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August 2014

4th Annual Barlow/Sutton Car, Truck, & Bike (Motorcycle) Show and Memorial Ride

August 1 - 2

Festivities start at 5pm on Friday, August 1st on Main Street in Downtown Mountain City, Tennessee with Car, Truck, & Bike Show and Live Music till the party ends. “Memorial Ride” begins at sunrise on Saturday, August 2nd- for additional information contact Dan at (423)291-1082.

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“Old Butler Days” – celebrating the “Town that wouldn’t Drown”!

August 8 - 9
Old Butler Days,
Selma Curtis Rd Cherokee National Forest, Butler, TN 37640 United States
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Festival takes place at Butler Park, Selma Curtis Road [right off of Hwy.67 West] Butler, Tennessee, and begin at 12 noon on Friday, August 8th till 10pm. Hours for Saturday, August 9th are 10am-10pm. Join us for fun, festivities, live music, and an abundance of vendors! For additional information contact Mary at (423)768-1818 or visit www.johnsoncountytn.org {under “News & Events”}

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89th Annual “Fiddler’s Convention”

August 22 - 23
Fiddler's Convention,
Old Mill Music Park, Hwy. 91, Laurel Bloomery, TN 37683 United States
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89th Annual “Fiddler’s Convention” at ‘Old Mill Music Park’, Hwy.91, Laurel Bloomery, Tennessee. Festivities begin Friday, August 22nd and last through Saturday, August 23rd. Join us with your RV’s (electrical only- public restrooms) or with tent-camping for a weekend of pure MUSIC- cash prizes awarded! Meet and jam with old friends and make music with new friends as you join Fiddler’s from around the world when they descend on Beautiful Laurel Bloomery, TN for the 89th annual Fiddler’s Convention- The…

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10th Annual “Watauga Lake Triathlon”

August 23
Watuaga Lake Triathlon,
838 Sugar Grove Baptist Church Road, Butler, TN 37640 United States
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This fun and fast growing 1,000 meter swim (in beautiful Watauga Lake); 35 kilometer bike; and 8 kilometer run (Cherokee National Forest in the Appalachian Mountains) triathlon is open to the public, with registration beginning at 6:30am, or in advance at http://wataugalaketriathlon.com. Triathlon begins at 8am at 838 Sugar Grove Church Road, Butler, TN 37640. Visit http://wataugalaketriathlon.com for additional details and course maps.

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September 2014

26th Annual “Mountain Heritage Professional Rodeo”

September 5 - 6
Chamber Park,
Chamber Park, Mountain City, 37683 United States
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26th Annual “Mountain Heritage Professional Rodeo”- at “Chamber Park”, Hwy.67 West (3 miles west of Mountain City limits), Mountain City, TN -a Johnson County Chamber of Commerce Sponsored Event. Friday, September 5th- gates open at 6pm, Rodeo starts at 8pm. Saturday, September 6th- gates open at 5pm, rodeo starts at 8pm. Free Parking. Whether you’re a real or a wannabe cowboy or cowgirl, come join us for this fun and family friendly annual ‘professional rodeo’. For additional information call (423)727-5800…

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“Surviving the Snake” 50 & 100 Kilometer Bicycle Ride

September 13 @ 6:30 am - 5:00 pm
Ralph Stout Park,
N Shady St, Mountain City, TN 37683 United States
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“The Snake” is a popular twisting, turning, switchback laden mountain range in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains with breathtaking and stunning views. Ride begins and ends at Ralph Stout Park, 465 N. South Shady Street (Hwy.421 N.) in Beautiful Mountain City, Tennessee. Registration begins at 6:30am, or you can pre-register; map out your route; and gather additional information at http://www.mshafoundation.org/events/surviving_the_snake_bicycle_ride.aspx#.UsyBwyyA1hg or by calling Karen at (423)302-3122. Surviving the Snake is a Johnson County Community Hospital fundraising event.

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October 2014

“Scarecrows on Main” Begins

October 1
Main St,
Main Street, Mountain City, TN 37683 United States
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Throughout the entire month of October, visitors come from miles away to stroll and view the over 40 creative, whacky, scary, zany, and imaginative scarecrow exhibits that line Main and Church Streets in the heart of lovely downtown Mountain City, Tennessee. Area businesses and organizations get creative and work hard as they vie for ‘top honors’ in this annual and extremely competitive outdoor exhibit- consequently creating an exciting and mammoth visual feast for all to enjoy. Mountain City is a…

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2014 Shady Valley Cranberry Festival

October 10 - 11
Shady Valley,
423 Highway 133, Shady Valley, TN 37688 United States
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This fast-growing and beloved annual festival takes place in the heart of Shady Valley, Tennessee- a stunningly beautiful valley set in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains and the Cherokee National Forest- also referred to as ‘God’s Country’! Friday’s festivities take place at ‘Shady Valley Elementary School’ (a WPA rock school) located at 423 Hwy.133, Shady Valley, TN 37688, and begin with the annual ‘Bean Supper’ at 5pm, with Live Auction starting at 7pm till finished. Saturday’s festivities begin with…

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“Scarecrows on Main” Ends

October 31
Main St,
Main Street, Mountain City, TN 37683 United States
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Throughout the entire month of October, visitors come from miles away to stroll and view the over 40 creative, whacky, scary, zany, and imaginative scarecrow exhibits that line Main and Church Streets in the heart of lovely downtown Mountain City, Tennessee. Area businesses and organizations get creative and work hard as they vie for ‘top honors’ in this annual and extremely competitive outdoor exhibit- consequently creating an exciting and mammoth visual feast for all to enjoy. Mountain City is a…

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December 2014

Annual Chamber of Commerce Sponsored “Christmas Parade”

December 6 @ 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Main Street,
Main Street, Mountain City, TN 37683 United States
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Our annual Christmas Parade starts at 5:30pm, and rolls down Main and Church Streets in the heart of downtown Mountain City, Tennessee. This family favorite event has the ability to put even a Scrooge in the Christmas Spirit, as lighted floats bedecked with little singing Angels and Elf’s; Manager scenes; Wise Men; Christmas Tree’s; and everything Christmas, act as a catalyst to begin the wondrous Christmas Season. From Authentic Horse-driven Sleighs, to bedecked trucks and ATV’s, and of course ending…

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