Dogwood Arts Chalk Walk
Market Square and Krutch Park (Downtown Knoxville)
8:00am to 5:00pm
Rain date: Sunday, April 7
If you have a question for Neal Denton email firstname.lastname@example.org with "Ask Neal" as the subject.
Herman Gettelfinger Bass Tournament
The Herman Gettelfinger Bass Tournament is Saturday April 6 at the Tellico Canal Ramp on Fort Loudoun Lake.
The tournament benefits the Helen Ross McNabb Center.
The Helen Ross McNabb Center provides mental health care, addiction treatment, and community-based social services to all of East Tennessee.
Miss Olivia's Table
Miss Olivia's Table is located at 1108 W Broadway Avenue in Maryville, phone is (865) 983-7711.
Wells Fargo Heels & Wheels Duathlon
Saturday, April 13th
Johnson University Campus
3:00pm Event Begins
The Wells Fargo heels & Wheels Duathlon consists of a 5k run/18k bike/3k run duathlon, a 5k run, and a Fun Walk. Dinner is also provided. The running portion of the course is on a variety of surfaces while the cycling portion is all paved roads. The 1 mile Fun Walk is all paved, completely on campus, and occurs at the same time as the duathlon.
CASA of TN Heartland
Community Mediation Services
Contact Care Line
Kay Senior Care Center
Keystone Adult Day Program
KLF's Amachi Knoxville
Seymour Volunteer Fire Dept.
SOAR Youth Ministries
Stepping Out Inc.
The Restoration House
For more information visit http://duathlon.klf.org/
The Heartland Series Presents: "Second Nature" on April 6 (Saturday) and April 10 (Wednesday) at 7pm on WBIR Channel 10.
Black Lillies/CMT Special
Join The Black Lillies at 8pm Wednesday night (April 3) at the corner of Central & Willow while they tape a special for CMT's primetime lineup! For more information visit www.theblacklillies.com
East Tennessee PBS Appraisal Fair with Case Antiques!
When: April 13th from 9am - 3pm
Where: Cherokee Mills, located at 2240 Sutherland Avenue, Knoxville TN 37919
What: Have your treasures or yard sale finds appraised by the regions top appraisers while supporting your PBS member station! All proceeds go to East Tennessee PBS. Each appraised item will be $10. Membership to East Tennessee PBS starts at $30 and is not a requirement to participate in the Appraisal Fair.
The regions top appraisers will be on hand to determine the value of such items as Fine Art, furniture, pottery, silver, folk art, musical instruments, toys, Civil War, autographs, Asian, jewelry, books and more!
For more information about the event, please contact Amy Hubbard at ahubbard@EastTennesseePBS.org or 865-595-0230.