Come celebrate mountain heritage in Fines Creek and enjoy vittles, live music, demonstrations, exhibits and contests all weekend at the Fines Creek Community Center.
The three-day festival will be held from 5-10 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 6, from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 7 and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8.
There will be hot dog and hamburger plates, a poor man's supper on Saturday, plus live music by the Big Creek Band, David Teague and Kelsey, Jamie Gann & the Longshot Band, Rewind, Running Wolfe and the Renegades, Stone Mountain Bluegrass and a performance by the J. Creek Cloggers. Come dance the night away.
- Sunset Cruisers
- Ole Smoky Antique Tractor Club
- Farm Animal Exhibit
- Knife Fabricating
- Local History Narrated by Louise K. Nelson and others
- Bushcraft and survival
- Handmade Soaps
- Local art
Vendors will also be on site selling local goods. There will also be an exhibition contents featuring farm exhibits, home exconomics, photography, livestock and more. Prizes will be given for youth and adult.
Admission is $3 on Friday, $10 on Saturday and $5 on Sunday. All proceeds/donations go to FCCA to support community needs, scholarships, and the MANNA Foodbank.
For more info, 828-593-7042 or 828-550-6842 or visit www.fb.me/finescreekorg.