Eagleville Fall Festival Coming Up

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The City of Eagleville will host a day long, downtown street festival on September 24, 2016. Marking the first weekend of Fall, plans for the event include two stages featuring musicians performing throughout the day, a children's area with fun jumps and games, a petting zoo, and of course a variety of vendors.

"To date, about seventy-five vendor booth spaces have been reserved and more are coming in every day," according to City Manager, Andrew Ellard. "Last year's Fall Festival was a first for Eagleville in several years, and saw a great crowd and lots of community support. With even more musicians this year, we anticipate another great turnout on the 24th."

Event organizers have set the day's schedule for entertainment. The stage sponsored by Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC) will be located at the intersection of Main Street (Hwy 41 A) and Old Highway 99. The stage sponsored by Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital (STRH) will be located just off of North Main Street, in a grassy area beside Maple Street Grill.

Bring a lawn chair or blanket to relax and enjoy the sounds, or listen while perusing arts & crafts, homemade goods, farmer's market and a variety of other vendor booths. The Fall Festival will include something for the entire family to enjoy.

The Fall Festival is being made possible through generous contributions from corporate sponsors. The City would like to thank Stage Sponsors, Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital and Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation; and Partner Sponsors, Wastequip, Farm Sales & Service, Bush Hog, Arrington Vineyards, Eagleville Eye Clinic, Maple Street Grill of Eagleville, Crosslin Building Supply, and Thompson Services.

Additional information, including photographs and biographies of entertainers is available by contacting the City of Eagleville. Vendor registration and other festival information is available at www.EaglevilleTN.com or (615) 274-2922.


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