The Hillsboro United Methodist Church will be hosting its 21st annual fall festival to commemorate the coming of autumn in Tennessee, according to The Tennessean.
Local residents will come to the church to enjoy a kickoff barbeque and music while participating in several events that include an auction and an art show. An artists reception and a roll call of the featured items that are up for auction will follow the cookout, reported the news source.
The auction will feature a variety of homemade goods and tailored items from local residents, along with an antique John Deere No. 4 sickle mower that has been maintained by several members of the community, The Tennessean reported.
Proceeds from the auction will go to helping local children's programs and supporting several community projects, reported the news source.
The Hillsboro United Methodist Church has been a staple of the Leipers Fork Community and holds a variety of events throughout the year to raise money for local charities and causes, according to the organization's website.