The Nashville United Methodist Church’s 44th annual FallFare was the spot for food, music and lots of shopping in downtown Nashville Saturday, Oct. 1.

Visitors browsed booths with jewelry, baked goods, holiday decorations, antiques, flowers and produce.

Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts were out and about selling marbles and cookies. Boy Scouts also ran the Village Cafe, serving both breakfast and lunch.

Every dollar raised at the FallFare will go toward charitable organizations in and around Brown County.

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Suzannah Couch grew up in Brown County, reading the Brown County Democrat. A 2013 Franklin College graduate, she covers business, cops/courts, education and arts/entertainment.