‘Imagine Goodlettsville’ Partners with City on 3rd Annual Arts & Antiques Festival

August 24, 2013 in Editorials

Imagine Goodlettsville is partnering with the Goodlettsville Area Chamber of Commerce, the City of Goodlettsville and numerous local vendors to present the 3rd Annual Arts & Antiques Festival. The event is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 14 on Main Street in the aptly named Arts & Antiques District. The event will be held from 10 to 5 and is free and open to the public.

As the festival’s name suggests, this event will showcase Goodlettsville’s finest arts and antiques and lots of other fun-filled activities throughout the day. Kicking off the festivities is the 2nd Annual Joe Vickers Fantastic Fall 5K Run. Returning is Artists on Main’s ‘100 for 100 Art Show & Sale’, appraisal shows held by Goodlettsville antique dealers, and the Goodlettsville Flavorfest, a food court highlighting samples from local restaurants and caterers, presented by the Goodlettsville Area Chamber of Commerce. Festival-goers will also enjoy live music, an array of shopping opportunities with booth vendors, an antique cars display, and trolley rides up and down Main Street to usher them to their event destination.

While planning is in full swing, the committee is currently seeking sponsors, volunteers and vendors. For more information on any of these opportunities, contact David Gillihan at 615-500-5272. The 3rd Annual Arts & Antiques Festival will benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and the Goodlettsville Help Center.

Imagine Goodlettsville, Inc. is a volunteer organization chartered to provide a public forum and support organization envisioning the future of Goodlettsville while proactively identifying and supporting businesses, non-profits and positive community events. We strive to help others “Rediscover What Makes Goodlettsville Great” by encouraging the revitalization of an architecturally attractive Downtown district. For more information on Imagine Goodlettsville, visit www.imaginegoodlettsville.org orfacebook.com/ImagineGoodlettsville.