The second Friday at the Crossroads was bigger and better than the first and the crowds filled downtown Crossville with all ages. The new event has really brought people to Main Street and many more businesses were involved in this months event. From Music to fun, food and books, many who came brought school supplies to donate to school kids and teachers gaining special discounts too.
The event sponsor was the Crossville Noon Rotary Club and it seemed like all who came, either visiotrs or merchants had a good time. A selection of photos is below.
The next Friday at the Crossroads is scheduled for October 7th.
Kids found balloon animlas and face painting
Kids and adults were fascinated by being able to watch the bees make honey. These girls are searching for the queen bee in the hive.
Bagpipe music was one of the more unusual musical sounds
Another popular stop for the kids was the inflatable on the courthouse lawn
The inflatable ended with a big slide!
Sparky the fire dog makes a couple of new friends
Members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans were dressed in the clothing of the 1860's
More members of the SCV.
The City Lites band was rocking out at Scarlett's Auto Sales.
BIll Quillen of Villa Del Funk was demonstrating his potters wheel
Over a dozen of the otters that were part of Cumberland County's Sesquicentennial celebration were scattered around town including this one that came from TAP publishing.
One of the Newest downtown stores is the Dogwood Exchange at 116 Rector Ave with a store full of recycled and decorative items
More fun items from the Dogwood Exchange.