Picture Pittsfield hosting more than 40 vendors on Courthouse Lawn for Fall Pickin’ Days
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By DAVID CAMPHOUSE
Pike County residents and visitors are invited to join the community for Fall Pickin’ Days Oct. 16-17, 2021.
Picture Pittsfield will host more than 40 vendors on the Pike County Courthouse Lawn in Pittsfield. Fall Pickin’ Days on the Square will be held on the Courthouse Lawn from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 17.
“Right now we have 48 vendors lined up,” Picture Pittsfield President Patrick Lamb said on Tuesday.
According to Lamb, the event is shaping up to be Picture Pittsfield’s largest Fall Pickin’ Days to date.
“We have the most vendors that we’ve ever had,” Lamb said. “2019 and 2020 have been down. It’s nice to get back to normal.”
Lamb said, attendees at Fall Pickin’ Days in Pittsfield can expect a wide range of vendors to be present on the courthouse lawn.
“We’ve had a lot of interest from food and craft vendors,” Lamb said.
Lamb added that Picture Pittsfield’s aim in hosting Fall Pickin’ Days on the square is to support businesses – both transient vendors and brick and mortar shops in Pittsfield.
“The goal is to promote businesses, whether big or small,” Lamb said.
There will be live music on Saturday:
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. – The Kingeries
3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – Ron Gordley
■ Knives, jewelry, legos and grab bags.
■ Bill Beard – cartoon portraits.
■ Bows, clothing and earrings.
■ Main Street Wreaths – décor.
■ Home and fall décor.
■ Mississippi Valley Church Camp – Dippin Dots, soft pretzels, and camp apparel.
■ Herschel Carriger – wood bowls and jugs, wood crafts.
■ Shirts and crafts.
■ Door hangers, welcome signs, corn hole boards, egg holders, coasters, and other indoor/outdoor craft items.
■ Mad Dog Concessions – Food trailer.
■ Antiques and repurposed old doors and windows.
■ Wendy Cox – Pampered Chef.
■ Q-science – Health and hemp products, nutraceuticals products.
■ Kelly Johnson – face painting.
■ Repurposed furniture, crafts and candles.
■ Lori Beard – custom crocheted items.
■ Sweatshirts, tshirts and miscellaneous flea market items.
■ Usborne Books.
■ Home décor, clothing, tumblers and purses.
■ B&C Concessions – Ribeye sandwiches, porkchops, pulled pork, 8 flavors of pork rinds, sweet tea, lemon shakeups.
■ Handmade macramé items, polymer clay, and vintage goods.
■ Sweets ’n Treats – Homemade baked goods.
■ Margaret Huff – Country, southwestern and seasonal ceramics.
■ Collectables, DVDs, antiques, cookbooks, pottery and miscellaneous flea market items.
■ Sharon Rennecker – Concessions with gyros and blooming onions.
■ Snap jewelry, handmade spoon necklaces, Myra bags.
■ Pittsfield Lions Club – Fish sandwiches.
■ Handmade Christmas items, wreaths, florals, rustic wood centerpieces.
■ Brothers Corndogs – Corndogs, nacho/cheese, Pepsi, Lemonade, Shakeups.
■ Handmade wire woven tree of life.
■ Antiques, collectables, glassware, pottery, porcelain, toys, books, small furniture and more.
■ Duffle bags and jewelry.
■ Boho Barn – reusable shopping bags.
■ Sunglasses, jewelry, headbands and scarves.
■ Pioneer Karmel Korn – Kettle corn, pork skins.
Other Pike County community organizers have encouraged residents to hold garage sales during the Fall Pickin’ Days weekend, some other towns also have vendors setting up, and local shops and restaurants are promoting sales and special events at their locations.
Picture Pittsfield is a group of volunteer citizens, organized to improve the quality of life for the residents and guests of the city of Pittsfield, Illinois, through its parks, festivals, attractions, retail businesses, dining experiences, and more.
For more about Picture Pittsfield, visit Facebook, Instagram, or PicturePittsfield.com.