Carrollton Pilgrimage, Oct. 5-6, 2018

If you’re looking for something to do now that the weather is . . . well, fall-like is too optimistic, but at least it’s not as summerlike as it has been . . . then plan to attend the Carrollton Pilgrimage and Pioneer Day this Friday or Saturday, October 5 and 6. For a taste of what you will see, including the amazing woodwork of James Clark Harris, see my Carrollton Pilgrimage Report from back when this blog was new.

From the Pilgrimage Facebook page.

Join us for a journey through historic Carrollton October 5-6, 2018. Call 662-237-6910 to book a private tours.
Carrollton Pilgrimage and Pioneer Day will be October 5-6, 2018, with historic homes, local churches, historic Merrill Building, Gee’s Store, and the Masonic Lodge. Tickets are available at the Pilgrimage Headquarters. Adult tickets are $25.00, and children’s tickets (K-12th grade) are $10.
Schedule of Events:

FRIDAY:
8:30 am – Pilgrimage Tickets on sale
9 am – Homes Open
5 pm Pilgrimage Closes
SATURDAY: (The Fun Day!) Big Day on the Square
8:30 am – Pilgrimage Tickets on sale
9 am – Homes and Booths Open on Courthouse Square
LIVE MUSIC on Courthouse Lawn
5pm – Pilgrimage closes



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  1. This will be an especially interesting Pilgrimage for Carrollton, as they are celebrating the 50th anniversary of “The Reivers,” which filmed there for about a month in 1968. Even bringing back that gorgeous yellow 1904 Winton Flyer, which has been in a museum somewhere for the last half-century. When the movie folks came looking for a town that could be Faulkner’s “Jefferson,” all they had to do was cover up Carrollton’s lone gas station with a livery stable facade and put some dirt down on the streets. Magic.

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