Big Sandy Fire Chief Larry Waters has announced that the new Big Sandy Fire Hall will have an Open House on Sunday October 23 at 2pm. There will be a short address by Bob Nunley, Fire Chief of the Greenfield, Tn Fire Department. Following, the public will be able to tour the facility and enjoy light refreshments. Everyone is invited.Read More
The 12th Annual Kentucky Lake Waterfowl Festival returns to Big Sandy, TN City Park on Saturday, August 6th. Hosted by the Paris-Henry County Chapter of Ducks Unlimited, the event will have 50 exhibitors from six states on hand with displays ranging from new calls and motion decoys to boats, clothing, ammo, and more. The festivity will again be held in conjunction with the TWRA public drawings for duck blinds along Kentucky Lake wildlife management areas, which means a guaranteed crowd! For the last decade the event has averaged drawing 3,000-plus waterfowlers each day to the festival searching for everything from new duck and goose calls to the latest in camouflage clothing, retrievers, taxidermists, boats, motors, outfitters, new trucks, ATVs, decoys, and more.
Plans are underway for the 41st Big Sandy Spring Festival! As always, the festival is held during Memorial Day weekend. This year the dates are May 27 and 28. The theme this year is Circus because our festival is the greatest show in Big Sandy! Start thinking about ideas for decorating your entries in the parade according to the theme for great prize money.or the 41st Annual Big Sandy Spring Festival May 27 & 28th.
Friday night dance to the country sound of our very own Tennessee River Band, then Saturday all day for the Big Sandy Car Show, marvel at the classic cars from all over and vote for your favorite. Parade starts at 10 am, carnival rides, concessions, crafts and music all day featuring Hidden Creek Band...Read More
The Big Sandy Chamber of Commerce met on Monday night to make plans for the annual Spring Festival coming up on memorial Day weekend. For the last several years the Festival has been a three day event but the Chamber has decided to make this years festival only a two-day event.
There will be a seminar to explain Veterans Benefits on Saturday January 27 from 10am-2pn at the Big Sandy Senior Citizens Center. The free seminar will be sponsored by the American legion Post #228 in Big Sandy. All veterans are welcome. For more information you mat call Gary Evans at 901-299-4814 or 593-5737.Read More