The fundraiser for the Comer Barn is Saturday, Oct. 16. SUBMITTED

The Barn Raising Music & Fall Festival offers something for everyone this Saturday, from 2 – 9 p.m. at the historic Comer Barn.

This the first major fundraiser for the Preservation Foundation of Sumner County. Saving the iconic Comer Barn was the foundation’s inspiration and their mission is to preserve the identity of Sumner County by celebrating the stories that form our past and preserve important historic, architectural, cultural and scenic resources.

A great music line-up sets the stage for a day packed with entertainment for all ages. Musicians include John Berry, Chris Golden, Lucas Collier, Chloe Duval, Cory Farley, Hawkshaw Hawkins Jr, Melissa Luman-Phillips, Clay Canfield, Nathan Thomas, MergingBlue and at least one surprise guest appearance.

Oak Grove Farms & Market anchors the Fall Festival with mums, pumpkins and more to shop. The market area includes TN Honey Boutique, Reclaimed Kreations, M43 Vintage, Anamchara Farmstead, Nature Works and more.

Face painting and a caricature artist, along with a balloon artist and character appearances are all scheduled. The fun zone also includes story time with author Randi Bruce, beekeeping demos and a petting zoo area.

Food Truck Park with Andre’s BBQ, Delaney’s Street Eats, Bag Lady’s Chip & Fry, Persian Flame, Mini Donut Daze, Retro Sno, Half Batch and Briarscratch Beer. A live remote starts at 2 p.m. with giveaways.

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