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Fall Creek Falls Area Events, Activities, & Festivals
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December 3-5, 2010
Christmas on the Mountain Festival
931.946.7033 • www.VanBurenChamber.com

Recurring 2011 Events

2nd & 4th Saturday of each Month
Rocky River Bluegrass Festival
Community Center • 931.946.7033

3rd Saturday of Each Month April – Oct
The Cruise-In
Sparta, TN • www.sparta-chamber.net
Junior Jones - 931.212.7658

Downtown Cruise-In
Monterey, TN • www.montereytn.com

Spring, Summer, & Fall
Olivia Rose “Artist on the Mountain”
Spencer, TN • 931.946.7033

Spring, Summer, & Fall
Thunder on the Mountain Car Cruise
Spencer, TN • 931.946.7033

Each Friday June 10th – July 29th
Main Street Live
McMinnville, TN • 931.506.5335

3rd Friday each Month, May – Sept
Bluegrass at the Sparta Amphitheater
Sparta, TN • 931.738.8604

May - Sept
Farmers Market
Sparta, TN • www.sparta-chamber.net
Scott Swoape - 931.836.3348

Amazin Acres of Fun
Sparta, TN • www.sparta-chamber.net
Jimmy McCulley - 931.761.2971

Log Cabin Days is a favorite festival in Pikeville held the 4th weekend in May. It showcases the labor of love that Don McBay and family have put into moving old log cabin treasures from the region to prevent them from further demise. The event will showcase 40-50 vendors, arts, crafts, quilting, demonstrations, food, and fun. Sponsored by the Artist Hands of the Sequatchie Territory (A.H.O.S.T.) with 3-4,000 visitors expected. For more info contact Don McBay at (423) 447-6722 (www.LogCabinDays.com) or the Pikeville Bledsoe Chamber of Commerce at (423) 447-2791.

Annual Mountaineer Folk Festival
423.881.5708 • www.FallCreekFalls.org
Mountaineer Folk Festival
is an authentic annual mountain
festival which takes place the first weekend in September at Fall Creek Falls State Park. This is an amazing folk festival with over 100 handmade arts and craft booths, including pioneer demonstrations, craft demonstrations, an assortment of foods, breads and baked goods, and live mountain music in three areas of the park. Music includes country, bluegrass, folk, and some picking and playing under the shade trees by musicians from the region and all over the Southeast.

Annual Cumberland Homesteads Apple Festival
931.484.7320 • 931.510.8722 • www.cumberlandhomesteads.org

Cumberland Caverns Bluegrass Celebration
931.668.4396 • www.BluegrassUnderground.com

Any time of year is a great time to take a deeper look into the heritage of the area.  The Alliance for the Cumberlands has just launched a new Heritage Tour Video about various historical venues in the Upper Cumberland region (which includes much of the Fall Creek Falls, Center Hill Lake, Dale Hollow Lake, & Big South Fork regions).  Check it out and learn more about areas that you would like to visit while you are here.

Sergeant York State Historic Park
For more information visit: www.SgtYork.org

Upper Cumberland Arts Alliance
931-265-0338 • www.uppercumberlandartsalliance.com

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