Last updated on October 26, 2018
By: Shelby Leighton
With the weather finally chilling, and pumpkins everywhere you go – fall is slowly coming to end just as quickly as it began.
That doesn’t mean there’s still not plenty to do to stay in the spirits of fall. So, make the most of autumn with these free activities around Sumner County.
Fall Extravaganza – Hosted at Hendersonville First United Methodist Church Oct. 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The extravaganza will offer a wide variety of handcrafted gift items by over 80 craft artists. There will also be a large Bake Sale, Freezer Pleezers, Caramel Apples, plus a silent auction. This is a fundraiser that benefits missions of the United Methodist Women of HFUMC.
GracePoint Church & FBC Winchester Community Fall Festival – Hosted at the Sumner County Fairgrounds Oct. 27, from 4- 6 p.m. This festival will have bounce houses, carnival games, face painting, food, trunk or treating, and more.
Saturday Night Cruise-In and Trunk or Treat – Hosted at the Gallatin City Hall Oct. 27, from 4-8 p.m. Come to see the antique and classic cars of Gallatin while having a fun at the trunk or treat for the kids. A night filled with oldies music, door prizes and a ride of the week trophy.
Halloween In the Park – Hosted at Moss-Wright Park in Goodlettsville Oct. 27, from 1-3 p.m. Come to enjoy crafts, a pumpkin patch, games, photo booths, a DJ, dancing, and treats from local businesses and organizations.
Trunk or Treat at Newton Nissan – Hosted at Newton Nissan, Oct. 28, from 3-5 p.m. Come to join the community for fun, games, food, and of course, candy. This year Newton Nissan is adding a fun photo booth for family pictures to be taken, a nice way to remember such an event.
Harvest Festival – Hosted at Celebration of Life Church in Hendersonville Oct. 28, from 1-7 p.m. This festival includes food trucks, hayrides, face painting, live music, bounce houses, tonnes of games, and so much more. The church will also be hosting a food drive and taking donations where all proceeds will be given to Sumner County families in need during the upcoming holiday season.