Organizer cancel 2020 41-A Festival

{Art Courtesy of the 41-A Festival}

TULLAHOMA — Wednesday afternoon, the Highland Rim Kiwanis – the sponsors of the annual 41-A Festival – announced that they will be cancelling this year’s event due to the COVID-19 situation.

The event’s been held every September in historic, downtown Tullahoma for the last 10 consecutive years. The event raises money for children’s charities throughout southern, middle Tennessee as part of the Kiwani’s mission to “change the world one child at a time.”

According to the group’s social media, the festival will resume on September 24-25 in 2021. •

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