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Page 2 — The Brownsville States-Graphic, Thursday, September 23, 2010

Wildwood Express to perform at Delta Heritage Center

Join the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center in Brownsville for the third in its series of summer ‘Concerts on the Porch’ Saturday, September 25, beginning at 6 p.m. This month’s concert will feature Wildwood Express, a group of ďŹ ve area musicians who perform the old time stringed music of yesterday. Wildwood Express’s instruments of choice are the banjo, dulcimer, mandolin, upright bass and guitar. This free family-friendly concert

will include bluegrass gospel, instrumentals and some old time country. The band is made up of Grover Westover, of Brownsville, who does vocals and plays guitar. Paul Jackson is from Bells and does vocals and plays mandolin. Gary Spraggins is on the upright bass and is from Alamo. Coley and Marilyn Graves are from Bartlett; Coley does vocals, guitar and banjo, while his wife, Marilyn plays the hammered dulcimer.

All are members of the Jackson Tennessee Area Plectral Society whose main purpose is the preservation of old time stringed music. Everyone is invited. Bring your lawn chairs, a picnic and enjoy an evening of old-time bluegrass. For more information, call the Center at 731-779-9000. The West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center is a visitor’s center and museum located off of Interstate 40 at Exit 56, behind McDonald’s, in Brownsville.

Wildwood Express will perform at the West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center Saturday, September 25, at 6 p.m. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy an evening of old-time bluegrass.

DLI Network opens in Brownsville

DLI Network and Computer Services LLC recently held a ribbon cutting last week. Darron Byrd, who is essentially in his third year of business, owns the store, located at 24 East Main. The business can either serve as a stop to help with computer cleaning, spyware and network needs or special order computer tablets, laptops, netbooks and a host of other technological devices. The store will provide lots of options when it comes to ordering the computer product that is right for you. The store is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call 779-0144.

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Hatchie Fall Fest fun set for October 16

The date for this year’s Hatchie Fall Fest is set for Saturday, October 16, on the historic court square in Brownsville, Tenn. A funďŹ lled day of kid’s games and activities, cooking and eating contests, live music and arts and crafts will all be a part of the seventh annual event. Back by popular demand is the frozen t-shirt contest, enjoyed by all ages, and the salsa eating contests. The Pet Show and Blessing of the Pets is another event that adults and kids both ock to. Are you a good cook? You get a chance to show off your skills during the cake and pie baking contest and the chilicooking contest. For a bit of nostalgia, visit the quilt display that will feature heirloom and modern day fabric creations. While the kids are busy in the bouncy house, getting their face painted and enjoying the many games, you can ďŹ nd great bargains at the arts and crafts booths. Local merchants will have sidewalk sales and great festival food will be available around every corner. Opening ceremonies begin on the square at 10 a.m., and the music lineup for the day will include local favorites like the Singing FireďŹ ghter David Smith, The Barnett Family, HHS Show Choir, Blair Simpson, HHS Gospel Choir, Haywood’s Got Talent Winner Katherine Tritt, Roses Unread and Christ Church Praise Band. Headlining this year’s event is music legend Alex Harvey. Harvey has enjoyed success as a singer, songwriter and actor. He is a Haywood County native and is perhaps most known for writing the hit song Delta Dawn.

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