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GO BIG 2018 Healthy Hike: John Litton Farm Loop
ONEIDA, TN - In 2018, help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System Act. Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area contains 60 plus miles of the 319 mile Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail.
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Knoxville's longest running children’s consignment sale, March 23
The FBConcord Children’s Non-Profit Consignment Sale will host its 26th year of seasonal consignment sales for quality, gently used children’s items.
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UT's Writers in the Libraryreading series to feature ActivAmerica
On Monday, March 19, fiction writer Meagan Cass will read as part of UT’s Writers in the Libraryreading series. Meagan Cass's first full-length collection, ActivAmerica.
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Discover Life in America hosting 2018 GSMNP Science Colloquium
Discover Life in America (DLIA) will host the Great Smoky Mountains Science Colloquium on March 22.
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4th Annual “International Teach Music Week” offers free Lessons to new students
PHILADELPHIA, PA - The 4th Annual Int’l Teach Music Week will be celebrated March 19-25. Formerly known as Teach Music America Week, this annual week-long holiday invites musicians, music schools, stores & studios to offer a free lesson or class to new students (kids and adults).
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karm dragon boat festival
16th Annual KARM Dragon Boat Festival
early registration opens
sheep shearing days
Sheep Shearing Days at Museum of Appalachian
old mill
March is National Flour Month at The Old Mill
ut gardens
UT Gardens’ March 2018 Plant of the Month
eastern farm fun
Start the hunt now for eggs-traordinary
Easter farm fun

health goals
Meet health goals by joining a CSA
black history month art winners
U.S. Cellular announces Black History Month
art contest winners
national park
National Park increases frontcountry camping fee

ut agresearch field day
UT AgResearch 2018 Field Day Schedule

Hop to West Town Mall for photos with the Easter Bunny, March 9-31
Families are invited to celebrate spring by snapping photos with the Easter Bunny at West Town Mall.
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Young-Williams Animal Center announces lower adoption fees
With the goal to increase adoptions and save more animal lives, Young-Williams Animal Center is lowering its adoption fees indefinitely.
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Time to register for 2018 Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon
Now is the time to register and start training for your race in the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon events which will take place March 24-25, 2018.
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Time for middle-schoolers to sign up for Trout Camp
Registration is now open for Great Smoky Mountains Trout Adventure Camp for middle school girls and boys.
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Sailor recruits help to harvest community garden
By Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Timothy Walter

NASHVILLE, TN - The harvest was plentiful, but the workers were few.

That is when Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Brandon Weintraut, a recruiter and career counselor here, had an idea. He had just spent the last year helping to recruit future sailors from around Kingsport, Tennessee, and now he thought about recruiting them for a more local mission: helping to harvest the community garden.

Weintraut knew the garden well. Since he lives with his wife in an apartment in Kingsport with no space for planting, he used a raised bed in the community garden that he tended to once a week. His wife had found the garden and signed him up for a free planting bed where he grew cabbage, broccoli and peppers “so hot they make your face hurt.”
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sailor recruits help
Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Brandon Weintraut, a career counselor, poses for a photo outside Navy Recruiting District Nashville Headquarters in Nashville. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Timothy Walter
Air Force to host 2018 DOD Warrior Games in Colorado Springs
CHICAGO (AFNS) - Defense Department officials have announced that the Air Force will host the 2018 DOD Warrior Games at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, June 2018.
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