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Auctioneer Braun and Helmer Auction Service Inc................. Brian Braun & David Helmer 734 368 1733
Auction Date Sep 23 Auction
5484 Webster Church Road
Dexter, MI
Time 10:00AM
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AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 4293

*Honda Foreman ES 4 Wheeler (300orig mi)one owner

*3pt seeder

*May Mast side saddle

*!800's step cupboard

*Greenline Bicycle

*Collectable Toys, Old Coins, Clark Parts Washer, Numerous Gift certificates From Local Merchants,Evinrude Boat Motor, many more items not listed

Y'all come rain or shine to the 36th Annual Webster Fall Festival to be held Saturday, September 23, 2017.  For those who enjoy the heat of competition and have the eye of a collector a live auction will be held! You can experience the rush of out bidding your neighbor on those one-of-a-kind items. A 100% of the proceeds of the auction will benefit the Webster Church and the Webster Historical Society! We are still looking for quality donations for the auction. Some Ideas include: Antiques(toys, furniture, tools, jewelry etc.), gift certificates, gift baskets, farm and garden related items, sporting goods, sporting and event tickets, useful tools, and just about anything of value! Can you help? Do you have anything? Do you know someone that might? Do you frequent a business that might donate a gift certificate or other item? If you have Items, Ideas or Questions please call Brian Braun at 734-368-1736.,

I have been a member of the Webster Historical Society for many years and think the fall festival is a wonderful family event! Come out and spend the day!, Step back in time from today's hectic lifestyle to enjoy a variety of fun and interesting activities, displays, food and entertainment that celebrate the rich cultural heritage of Michigan's Webster Township. The fun is suitable for individuals and families of all ages and starts at 10 am and runs through 5 pm, with a pig roast dinner from 5 pm to 7 pm. General admission and parking are free. The Festival features a number of beautiful and interesting historic buildings and exhibits which help tell the story of the agricultural settlement of this area from the early days of the 19th century. Tour and admire historic Webster Church, originally built in 1834, and is listed as a Michigan Historic Site. A historical perspective of Antique Quilts will be featured in the church’s sanctuary. Go back to the “good-old-days” of school and experience the restored one-room Podunk School House, complete with schoolmarms and dunce cap. See how far our educational experience has come. Inside the historic Blacksmith Shop, a blacksmith will demonstrate traditional handmade metal working. Outside, try your hand at wool spinning and sample techniques used by early settlers to make fabrics and clothing. At the Boy Scout Cabin, “A Taste of Webster” will offer a large and unique variety of food items for sale, including an assortment of homemade cookies, cakes, pies, jellies, jams, honey, maple syrup, and beverages. The Crossroads Community Center will host an exhibition of local artisans. Artwork and craft items for sale include a variety of handmade items that are great for the holiday season and those unique decorations for your own home. Additionally, the original Webster Township Hall has been beautifully preserved and will hold additional craft items. For the children there will be numerous actives including a children’s craft tent, barrel train rides, a petting zoo. Hayrides through Scadin Woods for adults and children begin in front of the old Scadin Barn. An extensive display of antique tractors, farm machinery, and vintage automobiles will grace the grounds and provide another glimpse into our past. The Kleinschmidt General Store displays one of a kind, handmade models representing early 1900s country living. There will also be other unique items available to view and purchase at the General Store. Free Entertainment all day long will feature many local musicians performing in the new Dieterle Corncrib. A Traditional Luncheon (11am-2pm) will be held in the Church’s Fellowship Hall and features a variety of foods such as homemade soups, sloppy joes, and mouth-watering pies. Webster’s Famous Pig Roast (from 5pm-7pm) under the big top tent completes the day. The traditional homemade German dinner features Roast Pork, Potato Salad, Sauerkraut, Applesauce, Carrots, Roll, Dessert, and Beverage.

Tens of thousands have enjoyed this unique Michigan event over its quarter of a century existence. The Festival is held on the spacious grounds owned by the Webster Township Historical Society located at the intersection of Webster Church and Farrell Roads. Please join us for the fun this year on September 23, 2017

DIRECTIONS: From US-23, exit west on North Territorial Rd. (Exit 49), go West for approximately 3.5 miles to Webster Church Rd. (flashing yellow light), turn left (south) and go one mile to the Fall Festival. (5484 Webster Church Rd, Dexter MI, 48130) From I-94, exit Zeeb Rd. north (Exit 169). Follow Zeeb Rd. approximately 3 miles North (over and past the Huron River). Turn right (East) onto Joy Rd. and proceed one mile East. Turn left onto Webster Church Rd and proceed one mile north to the Webster Fall Festival. (5484 Webster Church Rd, Dexter MI, 48130) STAY TUNED for more information & pictures of auction items to come....

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