Uncle Dave Macon Days' Board President Gloria Christy told the Murfreesboro Rotary Club that this year's record attendance will enable the annual event to begin developing ways to share our community's history through music. She said 9,782 paid supporters attended the Friday and Saturday activities.
Christy noted . . .
She indicated there is a desire to expand the musical venue and have a second stage in another part of Cannonsburgh Pioneer Village. The group is working on that idea along with ways to help develop a permanent local history museum that will promote how music is a vital part of this community's past, present and future.
The Murfreesboro Rotary Club is the largest single volunteer group involved in the popular annual event that attracts tourists to Murfreesboro from around the world.