While the temps are rising, like a typical Tennessee summer, this July 4th holiday weekend is going to be different to say the least. Many of our usual Independence Day celebrations have been cancelled due to COVID-19.
Everyone looks forward to Labor Day, but here in Roane County, we have an extra special reason to celebrate – Hooray for Harriman! This free family event takes place on Roane Street in Downtown Harriman each year. This year, we are celebrating Harriman’s 125th anniversary, and the festivities will be in full swing from 9am-4pm.Read More Hooray for Harriman
Everybody needs a night out on occasion. Make plans to put on your dancing shoes and head to the Princess Theatre for Baby Boomers Night Out on Thursday, August 25 from 7pm-10pm. This star-studded evening will feature two legendary acts right here in our hometown! Fans of 60s and 70s rock are sure to recognizeRead More Baby Boomers Night Out
Looking for a fun and free way to enjoy live music this weekend? Head to Harriman this Sunday for “Music and Melons” – a free concert by the Babahatchie Community Band. Babahatchie is a unique Native American name for the Emory River running through Harriman, meaning “babbling waters.” For 20 years or so, the bandRead More Music and Melons by the Babahatchie Band
School is back in session, and it won’t be long before Labor Day is here. Help us give summer the send-off it deserves this Saturday, August 13 at one last Cruisin’ in downtown Harriman. Cruisin’ is one of the few events where part of Roane Street is closed for an evening of family-friendly fun. ClassicRead More Cap Off the Summer at Harriman Cruisin’
July 4th is celebrated in a big way here in Roane County. What a fun weekend! Smokin’ the Water July 4th Celebration July 3 – 4 10 am – 10 pm $2 Entry Fee (wrist band gets you in on 3rd & 4th) This year this annual day-long waterfront festival was host to the APBARead More Smokin’ the Water July 4th Festival