February 2016 Events in Tennessee

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12th Annual Reelfoot Eagle Festival  – Feb. 5-7, Tiptonville (pictured) 
Come and enjoy a fun-filled weekend at Reelfoot Lake. Eagle Tours are available along with bird of prey shows, children’s activities, art and photo contests, birding photography tours, and much more. CONTACT: (731) 253-2007, reelfoottourism.com

National Field Trial Championships at Ames Plantation – Feb. 8-18, Grand Junction
Visitors of all ages are encouraged to come out and watch the best bird dogs in the country test their hunting skills, strength and endurance to see who will be the next Grand Champion. CONTACT: 901-878-1067, amesplantation.org

Ladies Valentine’s Tea – Feb. 12, Jonesborough
Join us at the International Storytelling Center for a variety of teas, light refreshments and entertainment. Seating is limited; Reserve your space. CONTACT: (423) 753-1010, jonesboroughtn.org

Fog Festival – Feb. 12-14, Monteagle
The Monteagle Chamber of Commerce puts on this event featuring tree days of activities, learning opportunities and open houses. Follow the Fog Fest signs at participating businesses to find free pottery lessons, music, snacks and more. CONTACT: (931) 924-5353, monteaglechamber.com

Southern Equine Expo – Feb. 20-22, Murfreesboro
The Southern Equine Expo returns to the Tennessee Miller Coliseum in Murfreesboro for the third year. Attendees will enjoy clinics presented by nationally known horsemen, educational seminars and hands-on demonstrations. New to this year’s expo is competitions including the COLT STARTING competition, Extreme Trail and ranch horse challenge. CONTACT: (615) 962-3655, southernequineexpo.com

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