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Singer-songwriter Will Overman brings spring tour to Knoxville
Charlottesville, Virginia based singer-songwriter, Will Overman, sets off on his first headlining tour of 2020 with a stop in Knoxville.

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Renovam, new professional choir, presents “Renewed in Love,” in Knoxville/Oak Ridge
KNOXVILLE - Renovam, a newly formed professional choir, will present a concert titled, “Renewed in Love” on Saturday, Feb. 15 and on Sunday, Feb. 16
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Historic Ramsey House to host upcoming events
The Historic Ramsey House is hosting several events in February and March.

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emporium center art exhibitions'Lieutenant Dan' actor garners award for decades of supporting troops, vets
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old mill restaurant pigeon forgeFood & Wine cites Old Mill Restaurant among America’s ‘Best Classic Restaurants’
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emporium center art exhibitions
Emporium Center opens new exhibitions
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hayes carllPuckett’s launches “Puckett’s Loves Pigeon Forge” campaign for February
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Award winning singer/songwriter, David Wilcox, returns to Knoxville Full story
hayes carllAbingdon announces new winter music series at historic Barter Theatre
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the infiltrators
The Infiltrators coming to Clayton Center for the Arts
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Knoxville Opera features blockbuster
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southern skies music festival
Introducing Southern Skies Music Festival by Dogwood Arts
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Bailey Opportunity Grants available for individuals, organizations
The Arts & Culture Alliance is pleased to announce Ann and Steve Bailey Opportunity Grants, a funding program through the Arts & Heritage Fund.

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Request for new plays for 2021 staged reading series
The WordPlayers is opening up submissions for its 2021 Staged Reading Series at The Square Room in downtown Knoxville.

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Arts in the Airport call for entries, deadline Feb 24
The Arts & Culture Alliance of Greater Knoxville and the Metropolitan Knoxville Airport Authority (McGhee Tyson Airport) announce a call for entries for the 22nd Arts in the Airpor.

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Shoney’s Restaurant at 2612 Chapman Highway reopens
KNOXVILLE - Shoney’s of Knoxville, Inc. has reopened its location at 2612 Chapman Highway after undergoing major renovations.

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Participate in 6th annual Tennessee Medieval Faire
KNOXVILLE - Darkhorse Entertainment, LLC, invites you to participate in the 6th Tennessee Medieval Faire in Harriman.

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Alcatraz East offers new community programs
PIGEON FORGE, TN – Alcatraz East Crime Museum has several programs coming up in February. The new online Crime Museum Book Club, Local Appreciation Days, and applications are now open for the 3rd Annual Graffiti Art Contest.

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MovieMaker Magazine names Knoxville in 2020 Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker
KNOXVILLE – The Visit Knoxville Film Office today announced Knoxville has been named one of MovieMaker’s Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker in 2020, ranking seventh out of 10 smaller cities and towns.

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Alcatraz East Crime Museum offers special programs for Scouting Troops in 2020
Alcatraz East Crime Museum, located in Pigeon Forge, will offer a range of special programs for Girl and Boy Scout troops throughout 2020.

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Grammy winning Casting Crowns extends ‘O Nly Jesus’ tour into 2020 with special guest Matthew West
GRAMMY® winning multi-platinum group Casting Crowns has announced the band will perform at Knoxville Civic Auditorium on March 26.

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Top names headline ORCMA’s ongoing 75th Anniversary Season
OAK RIDGE, TN — The Oak Ridge Civic Music Association continues its 75th anniversary celebration, presenting special fundraising concerts and events plus five concerts in the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra, Chorus, and Chamber Music Series from February through May.

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Big South Fork NRRA annual photo contest deadline set for 2020
ONEIDA, TN - The Big South Fork National River and Recreation area has set the deadline for submitting entries into the 2020 Big South Fork photography contest at 4:30 p.m. ET on Friday, July 31, 2020.

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Price is Right Live™ comes to Civic Auditorium
The Knoxville Civic Auditorium will play host to The Price is Right Live™ stage show on Thursday, April 9, 2020.

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AC Entertainment lands three spots on Paste Magazine’s list of Top 14 Music Festivals of 2019
Paste Magazine, a leading digital chronicle of the music and entertainment business, has named three AC Entertainment productions to its list of the Best Music Festivals of 2019.

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Buttonwillow Civil War Theater sheds new light on the events and people from Civil War
PIGEON FORGE, TN – Buttonwillow Civil War Theater's new 540 seat theater has opened its doors.

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National Juried Exhibition of 2020 call to artists
The Arts & Culture Alliance developed its National Juried Exhibition to provide a forum for artists to compete on a national scale and display their work.

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Call for proposals for 2020-2021 exhibition season at the Emporium
The Arts & Culture Alliance of Greater Knoxville announces a call for proposals for the 2020-2021 exhibition season at the Emporium.

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Marty Stuart photography exhibit comes to birthplace of Country Music Museum
BRISTOL, TN - Country music star Marty Stuart is well known for his talents on stage, but a lesser-known fact about the five-time Grammy winner is that he also possesses an eye for photography.

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The Clayton Center for the Arts announces 2019-2020 season line up
The Clayton Center for the Arts announces the 2019-2020 Season line up. Season tickets are now on sale, with individual tickets for each show on sale at a later date.

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Special Events Calendar:

Feb 7-23
Tennessee Stage Company: Raft
Broadway Academy of Performing Arts, 706 N Broadway, Knoxville, TN 37917
Tennessee Stage Company Presents its 25th Annual NEW PLAY FESTIVAL with a World Premiere Production of Carolyn Thomas and Harrison Young’s RAFT. RAFT is a slice-of-life comedy about two friends stranded on a bouncy castle in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. As they wait for uncertain rescue, secrets can make their way to the surface. Can their friendship survive lies, sexual tension, and sun poisoning?
Performances are Friday and Saturday at 8:00 PM and Sunday at 2:00 PM. Tickets are general admission for $15. Up to three students may attend for one penny per adult.
www.tennesseestage.com

Friday, February 14
Knoxville Food Tours
1:30-4:30 p.m.
Gay St./Market Square
“The Flavors of Knoxville”
$99 per person

Feb. 14, 6-7:30
Love Stories!
Vienna Coffee House, 212 College St, Maryville, TN
Entertainment presented by Professional Storytellers Fred Goddard, Sheri Liles, Delmas Franklin. Members of Smoky Mountain Storytellers Association, wwwsmokymountaintellers.org. Coffee and desserts available. Free Parking. Donations greatly appreciated. Call 865-429-1783 for more info.

Saturday, February 15
Knoxville Food Tours
2:00-5:00 p.m.
Knoxville’s Old City
“Legends and Modern Local Flavors”
$99 per person

February 15, 8 pm
The Smoky Mountaineers
Laurel Theater
Old-time & Bluegrass music with Frank and Allie Lee and Bradley Adams of the Freight Hoppers and Frank Bronson of the Tennessee Stifflegs on fiddle.
Frank Lee, Allie Lee and Bradley Adams of the legendary Freight Hoppers are joined by Knoxville fiddler Frank Bronson for powerful old-time and bluegrass music. Frank Lee has played banjo since he was eighteen years old. He founded the influential old time band the Freight Hoppers in the mid-nineties. Allie Lee was a founding member of the Whipstitch Sallies and has played with Frank and the Freight Hoppers since 2016. Bradley Adams was a founding member of regional acts Sawmill Creek and Commonfolk and a member of the Freight Hoppers from 2008 to 2016. Frank Bronson, son of old-time fiddler Ken Bronson, started playing fiddle at age three and performs regularly with the Tennessee Stifflegs.
Tickets $15 (discounts apply to advance purchase, JCA members, students, seniors 65+)

Sunday, February 16
Knoxville Food Tours
1:30-4:30 p.m.
Gay St./Market Square
“The Flavors of Knoxville”
$99 per person

Friday, February 21
Knoxville Food Tours
1:30-4:30 p.m.
Gay St./Market Square
“The Flavors of Knoxville”
$99 per person

February 21-March 8
Junie B. Jones, Jr. The Musical
Knoxville Children’s Theatre
knoxvillechildrenstheatre.com

Knoxville Children’s Theatre will present Junie B. Jones The Musical JR., a delightful musical adaption from four of the Junie B. Jones series of best-selling books by Barbara Park. This new version is witty and charming with lyrics by Marcy Heisler and music by Zina Goldrich.

It's Junie B.'s first day of first grade, where many changes are in store: Junie's best friend, Lucille, has found new best friends and Junie B. makes friends with Herb, the new kid at school. Also, Junie has trouble reading the blackboard and her teacher, Mr. Scary, thinks she may need glasses. Throw in a friendly cafeteria lady, an intense kickball tournament and a “Top-Secret Personal Beeswax Journal,” and first grade has never been more exciting. Junie B. Jones The Musical JR. is a heartwarming show which follows a tremendously loveable girl as she learns growing up is scary, but it’s also kind of fun.

The live musical will be performed February 21 through March 8, Thursdays and Fridays at 7 PM, Saturdays at 1 PM and 5 PM, and Sundays at 3 PM, with one Sunday evening show on Sunday, March 8th at 7 PM.

Saturday, February 22
Knoxville Food Tours
2:00-5:00 p.m.
Knoxville’s Old City
“Legends and Modern Local Flavors”
$99 per person

February 22, 8 pm & Saturday, May 5, 8 pm
Sparky & Rhonda Rucker - Story & Song
Laurel Theater
Presenting traditional blues and folk repertoires from Civil War days to the present, Sparky Rucker is a highly accomplished banjoist, guitarist, storyteller, historian and humorist. Having learned his craft from master musicians John Shines, Rev. Pearly Brown and Homer Walker, Sparky is proficient in Delta, Piedmont and Mountain acoustic traditions. Harmonica player and vocalist Rhonda Rucker joins Sparky. Her blues-style harmonica, piano, old-time banjo, and bones add musical versatility to their performances. Rhonda has just released a new historical novel Welcome to Bombingham.
Tickets: $15 (discounts apply to advance purchase, JCA members, students & seniors)

Sunday, February 23
Knoxville Food Tours
1:30-4:30 p.m.
Gay St./Market Square
“The Flavors of Knoxville”
$99 per person

February 28
Kukuly and the Gypsy Fuego - Vintage Jazz
Laurel Theater
Kukuly and the Gypsy Fuego is a Knoxville based acoustic ensemble that plays hot jazz inspired by the music of legendary French Gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt, and jazz violinist Stéphane Grappelli. The bands extensive repertoire includes swing standards, ballads, bossa novas, tangos, waltzes, Latin songs and other vintage-jazz sources done in uniquely arranged styles. Playing everything from Django Reinhardt through Gerswhin and Antonio Carlos Jobim. The bands lineup includes guitarist and vocalist Kukuly Uriarte; violinist Seth Hopper; guitarist and vocalist David Bivens; drummer Kevin Kraft; soprano sax, flute and clarinet player Anna Helms and cello player Andy Bryenton.
Tickets: $15 (discounts apply to advance purchase, JCA members, students & seniors)


Saturday Feb. 29
Rothchild Conference Center, 8807 Kingston Pike
10am-4pm
An event for music collectors and music lovers, featuring music dealers from all over the South selling vinyl albums and 45s, plus CDs, music DVDs, memorabilia, and more. Bring your vinyl collections of albums and 45s in for appraisal and purchase and make some extra ca$h - ask for Greg Neal at the admissions table!
Admission $2.00

March 6
Leroy Troy - "The Tennessee Slicker"
Laurel Theater
Leroy Troy delivers a strong solo old-time banjo performance in the tradition of Uncle Dave Macon, Grandpa Jones and Stringbean. At 16 he began studying with Middle Tennessee banjoist Cordell Kemp who had in turn learned much from Macon himself; at 17 he dazzled a nationwide audience on the hit TV show Hee Haw with his banjo expertise and natural gift of comedy.
Tickets: $15 (discounts apply to advance purchase, JCA members, students & seniors)

Saturday, March 7, 8 pm
Bill and the Belles
Laurel Theater

Early Country Music With striking three-part harmonies and masterful instrumentation, Bill and the Belles skillfully breathe new life into the sounds of early country music. At the foothills of the Blue Ridge and the forefront of old time music, Bill and the Belles continue to further the music traditions of their region. From sentimental Southern ballads to the popular songs of Tin Pan Alley to regional fiddle breakdowns, a Bill and the Belles show is a celebration of the diversity country music once represented.

With a rapidly growing reputation throughout the Southeast, Bill and the Belles has shared the stage with many national acts, including Hot Rize, the Gibson Brothers, and Larry Sparks. They continue to play alongside America's top country and roots music artists as the resident band for the historic radio program Farm and Fun Time presented by Radio Bristol and the Birthplace of Country Music. In just a short time, Bill and the Belles have brought their show to the audiences of television and radio broadcasts, and several major festivals around the country.

Lifelong musicians Kris Truelsen, Helena Hunt, Kalia Yeagle, and Andrew Small bring to the stage an uplifting show unlike any other, full of humor, high spirits, and all-around revelry. It's clear this group shares a rare musical connection and deep love for the music, and their excitement is contagious. Bill and the Belles are hitting the road with fervor, eager to share their music with new audiences.

Tickets: $15 (discounts apply to advance purchase, JCA members, students & seniors)





Penny 4 Arts Upcoming Events:

The following guidelines apply to every Penny4Arts event:
• Open to Knox and surrounding County residents (with a few exceptions).
• All children ages 5-15 must be accompanied by a paying adult (age 18 and older) in a ratio not to exceed three children per one adult.
• Proof of Knox and surrounding County residency may be required.
• At least one in a group of up to four students ages 16-18 must purchase a regular adult admission/ticket (if applicable) for the group to be able to participate in Penny4Arts


Marble City Opera: Pinocchio
Sat Feb 1, 11 AM
Lawson McGhee Library, 500 W Church Ave, Knoxville, TN 37902
An operatic version of the children’s literary classic, Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi, based on scenes from operas by W.A. Mozart, G. Donizetti, J. Offenbach, and G.B. Pergolesi.
Stepping into a new and unknown world, Pinocchio is deceived by Wolf and Cate and persuaded to disobey his father by skipping school in order to meet Dr. Dulcamara, a loathsome puppeteer. Realizing the puppet’s value, Dulcamara holds Pinocchio captive, intending to have him perform with his miraculous mechanical doll, Olympia. Puppet and doll become friends, and when Dulcamara breaks Olympia in a fit of rage, Pinocchio runs home to admit his disobedience and ask his father’s forgiveness. Accompanied by a policeman (and an optional chorus of children-police), Pinocchio and his dad lead the authorities to Wolf, Cat and Dulcamara, and the bad guys are run out of town. As Pinocchio resolves to always tell the truth and share his problems with trusted grownups, he and his father head home to repair Olympia and begin life anew as a family of three.

Tickets are free and may be reserved at the Facebook event page.

Advance reservations required? Preferred but not required.


Oak Ridge Chamber Music Series: Concertmaster & Friends with Karen Kartal & Jeff Midkiff
Sat Feb 1, 7:30 PM
Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church, 809 Oak Ridge Turnpike, Oak Ridge, TN 37830
Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra Concertmaster Karen Kartal gathers with friends in this gypsy-themed concert featuring music by Haydn and Brahms, and culminating in a grand collaboration with special guest Jeff Midkiff performing his Quintet No. 2 for Mandolin and Strings (“Gypsy”).
A brief, pre-concert talk begins at 7:00 PM. Adult $25. Young Adult (19-29) $10. Admission is free for Youth 18 and under. Free admission for chaperones of youth groups of 5 or more. Chaperones must call or email to reserve by 3:00 PM on the Thursday prior to the concert. Tickets available at the door, by phone or online.

Advance reservations required? NO


Blount Mansion: Free Admission & Tours
Tue-Fri 10 AM - 5 PM (last tour at 4 PM); Sat 10 AM - 2 PM (last tour at 1 PM)
200 W. Hill Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37902

Come join us at the top of each hour as we take you back into the founding of Knoxville and the state of Tennessee through a tour of the Governor’s house, office, and kitchen as well as the Hopkins Parker Garden. Walk-ins, call ahead, and reservations welcome. Please note, Blount Mansion is open in January & February by appointment only.

Contact: David Hearnes, 865-525-2375, info@blountmansion.org, www.blountmansion.org


Knoxville Classical Guitar: Beijing Guitar Duo
Sat Feb 8, 7 PM
Episcopal Church of the Good Samaritan, 425 North Cedar Bluff Road, Knoxville, TN 37923

Composed of guitarist Meng Su and Yameng Wang, the Beijing Guitar Duo has performed throughout Europe, Asia, and North America. This past season took them to countries such as Germany, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Poland, China, Panama, and the United States. The duo has toured extensively with their mentor Manuel Barrueco, appearing in such countries as Germany, Finland, Spain, Russia, as well as the United States. The Beijing Guitar Duo’s performances and recordings have impressed the public with “an ability and artistry that exceeds their years.” Their debut CD Maracaípe, received a Latin-GRAMMY nomination for the titled piece, which was dedicated to them by renowned guitarist/composer Sergio Assad. Their second CD, Bach to Tan Dun, has been widely noted for the world-premiere recording of Tan Dun’s Eight Memories in Watercolor, specially arranged for the duo by Manuel Barrueco. A recording in trio, China West, with Maestro Barrueco was released in May 2014.

Tickets are available at the door, which opens at 6:30 PM. Concerts are open to all ages. Ticket prices are $20 adult; $5 for students age 12 to 18; and children under 12 admitted free with adult admission. A free reception follows each concert. Seating is general admission, and ten Penny4Arts admissions will be reserved for each concert.

Advance reservations required? NO


East Tennessee Historical Society: Free Museum Admission
Mon-Fri 9 AM - 4 PM; Sat 10 AM - 4 PM; Sun 1-5 PM
601 S. Gay Street, Knoxville, TN 37902

Free admission to the Museum of East Tennessee History for one parent accompanying a participating child. Enjoy compelling stories, interesting artifacts, and colorful characters in the nationally recognized exhibition Voices of the Land: The People of East Tennessee, as well as regularly changing exhibits. Explore your own history and heritage in the premiere regional genealogy research library and the Knox County Archives. Browse the Museum Shop for gifts, books, and souvenirs. Please let the front desk associate at the East Tennessee History Center know that you are attending with the Penny4Arts deal to receive free museum admission.


Historic Ramsey House: Historic Home Tours
Wed-Sat 10 AM - 3 PM
2614 Thorn Grove Pike, Knoxville, TN 37914

Ramsey House was built in 1797 by Knoxville’s first builder, Thomas Hope, for Francis Alexander Ramsey. The structure is significant for original interior and exterior architectural features and its period decorative art collection. The Ramsey Family was one of the first families to settle the Knoxville area. They played vital roles in developing civic, educational and cultural institutions.

Historic Ramsey House offers free tours to Knox, Jefferson and Sevier County students ages 17 and under with a student ID. All children ages 17 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult (age 18 and older) in a ratio not to exceed three children per one adult. We are open Wednesday-Saturday, 10 AM – 3 PM. Please check the “Events” tab on our website for the most up-to-date information on our House Tour times.

Open to students outside of Knox County? YES – Jefferson and Sevier


Historic Westwood: Free Tours
Tue-Thu 10 AM - 4 PM
3425 Kingston Pike, Knoxville

Bring the kids and let one of our wonderful docents tell the story of this special house. Historic Westwood was built in 1890 as a “wedding promise” by John Edwin Lutz for his wife, Ann Adelia Armstrong Lutz, a prominent local artist and daughter of Robert Armstrong (Bleak House) and granddaughter of Drury Paine Armstrong (Crescent Bend). Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, visitors enjoy free tours by trained volunteer docents and can experience grand Gilded Age architecture, a large collection of original art by Adelia Lutz, and beautiful gardens.


James White’s Fort: Tour the Fort
Mon-Fri 10 AM - 3 PM
205 East Hill Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37915

Visit James White’s Fort to experience what life was like in East Tennessee more than 200 years ago! James White’s Fort is the home of James White who settled in Knoxville with a 1,000-acre land grant from the state of North Carolina. Includes White’s first home, furnished with original tools and artifacts from the period. Penny Performance students may enjoy a self-guided tour of the Fort for free with paid Adult admission. No groups.


Knoxville Museum of Art: Tours
Tue-Sat 10 AM - 5 PM; Sun 1-5 PM
1050 World's Fair Park, Knoxville, TN 37916

To schedule a tour please call the museum Monday through Friday at least three weeks in advance. Admission is FREE; one adult chaperone is required for every 15 students. The maximum number for each tour is 60, and larger groups will require two tour times. Last tour at 3:30 PM.

View the ongoing exhibitions: Higher Ground: A Century of the Visual Arts in East Tennessee; Currents: Recent Art from East Tennessee and Beyond, Cycle of Life glass and steel installation, Thorne Miniature Rooms, and Facets of Modern and Contemporary Glass. Additional exhibitions include: Whistler & Company: The Etching Revival (Aug 23 – Nov 10), East TN Regional Student Art Exhibition (Nov 29 – Jan 12), Beauford Delaney and James Baldwin: Through the Unusual Door (Feb 7 – May 10), and Landfall Press 50th Anniversary Show (Jun 7 – Aug 2).

Advance reservations required? YES
Contact: DeLena Feliciano, 865-525-6101 ext. 227, dfeliciano@knoxart.org, www.knoxart.org


Mabry-Hazen House and Bethel Civil War Cemetery: Free Tours
Mon-Fri 11 AM - 5 PM; Sat 10 AM - 3 PM
Free tours are given of the Mabry-Hazen House (1711 Dandridge Ave, Knoxville, TN 37915) and Bethel Civil War Cemetery (1917 Bethel Ave, Knoxville, TN 37915).


These tours give an in-depth perspective into the lives of the families who occupied these homes and also detail the importance of these historical sites. Tours typically start at the top of each hour and are available Monday-Friday 11 AM – 5 PM, Saturday 10 AM – 3 PM, or by appointment.

Advance reservations required? Large groups only.

Open by appointment only in January & February. Contact: 865-522-8661, director@mabryhazen.com, www.mabryhazen.com


Marble Springs State Historic Site: Free Children’s Tours
Wednesdays, 2-4 PM (CLOSED January & February weekdays except by appointment)
1220 W. Governor John Sevier Highway, Knoxville, TN 37920
Marble Springs State Historic site is happy to offer free tours to children ages 5 to 18 from Knox, Blount, and Sevier Counties. Children must be accompanied by at least one paying adult. One paying adult is required for every three children. Visitors should register for their tour at the site cottage. Advance reservations are required for groups with more than six children.

Marble Springs State Historic Site is the last home and farm of John Sevier, Tennessee’ s first governor, who was elected in 1796. Sevier served six terms as Tennessee governor in Knoxville, the state’s first capital city. He also acted as the first and only governor of the short-lived state of Franklin. Sevier was a congressman from the Eastern District for four terms, a high-ranking officer in the North Carolina militia, and a hero at the 1780 battle of Kings Mountain against the British. Farmer, trader, land speculator, soldier, politician, husband, and father of 18 children, John Sevier embodied the pioneer spirit of the day. When he passed away in 1815, the approximate 350-acre Marble Springs had been the home he shared with second wife Catherine Sherrill, or “Bonny Kate”, and his youngest children for more than 15 years. Named for its picturesque and soothing springs and the Tennessee “pink marble” quarried nearby, the site features a period tavern, kitchen, cabin, loom house, and spring house that help interpret Tennessee’s late 18th and early 19th century history

Open to students outside of Knox County? YES – including Blount and Sevier Advance reservations required? Only for groups of more than six children and in January-February Contact: 865-573-5508, info@marblesprings.net, www.marblesprings.net


Pasion Flamenca: Beginner Flamenco Dance Classes
Wednesdays at 4:45 PM
Tennessee Conservatory of Fine Arts, 8701 Unicorn Drive, Knoxville, TN 37923
Beginner Technique & Sevillanas (Studio B) for ages 10 to adult. This class is suitable for individuals who have never taken flamenco classes or those interested in learning this fun Spanish dance. Sevillanas has four parts which can be learned individually. The class will rotate one part (copla) every six weeks throughout the year. No partner is necessary.

Pre-registration is highly suggested but not required. Class is ongoing and drop-ins are allowed. he price for a four-week commitment is $50. Up to two children can join a flamenco class for one penny with the purchase of a monthly tuition for an adult. Both can attend these beginner classes together!

Contact: 865-202-0740, landronescu@tds.net, www.flamencowestknox.com


WDVX: Blue Plate Special
Mon-Sat at 12 PM
WDVX inside the Knoxville Visitor Center, 301 Gay Street, Knoxville, TN 37902

The WDVX Blue Plate Special is a free live music performance every Monday through Thursday and Saturday at noon at the WDVX studio inside the Knoxville Visitor Center (exceptions: Thanksgiving & Christmas). On Fridays, The Blue Plate Special becomes the Big Plate, taking place at Barley’s on Jackson Ave in the Old City. WDVX is a community radio station that plays a variety of music so you never know what you’ll hear or see at the Blue Plate Special. It could be Classical or Country, Blues or Bluegrass, Jazz or Old Time or something completely surprising. No need for reservations unless you have a big group, in which case, please contact the Knoxville Visitor Center at visitorcenter@knoxville.org. You can also tour the station by contacting 865-544-1029 or info@wdvx.com.

Advance reservations required? For large groups or studio tour.

Contact: Anne Williams, 865-544-1029, awilliams@wdvx.com, www.wdvx.com


 
 

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