River Town Days is back after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, and bringing back some old favorites, such as The River Rummage and a good old-fashioned barbecue competition.
Chamber President Lauren Minor gave a rundown of what the one-day event will look like.
The festival begins at 9 a.m. with the River Rummage and other local vendors opening. It is also the start of the Cornhole Competition registration.
The River Rummage was an old favorite started by former Chairman Keith Lyle.
Minor said it has been over six years since the last River Rummage, but this year’s rummage sale will allow visitors to find everything from “Pink flamingos to Picassos.”
Those interested in participating in the sale can sign up the day of and will be provided a booth. Once in the booth, they can sell any trinkets, used clothing or goods they think others may find as a treasure.
Minor said currently they have five individuals who have booths at the River Rummage, including…