One of the more fun events this spring will be the Double DQ Quest, which takes in a lot of the Tweetsie Trail, includes both the Dairy Queen in Johnson City and the Dairy Queen in Elizabethton, and will benefit ARM Ministries. And you get free ice cream. ELIZABETHTON — With the rapidly approaching season premiere of the weekly Carter County Car Club Cruise-in, with the premiere Northeast Tennessee bicycle races just a little further back, and with a handful of footraces and fun walks also scheduled, there will be plenty of spring activities taking place in the next few months.
The Carter County Car Club will continue every Saturday night, except when the weather is bad, from the first Saturday in April through the last Saturday in October. The shows run from 5-9 p.m. in downtown Elizabethton. There is no restrictions on the type, model, year, or value of the cars. If you are proud enough to show it, the car is welcome to be a part of the Cruise-in.
One food that has always been popular in the spring is ice cream, and that is the focus of an event which is a fundraiser for one of Carter County’s most important charities. The Double DQ Quest will take place on Saturday, April 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The name comes from the fact that participants will walk, run or bike from the Johnson City Dairy Queen, taking the Tweetsie Trail all the way to the Dairy Queen […]