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Heritage Hall News from Mountain City

Saturday, August 20, 7pm, Steve Dunfee & Friends, sponsored by Humphrey Masonry Supply and The Tomahawk Newspaper. Steve hit the professional music scene in early 2014, but has been playing music for over 40 years. His debut album “Appalachian Reflections” released in May 2014 led to a feature article in the June 2014 issue of BWD Magazine where it was stated, “Writing songs that strike a chord of resonance within the minds and lives of listeners Steve pens missives of relatable realities and familiar-feeling themes.” His musical talent and rich vocals have helped him rapidly build a faithful local following in and around his hometown of Mountain City, Tennessee, and thanks to social media and Internet radio play, Steve enjoys a growing group of fans and friends all around the world. Steve has also earned the respect of fellow artists and songwriters, and often receives opportunities for song collaborations.
Monday, August 29, 7pm, Carmen Deedy, story teller, Bringing Stories Alive, sponsored by Friends of the Library, Johnson County Community Foundation, and GSC Security & Electronics. Tickets only $5 per person. Reserve your seats today. Ode to a Feral Childhood: New York Times best-selling children’s author Carmen Agra Deedy will tell stories of growing up in a time before seat belts, bicycle helmets, and mandatory hand sanitizing.  A time when children went out at first light, spent hours playing out of doors, and didn’t return home until the street lights came on.  A time when it was understood that boredom was an essential part of childhood and wise parents made few attempts to remedy this state as imagination best thrives in a mind bored to distraction. Join us for what is certain to be an evening of stories and laughter–and bring a friend.  Stories appropriate for all ages.
Heritage Hall is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving the Area with quality entertainment at affordable pricing. Most evening shows start at 7pm; most tickets are $10 advance and $12 at door, and most youth seats are $5. For tickets, or reservations, call 423-727-7444 and leave a message. The Box Office is open on Tuesday – Friday,12 – 2 pm at 126 College Street, For more information visit