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2016 Mountain Mudder

On Saturday, July 30, the 2016 Mountain Mudder will be held at Lincolnshire Park. The Mountain Mudder is an extreme 5K mud run, sponsored by the Tazewell Area Chamber of Commerce. Participants will be physically challenged as they climb hills, run through creeks, and attempt to complete the 15+ obstacles located throughout the course. Do you have what it takes to ...

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Summerfest 2016 in Review

Summerfest wrapped up for 2016 on Saturday, July 23. The free series of events, which are held by the Tazewell Area Chamber of Commerce, included three nights of fun for the community. Thursday night was Praise & Worship night, featuring performances by the MERGE community group and a showing of the movie “War Room”. Followed by music with Victor Lawson and ...

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Summerfest 2016 Schedule – July 21, 22, and 23

The schedule of events for the 2016 Summerfest has been announced. The free series held by the Tazewell Area Chamber of Commerce kicks off on Thursday, July 21 at 7 p.m. on Main Street with a Praise & Worship night, followed by musical performances by Victor Lawson and Boogie Chillen and the Band of Oz at Tazewell High School on Friday, July 22 starting at 6 p.m. ...

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Independence Day Celebration 2016

On Monday, July 4, 2016, the Town of Tazewell held its annual Independence Day celebration at Tazewell High School. The free event featured musical performances by Steele Cookin’ (The Finns were rained out), along with performances by renowned ventriloquist Mark Merchant, and Abraham Lincoln as portrayed by Homer Sewell. ** A new date will be announced soon for the Sesquicentennial ...

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Sesquicentennial Ball

On Saturday, July 2, 2016, the Town of Tazewell held a celebration of its 150th anniversary by hosting a Sesquicentennial Ball on beautiful Main Street. The Jeffersonville Skirmish Band provided 1860’s period music, and Joan Yates called the dances. A buffet catered by the VIP Room was enjoyed as guests dined on tables lining the street and took in horse drawn ...

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Sesquicentennial Parade & Fireworks Celebration

Due to the weather, the Sesquicentennial Parade has been cancelled and a later date will be announced. ****HOWEVER**** The music and fireworks at Tazewell High School ARE STILL ON FOR JULY 4. Games start at 5:30, music at 6:00. July 4 schedule of events: 5:30 Kids games start 6:00 Music by Steele Cookin’ 7:00 Kasey Addair martial arts 7:30 Mark ...

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Main Street Farmer’s Market

There is something new happening on Main Street in Tazewell, Virginia. A new Farmers Market is opening July 15th at the Mini-Park at the corner of Main Street and Marion Avenue in Historic downtown. The “Main Street Farmers Market”, which is sponsored by Tazewell Today, will be held every Friday from 3 pm to 6 pm from now until November. The ...

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Tazewell Train Station Fundraisers

Efforts are continuing on to raise the required matching funds for the restoration grant for the Tazewell Train Station. We are excited to announce a brick donor program. A limited number of custom engraved bricks will be sold for $50.00 per brick. Each brick can contain up to 3 custom lines of your text, each of 18 characters in length. ...

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Sesquicentennial Ball – Tickets

Sesquicentennial Ball tickets are now available! Join us on beautiful Main Street for a night of dinner, music, and dancing under the stars from 7pm-10pm on Saturday, July 2, 2016. Musical entertainment provided by the Jeffersonville Skirmish Band and heavy hors d’oeuvres served by the VIP Room. Period costume requested but not required. Enjoy a carriage ride while you travel ...

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June 18 – Music on Main & Cruise-In

The Music on Main & Cruise In series continues on Saturday, June 18th. Steele Cookin will be the featured band, and music will begin at 7pm on Altizer Stage. A Cruise-In Parade is scheduled be begin at 4:30 with the line up beginning at 3:45 at the old Ramey Ford location. Vehicles will cruise through the town to Main Street ...

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