Town of Historic Granville, Tennessee
931.653.4151

Town of
Historic Granville, Tennessee

931.653.4151
Granville Museum
169 Clover Street • Granville, TN 38564
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One Way Out Bluegrass Band to perform at Uncle Jimmy Thompson Bluegrass Festival On May 28th


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Evermean Evergreen Cloggers to perform at Uncle Jimmy Thompson Bluegrass Festival on May 28th



The 18th Granville Heritage Day will feature the annual Uncle Jimmy Thompson Bluegrass Festival on May 28th with a full day of bluegrass entertainment beginning at 10:00 a.m.  The festival honors the memory of Uncle Jimmy Thompson who was born in the Granville Community and was the first entertainer to appear on the Grand Ole Opry.  The Granville Museum has a wonderful exhibit on his life and the Pioneer Village has some of his buildings from his farm in Wilson County.  This year's festival will honor Jackson County native Jamie Dailey with the Uncle Jimmy Thompson Bluegrass Award at 12:00 noon.  The festival occurs at the Pruett Covered Stage with the following line up of bluegrass bands and entertainers.  The schedule is as follows:  10:00 a.m. One Way Out, 10:45 a.m. Evermean Evergreen Cloggers, 11:15 Kentucky Just us, 12:00 Uncle Jimmy Thompson Bluegrass Award presentation, 12:15 Another Way, 1:00 p.m. Evermean Evergreen Cloggers, 1:30 One Way Out, 2:15 Kentucky Just Us, 3:15 Another Way, 4:15 Code of the Hills.  The Sutton Ole Time Music Hour Bluegrass Dinner Show will occur with dinner at 5:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. with bluegrass music beginning at 6:00 p.m. and radio taping at 7:00 p.m. featuring Code of the Hills.  Dinner reservations can be made by calling 931-653-4151. 
 
The 18th Granville Heritage Day will also feature a Antique Car, Tractor & Engine Show, Opening Ceremony at 9:00 .m. honoring Joe & Sue Stout Century Farm, Sheryle Bruno Artist of the Year,
Rockie Williams Premier Dodge Chrysler Jeep as the Sponsor of the Year, Beth & Mike Cochran as Gene Duke Friend of the Museum Award, a new exhibit on the late Charles Carter, and special
Honoring of W. C. Williamson.  The day will also include the Pioneer Village operating with craftsmen of yesteryear, Civil War Living History Demonstrations, craftsmen of yesteryear, and Antique Car Museum featuring Automobiles of the 1930’s .  Historic Granville will have craft booths, great food, children rides, petting zoo, ventriloquist, magician and parade.  Granville is currently celebrating “Remembering the 1930’s” with special exhibits at Granville Museum entitled Memories of the 1930’s and historic Sutton Homestead Home tours featuring “1930’s in Granville: A Life of Challenges”.

For more information call 931-653-4151 or granvilletn.com. 

18th Annual Heritage Day in Historic Granville, TN
"Remembering the 1930's"

May 28, 2016 9am - 5pm
$5 parking
 

 
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T.B. Sutton General Store in Historic Granville, Tennessee is honored to have been selected
as one of America's 13 Most Charming General Stores by Counrty Living Magazine.

We especially thank all of our volunteers, without there efforts none of this would possible!

Thank you to all of our Guest who tell their friends and families about the experience of
"Stepping Back in Time to Days gone by".   




                                                    Air Force musicians to perform in Granville, TN.

SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. -- The USAF Band of Mid-America’s Starlifter will present a concert at the 18th Granville Heritage Day on May 28, 2016 at 1:00p.m located at 6774 Granville Highway Granville, TN 38564. This is a free event open to everyone and no tickets are required for admission. For any questions regarding the event, please contact the Granville Museum at 931-653-4151.

Presented in partnership with the town of Historic Granville, TN, this is a family-friendly, all ages event.

Starlifter is a group of seven professional musicians whose music inspires patriotism, connects communities with military service members and honors our country’s veterans.

Performing in virtually every musical idiom, from Rock and Pop to Jazz and Country, to great contemporary and traditional patriotic songs. They feature the best in popular music from the 1970's to the most current sounds at the top of today's charts.

Starlifter may be available for performances and interviews during local news and public interest programs. Please contact (618) 229-8136 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to make arrangements.



Wine Festival 2016
The Upper Cumberland Wine Trail held their first Wine Festival on April 9th at Historic Granville
In conjunction with their Grand Opening of the 1930’s in Granville.  The event was a huge success
and exceeded all expectations.  Eight wineries of the Upper Cumberland participated and plans
are underway for the second festival next year.  Historic Granville's next festival will be Cornbread
& Moonshine Bash on May 7th in conjunction with the outdoor musical dinner play Journey to the
Promised Land on May 6th and & 7th.  For more information call 931-653-4151 or granvilletn.com.



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