The Dirty Guv'nahs
Friday, August 17 from 5pm-10pm
Market Square in downtown Knoxville
The Black Cadillacs & Moon Taxi
CD "Somewhere beneath these southern Skies". For more information visit www.thedirtyguvnahs.com
"Anything is Possible"
Hallerin Hilton Hill's Anything is Possible airs Sundays at 11am on Channel 10. For more information visit
For question for Neal Denton email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Ask Neal"
East Tennessee Film Festival
(Information provided by Bradley Reeves, TAMIS)
The East Tennessee Film Festival
Open House at the Historic Bijou Theatre
Saturday, August 18, 2012
12 pm - 4 pm
Schedule and Show Times:
The Lost Films of Walther Barth, 1929-1943
Film Screening: 12 pm-1 pm
The Dr. Walther Barth Collection of 16mm home movies feature some of the most unusual and interesting footage found at the Tennessee Archive of Moving Image and Sound. Barth, a German native, began making 16mm home movies in 1927, capturing life in Germany and Europe before the rise of the Nazi regime.
Picturing the Smokies: Vintage Views of the Great Smoky Mountains, 1920s - 1960s
Film Screening: 1:15 pm-2:15 pm
Heartland Series host Bill Landry takes us back on a trip through time with a program of historic views and images of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as seen through clips shot by home movie makers spanning the 1920s through the 1960s.
This is Cas Walker!
Film Screening: 2:30 pm-4:00 pm
Cas Walker wore many hats: grocer, politician, and long-time radio and television variety show host. Each job was done in Walker's unique tell-it-like-it-is style.
Love him or hate him, Walker was a major force in Knoxville business and politics, and gave hundreds of area musicians a break on his long-running Cas Walker Farm and Home television program.
For more information visit www.tamisarchive.org
Paddle for Clean Water
Fort Loudoun Lake Association teams up with Blue Ridge Mountain Sports to present the 6th annual "Paddle for
Clean Water" event, Saturday, August 25th.
Registration opens at 9am at Sequoyah Park.
Paddling Starts at 10am from Ned McWherter Park
All levels of paddlers are invited to paddle through downtown Knoxville from Ned McWherter Park to Sequoyah Park to promote clean water.
Registrants can bring their own kayaks or canoes or use ones provided to enjoy a leisurely 5 mile paddle and celebrate with food, music and gifts at the finish.
The cost is $30 which includes boat, paddle,safety devices, t-shirt, food , music and gifts
All proceeds go to support Fort Loudoun Lake Association.