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In conjunction with the Lynchburg Chamber Of Commerce, the Middle Tennessee Corvette Club has rescheduled its second annual Cruise into Lynchburg for Saturday, May 18. The event will be held at Wiseman Park. Corvette clubs all over the Southeast, and some national clubs are expected. Trophies will be awarded for Best-in-Show, and also in each category, C-1 thru C-6, voted on by all attendees. Also dash plaques will given to
MANCHESTER — Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Park will host its 37th Bi-annual Knap-in and Archaeoskills festival May 3-5. A celebration of the ancient arts and archaeoskills, the weekend’s main activities and special programming are slated to begin at 8 a.m. on Saturday and will run until approximately 4:30 p.m. The festival is free and open to the public. From rope made out of plant fibers and animal products to
Preservation of the past depends on wisdom of people who understand the future and have courage to act in the present. In 1990, Moore County’s fledgling Historical and Genealogical Society looked into the future and saw the value of preserving the old jail when the new jail was opened. With only a dream and no finances, the group, represented by Betty Robertson, presented a petition to the county council, requesting
Music from Broadway musicals “American Idiot” and “Wicked” and songs made famous by the Beatles will be performed by the Motlow College Vocal Ensemble and Jazz Band during the Motlow Music Department’s spring concert on April 18, said David Bethea, a music instructor at the college. A reception will begin at 6:15 p.m., followed by the concert at 7 p.m. in Eoff Hall on Motlow’s Moore County campus. The public
There has certainly been some fickle weather in Middle Tennessee this year — spring one day and winter the next. But there is one thing you can count on in Moore County — when Spring in the Hollow comes around, spring has sprung. On Saturday, April 27, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Historic Lynchburg Square will be filled with plants, food, crafts, music, fancy umbrellas and vintage quilts.
Authors Weldon Payne and Honor Raconteur will sign books and talk with readers during a reception in the Follett Bookstore on the Motlow College Moore County campus this month, according to Carol Horn, bookstore manager. The reception is open to the public and will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 10. Follett Bookstore is in Forrester Student Center. Payne will sign his new novel, Alone, and
Lynchburg native and author Meredith Leigh Burton will be at Hastings Books in Tullahoma on Saturday signing copies of her book “Crimilia.” The book is the story of two teenagers — Hannah Wilkins and Brandon Pringle — struggling to come to terms with an accident that has robbed them of their sense of normalcy. After a terrible accident, Hannah was struck blind. She struggles through every day, each of which