It is gearing up to be an eventful weekend across Indian Valley. With events ranging from a craft fair to a car show, from live music to community dinners, there is something to catch the interest for everyone in the family.
Crescent Country is kicking off the festivities with their classic car show Saturday, Oct. 14 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. This event is open to the public and free of charge. Come on down to Highway 89, where everyone’s ride is welcome.
After enjoying the classic car show, make your way to the Fall Festival in Taylorsville where the Methodist Church is holding its annual fundraiser at the Rock Room in the Indian Valley Museum. Members of the congregation will be peddling homemade goods, such as jelly, jam, pie and cookies, and local vendors will be there with their own wares. Lunch will be available from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. At the Methodist church itself there is a quilt display and a special performance by the Bell Ringers at 11 a.m.
Saturday evening live music will be playing at the Historic Taylorsville Hall, with doors opening at 7 p.m. Two bands will be performing a variety of genres, including reggae, rock and roll, blues, and hip hop. It is a donation-based entry with all proceeds going to support the Hall. Chili and chili dogs will be available for purchase as well as a cash bar with beer and wine.
On Sunday, Oct 15, the Greenville Rotary Club will be hosting the season’s final community picnic at the park in Greenville. The action starts at 3 p.m.. From the Bottom and Unlikely -will be reprising their Saturday night show at the Historic Taylorsville Hall on Sunday at the park. Catch a double header!
Monday the community supper will be held in Taylorsville at the Historic Hall from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Community suppers are generally held every 3rd Monday of month. Following the supper is a Historic Hall meeting, with all community members encouraged to join.
For more information regarding upcoming Indian Valley events visit lostsierralightworks.org.