White Bluff’s 8th annual Main Street Festival is bigger and better than ever with a second music stage, larger car show and a quilt show added to Saturday’s events. More than 80 vendor booths are expected, with a variety of products and food. The festival will be noon-7 pm Saturday on Main Street in the heart of downtown White Bluff with activities also at the White Bluff Community Center and the White Bluff Church of Christ. Music stages will be located at the north and south ends of Main Street in the festival area. Near the intersection with Highway 70 will be the acoustic stage with smaller acts while the Big Band Stage will be located at the south end near the railroad tracks. A variety of performers are scheduled, including White Bluff’s own Jonathan Wells, who won the Tennessee title in the Texaco Country Showdown last weekend. The Courthouse Quilters Guild presents a quilt show Friday and Saturday at the White Bluff Church of Christ. The 2nd annual Bruiser Dawson Car Show will be at the community center 10 am-3 pm Saturday. The show has expanded from a cruise-in to a show with trophies in categories for cars, motorcycles and tractors. The $10 entry fee benefits Feed the Bluff. The Creek Wood High School Virtual Enterprise class is sponsoring the 5th annual Red Hawk 5K run starting at 9 am at the community center. For more information on the 8th annual White Bluff Main Street Festival, call Dixie Kerr at 797-3131.