Fall Festival

39th Annual Fall Festival

The Nashville Chamber of Commerce will be hosting our 39th Fall Festival, around the Washington County Courthouse. There will be craft/vendor booths, food booths, kids area. princess/superhero parade, kids pet parade and much more.
Come hear Cary Miller Band Friday, September 27, 8 pm – midnight and Hot Rod Johnny Band Saturday, Sept 28, 7 pm – 11 pm
In conjuction with the Fall Festival: The Angel for Autism Run, Nashville Public Library Book Sale.

Sep-27-19 1:54 pm - Sep-28-19 1:54 pm

Related upcoming events

  • Sep-22-19 11:00 am - Sep-22-19 3:00 pm

    St. Teresa in Marydale is having a chicken dinner on Sunday, September 22 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Carry-outs available. Adults are $11 and children are $5. Homemade dressing and desserts will be available.

    Located six miles north of Carlyle on Route 127.

  • Oct-06-19 All day

    Join us for our annual Fall Festival on Sunday, October 6 at DuBois Center!

    This free event will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will have something for everyone. Area crafters and artisans will sell their unique goods, and delicious food will be available for purchase. Throughout the day, you can enjoy live music, pontoon boat tours, pony & hay rides, Kidz Korner crafts and much more. We will also host a Quilt Raffle and an Upscale Resale Shop!

    The proceeds from the raffle and resale shop, as well as the various activities, will benefit DuBois Center and our programs.

    We hope you'll come out and enjoy this fun fall event! Find more information at https://duboiscenter.org/news-events/dubois-center-fall-festival/

  • Oct-07-19 8:00 am - Oct-12-19 11:00 pm

    Nashville Community High School will celebrate its homecoming October 7th - 12th.  NCHS Student Council members have been busy since the beginning of school planning for this event.  This year’s theme is “Welcome to the Jungle.”  On Friday, October 11, 2019, the homecoming parade will take place through downtown Nashville at 1:00 p.m.  Local businesses and community members are encouraged to participate in the parade.  If you are interested, please contact Christina Robinson at the high school by calling 327-8286 ext. 317 by Friday, October 4, 2019.  Another highlight to the homecoming festivities is the football game. Please join us in supporting the NCHS Hornets as they take on the Pinckneyville Panthers.  The homecoming queen coronation ceremony will also take place Friday night during half-time.

  • Oct-19-19 - Oct-20-19 All day

    See what life was like back in the 1700s and early 1800s at Fort Massac State Park’s Annual Fort Massac Encampment, which will be held at the historic site Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 19 and 20, 2019.

    The 2019 Encampment will feature the thunderous boom of cannons and a tempting assortment of foods and activities from which to choose.  It is more than an old-timey crafts fair, as it pays tribute to Illinois’ rich frontier history.  Historical re-enactors and skilled craftspeople representing French, British and Americans gather at the Encampment to demonstrate the skills and lifestyles of early residents in this area.

    Visitors to the two-day event view military camps and buck skinner lodges, craft stalls and trade blankets, and booths with period food and drinks.  Battle re-enactments will again be held in the valley area, which Fort Massac Site Superintendent Chris McGinness says gives spectators the best view of the battle.  The crowds will be able to watch the authentically-garbed troops face off in the Battle of Drouillard Creek.


  • Oct-19-19 10:00 am - Oct-19-19 4:00 pm

    Mascoutah Chili And Soup Cook Off will be held in downtown Main Street in Mascoutah from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Prizes for the top 3, including $1,000 or first place. $500 for firs place soup. There is a 5K Run and Kid's Dash at 8:30 a.m.; craft vendors; and a car show.


    Mascoutah Chili Cook Off 2019 2x4