The 25th Annual Granville Heritage Day will be celebrated on May 27th from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Historic Granville, Tennessee. The festival has become one of Tennessee’s largest festivals which began with an antique car show in May of 1999. The year's theme is "Steamboat Days in Granville: Hear the Steamboat Whistle". The event features an Antique Car & Tractor Show, the Uncle Jimmy Thompson Bluegrass Festival, a Craftsmen Festival, Storytelling Festival, Children’s Entertainment, Craft Booths, and a special Memorial Service.
There is entertainment and great food for all ages throughout the day.
The Antique Car Show will offer 57 classes of competition with a $20.00 entry fee. The show is located on the banks of the Cordell Hull Lake. This year's show will honor Robert Hall of Cookeville, long time antique car collector. The memorial honorees will be Roy Fulton of Murfreesboro, Larry McGowan of Nolensville, Ron Compton of Hendersonville and Larry Smith of Hendersonville. Registration for the show is from 9:00 a.m to 12:00 noon at 6800 Granville Highway. The show is operated by Mid Tenn Region Car Club of Lebanon.
The festival will also feature a Antique Tractor & Engine sponsored by Hix Brothers Tractor Service with special awards if numerous areas. The show will honor Jay Slatton of Gordonsville. Registration for the show is from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. For more information on the festival visit granvilletn.com