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Autumn Extravaganza
Thousands flood downtown for street fair
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If you were looking for a unique item at Saturday’s 19th annual Autumn Street Fair, Crystal Jahnig had just the thing.She was making bracelets from guitar strings used by the band Old Crow Medicine Show.“My husband is the bass player for the band,” said Crystal referring to her husband, Morgan Jahnig. “They are currently taking two months to record a new album and enjoying the extra attention they are getting from Darius Rucker doing a version of their song ‘Wagon Wheel’ that’s gone platinum.”Old Crow Medicine Show is no stranger to Warren County, having performed in Cumberland Caverns earlier this year for “Bluegrass Underground.”Jahnig was one of over 200 vendors set up along Main Street and Court Square as visitors enjoyed what shaped up to be a balmy autumn afternoon.Woodbury resident Kelly McGill made the trip to McMinnville to set up a booth at the Autumn Street Fair for the first time. She was selling mountain elves and other items she makes by hand.“We’ll travel up to an hour and a half away to do shows like this,” said McGill.