Granville bringing back the 1920s

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Historic Granville will have a Grand Opening Celebration of the Roaring 20's year long feature on April 11 with a full day of activities.

On April 11 the cele-bration will begin at 10 a.m. with a Model T, A and cars of the 1920's in the Pioneer Village At Sutton Homestead. The show will last till 3 p.m. and end with a Parade of the 1920's. There is no entry fee for the show and lunch will be served to each car owner.
The celebration will also feature a full day of 1920's music and dancing at Pruett Stage with Tex R Cana performing from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 1920's dancing by Tennessee Tech Swing Dance Club.

April 11 will also be the 3rd Annual Granville Genealogy Festival which will feature genealogy research booths, special exhibits on the Brown and Hargis families, genealogy and genealogy-related booths. A full day of genealogy speakers will be featured at Granville United Methodist Church including Professor Greg Pryor on "The 20's in the Upper Cumberland Area" and Professor Carolyn Powell on German and Italian Prisoner Camps.

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