Heritage Day Re-scheduled for July 11th
The 22nd Annual Granville Heritage Day, regularly scheduled for Memorial Day weekend, has been rescheduled for July 11th. This event is one of Tennessee’ s longest running annual festivals known for one of Tennessee’s largest antique car shows and the Uncle Jimmy Thompson Bluegrass Festival.
The annual event also features an antique tractor & engine show, craft booths, old time craftsmen in Pioneer Village, Antique Car Museum, David Turner, Ventriloquist, Roger Reeves Magician, children rides, petting zoo, train ride, parade, memorial service, historic boat tour rides and great food.
Historic Granville, when it reopens with a theme “Life in a Small Mayberry Town,” will feature tours of the 1880’s Sutton Home decorated with this theme. Historic Granville will be opening a new “Farm to Table Museum” on July 11th featuring the history of dairies of Middle Tennessee with a 1934 Mack Milk Truck, History of Horse Drawn Equipment, Chicken and Eggs and much more.
Granville has rescheduled the Grand Opening of Tennessee’s Mayberry Town to June 13th which will include the Grand Opening of a Mayberry—I Love Lucy Museum, Genealogy Festival and Cornbread & Moonshine Festival. The Mayberry Outdoor Dinner Theater with the Mayberry Play “Darlings Baby” has been rescheduled to July 30 & 31st. For more information visit granvilletn.com. or call 931-653-4544.