- Last Updated on 07:59 AM 05/10/10
- BY Katherine Lee Francis/Gazette Intern
The historic Noland Village was alive and well this past Saturday with an estimated 1,500 people attending the annual Country Fair Day.
Approximately 20 vendors set up on the grounds with each vendor selling a variety of items ranging from baked goods to antiques to hand-made crafts and jewelry.
Also a group made and sold homemade ice cream.
Brunswick stew, hot dogs, drinks and homemade deserts also were sold throughout the day.
Many antique tractors, trucks and cars were on display throughout the daylong event.
A tractor parade was conducted on Morton’s Ferry Road, and the Slick Rock Pickers and The Liberty Band played throughout the day’s festivities.
Many of the historic homes and buildings were open to the public.