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Martin's Soybean Festival Returns in September
Saturday, August 27, 2016 5:17 PM
The Tennessee Soybean Festival returns to Martin, September 2-11. Dozens of events, contests and exhibitions will take place across the city, at the UT-M campus, and predominantly at Virginia Weldon Park. Highlights include concerts by Vince Gill, the Brothers Osborne, Hunter Hayes, Blood Sweat and Tears, Three Dog Night, Morris Day and the Time, The Plain White T's and more. (Tickets are ...
Rauner Cuts Ribbon to Open Du Quoin State Fair
Saturday, August 27, 2016 2:40 AM
Governor Bruce Rauner cut the ribbon Friday night to open the 2016 Du Quoin State Fair, before walking in the annual Twilight Parade. The ceremony signifies the official start of the 11 day Southern Illinois exhibition of agriculture. This year’s theme is “Producing Our Future.” “The Du Quoin State Fair is important because it shows off Southern Illinois and all the ...
Artist Concludes Daring River Voyage in Paducah
Wednesday, August 24, 2016 8:31 PM
A rustic recreated 1940s shanty boat, a daring river voyage, and a meticulous archive of river stories are all part of a multi-year art and history project, "A Secret History of American River People." Santa Cruz, California artist Wes Modes is currently floating his homemade houseboat on the historic Tennessee River. Modes has exhibited the project in Knoxville, Chattanooga, Huntsville, ...
Discovery Park Announces $500,000 Expansion
Tuesday, August 23, 2016 3:51 PM
Discovery Park of America in Union City has announced plans for a half-million dollar expansion of the facility. Park officials say the expansion will include a new 23,000 square foot Children's Discovery Garden. Featured improvements include an outdoor musical garden, perrenial gardens, a new outdoor classroom with a labyrinth, and a giant outdoor chess/checker set. The project is expected ...
Replicas of Nina, Pinta in Grand Rivers Next Month
Friday, August 12, 2016 10:09 PM
A great reason for the family to visit Grand Rivers around Labor Day is the opportunity to see historic replicas of two of Columbus' ships, the Nina and Pinta, at Green Turtle Bay Resort and Marina. Kim Kraemer with the Grand Rivers Chamber of Commerce said the Columbus Foundation is bringing both ships, which they call a "sailing museum," to the area. They are used to educate children ...
Arts & Crafts Festival Needs Additional Vendors
Wednesday, August 10, 2016 9:37 AM
The largest Arts & Crafts Festival in western Kentucky is in need of even more artists to sign up and set up booths at the Grand Rivers Labor Day Weekend Arts & Crafts Festival. Organizers say they have more than 80 art vendors already signed up, but they are looking for even more. Kim Kraemer is with the Grand Rivers Chamber of Commerce, and says they need artists of all ...
Du Quoin State Fair Unveils New Website
Saturday, July 16, 2016 2:53 PM
The Du Quoin State Fair has announced a new and improved website just in time for fairgoers to start planning their trip to the 2016 fair. The website www.duquoinstatefair.net features has a new layout, new features, and is now easier for fairgoers to access on their mobile devices, with the fair just 40 days away. Du Quoin State Fair Manager Kevin Gordon said, "This revamped website is ...
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