Lulu's Tea Room
Lulu's Tea Room is located at 3703 West Beaver Creek Drive in Powell, (865) 947-LULU ( 5858) or lulustearoom.com
Next Level Wrestling
Next Level Training is pleased to announce it will offer "The Next Level Wrestling School" with Dr. Tom Prichard. Prichard is the former Head of Training for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). Along with two days a week of in-ring training, the wrestlers will receive a three-day a week sport specific workout regimen from the Owner of Next Level Training, former WWE Developmental Wrestler Devin Driscoll.
Next Level Training will have a grand opening/open house on Thursday January 3, 2012 at 7 p.m. for anyone interested in training for professional wrestling. The public is invited to come and learn about what will be offered in the plan as well as what it takes to learn professional wrestling.
Next Level Training
11210 Outlet Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37932
Dogwood Arts Sculptures
Art in Public Places Knoxville is a juried collection of large-scale outdoor sculptures created by exceptional artists from the region and throughout the United States. Kenneth Thompson, renowned sculptor, art promoter and artist activist, will act as the juror for the 2013 Exhibition. The Call for Artist Entries welcomes applications from new and previously exhibiting artists. The 2013 Exhibition will feature up to twenty-five (25) large to monumental scale murals, mosaics, sculptures and spaces. The selected works will be exhibited in premiere Knoxville locations from April 1, 2013 to March 7, 2014. For more information visit www.dogwoodarts.com
Emerald Youth & Fellowship of Christian Athletes
(Information provided by John Crooks, Emerald Youth)
Emerald Youth and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) have strategically aligned to build athletic skills and relationships among Knoxville's inner-city youth.
The two organizations jointly pay a staff person to spearhead team sports at Emerald Youth and provide campus ministry at Austin East and Fulton high schools and their feeder middle schools.
Leaders are building mentoring relationships and community with youth, while developing inner city students' athletic skills and supporting them spiritually.
The alliance helps both sides mobilize to make sports available and remedy problems that keep children from participating.
Current sports include a swim team, baseball, basketball, and girls' volleyball. Future plans include teaching soccer to large numbers of inner city children and launching soccer as a prevalent inner city sport. Emerald Youth has long term plans to provide a sports complex for year-round soccer, lacrosse and other sports.
www.emeraldyouth.org or www.fca.org
Recycling Rewards at Knoxville Zoo
(Information provided by Tina Rolen with the Knoxville Zoo)
Now through Jan. 31, 2013, visitors can present an outdated phone book for recycling at the zoo's ticket window and receive one free admission ticket with
the purchase of a regular paid admission ticket. Since the zoo is currently
celebrating Penguin Discount Days, when admission is half-price, this means visitors who bring an
outdated phone book can get two admissions for half the price of one regular admission.
The annual recycling program is part of Knoxville Zoo's and YP®'s commitment to recycling and
conservation. Special thanks to event sponsor YP®.
This promotion is not valid with any other
Currently, the zoo is open daily from 10:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.
Admission and ticket sales stop one-hour before the zoo closes. Next-day admission is free after 3 p.m.
For more information, please call 865.637.5331 ext. 300 or visit www.knoxvillezoo.org.