If you have a question you'd like to ask Neal Denton with the University of Tennessee Extension Service (Knox County) email firstname.lastname@example.org with "Ask Neal" in the subject.
Neal Denton shares some fall planting ideas for your lawn. WBIR
Miss Olivia's Table
Miss Olivia's Table is located at 1108 W Broadway Avenue in Maryville, phone is (865) 983-7711.
Miss Olivia prepares a sausage soup recipe perfect for fall. WBIR
Knoxville's Got Talent
Sunday, September 8
Tennessee Valley Fair
Pepsi Community Tent
Artists from Knoxville and surrounding areas will be given a rare opportunity to "showcase" their talent to a top notch label representative from New York. The special celebrity guest judge is an A&R Coordinator (Talent Scout) with Bad Boy Records! Although Bad Boy Records has traditionally been known as a hip hop and R&B label, currently the search is on for artists from all genres of music. This includes Country, Jazz, POP, Adult Contemporary, Latin, and more.
Some of the area's most talented folks will perform in the Knoxville's Got Talent showcase on Sunday, September 8 at the Tennessee Valley Fair. WBIR
Big South Fork Bike & Bluegrass Festival
Saturday, September 7, 2013
Oneida City Park
Opening Ceremonies at 11am
The day-long event will feature live bluegrass music -- with a mix of local and regional talent -- and will cater to bike riders: road bikers and street bikers alike. There will be self-guided tours through the beautiful northern Cumberland Plateau for both road bikers and motorcyclists, while Oneida City Park will host the entire event and keep guests entertained with live bluegrass music throughout the day. Headlining the event will be the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band
For more information visit www.bluegrassandbikes.com
Wings over Big South Fork
Air & Car Show
Saturday, September 14
Scott Municipal Airport
(2263 Airport Road)
Gates open at 8am
Scott County will host the BSF Bluegrass and Bikefest on September 7 and the Wings over Big South Fork Air and Car show on September 14.
Bowling to beat Cystic Fibrosis
Nick Herron and a friend will attempt to set the world record for most bowling pins knocked over in a 24 hour period.
They are doing as a personal goal and to raise money for cystic fibrosis research.
The two men will start at noon on Sunday and bowluntil noon on Monday with the goal of knocking over 19 pins per minute.
To learn more visit Nick's Great Strides page.
Two East Tennesseans will attempt to set a world record for the most bowling pins knocked over in a 24 hour period and raise money for Cystic Fibrosis research.