Tall Tale Tellers return to the Civic League to spin yarns appropriate for all ages March 31. Clever Alehouse Food Truck arrives at 5:00. Enjoy s'mores at the bonfire. Storytelling starts promptly at 6:30 Come and hear real live entertainers instead of electronic devices. Have fun!
Adults and children love to hear stories. Here a Teller from the Cleveland Storytellers Guild entertains the crowd gathered on the Civic League stage last year. Come and hear tall tales like those famous on April Fool's Day. Cleve Alehouse Food Truck at 5:00. Enjoy s'mores at the bonfire before the storytelling begins at 6:30.
Judy Baker, president of the Cleveland Storyteller Guild, holds the crowd spellbound as she tells a long shaggy-dog story about a foolish young man pursuing his heart's desire. Judy is an award-winning Teller, and she will return on March 31 to tell more engaging stories. Stories begin promptly at 6:30. Grab a bite to eat from Clever Alehouse Food Truck at 5:00. Enjoy s'mores for dessert.
Everyone seemed to enjoy old fashioned fun at A Very MERRY MOUNTAIN CHRISTMAS
The bonfire was a big hit
Santa and Mrs. Claus loved seeing everyone at the Civic League
Board member Mark Dwyer cooked brats for our guests.
The scene inside was magical.
Signal Mt's own John Glass, III, who served in the Air Force in Vietnam, receives a certificate of honor from Fran Randolph, Quilts Of Valor.
Left to right, Mark McGowan accepting for Brad Henessee; John Glass, III; Steven R. King; Birchie Moore; Joshua Botts, and Fran Randolph, presenter.
Stephen R King, who now lives on Signal Mt., served in the Army 1993-2021 in Bosnia, Afghanistan, and Cyprus
Birchie Moore Volunteered to be dropped by rope into a foxhole to seek out VietCong in Vitnam.
Joshua Botts, Army 2007-2017, served two combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan
Civic League president, Karen Stone, shows a Patriotic Banjo donated as a fundraising gift. The banjo will be given away to a lucky winner in October.
Join us June 18 from 4:00 till dusk when the WR Civic League celebrates its 101st Birthday.
Free cupcakes, ice cream & balloons. Donaiion requested $7 per person or $20 per family.
Music 4:00 till dusk. Vendors. Children's play area. Food: BBQ, hamburgers, hot dogs, beer
Volunteers Mary Ball, Mickey Robbins, Karen Stone, Winston Robbins, Doug MacPike, Byron Dobrough, Mike Harvey, Carolyn Longphre, Bill Bell enjoy pizza
Basement crew: Mickey Robbins, Doug MacPike, Mike Harvey, Bill Bell, Carolyn Longphre, Karen Stone, Byron Dobrough and Winston Robbins
Some old things found in the basement, like this little horse, will be restored to use again.
NEW at the WR Civic League is the addition of King's Pig Bar B Que truck which will be on site for Mt Opry and many other occasions. Welcome.
Volunteers who provide refreshments enjoy meeting you. Be sure and stop by when you attend a performance at the Mt. Opry.
Signal Mt. Mirror published a story about saving the structures at Walden's Ridge Civic League. The buildings are badly in need of restoration.
A Happy Fiddler remains only as a Ghost on the front of the Auditorium. Note the siding is badly deteriorated and needs replacing.
WRCL proudly hosts Soccer Shots, a young children’s soccer program focusing on character development through coaching, communication and curriculum.
Walden's Ridge Guild invites you to join the nonprofit organization which is responsible for the Memorial Day picnic at McCoy Farm & Gardens May 30.
Thanks to Senators Bo Watson & Randy McNally and Representatives Patsy Hazlewood & Cameron Sexton for Tennessee Senate Proclamation honoring 100 years
Kids took front row as they listened to a Warm Story about a bear and a squirrel. They seemed to enjoy a real live performance instead of a video.
A tall tale is sometimes disguised as a personalized Warm Story. This raconteur is a motivational speaker and also teaches public speaking
The crowd enjoyed Hot Cider and gingerbread along with Warm Stories as they gathered informally around the storytellers on the stage.
In January an enthusiastic crowd greeted the String Quintet from the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera and enjoyed the refreshments following.
As Isaac played to a full house December 20 and 21st. It is an honor to host them for their Family Christmas concerts. Rent the space for your event.
Walden's Ridge Civic League, dressed for Christmas, opens our doors to welcome you and your organization at any time of year. Ask about renting space.
Mountain Cove Bluegrass Band and Friends
Friends form a windbreak so John Stone can light the bonfire.
The Gingerbread House contest entries inspired awe in some.
Everyone love Santa Claus. Here Vice President, Carolyn Longphre gives Santa an appreciative hug.
Amy Slovak and Paul Thornton served up smiles along with great food.
Gary Slovak and Roxie Thornton prepared Popcorn and pulled-pork sandwiches for a crowd of about 300.
SMMHS Chorus, under the direction of Kristen Wiram, performed along with singer Marian Wagner.
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