Host of Christmas Past
The Host of Christmas Past begins on the second weekend in November, in downtown Fayetteville, becoming the setting for a magical holiday experience. With an array of music, food, exhibits, shops, candlelight and Christmas spirit the entire community joins together to promote qualities of our town. To learn about tickets and venue information, visit https://www.hostofchristmaspast.com/ or visit our local Chamber of Commerce.
The Slawburger Festival is hosted by the Fayetteville Main Street and the Fayetteville/Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce every April annually. The event is inspired by the town's unique slawburger, a local favorite at several restaurants, and features contests, live music, and food vendors. To learn more about the festival, visit http://slawburgerfestival.com/
Downtown Fayetteville Cruzin'
The Downtown Fayetteville Cruzin is a local antique car show hosted by the City of Fayetteville. The car show features a "Best in Show" competition, live music, food and street vendors, and activities for all ages. You can learn more about how to register and event times here.
Lincoln County Fair
The Lincoln County Fair is hosted annually every September and is coordinated by the Lincoln County Fair Board. The fair features a lot of different entertainment, including concerts, carnival rides, and competitions like Quarter Horse and Harness Racing, Truck & Tractor Pull, Demolition Derby and Beauty Contests, Livestock, Agriculture and 4-H shows. To learn more about the fair, visit http://lincolncountyfairtn.com/
Kid Fish Day
The Parks & Recreation Department hosts the Annual Kid Fish Day, located at Stone Bridge Memorial Park. The event is open to public from 8AM to 12PM, and features prizes, contests, food vendors, and much more. All participants must be under 12 years old and be able to hold their own fishing rod. To learn more about Kid Fish Day, you can read more about it on our website here or visit our Recreation Department.
The annual Lincoln County Toy Drive provides new toys to hundreds of families in December of those without. The Toy Drive is coordinated with the Rotary Club, the Fayetteville Fire Department, and the Elk Valley Times, along with dozens of sponsors and donations. You can learn how to participate or sponsor by contacting the Fayetteville Fire Department.