Appalachian Spring Festival - May 16 &17

 16 May
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 Rogersville Arts Council
Rogersville Arts Council is proud to announce its first Appalachian Spring Festival. This event will be held for the general public on Saturday, May 16th from 10 AM to 9:30 PM and Sunday, May 17th from 1-6 PM. The festival will feature Appalachian music, storytelling, dance, and items from local artisans and crafters. There will also be performances by local bands as well as showings of Dr. John Lee Welton's "Tales of Electric Mountain," directed by Kyle Biery. The festival will offer concessions by many local vendors. See the full schedule below. Tickets for the Appalachian Spring Festival will be available closer to the date of the event. Partial event tickets will be sold at $10 with full weekend tickets sold at $25. All events will take place at Rogersville Playhouse and the American Legion, located at 1924 E. Main St., Rogersville, TN 37857. For more information about the festival, contact Ann Guerry McConnell at 423-754-6363 or Continue to check in with this event page as well as the RAC website at FULL SCHEDULE for Appalachian Spring Festival - plenty to see and enjoy for the entire family! “Tales of Electric Mountain” Upper Level Saturday, 10:15am-12:30pm Sunday, 1:15-3:30pm; Monday, 9:30am & 12:00pm $10 Admission charged for each performance Crowfish-Act Roger Green - Adam Melton Orry Green, Roger’s wife - Wooz Foister Joe Williams, a TVA lineman - Scott Mayes Ron Garrison, a TVA lineman - Greg Henry Stingiest Man Alive - Mandy McNeely The Fence - Julie Baker Funerals, But No Weddings - Baylee Mee The Mountain Man - Jack Smyth Musicians - Retha Ferrell, The Maray Brothers English Country Dance - Winnie Seals 12:30pm - Rogersville City School 7th & 8th grade Band, under direction of Patricia Rhoton, is performing two pieces, Saturday only. 1:00pm - Dulcimer Jam Session - Retha Ferrell, Saturday only Saturday, May 16, 6-9:30pm concert – Upper Level $10 Admission Lynn Hileman, Emcee Liars & Tall Tale Contest – ticket holders sign up with Emcee Hunter Patterson, winner of the Young Bluegrass Musicians Contest, Senior Division Fire Escape Performing Arts Center The Maray Brothers Kevin Buttry Band Sunday, May 17 Gospel Sing – Upper Level 3:30pm – 7:00pm $10 Admission with Play at 1pm Jim Begley, Emcee Hasson Street Christian Church Charlie Wilder Gospel Group Pastor Paul Humphrey and “The Circuit Riders” “Country Classics” with Hale Vance and Jim Bowman Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 1-6pm - Lower Level, Free Admission Craft Booths open inside and outside of the lower level. Quilting demonstration is held during the same schedule. Saturday 2:45pm – Lower Level $10 Admission Charged, including materials Corn Shuck Doll making workshop, lower level

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