The Webster Fall Festival is a family-friendly community event, co-sponsored by the Webster United Church of Christ and the Webster Township Historical Society. This event takes place annually on the forth Saturday in September at Webster Corners. There is something for everybody: hay rides, music, crafters, a flea market/rummage sale, an auction, a pet zoo, a Children's carnival, food, displays of antique equipment, historical buildings, baked goods and preserves, demonstrations including wool spinning and blacksmithing, and last but not least, the Pig Roast!
Webster United Church of Christ
The Mission of the Webster United Church of Christ is to worship God and proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ: minister with compassion to those troubled of mind, body, and spirit; and be a spiritual home that welcomes all people.
We are an Open and Affirming congregation. Whoever you are, wherever you are on life's journey, you are welcome here.
Webster Township Historical Society
To bring together those interested in history,
especially the history of Webster Township.
To foster community appreciation for that
which has shaped the character of Webster.
To discover and preserve significant artifacts
and information illustrative of life in Webster.
Our primary focus is on rescue and preservation
or the authentic rather than facsimile creation.
We recognize that every generation bestows a
life style legacy upon succeeding generations.
Entrusted with all that comes under our care, we
will make no alternations other than that necessary
to preserve in the best possible condition.
This community event is made possible by many volunteers from the community, as well as members and friends of Webster United Church of Christ and Webster Township Historical Society. It is a great way to get to know your neighbors!
To volunteer, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Webster UCC office at (734)426-5115.
Rummage and items for the silent auction can be dropped off at the Rummage Sale Barn on Saturdays from 10am-noon or by appointment (email@example.com or call the Webster UCC office at (734)426-5115)
Help with sorting and pricing is also appreciated during these times and during the week before the festival.
Antiques and farm supplies are especially appreciated for the auction.
Donations are tax-deductable; Receipts are available.
Baked goods for The Taste of Webster can be dropped off at the Boy Scout cabin on Fri., Sept. 23 or before 9am on Sat., Sept. 24. They should be wrapped and labeled with the name of the item, and your name and phone number. No custard or cream pies please.