Covered Bridge Days to run through Sunday
Published 3:59 pm Friday, September 22, 2023
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Star Photo/Ivan Sanders Vendors were all set up and ready for business Friday morning for the Covered Bridge Days.
Star Photo/Ivan Sanders Food trucks are on hand, offering a little bit of everything to satisfy one's thirst and hunger.
Star Photo/Ivan Sanders Vendors offering wares from homemade aprons and bags to candles and more are on hand for Covered Bridge Days.
Star Photo/Ivan Sanders Friday featured touch-a-truck or vehicle for young and old alike as this little girl gets a look inside an Elizabethton police cruiser.
Star Photo/Ivan Sanders With Friday being a parent-teacher conference in city schools, many kids were out with their parents early at the Covered Bridge Days.
Star Photo/Ivan Sanders Colorful painted gourds were on sale at one vendor's tent.
Star Photo/Ivan Sanders Mmmmm, so good! Theresa's Famous Fudge was handing out samples of the many flavors of fudge available.
Star Photo/Ivan Sanders Several kids were getting their faces painted at this tent.
Star Photo/Ivan Sanders The choices were many and hard to make as these shoppers looked over earrings.
Star Photo/Ivan Sanders These two tikes make friends with a pink puppy.
Star Photo/Ivan Sanders The Elizabethton Parks & Recreation team was on hand to assist visitors to Covered Bridge Days.
Covered Bridge Days kicked off on Friday morning and will run through Sunday as the City of Elizabethton welcomes fall to the area with one of its largest events.
Vendors were set up on Friday morning to greet early visitors who also were able to participate in a touch-a-truck event on the Elk Avenue Bridge along with tasting some of the best of the best in food truck offerings.
Sister Sadie took the stage Friday night, with Carson Peters and Iron Mountain taking the stage at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, followed by Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers. Contemporary artist Colton Dixon will wrap up concerts on Sunday with a 5 p.m. concert.
All concerts are free to the public.
Along with vendors, Saturday will be filled with a beauty pageant and several groups of dancers performing throughout the day. Kids Island will provide a plethora of opportunities for children to participate in.