The Fiddler's Grove Village monthly “Second Saturday” returns this week.
The event will feature tours of the grove and bluegrass music by Sugar Ridge.
The popular series began last year in celebration of Fiddler's Grove Village’s 20th anniversary.
“It was so successful that we decided to do it again,” said Hale Moss, president of the Wilson County Fair Board and member of the Fiddler's Grove Village Board of Trustees.
This month’s event, themed “Riding the Rails and Remembering our Heroes,” will be outside at the Opry Pavilion with free tours offered from 4-6 p.m.
"There are approximately 25 blocks left to purchase," Moss said. "The price is $50 per block. Come out and see the beautiful quilt, and get your loved one's name added."
Sugar Ridge will perform from 6-9 p.m. at the Opry Pavilion.
In honor of America’s veterans, a “Quilt of Valor” will be on display at the Opry Pavilion during the music. The quilt is made of log-cabin blocks and appliqued stars made into an American Flag to honor veterans of various wars.
Also beginning at 6 p.m., meals will be available for $5 per plate, which include white beans, cornbread, dessert and a drink.
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