Public Notices, Community Events & Announcements

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Public Notices, Community Events & Announcements 


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SPIRIT: THE AUTHENTIC BELL WITCH EXPERIENCE, Oct. 19,20,21 & Oct. 26,27,28 at 7 p.m.
Ticket Prices are $10-Students and ($8 on Thursday night—which is “student night”) $20-Adults. Group tickets are available.
As you sit on the grounds of the farm that once belonged to the Bell family, Spirit will take you on an eerie journey that began in 1804. That’s when John Bell uprooted his family and moved to a beautiful area on the Red River, now known as Adams, unaware that the grounds were already occupied by the later-coined “Bell Witch.” Tormenting the family for years, moving objects, and even pinching and slapping family members, the events culminated in John Bell’s mysterious death in 1820. The mystery of the Bell Witch remains unsolved to this day. Come join us and experience how the legend began. Spirit is written by Adams native David Alford, now starring in TV’s Nashville.

To purchase tickets for “Spirit”, Click –> HERE

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October 21 Oakland Baptist Church – Hayrides, crafts, food, and trunk-or-treating

Oakland Baptist Church 5740 Highway 76E, Springfield. Saturday, October 21st 5-8 PM. Hayrides, crafts, food, and trunk-or-treating. For more information and to register visit

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October 24: Greenbrier Middle School PTO Fundraiser

“Harlem Wizards Basketball Game”

Tuesday, October 24 at 6 PM – 9 PM @ Greenbrier High School (Tennessee)
126 Cuniff Street, Greenbrier, Tennessee 37073

If you like the Harlem Globetrotters, you will LOVE the Harlem Wizards. The Harlem Wizards will come to GHS to play the teachers from GMS, GES, GHS, & Watauga. You can order your tickets at GMS or online at

For more info contact Jennifer Woodard:

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October 28 Fall Festival at Bethlehem Baptist Church

The evening begins at 5:00 with trunk-or-treat, free bbq supper at 5:45 then games, silent auction, hayrides and a bonfire.

Bethlehem Baptist Church 5081 Bethlehem Rd. Springfield, TN

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October 31 – Payne Chevrolet “Truck N Treat”

Local businesses/organizations welcome to participate in their Truck N Treat this year. If you are interested contact Samantha True at Payne by phone or email.” Samantha True: 615-384-5573 or click the banner below

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Every Wednesday Night “Classic Tin Cruise In”

April 26 through October every Wednesday night from 5 PM to 9 PM. Bring your car, truck or bike  to 2008 Memorial Blvd., Springfield (between Hardee’s and Burger King) For more info call Shelby Horner 615-336-2257

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Byrum-Porter Senior Center In Orlinda

Byrum-Porter is again selling 16 oz Bags of (pieces or halves) Pecans. They are just $12 a bag so stop by and get ready for the Holiday Baking Season.

SHIPS (the Tennessee State Health Insurance Program) will be here several times in October to provide answers to your open enrollment Medicare questions. Call us at 615-654-3161 for more information about dates and times. This is a free service that does not represent any specific program but can provide answers about all the programs that are available and the cost.

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3rd Friday Every Month – “Cruise’n N Groove’n Cruise-In” In Pleasant View

The Town of Pleasant View invites you to attend our monthly cruise-in on the 3rd Friday of each month thru October……..Times: 5:00pm – 9:00pm in “Olde Town” on Main Street.

We welcome all Classic Cars, Muscle cars, Trucks and Motorcycles. Spectators are welcome as well. Bring the family and enjoy the cars and people.

Each Month there will be the Mayor’s Choice Award and each month will have a different THEME.

All invited……Cruise on in & listen to great music and visit with the car owners.

For more info, please call (615) 746-0600

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Every Saturday: Robertson County Farmer’s Market 

Come join us for the market at the Baggett warehouse at the Robertson County fairgrounds on Memorial Blvd. in Springfield every Saturday from 8:30am – 12 pm. The Fairest of the Fair will be occupying our normal location but we will be just down the road a bit. Look for the Farmer’s Market flag!

Lots of new vendors and all of your local favorites!

Homemade soap/lotion, crafts,quilt, baked goods, crafts, musicians, and food trucks.

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Springfield: Stokes Brown Public Library EVENTS

Lego nights, American Girl Club, Movie nights, Learn sign language, Adventure Science, Hot wheels nights, Sewing club, Open Mic lip sync nights, Fencing club, chess tournaments, Teen nights, Book club and more…. Click here for more info

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Robertson County Senior Center Monthly Calendar

RC Senior Center: 601 S Locust St, Springfield, Tennessee 37172. Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm. Mission:Our mission is to promote independence, wellness, and advocacy for 50+ adults, their caregivers, and their families.

We offer activities like pot-luck suppers, health fairs, breakfast trips, exercise classes, bingo, corn hole tournaments, crochet and knitting classes, music, Bluegrass nights, Friday night dances and appreciation events. The calendar is always full of events, road trips and opportunities to gather and have fellowship with old friends and new ones.

Phone(615) 384-6367
Email: Newsletter & Calendar

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School events, church events, community fundraiser events, community gatherings, fundraisers, Announcements, Public Notices & rallies in Springfield, Greenbrier, Adams, Ridgetop, White House, Cross Plains, Millersville, Cedar Hill, Coopertown & Orlinda in Robertson County Tn, Tennessee!