Sewanee Writers’ Conference
Celebrating its 28th summer session, the Sewanee Writers’ Conference will run from Tuesday, July 18 through Saturday, July 29, and feature readings, panels, and lectures by nationally-recognized faculty, editors, publishers and literary agents.
A complete Conference schedule can be found online at sewaneewriters.org/schedule. Authors’ books are available at the University Book & Supply Store.
Supported by the Walter E. Dakin Memorial Fund established through the estate of the late Tennessee Williams, the Sewanee Writers’ Conference offers instruction and criticism to writers through a series of workshops, readings and craft lectures in poetry, fiction and playwriting. For more information, call (931) 598-1654 or visit the Sewanee Writers’ Conference website at sewaneewriters.org.
Morton Memorial Fish Fry
Proceeds from the fish fry help enable MMUMC’s many community outreach programs. The annual “Tools 4 School” program provides the essential back to school supplies for all the students at Monteagle Elementary School. The “Christmas on the Mountain” program provided gifts for more than 115 children last year. These and other ministries are an integral part of how MMUMC helps its neighbors on the Plateau. MMUMC also provides support to Gospel Partners and their efforts with an orphanage and school in India.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children. Contact Marietta Poteet, email@example.com,(931) 924-7666, (615) 476-8087. You can also purchase tickets the day of the event.
Monteagle Mountain Market Arts and Crafts Show
Talented artisans and crafters will display their handmade creations. There are a few vendor spaces available.
For more information call the South Cumberland Chamber of Commerce at (931) 924-5353 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
5th Annual Bone Drop
To purchase a bone or for further information, stop by Animal Harbor at 56 Nor-Nan Rd., in Decherd, or download the purchase form from the website www.animalharbor.org and mail it in with your payment. If you’re on the Mountain, contact Sue Ridyard email@example.com or call 598 9260.
The Sewanee Business Alliance (SBA) is sponsoring a reverse raffle to benefit Angel Park and the Community Action Committee, with a chance for participants to win up to $10,000.
Tickets are $100 each and are for sale at the following local businesses: The Blue Chair, Locals, Lemon Fair, University Realty, and Woody’s Bicycles. Tickets may also be purchased online at www.sewaneevillage.com/park/.
The reverse raffle drawing will be held during AngelFest, Friday, Sept. 29.