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Baby Boomers Night Out

baby boomersEverybody needs a night out on occasion. Make plans to put on your dancing shoes and head to the Princess Theatre for Baby Boomers Night Out on Thursday, August 25 from 7pm-10pm. This star-studded evening will feature two legendary acts right here in our hometown!

Fans of 60s and 70s rock are sure to recognize the evening’s headliners. Dennis Tufano, original lead singer of The Buckinghams (“Kind of a Drag”, “Don’t You Care”, “Hey Baby, They’re Playing Our Song” and more) and drummer and original lead singer for Rare Earth ’69’-’75, Peter Rivera “(“Get Ready”, “I Know I’m Losing You”, “I Just Want To Celebrate” and more) will rock the house as you reminisce on your favorite memories.

Atlanta-based Stevie G and the Rockerz will open the show with their “highly energized, fun and extremely entertaining music.”

Go ahead and mark this down for date night on your calendars. Get there early so you can grab a treat at one of our bakeries or do some shopping downtown.

Visiting from out of town? Visit for hotel information.

Tickets are available online here.

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Cap Off the Summer at Harriman Cruisin’

Join us for Harriman's Cruisin'School is back in session, and it won’t be long before Labor Day is here. Help us give summer the send-off it deserves this Saturday, August 13  at one last Cruisin’ in downtown Harriman.  Cruisin’ is one of the few events where part of Roane Street is closed for an evening of family-friendly fun. Classic cars, hot rods and motorcycles line the street creating quite the nostalgic scene. Bands will be playing as friends gather together to celebrate what makes our county special. Admission to Cruisin’ Harriman is free, but food vendors will be on site with a variety of mouthwatering menus.

While the car show is quite impressive, the true crowd favorite has to be the abundance of games! There are lots of opportunities for the kids to play, but we encourage the young at heart to participate as well. Be careful – we’ve heard the corn hole tournament can be highly competitive!

Got a good looking car, truck or motorcycle you’d like to show off? Registration begins at the Princess Theatre.