Town of Historic Granville, Tennessee

Town of
Historic Granville, Tennessee

Granville Museum
169 Clover Street • Granville, TN 38564

Fall Festival

Upcoming Events

Check back for details on the October 1, 2016 Fall Celebration!
The information below is for the PREVIOUS event


$5.00 Parking2015 Granville Fall Celebration Event Schedule

“From Pioneers to The Roarin' 20's"

Saturday, October 3, 2015


9 am - 5 pm Pioneer Village - “Days of Pioneer Living” featuring 19th Alabama-1860 Living History Re-enactors,
  Blacksmith Festival, Grist Mill, Basket Weaving, Loom Operating, Pioneer Cooking,
  Sorgham Making, Cider Mill, Soap Making, Pottery, Wood Carving, Broom Making
  Childrens Rides, Petting Zoo, Train
9:30 am Opening Ceremony – Pruett Stage - Grand Opening 2015 Scarecrow Festival Walk,
  Quilt Festival Recognition, Memorial - Mary Lynne Dycus
  Honoree - Judy Taylor
  Ralph Maddux Motorcycle Exhibit Dedication
9:30 am - 4 pm Granville Quilt Festival – Granville Methodist Church
9:30 am & 1:30 pm    “Stories of Yesteryear: Ole Time Blacksmithing”, Jeremy Curtis - Pioneer Village
10 am Dedication of Old Granville School Curtain - Granville Museum
  "Happy Strings" - Pruett Stage
  Sutton Homestead Opens "Family Life in the 1920's"
10:30 am Colonel Sidney Stanton Civil War Band & 
  Stories of Colonial Stanton by Martin Frost - Storytelling Stage
10:30 am "Community Kidz Choir" – Pruett Stage
11 am Civil War Ladies Tea - Pioneer Village - $5.00 each
10 am - 12 noon Lunch at Sutton General Store & Food Court - By store
11 am The Smith County Jazz Ensemble - Veterans Park
11:30 am Musicians of McFerrin Missionary Baptist Church, Eddie Cook - Pruett Stage
11:30 am Jackson County High School Jazz Band - Veterans Park
11:30 am "Wow, Is That My Teacher?" - Entertaining Stories of Teachers and Changes
  in Schools in the 1920's, Liz Bennett - Story Telling Stage
12:oo pm Honoring Carroll Gotcher - 20th Anniversary Jackson Co. High School Band Director
12:oo pm The Big Band Sound - Veterans Park
12:30 pm "Granville in the Roaring 20's" - T.B. Sutton portrayed by Randall Clemons - Storytelling Stage
1:30 pm AMC Band Sonic Fusion, Military Jazz Band - Veterans Park
1:30 pm "Mid State Gospel Quartet" - Pruett Stage
1:30 pm  "Ghost Stories of the Upper Cumberland", Dr. Op Walker - Storytelling Stage
2 pm "Royal City Gospel Quartet" - Pruett Stage
2:30 pm Stories of the Past - Myers Brown, ARchivist, TN State Library & Archives
2:30 pm "The Parsons Gospel Quartet" - Pruett Stage
2:30 pm Ralph Maddux Memorial Motorcycle Show Awards
3 pm Veterans Appreciation Service – Veterans Park
3:15 pm The Blues Brokers - Veterans Park
3:30 pm "Kentucky Just Us" - Bluegrass Band - Pruett Stage
3:30 pm "Andrew Jackson Southern" - Mark R. Cheatem, PhD - Storytelling Stage
4:15 pm Blue Grass Solutions - Bluegrass Band - Pruett Stage
5 & 6:30 pm Dinner – Sutton General Store – Reservations Required - 931-653-4151
6 pm Warm-Up Bluegrass Show - Sutton Ole Time Music Hour
  featuring "Bluegrass Solutions" - 7:00pm Radio Taping
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