Friday June 8th, 2007 home > features > community
featured news and informative articles by local authors Signal Mountain Town Web Site
• Site Map
• Contact Us
Sponsored Links
Signal Mountain Home Finder
Bluff Creek at Fox Run
Mountain City Realtors
The Grapevine
Push Hard Lumber
Town of Signal Mountain
Official town council meeting minutes
Town council meeting notes
Signal Mountain Town Budget
Signal Mountain Public Library
Signal Mountain Recycling Center
Signal Mountain Post Office
Signal Mountain Emergency Services
Signal Mountain Utility Services
History of Signal Mountain
Just for Kids
Community Interests
Signal Mountain Newcomers
Signal Mountain Historic District
Signal Mountain Recreation & Sports
The Signal Mountain Baptist Church
St. Augustine Catholic Church
Signal Mountain Bible
Signal Mountain Church of Christ
Signal Mountain Presbyterian
St. Timothy's Episcopal
Wayside Presbyterian
Signal Crest United Methodist
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
signal mountain

Community    |    Articles of interest to the community.

this will open the article in a new window that is printer friendly. printer-friendly version
published on 05/02/2006

6th Annual Bob Douglas Fiddle Fest

By Contributed Article

Chattanooga Audubon Society
When: Saturday, May 20, 2006, 10:00a to 6:00pm
Where: Chattanooga Audubon Society

Audubon Acres in East Brainerd / 900 N. Sanctuary Road
Exit 3-A off I-75; East on East Brainerd Road; Right on Gunbarrel Road; (follow signs)

Cost: CAS Members - $5.00
Non-Members - $6.00
Children - $3.00

Bring your lawn chairs and your dancing feet! It's a first for us - Bob Dalsemer and the Dog Branch Band from John C. Campbell Folk School will be call dances in the meadow from 2:00p to 4:00p.

The day will be filled with good ole-time music that makes you just want to get up and ‘shake a leg’. We are scheduled to start at 10:00a and stop at 6:00p – but who knows. If the spirit calls we may last a little longer!! Musicians this year include:

James Mayberry, Dulcimer; Tom Morgan, Lynne Haas and John Boulware; Bramble Roses; Dalton Roberts, Peanut Faircloth, and Redbird Clingan; Dismembered Tennesseeans; Ducktown Station; Dirt Road Band; Ed Brown Band.

In addition to our music and dancing, we will have spinning and weaving demonstrations in Spring Frog Cabin Food and drinks will be available for purchase. So bring your lawn chairs and spend your Saturday the way it should be spent – relaxing in the sunshine with good people and great music!

The Chattanooga Audubon Society is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to educate and promote an understanding of the responsibility to preserve and protect our environmental, cultural, and historical resources through programming and stewardship. Chattanooga Audubon Society is where nature, history and the arts meet.

Please if you would like to contribute or find content that is inaccurate.

Valid XHTML 1.0!