Barn Day – A dedicated to barns, the structures used by farmers to house animals, equipment, grain, and hay. The word is derived from an Old English word, bere, meaning barley, and aem, meaning storage place. #BarnDay
This day is celebrated the second Sunday in July of each year. In 2020, that is on July 12.
When we think of barns we usually think of the red barn. In my area a lot of the barns near popular roads will have the roof painted black, with white lettering saying SEE ROCK CITY!
Yet there is another barn! The Comedy Barn in Pigeon Forge. They have a family-friendly clean humor. You have to check them out.
First published July 13, 2019. Last updated or republished July 9, 2020.