A great big show and sale of antiques, vintage, upcycled crafts, art, furniture, home decor, handcrafted clothing and jewelry and so much more. Meet the editors of Country Living Magazine and their guests, attend seminars and how-to's, see artisan demonstrations, hear music, and gather ideas and inspiration.
Presented by Country Living Magazine, the event offers visitors the opportunity to fully experience the “Country Living” lifestyle and meet the editors of Country Living just outside of Nashville, TN. In big barns, tents and outdoors the Tennessee Country Living Fair will be held rain or shine at the Wilson County Expo & Ag Center (AKA The Wilson County Fairgrounds) right at Exit 239 off of I-40. The Fair is open 10 to 5 each day.
The best shopping ever —more than 200 booths of antiques, vintage, upcycled and hand-crafted goods. Featured vendors include Findings@SummerHouse Jewelry, Mary Gregory Studios, Gathered Comforts, JBS Mercantile, Rough and Tumble Vintage, Scarlett Scales Antiques, South Porch Antiques and Southern Fried Design Barn.
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Meet Country Living magazine Editor-In-Chief Rachel Hardage Barrett; Country Livings’s Kitchen Stage & Main Stage feature the editors and their guests presenting all weekend; plus book signings, live music, and crafting and how-to demonstrations throughout the fair.
Featured guests for 2017 include design bloggers Jamin and Ashley Mills of The Handmade Home; Nora Murphy of Connecticut Country House and Denise Sabia of The Painted Home. DIY Network designer Joanne Palmisano; HGTV.com expert Melissa Caughey of Tilly’s Nest and Cari Cucksey of HGTV’s Cash and Cari will be presenting on the main stage. Other special guests include Chef Brandon Frohne of Holler & Dash Biscuit House; Chef Charles Hunter III of The Salted Table; Floral Designer Melissa Broadwell and Interior Designer Chad James.
New for all the 2017 Country Living Fairs are Make-and-Take Workshops, sponsored by Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores. Click here to see all of the Workshop options. The Fair is teaming up with inspirational makers with Jo-Ann to create a curated selection of workshops at each Fair this year. Attendees can pre-register and choose from a wide breadth of Make-and-Take workshops for a nominal fee, and take home a treasure they’ve only dreamed of making! The workshops will help to spur creativity and teach attendees how they can turn inspiration to reality.
Fiddlers Grove Historical Village is located on the grounds of the James E. Ward Agricultural Center and is included in your admission to the Fair. Fiddlers Grove General Store will be open with refreshments and there will be quite a few working craftspeople throughout the village.
Motorized Scooter rentals on site or in advance, $50 per day. In advance call or email Jim Bumbalough of Bradley Health Services 615-383-9516 ext. 170 or email@example.com