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During the Valentine weekend, there will be three days of activities, learning opportunities and open houses. Fog Fest signs will be outside each participating business and a complete list of activities will be available at each business location. Many activities are free, others are specials or at a discount. This is not a complete list, so watch for Pink & Red Hearts to see who is participating across the Cumberland Plateau and beyond!
Some of the activities include: “throw your own pot” at Hallelujah Pottery (FREE); SAS Players’ will be presenting, “The Demon Barber of Fleet Street; Story time, Cookies & Punch at May Justice Memorial Library (FREE); Louvin Brother Country Music Museum and infamous Hamper McBee Moonshine Artifacts and Museum at the Smoke House (FREE); State Recreation Area will offer special hikes (FREE); Dutch Maid Bakery Tour at Dutch Maid Bakery, Tennessee’s oldest bakery.
Special musical performances at Jim Oliver’s Smoke House will feature music by Travis Bowlin and Laurel Taylor with no cover charge.
Special displays include: Arts & Crafts vendors can be found in area banks, Citizens Tri County Bank, Monteagle and Citizens State Bank, Monteagle; Antique Tea Serving Pieces & Place Settings, at Tea on the Mountain; Christ Church will have an open house as well as a special art exhibit of works by Lucy Webb Millsaps.
Special discounts and activities will be at the Monteagle Trading Post, and Mooney’s Market & Emporium.
Many restaurants are offering special dinners, wine tastings and food discounts including Ivy Wild, Monteagle Inn & Retreat Center, Tea on the Mountain, Dutch Maid Bakery, Dunkin Doughnuts, Crossroads Cafe and Harry and Ollie’s located in Pelham. Jim Oliver’s Smoke House will offer free samples of fudge, smoked BBQ rib, brisket and chicken samples.
For further information, please contact the Monteagle Mountain Chamber of Commerce at 931-924-5353, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for a schedule of events. The list of activities continues to grow, so watch for updates on www.monteaglechamber.com webpage and on their facebook page Monteagle-Mountain-Chamber-of-Commerce.