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Knoxville Choral Society holding fall auditions
KNOXVILLE – The Knoxville Choral Society is holding fall auditions for the 2018-2019 season. Openings are available in all voice parts of the 120-voice volunteer choir.

Since 1951, the Knoxville Choral Society has been honored to share a wide range of choral music with the community. Dedicated to choral performance excellence, the group consisting of over 120 auditioned musicians performs major choral and orchestral works, highlighting a variety of choral literature and styles.

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  celebrating cosby
Celebrating Cosby: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
COSBY, TN - Great Smoky Mountains National Park kicked off “Celebrating Cosby: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” community programs this past Friday evening. The programs will continue to be held every Friday through August 17 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Cosby Campground Amphitheater.
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East Tennessee PBS holds Antique & Art Appraisal Fair July 28
KNOXVILLE – East Tennessee PBS along with Case Antiques invites the public to bring antiques, art and collectibles to an antique & appraisal fair on Saturday, July 28 in Abingdon, Virginia.
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gaylord opryland christmas
Christmas prep begins at
Gaylord Opryland Resort

hot dogs
Pilot Flying J celebrates
National Hot Dog Day July 18
footsteps of sergeant york
In the Footsteps of Sergeant York exhibition extended through August 26, 2018
shakespeare on the square
Shakespeare On The Square presents 28th season

July 12 - August 12
kathy holland
Art Market Gallery’s July featured
artist exhibit and reception
big ears festival
Big Ears Festival named among 25 Coolest
Film Festivals in the World
wilderness at the smokies
Wilderness at the Smokies announces 10th Anniversary Summer Sweepstakes
Knoxville Museum of Art presents
Southern Impressionism exhibition
  cycle of life
Knoxville Museum of Art announces
major new publication

Zoo Knoxville presents the best in craft beer September 21
KNOXVILLE – Zoo Knoxville will host its inaugural Brew at the Zoo craft beer event on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. More than 40 local, regional and national breweries are participating. Brew at the Zoo will feature over 150 unique beers, local food trucks, live entertainment and animal encounters throughout the zoo.
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Storytelling July 21, 2018 at Vienna Coffee House
Laughter! will be presented by Smoky Mountain Storytellers on Saturday, July 21, 2018 at Vienna Coffee House, 212 College Ave, Maryville, TN at 6-7:30 pm. Professional Storytellers Susan Fulbright, Roland Mote and Stephen Fulbright get you laughing. Coffee and Dessert. FREE PARKING. Donations go to Storytelling Programs. Bring friends and family.

SMSA Performers:
Roland Mote grew up in Middle Tennessee and has lived in Maryville, Tennessee for 34 years. His stories are drawn from his family’s oral history, personal experience, and “something I heard somewhere,” all with some degree of fabrication and maybe a little truth stretching. While suitable for all ages, adults are his focus audience. For 50 years or so he has been telling stories to gatherings of professional colleagues, church fellowships, class reunions, and civic club meetings.

Stephen Fulbright's tales of a boy growing up in East Tennessee would make Mark Twain proud. Learning chemistry via snow bombs, physics with tater guns, he became a well known engineer, working for truth, justice and the American way.

SUSAN FULBRIGHT has indeed told tales at Jonesborough. She tells folktales, fables, horror tales, holiday tales, and family tales that border on truth or fiction. She has lived in South Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas, Jonesborough, Tennessee. She finished her Masters Degree “storytelling/reading” in education at ETSU.

Local artist on display at SCPLS King Family Library
SEVIERVILLE, TN - The Sevier County Public Library System (SCPLS) is excited to host the art of Samuel D. Bivens during July.
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Knoxville Theatre Club creates Holler! Performing Arts Center

KNOXVILLE – Knoxville Theatre Club has joined forces with Modern Studio to create the Holler! Performing Arts Center. Partners Carolyn Corley, Sara Gaddis, and JP Schuffman plan a multi-phase renovation beginning this summer.
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Big Ears Festival announces starting artist lineup
KNOXVILLE - Regarded as one of the most unique and eagerly anticipated cultural gatherings in the world - “a music festival with a rare vision” (The New York Times) – Big Ears Festival will return in 2019 with its 8th edition, taking place March 21 through March 24 in Historic Downtown Knoxville.
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