Welcome to the Monroe Music Camp website! We are proud to offer original bluegrass music instruction on Mandolin, Fiddle, Banjo, Guitar, Upright Bass, and Harmony Singing-the quintessential instrumentation of a Bluegrass Band! Our 6th Annual Monroe Mandolin Camp will be: SEPTEMBER 18-22, 2019.
Over the years, Original Blue Grass Boys: Roland White, Tom Ewing, Blake Williams, Mark Hembree, Glen Duncan, Byron Berline, Bob Black, Robert Bowlin, Bobby Hicks, Mark Kuykendall, Mike Bub, Buddy Spicher, and James Monroe have joined our world class instructors, luthiers, and special presentors including: Mike Compton, David Davis, Skip Gorman, John Keith, Mark Royal, Casey Campbell, Chris Henry, Paul Duff, Will Kimble, Raymond Huffmaster, Mississippi Chris Sharp, Tony Willianson, Richie Brown, Lauren Price, Sharon Gilchrist, Alan O’Bryant (Banjo), Adam Tanner (Old-Time Track), Walter Carter, Martin Fisher, Lynn Dudenbostel, Richie Brown, Brian Christianson, Rich del Grosso (Blues), Tom Ellis, Caleb Klauder (Old-Time Track), Jody Stecher (guitar & vocal), Alan Munde (banjo), Matt Flinner (Play-It-Forward Track), and many others.
Read more… monroemandolincamp.com/
The Beecken Center of the School of Theology is partnering with Listening Hearts Ministries to offer two intensive, four-day retreats to train participants in the art of facilitating and mentoring spiritual discernment groups using the Listening Hearts approach. Held at the DuBose Conference Center in Monteagle, Tennessee, the retreats will include communal meditation activities; workshops that teach the practical aspects of teaching spiritual discernment; and a series of discernment sessions, each of which is followed by a reflective review to gain insight into the elements that bring forth fruitful discernment.
For more information & to register: beeckencenter.sewanee.edu/events/listening-hearts-2019-2020
Highlander Research & Education Center: Commemorative Event
July 31, 2019, 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Join Highlander Staff, Board members, family & friends for a 60th Anniversary Commemoration of the July 31, 1959 raid by local & state authorities that led to the forced removal of Highlander from our first home in Grundy County, Tennessee.
July 31, 2019
5:30-6:00pm CDT *Arrive, walk the grounds & conversations with Highlander staff, family, and friends
6:00-7:00pm CDT Ceremony to commemorate the raid Summerfield, TN (near Monteagle, TN)
For out of town guests, send area lodging inquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
*Park personal vehicles at DuBose Conference Center (635 College Street, Monteagle, TN 37356). A shuttle service from/to DuBose will be available.
The mission of Chattanooga Institute for Faith and Work is to engage women and men to live more fully with Christ through all of life, to bear witness to the gospel in all of culture, and to serve the needs of the world through their day-to-day work.
Independence Day Bash
July 3, 2019
5:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: DuBose Conference Center (635 College Street, Monteagle TN)
- Bouncy House
- Pool Open 5pm - 8pm
- Fireworks at 9pm
HOSTED BY David Sampley & the Town of Monteagle
Admission to this community event is FREE.
Parent / guardian must accompany children under 18 at all times.
Join the Diana Dice / Atlanta Arts Group this May for an inspiring week of plein-air painting around beautiful Monteagle, Tennessee. You do not have to be from Atlanta to join in - locals and visitors welcome. Lodging available on-site. Let the creativity happen!.. (More)