CMFF kicks off Thursday
Festival free of charge this year
by Anthony Cloud Staff Writer
The 31st Cumberland Mountain Fall Festival kicks off Friday evening and continues through Saturday.
There is no charge to enter the festival this year, officials said.
The festival will have craft vendors, artisans, children’s activities, special shows and food available in the city parking lot. The festival attractions include The All American Lumberjack Show, carnival rides and games with Casey’s Rides.
There will be a kids’ stage with continuous entertainment.
The city parking lot will be closed until around noon on Monday for the festival. Cumberland Avenue cross streets from 19th Street to 21st Street will be closed until 6 p.m. on Sunday.
The alley along the city canal will be closed to cross traffic (20th street) through Sunday. It will be open for customers and residents located along the canal.
Lothbury (20th Street) to Cumberland Avenue will be closed through Monday.
Handicapped parking will be located in the Delta Natural Gas parking lot Friday and Saturday.
Below is the entertainment schedule:
Noon - Middlesboro Primary School
1 p.m. - Ashley Langford-Miller
1:45 p.m. - James Michael England
2 p.m. - Cumberland Gap Dance Club
3 p.m. - Chrystal Bullins
4 p.m. - Courtney Fix
5 p.m. - CMFF welcome w/ Lindsey Helton
5:15 p.m. - Bridge to Nowhere
6 p.m. - Lockdown
7 p.m. - Nate Cornett
8 p.m. - Malachi
9 p.m. - Erica and Jack Overbay
10 p.m. - Karaoke contest / Rhythm source production
10 a.m. - Karate
11 a.m. - Gym Magic
Noon - Pine Mountain Dancers with Christopher Tuttle
1 p.m. - Grace Hall
2 p.m. - Chenoa Partin
3 p.m. - Brooklyn Collins
4 p.m. - Pageant winners /Bell Co. Rescue Squad
5 p.m. - Jade Robertson
6 p.m. - Pistol Creek
8 p.m. - Kevin Gordon
9-11 p.m. - Celeste Kellogg
Reach Anthony Cloud at 606-248-1010, ext. 208, email@example.com
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