Semi-Annual Winchester Wriggle Scheduled for May 3

Arts & Entertainment


The Winchester Wriggle Art and Music Crawl, which began in 2014, is a not-for-profit event created to promote the growth of downtown Winchester and to raise awareness and interest in the prospering new programs being offered to adults, teens, and children alike.

Winchester Wriggle 2019 is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. on Friday, May 3 and will run until 9 p.m.

All are invited to enjoy live music, fine art, shopping, refreshments and more.

For those interested in live music, performances will be presented by the following: Alison McCormick at Swafford’s Property Shop, Bright Box Play Kit at The White Rabbit, Ricky Russell at Branchwater Distillery, Freeman Hindman at Take Two Boutique, Locke and Loaded at the Kiwanis Club Amphitheater, David Watson at John T’s BBQ, The DifferenTs at Above Average Boutique and Bad Nayber at The Back Porch Pub & Grill.

There will also be live music and a children’s art activity at Vision Church, as well as a spring student piano recital at Let’s Make A Note Piano Studio.

For those interested in art, the Franklin County student art show will be hosted at the Franklin County Courthouse . There will also be a live mural painting by Emily May-Ragland at The Back Porch Pub & Grill, art by Jennifer Liebig at Let’s Make A Note Piano Studio, work by Lil Lee Copper at Branchwater Distillery, photos by Ricky Davis at Take Two Boutique, work by Ken Uselton at John T’s BBQ and art by Ashley Prince at Above Average Boutique. 

The Back Porch Pub & Grill will also host a tasting by Cuestión Tequila. 

The primary objective of the Winchester Wriggle is to raise awareness and money for the TN New Life Center, which is an art program that provides developmentally- and physically-challenged adults with opportunities to engage in productive and fulfilling activities.