PUMPKINTOWN - A Fall Festival Celebrating History, Heritage & Harvest
2014 Schedule of Events
 Stay Tuned for 2014 Updates

7 am - 11 am or until the pancakes run out!
Burkett Witt Habitat for Humanity Pancake Breakfast
Habitat Home Store/ 6 S. White St.   $5.00 per person
Come have some pancakes and see the new Home Store opening soon across from Grace House and Maddi Mas Restaurant!
For more information: habitat.of.mcminn@gmail.com

8 am - Grace & Mercy Pumpkin Ride (registration starts at 7:30 am at Athens Middle School, 200 Keith Lane)
Fun Ride ($15) and Bike Ride ($25) benefitting Grace & Mercy Ministries, feeding Athens at the Cook Community Center Mondays and Fridays

10 am.-Dedication of Pumpkintown in Memory of Scott Crisp
Market Park

10 am  USS Ware Brick Dedication-Veterans Park

10 am - 5 pm
Historical Scavenger Hunt
Starting Point:  Market Park/Heritage Row

10 am - 5 pm
Carriage Rides
Pick up points:
Market Park Pavillion to Knight Park
Madison/Jackson to Living Heritage Museum
10 am - 2 pm
McMinn Regional Humane Society Adopt-a-Thon
Happy Hounds
203 E. Washington Ave.
For more information:  Barbara.Brakebill@tcatathens.edu
10 am - 5:30 pm
McMinn Co. Living Heritage Museum Quilt Show
The Year of theArt Quilt
552 W. Madison Ave.
For more information, please call 423/745-0329 or email adavis@livingheritagemuseum.com
10 am
Mutt StruttLine-up at Happy Hounds
10:15 - 10:30 am
Mutt Strutt around Courthouse and back to Happy Hounds for dog biscuits & cool water
*must be pre-registered
10:45 am
Doggie Costume Contest
Judging begins @ Happy Hounds
For more information:  jessabartley@gmail.com
Please see form in Mutt Strutt Section
11 am
Living History Reenactments and
Pow Wow
Market Park near Pavilion
11 am - Pumpkin Carving Contest-Derby Downs Stage
11:45 am
Doggie Costume Contest Winners announced at
Happy Hounds
12 Noon
Historical Walking Tour
Corner of Jackson and Madison/Robert E. Lee Hotel
12:45 pm & 2 pm
African American Historical Walking Tours
and Historical Play
For more information:
Lynn Perkinson-423/506-0719
2 pm
Living History Reenactments,
Drumming & Dancing
at Market Park
also at 2 pm
African American Historical Walking Tour
For more information:
Lynn Perkinson-423/506-0719
Don Ledford Auto Park Stage (Derby Downs/Washington St.)
Market Park Pavillion
The Bakery Stage
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