Guest information for Tuesday's show

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Garrett's Deli

Garrett's Downtown Deli is located in First Tennessee Plaza (800 S. Gay St., Suite P350 in Knoxville), www.garrettsdeli.com or (865) 540-4141.

Rock to Bach Music Festival

"Rock to Bach" is an all-day music festival (10:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.) presented by the Oak Ridge Civic Music Association as a benefit for ORCMA music organizations, such as the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.

Festival will be held in the Pollard Auditorium on the campus of Oak Ridge Associated Universities on Saturday, January 28, 2012, from 10:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Twenty-two groups will perform rock, pop, bluegrass, blues, folk, jazz, gospel, country, Big Band, Dixieland, klezmer, and classical music, and one performance will include a dancer and a band.

The performances will be in two venues: the auditorium and in the lobby. Each presentation will be approximately 25 minutes long. This event will be staffed entirely by volunteer workers, and all performers are volunteering their talents.

The cost of the festival is $12 per person. Children 12 years old and under will be admitted for free. Attendees receiving a hand stamp may leave and return as they please during the daylong festival. For more information, call the ORCMA office at 865-483-5569.

Schedule to Perform:

Jazz and blues saxophonist Greg Tardy
Jazz, Gospel & Soul Singer Kelle Jolly

Other performing groups are Early Bird Special Band (rock 'n roll, gospel, folk), Little Big Band (swing), Oak Ridge Suzuki Strings (pop, bluegrass, classical), University of Tennessee Trombone Choir (classical, pop), Tennessee Tech Tuphonium (big and small tubas), Oak Ridge High School Band and the Tanasi Winds, a woodwind quintet that performs popular and classical music.
Other performing groups will feature Dan Allcott, ORSO conductor and cellist with four cellists from Tennessee Tech, and the Sequoyah Strings, students of Karen Kartal, ORSO concertmaster.
The performances will be in two venues: the auditorium and in the lobby. Each presentation will be approximately 25 minutes long. This event will be staffed entirely by volunteer workers, and all performers are volunteering their talents.

For more information visit www.orcma.org

 
MEDIC Regional Blood Drive

Medic Regional Blood Center is celebrating Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll, by giving away a Graceland prize package to one lucky person who donates blood during January.
Donors taking part in the Jan. 23 blood drive hosted at Pellissippi State Community College will be automatically entered for a chance to receive the package, which includes two tickets to Graceland, a $300 Visa gift card good toward an overnight hotel stay and a $100 Pilot gas card.
Event hours are 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. The mobile unit will be parked in the F-1 lot at Pellissippi State's Hardin Valley Campus.
Additional information on the donation process can be found at www.medicblood.org

"Ask A Cat Day"

To learn more about the cats and kittens featured at Young-Williams Animal Center visit www.young-williams.org or call 865-215-6599.

 

UT School of Veterinary Medicine

For more information about the Small Animal Behavioral Research at UT College of Veterinary Medicine visit www.vet.utk.edu or call 865-974-VETS.

"Try This" Fundraiser

What: "Try This!" (Fountain City Art Center tasting party)
When: 4 - 6 PM, Saturday, January 26, 2013
Where: Fountain City Art Center, 213 Hotel Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37918, next to Fountain City Park in the old library building.
Cost: $10 per person, tickets available at the Center, or they can be mailed upon request. Tickets will also be available at the door.
Contact: FCAC Executive Director Sylvia Williams,
fcartcenter@knology.net  or call 865.357.2787.

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