Attorney Marie Ferran with Aging Services for the Upper Cumberlands will be visiting us at 10 a.m. July 23.
If you are interested in receiving free legal assistance, please call Fair Park Senior Center to make an appointment.
You can reach us at 931-484-7416.
Art Class with Debbie Kersh
The Fairfield Glade Art Guild will be featuring Debbie Kersh at Fair Park Senior Center, making flower pendant art from wire on July 12.
Kersh and her husband, Steve, moved to Crossville area from Texas in 2017.
Kersh has been creating amazing jewelry for several years and is an award-winning acrylic and oil artist.
She is an active member of the Plateau Creative Arts Center and spends countless hours working to deepen and extend the Cumberland County Art Community.
Our members are always eager to sign up for our art classes with Fairfield Glade Art Guild held once a month.
If you are interested in attending call Fair Park Senior Center at 931-484-7416 to reserve your spot in our class held on July 12.
Five dollars will reserve your seat and provide your materials.
A special thank you to Fairfield Glade Art Guild’s outreach art program for seniors, which made it possible through a grant received from the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, associated with the William N. Rollins Fund.
Vendors Needed for Community Event
On Aug. 8-10, we will be holding our Community Wide Summer Bash at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds.
We have indoor and outdoor booth space available to vendors who would like to set up on those days.
All vendors are welcome: face painting, bounce house, food, snow cones, mobile boutiques, antiques and collectibles, fresh produce, rummage sale items, screen printing, games, jewelry, homemade crafts and more.
You can rent a booth and keep your profits. Booth rental is $25 per day or $50 for all three days.
Vendor registration deadline is July 31. Please call 931-484-7416 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
State Park Visiting Fair Park
Come join us this Friday at 9:30 a.m. for a morning of entertainment and education with Cumberland Mountain State Park rangers and their wildlife friends.
From the Tennessee State Parks website: “From its beginning in 1937, Tennessee State Parks were established to protect and preserve the unique natural, cultural and historic resources of Tennessee.
“The public interest has also been served by a variety of benefits for citizens and communities produced by our state park system, promoting stronger communities and healthier citizens across the state through diverse resource-based recreation while conserving the natural environment for today and tomorrow — preserving authentic Tennessee places and spaces for future generations to enjoy.
“As stewards of the resources in our parks, we seek to manage Tennessee’s state parks in order to preserve and protect valued resources and to provide a balance of services and benefits for the enjoyment of the people.”