Justice (ret.) Elizabeth A. McClanahan
Click here for Booth and Garden layout Montgomery County Heritage Day showcases traditional crafts people, antique automobiles and engines, traditional song and dance, as well as our traditional food ways. This event features tours of the new museum, special children’s areas for creative outlets, games, education and more. Featuring hay rides and a beer garden!
10am John & Kathie Hollandsworth
11am – 1pm The Jared Stout Band!
1:15pm Fred Benfield, American Roots
2:30 Douglas Connor, Leatherwood
3:45 Leslie Brooks
The museum has partnered with Iron Tree Brewing to produce a brand-new beer that will be exclusively debuted and released in the Museum’s beer garden for purchase during the festival. All beer sales will benefit the Montgomery Museum. The name is inspired by the Lewis-McHenry Duel fought in 1808. The ale will be on sale for the first time at the beer garden. Beer garden opens at 11am, and closes at 5pm. Beer tickets $5 each, Must have ID checked and wrist band.
Tickets for a 22″ propane griddle may be purchases the Museum, Museum tent (booth 246) and the mini-museum tent on Peppper St. $5 each, three for $10, eight for $20
4:30 Raffle Ends. 4:45 Raffle drawing on stage
Silent Auction at the Museum 10am – 4pm
Over 100 items including gift cards, jewelry, baskets and more!
Take a free hayride between Main St. and Pepper St. to visit all the festivities. Hayride leaves from the courthouse every 10-15 minutes