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Knoxville TN is a progressive, friendly, and rapidly growing city accessible from an international waterway. It is situated at the foothills of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Three Interstates run through Knoxville which is home to The University of Tennessee Volunteer sports teams and the Knoxville Ice Bears.
 





 
 
 

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Knoxville Special Events:
     
November 14-16
48th Annual Foothills Fine Crafts Show
Jacob Building, Chilhowee Park

foothills fine crafts

Showcasing the finest in handmade Tennessee crafts. Find unique gifts at all price ranges! This was a a Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Event for November 2013.
Adults $8, Seniors $7, Children 13 & under free.
foothillscraftguild.org

October 24 through November 9
'Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of The Baskervilles'
Knoxville Children's Theatre
109 E. Churchwell Avenue

Based on the mystery by Arthur C. Doyle. The Hound of The Baskervilles re-introduced the world to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous consulting detective Sherlock Holmes, after his supposed demise in the short story “The Final Problem.” Sherlock Holmes is one of the most widely-known characters in world literature, and the detective’s popularity remains as high as ever. Legends abound on the lonely English moors about a diabolical hound who haunts the grounds around Baskerville Manor. When Sir Charles Baskerville turns up dead, surrounded by footprints of a large dog, Holmes and his faithful companion Dr. Watson leave London for the countryside to investigate the spectral hound.
www.knoxvillechildrenstheatre.com

October 28 through December 30
Tues Morn Road Ride - Smoky Mtn Wheelmen
French Memorial Park
7752 Martin Mill Pike
Tuesday Morning Ride with the Smoky Mtn Wheelmen Bike Club meets at French Memorial Park/Howard Pinkston Library at 7732 Martin Mill Pike. This is a no-drop ride, 35-45 mile ride with plans to lengthen the mileage as the group desires and weather dictates. Helmet required. No ear buds. Eat your Wheaties and bring energy gel, bars and other fuels to keep your energy going strong. Don’t forget your sunscreen. Ride repeats every Tuesday morning - weather permitting.
www.outdoorknoxville.com

November 1
Great Smoky Mountain Weekend Dog Show
Chilhowee Park
3301 East Magnolia Avenue

Agility trainers will show you how to get your dog started in the exciting sport of agility. You will be able to try beginning agility equipment with your dog and receive helpful tips. Jumps, tunnels, and more. Pre-registration is NOT required. Bring your dog and say, “My Dog Can Do That!” Discounted registration with Canine Partners - receive bandanna & AKC Family Dog magazine, Dogs must be at least six months old and have proof of rabies vaccination. Dogs should be brought to the event on a buckle collar & a regular 4 to 6 ft leash. No prong collars or retractable leashes are allowed.
Event Entry is FREE. Chilhowee Park charges $8.00/day parking.
tvkc.org

November 1 through December 27
Saturday Road Ride-Bike Zoo
The Bike Zoo
5020 Whittaker Drive

Join the Bike Zoo for a Saturday morning road ride. Leave the shop at 9 am. Ride will be around 50 miles at a fast pace of 18/20 mph. Ride repeats every Saturday - weather permitting.
bikezoo.com

November 2
9th Annual East Tennessee Chili Cook-Off
Worlds Fair Park
1060 Worlds Fair Park Drive
Over 30 amateur cooking teams will whip up their tastiest recipes to compete for the best chili in town.Each team will produce 25 gallons of their homemade chili. Kids can play on the inflatable playground at the Kids Fun Zone compliments of All Occasions Party Rentals. The Chili Corn Hole Tournament will be back again this year. Adults can visit the Chili Beer Garden, where beers from around the world will be offered. Live music.

November 2 through December 7
Knoxville Jazz Orchestra: Jazz Jam
The Emporium Center
100 S Gay Street
This free event is hosted by Vance Thompson, trumpet. Jazz Jams on First and Third Sundays, 4:00-6:00 PM; November 2, November 16, December 7, and December 21, 2014

November 3 through December 1
Mighty Musical Mondays
Tennessee Theatre
604 S Gay Street
A live performance of the beautifully renovated Wurlitzer organ in Knoxville's beloved Historic Tennessee Theatre. A lunch consisting of a sandwich, chips, and a dessert may be purchased in the lobby for $5.00 while supplies last. In addition several snacks may be purchased at the concession stand such as soft drinks, bottled water, popcorn, candy. There is no charge for the program.

November 6
Lisa Soland, 7pm
Jubilee Community Arts & Laurel Theater
1538 Laurel Avenue
Renowned playwright and children's book author Lisa Soland will speak about overcoming insecurities and playing to your strengths in your writing at the next Knoxville Writers' Guild program. A $2 donation is requested at the door. The building is handicapped accessible.

 
November 26-30
Fantasy of Trees
Knoxville Convention Center

fantasy of trees

The 30th annual Fantasy of Trees is a spectacular five-day holiday celebration to benefit East Tennessee Children’s Hospital. Fantasy of Trees 2014 will be held at the Knoxville Convention Center November 26-30. The event showcases hundreds of sparkling designer-decorated holiday trees, a variety of festive and colorful decorations, holiday gift shops, kids crafts, daily entertainment and a gingerbread village. Proceeds from the premier holiday event will be used to purchase medical equipment.
www.fantasyoftrees.org


Through November 24
Mighty Musical Mondays
Tennessee Theatre
604 S Gay Street, Knoxville TN
A live performance of the beautifully renovated Wurlitzer organ in Knoxville's beloved Historic Tennessee Theatre. A lunch consisting of a sandwich, chips, and a dessert may be purchased in the lobby for $5.00 while supplies last. In addition several snacks may be purchased at the concession stand such as soft drinks, bottled water, popcorn, candy. Cost: Free


November 7
Celebrating Made in Tennessee
Mast General Store
402 S Gay Street
Featuring: Colonel Littleton, Cool People Care, Steam Horse, Willa's Shortbread, Papermoon, Knotty Boys, Yahootie and the Shoe Shenanigans Book signing, a Haunted History of Knoxville Book Signing
Door Prizes at 6 pm, 7 pm and 8 pm

November 9
UT Gardens Sunday Garden Walk
University of Tennessee Gardens
2431 Joe Johnson Drive
Take a walk through the UT Gardens and enjoy the sights and sounds of fall.

November 11
Veterans Day Parade
Gay Street, Downtown Knoxville A parade to honor veterans of the United States Armed Forces.

November 12
Darrell Evans, 7pm
Compassion Church
3305 W. AJ Hwy
Morristown, TN 37814
Darrell Evans, best known as the writer of songs like “Trading my Sorrows”, “Let the River Flow”, “Your Love is Extravagant”, and “Freedom”, is considered by many to be a pioneer in the modern worship music movement. In addition to being nominated for Dove awards, his songs have been recorded by such artists as Big Daddy Weave, Casting Crowns, Paul Baloche, Israel Houghton and many more.
Free Admission
facebook.com/compassionchurch

November 12-14
UT Potters Holiday Sale! 9am-6pm
University of Tennessee
Knoxville Art and Architecture Bldg, 1715 Volunteer Blvd
This year's Holiday sale will feature hundreds of ceramic works created by students, alumni and faculty from the program. Celebrate the holidays with wonderful handmade art! Proceeds help fund scholarships, conferences and visiting artists to the program.

November 14-16
Knoxville Flea Market
Knoxville Expo Center
Features over 300 booths and quality dealers from across the region. Items to be found include collectibles, jewelry, clothing, antiques, music, crafts, and much more. Show hours are Friday, 3-7, Saturday 10-7, and Sunday 10-4. Admission and parking are both FREE.
www.stewartpromotions.com

Saturday, November 15
TELLABRATION SSS! 2014
Blount County Library (Rotunda), 2pm
508 Cusick St., Maryville, TN
A Worldwide Celebration of Storytelling
Stories that entertain and inspire, for Adults and Children who listen like Grown-ups. Storytellers: Shirley Nicholson, Jim Eastin, Jennifer Alldredge, Janice Brooks-Headrick FREE! Donations welcome.
www.smokymountaintellers.org

November 16
AAA Fall Travel Expo
AAA West Knoxville Branch
110 Capital Dr
Exclusive travel deals. There will be representatives from major travel vendors such as Celebrity Cruises, AAA Vacations, Princess Cruises, Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection and much more. AAA Travel Counselors will be on hand to answer your questions and help you book your next vacation.

Friday, November 21
TELLABRATION SSS! 2014
Graystone Presbyterian (Community Room), 7pm
139 Woodlawn, Knoxville, TN 37920
A Worldwide Celebration of Storytelling
Stories that entertain and inspire, for Adults and Children who listen like Grown-ups. Storytellers: Jim Eastin, Jean Davidson, Jeanette Stevens, Janice Brooks-Headrick, Millie Sieber Suggested Donations Adults: $7 Students and Seniors $5.
www.smokymountaintellers.org

November 22
Canstruction
Knoxville Convention Center
701 Henley St
Presented by Messer Construction Co., Holiday Canstruction is a giant art exhibition with a purpose – fighting hunger. Teams of Knoxville architects, engineers, contractors, designers and students will construct holiday-themed works of art made of canned food. View the sculptures and vote for your favorite at the Knoxville Convention Center. Free event. All canned food used to build the sculptures will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee. Canstruction is one of the largest national food bank drives in world and takes place in more than 170 U.S. cities each year.

December 5-7
Knoxville Flea Market
Knoxville Expo Center
Features over 300 booths and quality dealers from across the region. Items to be found include collectibles, jewelry, clothing, antiques, music, crafts, and much more. Show hours are Friday, 3-7, Saturday 10-7, and Sunday 10-4. Admission and parking are both FREE.
www.stewartpromotions.com
   

 


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