Guest information for Tuesday's Show

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Vince & Barbara Dooley

 They will speak to help raise money for The Boys & Girls Club of Scott County on Monday, November 28 at 17025 Alberta Street in Oneida.
6:30pm Refreshments, Program starts at 7pm

Tickets are $5 for students, $25 single, $50 for family for more information visit ww.bgcocp.org

 

Christmas in the City

Knoxville's Holiday on Ice runs Friday, Nov. 25, 2011 thru Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012 at Market Square.
Rink is open everyday, rain or shine
Admission is $10 for adults & $7 for children 12 years & younger.
Admission includes skate rental & sales tax.
Every skater must sign a waiver of liability.
Parent / guardian signature required for all skaters under the age of 18 years.

For specific operational hours, special promotions & info on private parties, birthday celebrations, season passes & group rates call 865-215-4423 or visit www.knoxvillesholidaysonice.com

Regal Celebration of Lights:
Friday, Nov. 25, 2011 at 6:00 p.m.

Downtown Knoxville becomes a Christmas village with caroling, marshmallow roasting & unique shopping at the Christmas Market (Market open Nov. 25 noon-9 p.m. on Market Street)

Festivities at Krutch Park extension, Krutch Park, and Market Square

Lighting of the 38 ft. First Tennessee Foundation tree

Krutch Park sparkles with more than 100,000 lights

Performances by Unity Choir and Clarence Brown Theatre

FREE horse drawn carriage rides
FREE pictures with Santa Claus
FREE cookie decorating
FREE snow cream & eggnog provided by Mayfield
FREE hot cocoa by the Salvation Army

Award winning WDVX personality Freddy Smith and his Christmas Chicken will emcee the Holiday Ho-Ho-Hoedown starting at 5 p.m. on Market Square Stage

Playaway View
(Information provided by Mary Pom Claiborne)

 Knox County Public Library is pleased to introduce a new product called PlayAway View to make traveling and doctor's appointments both easy and educational.

In honor of its 125th Anniversary, the Library is now offering 125 portable, all-in-one video players, preloaded with hours of content for check out. These educational and entertaining videos for children span from Sesame Street and Elmo to biographies of American presidents and National Geographic wildlife documentaries. The check out period for each PlayAway View is one week and available on adult library cards only. Overdue fines are $1 per day with a maximum cap of $10.

The collection is housed at Lawson McGhee Library downtown, but all titles can be transferred and checked out from any library location. Each player includes hours of pre-loaded content requiring no internet access or downloaded material. They have headphone jacks and speakers built in.

For more information on the Library's new PlayAway Views, please visit www.knoxlib.org or call the Children's Room at (865) 215-8725.

Knoxville Track Club

The Knoxville Track & Field Club presents the 27th Annual BlueCross Autumnfest 8K, 2 Mile Walk, and Little Gobbler Run at 8:30 am on Thursday, November 24, 2011 (Thanksgiving Day). Pre and post race activities will take place in the race tent under the Hill Avenue Bridge while the start/finish line for the 8K and 2 Mile Walk will be directly in front of Ruth's Chris Steakhouse. The Little Gobbler Run will start at 8 am and will take place along the greenway at Volunteer Landing adjacent to the Calhoun's parking lot.

 This year's event is also a benefit for 2nd Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee. For more information visit www.ktc.org

 

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