Artifact Show in Loretto

Items from the Loretto  Artifact Show.  (Courtesy photo)

LORETTO – The Loretto, Tennessee Indian Artifact & Collectables Show takes place Saturday, January 18 from 8am-3pm. Admission is free. 

Arrowheads and tools made by early inhabitants of the Americas will be featured. There will also be displays of Civil War artifacts, bottles, coins, pocketknives, fossils, and other collectables.

There will be people displaying from all over the southeast as well as local collectors. Attending this year will be Dwight Phillips, local knife maker and celebrity from Forged in Fire TV show. Also attending will be Dennis Bushey Artifact Restorer, Jerry Dickey Appraiser, and Charles Moore, Author of a new book on DeSoto, in addition to many other collectors from the area. 

The Loretto Band Boosters will also have food and desserts for sale to raise money for the band. 

Come and support the band, have a good home-made meal, and see history on display.