The 9th Annual John Maher Builders Spring Hill Country Ham Festival Returns October 6th and 7th.
Two days of food, fireworks and fun with expanded entertainment, larger Kid Zone and much, much more!
The John Maher Builders Spring Hill Country Ham Festival returns to the Tennessee Children’s Home for two days of fun. The event which draws thousands of visitors from all over Middle Tennessee and beyond, promises to be bigger and better than ever with all of the same family fun activities that attendees expect, along with the addition of numerous new and expanded attractions.
The annual event, which averages 12,000 to 15,000 people each year with traditional festival food, arts and crafts, and activities.
The event benefits several Spring Hill nonprofit organizations including the Tennessee Children’s Home, The Well Outreach, and the Imagination Library.
Traditional favorites will return including a hog-calling contest, with a cash prizes awarded during Saturday’s contest, expanded Kids Zone, arts and crafts vendors featuring handmade originals, including handcrafted jewelry, candles, woodwork, and homemade jams and jellies. Food vendors will include plenty of country ham and biscuits, roasted corn and funnel cakes.
Some of the entertainment lineup is the Bad Dog Band, Midday Farm Report, 2Country4Nashville, The Ham Family, Jason Graham Band, The Tune Doctors, and many more!
Saturday, Oct. 6th Hours: 10 am – 9 pm
Sunday, Oct. 7th Hours: 12 Noon – 6 pm
Tennessee Children’s Home
804 Branham Hughes Boulevard
Spring Hill, TN
$3 per person (children ages 3 and under are admitted free).
For more information visit www.countryhamfest.com or call Andy Meldrum at 615-429-7115.
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