Knoxville Film & Music Festival Announces Vastly Expanded Student Offerings This year marks the second year for The Knoxville Film & Music Festival and the fifth year for the Knoxville 24 Hour Film Festival, events that drew 5,400 people to downtown Knoxville last year. To celebrate, Knoxville Film & Music[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
OUTKAST, JACK WHITE, BECK, THE REPLACEMENTS AND MORE TO PLAY JULY 18 – 20 Returning this summer led by Outkast, Jack White, Beck and The Replacements, The Forecastle Festival single day tickets are now available. A limited number of single-day general admission tickets will be available for $74.50, and will[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
Pellissippi State Community College is inviting the community to participate in a Health and Wellness Fair at the Blount County Campus April 16. The fair features health-care exhibitors providing demonstrations, materials and health checks. The free event is 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the main lobby of the campus, 2731 W.[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
There are a lot of jokes that can be made about beans, but the truth is Seymour residents will be let in on the unique history of a major national food chain primarily known for baked beans during an upcoming special event. Seymour residents can learn about the history of[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
Representatives from the Tennessee State Library and Archives and the Tennessee State Museum will be in Sevierville April 17 to record and digitize Civil War memorabilia owned by local residents for an exhibit titled “Looking Back: The Civil War in Tennessee.” Archivists will be at the King Family Library, 408 High[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
Interested in producing your own food and shelter as a means to slash those ever-rising bills? Find out how at Asheville’s first Mother Earth News Fair. The event takes place April 12-13 at the Western North Carolina Agricultural Center, 1301 Fanning Bridge Road in Fletcher. The Fair runs 9 a.m.[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
A variety of prizes from local entertainment venues, restaurants, florists, and other businesses will be given away during the Herald Spin & Win Contest. These prizes will include free tickets to Adrenaline Park, a dinner at Ye Old Steakhouse, as well as other restaurants, flowers from McLemore Florist, Dollywood Tickets,[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
A spring rummage sale that will help fund numerous church outreach programs will be held at Seymour First Baptist Church, located at 11621 Chapman Hwy. The sale will be held April 5 from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. As with the prior SFBC rummage sales, shoppers will find hundreds of[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
A brand new program will open up in the heart of the Tennessee Smoky Mountains allowing locals and visitors to better understand and appreciate the nature of the Appalachians in our region. This program, “Just Get Outdoors!”, is a collaboration between the owners of GSM Outfitters in Wears Valley, and[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!
The Knoxville Chapter of the Tennessee Firearms Association will have its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. April 1 at the Gondolier Restaurant in front of Lowe’s on Chapman Highway in South Knoxville. The group will gather at 6 p.m. for an optional dinner. The meeting will feature guest speaker Tennessee Fire Arms Association John Harris. In addition[Read More...]To continue reading, subscribe now!