Bulls Gap Ready For Campbell Days

There are 8 comments on the Sep 3, 2009, The Greenville Sun story titled Bulls Gap Ready For Campbell Days. In it, The Greenville Sun reports that:

The Town of Bulls Gap, in conjunction with the Archie Campbell Labor Day Committee, will be hosting the 21st Annual Archie Campbell Labor Day Celebration this weekend in historic downtown Bulls Gap.

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Connie Nolen

Morristown, TN

#1 Sep 6, 2009
Where do you get info on Archie Campbell Day? We
plan to go tomorrow but can find nothing in our
paper or elsewhere as to what will be going on,
whether the railroad museum is open, cost etc.
Is there ANYTHING going on? ckitty64@yahoo.com
Cheryl B

Leonard, TX

#3 Sep 6, 2009
Connie Nolen wrote:
Where do you get info on Archie Campbell Day? We
plan to go tomorrow but can find nothing in our
paper or elsewhere as to what will be going on,
whether the railroad museum is open, cost etc.
Is there ANYTHING going on? ckitty64@yahoo.com
There was a schedule in the paper, it usually starts at 10am. the museum is open to the public along with the a.c. homeplace. There is live music, clogging, square dancing, food, crafts, and plenty of fun. The cost is free to all. Parking is also free. They will have schedules as you enter as to which bands and cloggers will be playing and dancing at what time. Hope to see you there.
Connie

Morristown, TN

#4 Sep 6, 2009
Cheryl B wrote:
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There was a schedule in the paper, it usually starts at 10am. the museum is open to the public along with the a.c. homeplace. There is live music, clogging, square dancing, food, crafts, and plenty of fun. The cost is free to all. Parking is also free. They will have schedules as you enter as to which bands and cloggers will be playing and dancing at what time. Hope to see you there.
I searched for newspapers: Bulls Gap, Rogersville,
Greeneville, and saw no schedule of any substance.
Our Citizen Tribune in Morristown has no schedule.
Cheryl B

United States

#5 Sep 7, 2009
It was only an insert in the Rogersville Review about 2 weeks ago that had all the people that was gonna be there. Thats all i know.
bjt

Morristown, TN

#6 Sep 7, 2009
Attended today's events, really enjoyed. My family has been every year and I thought this was the best yet. Love the museum, the vendors and the entertainment was great.
Connie Nolen

Morristown, TN

#7 Sep 10, 2009
We did attend on Mon. Missed most of the gospel
music which was on Sun. but enjoyed the museums
and my great-grandson loved the blow gun and
he said his favorite thing was riding on the back
of the golf cart from the parking lot and back!
Go figure. It was worth going to.
Music Lover

Gate City, VA

#8 Aug 23, 2010
Does any know which bands will be playing Archie Campbell dates this year?
Who Knows

Nashville, TN

#9 Feb 2, 2011
Sounds like the town people have been busy if they already have put a schedule in the paper on who's going a be there this year!!!by the way, who's over it this year anybody know?

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