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Jun 28 Poor Boys Classic Chevy Club Waverly, TN REGISTRATION 8:00 a.m. - 12 Noon;   $25 per car Entry Fee $15 per Second Car $20 Swap Meet Space    Poor Boys Classic Chevy Club's 29th Annual Open Car/Truck/Motorcycle show. "One of the Best Shows Still in the Area -- Rain or Shine"   TROPHY  PRESENTATIONS.  4:00 p.m.   *   ALL vehicle makes and models are welcome.   Dash Plaques for ALL entries. *   Fifty-one (51) different classes of vehicles will be judged with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place Trophies in          each Class for Cars, Trucks and Motorcycles. *   "Top 20 Awards" with Cash Awards to the top 3:   1st ($500);   2nd ($300);   3rd ($200).                             Other 16 get Plaques in the "Top 20." *   Prizes given in the "Best of" categories (Interior, Paint and Engine) in Original and Modified. *   Special 4-foot high special Trophies will be presented to winners chosen from ALL the show entries for:          "Sponsor's Choice;"  "Mayor's Choice;"  "President's Choice;"  and  "Largest Club Participation." *   FREE Admission for spectators. *   Door Prizes. *   Concessions on the grounds *   Car Show T-shirt sales. *   Large Swap Meet area (for automotive parts only). *   Club members' cars will be displayed only.   CONTACTS AND INFORMATION   Henry Bullington, Jr. (931-582-3038) bullingh@bellsouth.net   George Taylor (Tel.# 931-582-3940) hgtaylor@bellsouth.net                                                   Jim Binkley (Tel.# 931-296-0749) binkley4036@hughes.net learn more
Jul 4 - 5 Smithville Fiddlers' Jamboree & Crafts Festival Smithville, TN Since its beginning in 1972, the old-time Smithville Fiddlers’ Jamboree and Crafts Festival has grown into a major event, drawing hundreds of musicians and crafts people, as well as many thousands of spectators from throughout the world. The festival began as a small town event, as a way to celebrate the Independence Holiday, just as generations before had done on the Court Square. It continues that tradition today – a throwback to days gone by – paying homage to the music and art of our ancestors, reminding us of the simple pleasures to be had from gathering together and enjoying the pure, unadulterated sound of live Appalachian music. The energy of these timeless bluegrass tunes can’t be denied as they ring through the streets and bounce off the downtown buildings of Smithville, pop. 4,305. This small southern town is as friendly as it gets and proudly welcomes the visitors that swell its population many times over each July. You’re specially invited to come and experience this unforgettable event. Peruse the wide variety of crafts booths, grab a barbecue sandwich or a corn dog and an ice cold lemonade, find a seat near the stage, and sit back and enjoy one of the best free shows around…we guarantee your toes will be tappin’ in no time! From Knoxville: Take Exit 273. Go left for approximately 9 miles into Smithville. At first red light, the public square is to your right. From Nashville: Take Exit 239 (east) to Smithville. Approximately 30 miles. Go left at 3rd red light on No. Congress Blvd. Go to first red light. Public Square will be on your left. Free and Paid Parking is available at nearby locations. learn more
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