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The Bodacious Hoedown
"THE BIGGEST OF THE YEAR"
Weekend, Sept. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th
Located between Lawrenceburg ("Crossroads of Dixie")
and Waynesboro, Tennessee, the Confederacy's geographic centre.
FREE camping at the "TOP" that includes running water, outhouses, showers, and firewood. Grounds open 9/1/05
Friday beginning around 4 p.m., The Third Annual Great Southern Music Fest.
Jamming under the Big Tent on Southern rock staples, country blues, real country and some Ole Time. Bring all your instruments, music and voice, and join us for this foot-stomping good time.
Saturday during the day there will be: Agrarian demonstrations, with draft horses and stock dog, wagon rides, three-legged races, pig kissing contest with live prizes, and many other surprises
Saturday evening begins with a big barbeque feast on home grown, pasture-fed pork or chicken then a Big Ball with live period music and a dance mistress to boot. Can't dance? She'll teach you. Ages 3-103 are guaranteed a good time.The Alan Keyes - Skeletons of the past Alan Keyes, lots of documentation
Sunday morning a church service under the tent with communion and lunch served afterwards.
Please call us for more information on area attractions, a map to the "Top" and admission cost.Emery Boards
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