Race to Fairbury-7/24-7/25

Hey Readers, you know this “super week-end” we’ve been talking about – the one with all kinds of literary conveyances in a special 3 day sale (books and such), two days worth of stock car racing, wall to wall garage sales, and specialty shop enhancements? Well, it’s coming at us at full speed – Thursday, July 23rd through Saturday, July 25th, and, we now have Fairbury’s Specialty Shop event details as they follow their week-end theme of “Race to Fairbury”. Here are some of the highlights, specials, and notables that this renown group of business wizards have got on the docket for a week-end that just keeps on unfolding:


Dave’s Supermarket – it’s summertime, it’s hot and here are some bargains to cool off with – 7 lb bag of ice for $1, Centrella’s case of bottled water $2 and these bargains actually start on Wednesday, July 22nd. 120 South 3rd Street


Fairbury Furniture – now in their new location at the Walton Centre on Fairbury’s main street, they have a huge inventory of all kinds of furniture for anyone and everyone – check them out and see how you can sit, recline, or lay down in comfort and style. 100 West Locust Street


Nature’s Design – browse through their extensive collections of floral arrangements, home decor, candles, gift items and more – nifty ideas for special interests and flower arrangements for special people. 516 South Seventh Street


Country Cupboard – all kinds of food stuffs, kitchen enhancements, and a delicious meat shoppe – got some great summer time drink mixes to cool the family down with. 24479 E 800 North Road


Heart’s Desire Antiques & Accents – they’ve got what the name implies and they’re having a big “Tent Sale” both inside and out – certainly worth a look! 805 East Oak Street


Kilgus Farmstead and Country Store – a great variety of locally-produced farm products in their Country Store and, you can get an ice cream cone for just a $1. 21471 E 670 North Road


Lost in Time/Lost Arts – this combination of restaurant, bakery, and craft supplies has a great availability of food, baked goods, homemade delectables, and everything you can think of for the crafting arts. 200 East Locust Street


Meyer’s Gifts & Services – lots of special interest items, for you or someone on your list, and, this week-end has a special of 25% off of any one item – well worth a look. 122 West Locust Street


Once ‘n Again/Frugality – a great assortment of gently used clothing, furniture, accessories, etc. and now is a great time because they’re having a summer clearance sale with 40 to 50% off of prices that were already a bargain. 118 West Locust Street


Serendipity – a huge collection of all kinds of gifts, furniture and home decor as well as a vast selection of greeting cards – they’ve got 25% off of chalk-painted furniture. 116 East Locust Street


The Spotted Owl – two floors of ideas from gifts to antiques to essentials – they’ve got 20% off of all regular priced clothing and shoes. 301 West Oak Street


While you’re maneuvering through all of these places grab yourself something to eat at any one of these fine family eateries:
Benchwarmers Pub – 103 West Locust Street
China Kitchen – 108 West Locust Street
Dairy Queen – 411 West Oak Street
Dave’s Deli – inside Dave’s Supermarket at 120 South Third Street
Lost in Time – 200 East Locust Street
McDonald’s Family Restaurant – 512 East Oak Street


So Friends and Neighbors, bring your shopping lists, your gift lists, your appetites, and your sense of adventure and enjoy a great week-end of events full of excitement, specials, and all kinds of things to do, come see how it works for you!2015-07-Bag Stuffer-color-large

2 Comments:

  1. My parents moved back to Fairborn in 1946 from Peoria, IL We went to the races on a regular basis from the time they started having the USAC midget races. I grew up and became a confirmed dirt trak racing fan and have remained a confirmed fan of FALS racing. My husband and I have been at FALS every Sat night this summer that it hasn’t rained.

    • Thank you for writing! We love to hear that people come to Fairbury and appreciate your interest in our town!

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