UPPER CUMBERLAND – Shop for treasures at craft fairs, find your way through a corn maze, experience chills at a ghost hunt and soak in fall at festivals across the region like Silver Point Arts & Music Festival, the Granville Fall Festival and the Standing Stone Day Festival. Here’s what’s going on across the Upper Cumberland this week. For a complete list of events statewide, visit tnvacation.com/calendar.
Ongoing through Oct. 13
Woodbury – A classic murder mystery begins with 10 guilty strangers being trapped on an island. See if you can solve the clues for the stage adaptation of Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” at the Arts Center of Cannon County.
Ongoing through Oct. 26
Crossville – The Tony Award-winning macabre musical masterpiece Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street thrills at Cumberland County Playhouse.
Ongoing through October
Granville – Spend the month of October welcoming the autumn season with quilts, scarecrows, a fall arts festival and demonstrations including cooking, wood craving and more during the Scarecrow Walk & Fall Celebration.
Livingston – Bargain hunters won’t want to miss the Rollercoaster Yard Sale with 150 miles of yard sales, crafts, antiques and flea markets from Kentucky to Tennessee. In Livingston, the event includes an extravaganza around Dale Hollow Lake.
Silver Point – Cherry Hill Farm hosts the family-friendly Silver Point Arts & Music Festival celebrating excellence in folk music and craft artisans surrounded by the beauty of Center Hill Lake and Caney.
Red Boiling Springs – Get ready for Halloween if you dare by joining paranormal investigators at the overnight Ghost Hunt at the Thomas House Hotel Friday or Saturday night. The event includes lodging, a meal and guided tours of the property.
Red Boiling Springs – The Biodynamic Celebration at Long Hungry Creek Farm focuses on organic and biodynamic farming and gardening, holistic health, homesteading and healthy living. Gourmet meals are farm fresh and included with the ticket.
Granville- Enjoy traditional scarecrows, craftsmen demonstrations and quilts during the Granville Fall Celebration 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Granville Veterans Park overlooking the Cumberland River.
Monterey – Celebrate Monterey’s rich history from Native American heritage to exploring downtown’s Civil War history. The Standing Stone Day Festival includes a parade, arts, crafts, food and antique cars as the town celebrates its sesquicentennial.
For more information, contact Ruth Dyal, executive director for the Upper Cumberland Tourism Association, at 931-537-6347 or by email at email@example.com.