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LIVE SEPT. 1-OCT. 1 Elvis Has Left the Building [PG] Cumberland County Playhouse Adventure Theater 221 Tennessee Ave. Showtimes vary | $16-$30 It’s Dec. 20, 1970 — and the King of Rock’n’Roll has disappeared. No one, not even his wily manager, “The Colonel,” knows of his whereabouts. But The Colonel is all shook up because he has racked up a secret debt — and the only way to pay it off is to find an Elvis impersonator within 24 hours. Hijinks ensue as The Colonel takes deperate measures to replace a man who is irreplaceable while keeping a reporter at bay and figuring out what happened to the real Elvis. 931-484-5000 | ccplayhouse.com SEPT. 12 Christmas on the Mountain Benefit Motorcycle Ride Cumberland County Community Complex 1398 Livingston Rd. 8 a.m.-1 p.m. | $25 per motorcycle, $15 per passenger The 13th annual benefit ride raises funds for the annual holiday program while sending motorcycle enthusiasts on a tour of the Cumberland County countryside. Entry fee includes a barbecue lunch. Rain date is Sept. 26. christmasonthemountain.org MUSIC Reservations and/or a cover charge may be required. Please call ahead. SEPT. 2 Drew Robbins Lake Tansi Restaurant & Bar 103 Country Club Rd. 6-8 p.m. 931-788-6717 SEPT. 5 Jesse Black Music Spike’s Sports Grille 4568 Peavine Rd. 6-10 p.m. 931-202-2989 SEPT. 6 Nehemiah Horst Cumberland County Playhouse Outdoor Theater 221 Tennessee Ave. 6 p.m. 931-484-5000 SEPT. 18-20 Mother-Daughter Weekend Nakanawa Camp for Girls 1084 Camp Nakanawa Rd. 3 p.m. Friday-noon Sunday | $125-$175 Perfect for ages 5-11, this camp for mothers and daughters from youth to adult gives an introduction to camp and the great outdoors. Those attending will sleep in a cabon, tour camp, canoe on the lake, ride horses, zipline, eat s’mores, go on a hayride, learn camp songs and meet counselors and campers in a preview of Nakanawa. Newcomers and Nakanawa alums are welcome to participate. Registration required. 931-277-3711 | campnakanawa.com COMING SOON OCT. 15-16 Fairfield Glade United Methodist Craft Fair Village Green Mall 126 Stonehenge Dr. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Shop for fall, Christmas and all-occasion crafts and décor at the church’s annual sale. ffgumc.org 931-484-3473 SEPT. 18-20 Gambler 500 Tennessee 223 Buckridge Rd. 9 a.m. Friday-3 p.m. Sunday | $40 camping pass Clunkers and junkers descend on “Gamblerville” for activities and roaming the Cumberland County mountainside in a weekend rally. Organizers are expecting more than 1,000 people and 500 cars. Camping is not required to participate, but Gambler veterans say it’s a big part of the fun with activities that include the Mudbowl after dark, the Quarry challenge, music and fireworks. Camp is open only to ages 18 and older. Waypoints will be given out at the camp entrance at 6 a.m. Saturday. 931-287-4355 OCT. 30-31 Fairfield Glade Crafters Fall/ Christmas Craft Show Village Green Mall 126 Stonehenge Dr. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday Lots to see and buy at annual sale. Shirley Butka 931-484-9611 SEPT. 11 Larry Scroggs Band Live in the House Grinder House Coffee 73 N. Main St. 6 p.m. 931-707-0440 SEPT. 25 Melissa Ellis Bootleggers Bar and Grille 287 Hwy. 70 E. 8 p.m.- midnight 931-337-0449 SEPT. 19 Plateau Alzheimer’s Tennessee Parade Fairfield Glade Police Department 5160 Peavine Rd. 10:30 a.m. Dress up vehicles and pets for this fundraising parade to support Tennesseans and their families facing Alzheimer’s disease. alzTennessee.org 931-526-8010 Cumberland Now • September 2020 | 31