It’s Jumpin’ in Jefferson

Spring has finally sprung! Yeah! I for one am tired of snow and the cold. After the coldest winter in 33 years, I feel like we have earned the right of a spectacular spring.
Besides all of the beautiful flowers that are starting to bloom, there are other signs of renewal. One of them being all of the festivals going on here in Jefferson. I don’t know if you have taken a peek at the Calendar of Events…wow! It is good to come out of hibernation.
Easter Weekend – Truly a weekend that has something for everyone. The citywide rummage sale will be going on. There is no better way to find that little something that you have been looking for. The Historic Jefferson Railway will be hosting the Easter Egg Express complete with an Easter Egg hunt and Easter Train. No weekend would be complete without live entertainment at Auntie Skinners. Wes Jeans will be playing a couple of sets on Saturday night.
4/9 – 4/10 – It is National Library Week and the Historic Jefferson Railway will be celebrating by giving a 10% discount to everyone who donates a book. The semi-annual paranormal conference, History, Haunts and Legends will be on Saturday. It is sure to be a spooky good time! If you are hungry after all of this, then the Marion County Chamber of Commerce will be putting on the 4th Annual Crawfish Boil on the Bayou. It will be good food, good music and good suds.
4/16 – 4/18 – The 10th Annual Outlaw Nationals Rod Run & Antique Car Show and the 8th Annual Diamond Don’s Riverport National Vintage Motocross makes this one of the year’s premier events here in Jefferson. There are only a few rooms left in the entire town so make reservations now.
4/23 – 4/24 – Do you love the Gone with the Wind movie and everything that goes with it. This weekend we will be celebrating the Tara in Texas festival. Bonnie Blue Butler will be the Guest of Honor at this year’s event. There will even be a big rig with airbrushed mural of the movie on hand for you to look at.
So come out of hibernation and come on down. It is Jumpin’ in Jefferson

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