Monteagle Mountain Chamber of Commerce Announces their Annual Fog Festival February 15, 16 & 17th. During the Valentine weekend, there will be three days of fun activities, learning opportunities and open houses. Fog Fest signs will be outside each participating business and a complete list of activities will be available at each business location. Below is not a complete list, so watch for Pink & Red Hearts to see who is participating across the Cumberland Plateau! For more information and schedule of events please visit http://monteaglechamber.com
Some of the activities include: “throw your own pot” at Hallelujah Pottery (FREE); Performance of “The Temptations of Mann,” at St. Andrews-Sewanee ; Special Snake Show at the South Cumberland State Recreation Area (FREE); Home tours with Monteagle-Sewanee Realtors (FREE); Dutch Maid Bakery Tour; Meet at South Greeter Falls Loop for a Special Hike (FREE); Artisan bread making class at Dutch Maid Bakery, Tennessee’s oldest bakery.
Special Musical Performances: Jim Oliver’s Smoke House will feature music by Travis Bowlin, Randy Finchum, Joi Newby & Chuck Oden, this is free event and Prakash Wright on jazz keyboard, at Pearls Foggy Mountain Café.
Special Displays include: Handmade jewelry by Frankie Winton, at Citizens Tri County Bank; Antique Tea Serving Pieces & Place Settings, at Tea on the Mountain; Christ Church will have an open house as well as a special art exhibit of works by Lucy Webb Millsaps.
Special discounts & drawings at the Monteagle Trading Post, Monteagle Inn, Illiterati, and Mooney's Market & Emporium.
Many restaurants offering special dinners, wine tastings & food discounts: Ivy Wild, Eagle Liquors & Wines, Monteagle Inn, Dave’s Modern Tavern, Pearls Foggy Mountain Café, Julia’s , Tea on the Mountain, Dutch Maid Bakery, Jim Oliver’s Smoke House and Harry and Ollie’s located in Pelham.