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| ||Saturday, August 2, 2014, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
Registration is now open for the Brownsville Antique Faire! For the most up-to-date information about the Antique Faire, visit http://brownsvilleantiquefair.com.
The Brownsville Antique Faire draws antique dealers, collectors and browsers from the entire Willamette Valley. Over fifty vendors sell their antiques and collectibles at the event in Brownsville's Pioneer Park. The Classic Car Show and the Chicken Swap will return this year as well! Food will be available for purchase in the Pavilion during the event, while music fills the park. Call Joe at 541-223-3397, Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. or email email@example.com with questions. Vendors, send your payment to P.O. Box 161, Brownsville OR, 97327.
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| ||February-August 2014|
Willamette Country Music Fest Ticket Raffle
Want to win two tickets to the Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival? For just $5 you can purchase a raffle ticket for your chance to win two General Admission three-day passes to this summer's country music fest, Aug. 15-17! The raffle is a benefit for the Brownsville American Legion Post. Tickets are for sale at the American Legion Hall, 339 N. Main St., Brownsville. The prize drawing will be held August 2. For more information, call Norman at 541-401-0675 or 541-466-5000.
| ||Saturday, April 19, 2014|
Easter Egg Hunt
Children are encouraged to bring their own baskets to find multi-colored eggs in Pioneer Park. Egg-hunters are divided into age groups: 0-3; 4-6; 7-9; and 10-12. Prizes are awarded for first, second and third places. The event is sponsored by the Central Linn Recreation Association.
| ||Saturday April 19, 2-4pm|
Hop & Shop
Hop into Brownsville on Easter Saturday with the kids!
Stop by the “Hop & Shop” from 2:00-4:00 on April 19, the Saturday before Easter, in Brownsville’s downtown. Participating businesses will offer free candy, Easter eggs, and goodies to fill those baskets. Last year, local children were delighted with their goodies while their grown-ups enjoyed visiting merchants in Brownsville’s historic downtown. Sponsored by the Brownsville Chamber of Commerce, you will be able to easily identify participating businesses in this year’s “Hop & Shop” by spotting the colorful signs in the windows. Don’t miss the fun, hop into downtown. For more information on “Hop & Shop” and other Chamber events, go to: www.historicbrownsville.com.
| ||Saturday, May 3 & Sunday, May 4, 2014|
Carriage Me Back to 1900
A somewhat historic, always enjoyable, community drama of life in a particular year in the history of Brownsville. Dressed in period costumes, local actors and actresses take on the personalities of well-known historical characters. Visitors ride in a horse-drawn carriage from the Linn County Historical Museum to the 1881 Moyer House enjoying reenactments at stops along the way. Call the Linn County Historical Museum at (541) 466-3390 for tickets or more information.
| ||Friday, June 20-Sunday, June 23|
Pioneer Picnic 2014
Linn County Pioneer Picnic is Oregon's oldest continuing celebration. The first Picnic consisted of a reunion of Oregon Trail pioneers in 1887. With the passing of time and the passing of the original pioneers, the Picnic has transformed to include other entertainment and activities. Today’s picnic focuses on family fun with games, food booths, a logger jamboree, equestrian events, talent shows and more! The theme for 2014 is "Honor our Past."
| ||Saturday, July 19, 2014, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.|
Citywide Garage Sale
Every July, Brownsville residents haul down the clutter from their attics, drag out treasures from their garages and organize accumulations from their barns in anticipation for the Brownsville Citywide Garage Sale. It's an entire town's worth of treasure!
To reserve your space on the Citywide Garage Sale map, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The proceeds from the $10 you pay to be put on the map benefit Brownsville activities and the community.
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