Contests! Shows! Displays! at the Heritage Festival

Heritage Festival

You still have time to enter a Heritage Festival contest. All registration forms are available at and at the Union County Extension Office (4H) or Maynardville Public Library.

Hay Bale Contest-Decorate your business or yard by October 3. Must use a hay bale.

Pie Baking- Bake your favorite pie and bring to UT Extension on Friday, October 6.

Photo – Photograph a Union County person, place, or scene that shows coming home. Take your photos to the Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, October 4, by 4 pm.

Quilt Show- Have you made a quilt or do you own a heritage quilt made by an ancestor or family friend? Enter the UC Museum Quilt Show on Thursday, October 5, from 1:30 to 6:00.

Tractor Display- Contact Wayne Roach at or call 865-678-2155.

Student & Adult Agricultural Exhibits- Take to the 4H office by noon, October 4.

Adult Fine Art- Deliver art (2 or 3 dimension) to the Historic Snodderly House, 720 Main St., Maynardville, on Thursday, October 5th, between the hours of 11:00 am and 2:00 pm. If you need special arrangements for delivery call Betty prior to the show at 865-992-1005.

Student Art- Had to be submitted to your teacher or 4H office by Thursday, September 29.
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