Greenbrier Turning Of The Pig PHOTOS, Parade & BBQ Sale Set For Saturday
GREENBRIER TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – A somewhat lighter but well-spirited crowd attended the 2020 Turning of the Pig in Greenbrier Friday afternoon. It’s hard to hold back a good crowd if you have a good cause, case in point, the Greenbrier Band Boosters.
We have added some photos for you to enjoy and don’t forget, Saturday’s Greenbrier’s 4th of July parade at 10 am and BBQ sale!
“Thanks to Greenbrier Band Boosters and all their supporters for a splendid “Turning of the Pig” 2020. Awesome music all night by all the performers. Thanks to all the folks who patronized Greenbrier Historical Society’s booth for lemonade, ice cream and soft drinks too. Let’s do it again next year!! Don’t forget our 4th of July Parade Sat. 10 AM, proud to have our own Bobby Bobcat as Grand Marshal. Come on out!,” Sheila Watts President of the Greenbrier Historical Society.”
Saturday July 4th Annual Greenbrier BBQ Sale 6am-noon:
Pork by the pound, Whole Boston Butts, Family Packs!
Hundreds of pounds of pork were cooked on open pits during the festival and pulled pork will be available for sale by the pound beginning Saturday morning July 4th at the concession stand behind City Hall beginning 6:00 AM until noon, or until it’s gone.
BBQ: $10/lb, $18 for 2lbs, $24 for 3lbs.
All profits generated from this event will go to support the amazing band program at Greenbrier High School.
Greenbrier July 4th- PARADE @ 10AM
Bobby The Bobcat Will Be Grand Marshal for the July 4th parade!
The parade is set to begin at 10am and starts at Greenbrier Elementary School and travels down Hwy. 41 to the Greenbrier Middle School. Social distancing is encouraged for spectators. No items will be thrown from vehicles this year according to parade coordinators.
“I am so thankful and honored to be this year’s Greenbrier 4th of July parade Grand Marshal! I can’t wait to celebrate this great American holiday by seeing all of you at the parade! The 4th of July parade starts at 10 a.m. Line up the streets from GES to GMS! Please make sure you all practice social distancing and other Covid-19 guidelines when attending the 4th of July parade! Let’s all have fun while staying safe!” 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 #lovemytown #lovemycommunity #gbp #4thofJuly #LoveYouAll