The Knights of Columbus Activity Park, located at 2892 Highway 70 East in Crossville, is once again the site of the Craft Fair on the Plateau on June 7 and 8. The festivities will kick off at 9 a.m. on Saturday with the sale of homemade crafts from over 50 crafters from East Tennessee and the surrounding area. Crafts that will be available include wooden items (clocks, birdhouses, carvings and toys), jewelry, candles, baked goods, bath/body products, pillows/quilts, purses, silhouettes, paintings/drawings, T-shirts, jackets and children clothes. The fair will run on Saturday until 5 p.m. The event will also feature a cruise-in car show and live entertainment. All vintage cars are welcome for the car show. The craft fair will also be open from noon until 5 p.m. on Sunday, June 8. Polish sausages, cheeseburgers, hand-dipped corndogs, funnel cakes and soft drinks will be available for purchase both days.

The entertainment will consist of country, southern gospel and pop rock music. Returning for his fourth year is Grant Currin, a country rock and Elvis singer from Cleveland, TN. Also performing will be Linda Rhea, a Christian country singer from Rogersville, TN; David Parker, a country to Christian to classic rock and old rock-n-roll singer from Nashville; Jenny Goforth, a country singer originally from Kings Mountain, NC; and Jimmy and Jennifer Layne, southern gospel singers from South Pittsburg, TN.

Come out and shop for great handmade crafts, take in the car show and enjoy the great live entertainment at the Knights of Columbus Activity Park on June 7 and 8. The Activity Park is located 3 miles east of town on Highway 70 or from I-40, take exit 322 south to Hwy. 70 and then east 1/3 mile.

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