Ketner's Mill Festival
Marion County

Ketner's Mill Festival
Ketner's Mill
Whitwell, TN
423-267-5702
www.ketnersmill.com
Admission Fee/CST

This festival is situated at a beautiful historic mill and dam on the Sequatchie River. Built in 1882, by 'Pappy' A.K. Ketner, the site includes a grist mill, sawmill, and large working water wheel. The festival is on the 100 acre site next to the Mill, among historic farm buildings. The small pavilion next to the Mill houses some displays of art, crafts, and domestic arts displays --such as wool spinning and weaving, sorghum grinding, chair caning, and country cooking with the Mill's freshly ground corn meal. Stone-ground cornmeal and grits are for sale.

Music performance includes the area's best bluegrass, country, and gospel groups.

Suitable for large groups.
Concessions of a variety of food is available.

Directions: From Chattanooga, take I-24 West to Exit 155, Jasper exit, travel North on Highway 28 for 9 miles, take a right at the sign for Ketner's Mill. The mill is near the town of Whitwell in Marion County.

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