Shortcuts October 10 2001
Teams like "Smokin' 101," "Two Fat Larrys" and "Pig Newton," will compete at the 13th annual Jack Daniel's World Champion Invitational Barbecue Oct. 27. Besides a plethora of tasty barbecue to sample, there will be a country dog contest, butt bowling and free tours of the Jack Daniel's Distillery. 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Free. Jack Daniel Distillery. Call 615-279-4135.
Drink up clogging, country-western dancing, gospel singing and storytelling at the 34th Annual Mountain Moonshine Festival Oct. 27-28. Festivities also include a parade on Saturday morning and a car show at Thunder Road on Sunday. (No moonshine, though — that's illegal.) Sponsored by the StarBright Foundation to benefit the needy children of Dawson County. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Call 706-265-6278 or go to www.dawson.org.
'Tis the season to be frightened. The Holy City becomes the haunted city with every step you take on the Lowcountry Ghost Walk. Hear about "The Ghost of the Whistling Doctor," "The Story of Sue Howard's Ghost" or maybe even "The Legend of the Gullah Boo Hag" as you weave through the graveyards and alleys of one the nation's oldest cities. The Original Charleston Walks. 581/2 Broad St. 1-800-729-3420. www.charlestonwalks.com.
-- Jane Catoe and Shelby Stanger??