Celebrate Spring With SDMHA's Antique Car Show Cruise-In April 1

  • Friday, March 31, 2023
Soddy, Daisy & Montlake Historical Association announces their Antique Car Show Cruise-In this Saturday, with "Plenty Burgers" served from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at 11298 Wall Street (corner of Wall and Depot Streets).

The outdoor Cruise-in is free and a donation of $10 will get you a Plenty Burger meal and Moon Pie, (while they last). Museum admission is $5 for adults and as always, for active and up-to-date members museum admission is free.

Music will be playing with "Rex And The Ramblers" and goes on into the evening, so bring your chairs and stay awhile.
Parking for this event will be at the Soddy Church of God on Back Valley Road in Soddy-Daisy.

Contact Jacob Smith at 423-599-9183 if you have questions or you would like to know more about SDMHA events.

Officials said, "At the Good Old Days museum, we like to keep the traditions of small town America alive as closely as possible. The 1921 bank building and the Durham Coal & Iron Company, as owners of the Soddy coal mines, were located here on Wall Street across from the Rathburn Depot. Come see the company store or visit the old vault. To celebrate the latest book from Steve Smith, there is a display of Soddy-Daisy's finest, our soldiers who served during World War II who were from this area. Regular museum hours are 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Friday and Saturdays.

"SDMHA plans to be at upcoming community events and parks throughout the year including Poe's Tavern Historical Park or the Big Soddy Creek Gulf. SDMHA will have tours, lectures and demonstrations coming up, so follow us on Facebook or check the new website (under construction). And SDMHA loves sharing history with our local students and large groups, please call if you have a class or would like to make arrangements for a special tour of the museum."

The Soddy, Daisy, Montlake Historical Association (SDMHA) is a registered 501c(3) organization.
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