1 p.m. The HAMBLEN COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY will hold its regular monthly meeting in Room 2 of the Rose Center, located at 442 West Second North Street. Dan Jones will be speaking on the Morelock family history and Read’s Chapel. All members and the public are invited to attend.
1:30 p.m. SAMUEL DOAK CHAPTER will meet at the Morristown Women’s Clubhouse, 505 East First North Street. The program presenter is Carol Long, chairman of the American History Essay Awards.
7 p.m. THE LEE VALLEY MUSIC BARN, 500 Lee Valley Road, Whitesburg, continues the first Friday gospel concert series Friday night, March 6, at 7 p.m. Featured for this event will be The Virgil Webb Family along with The J. R. Bewley Singers from Morristown. Admission is free, a love offering will be received. There will be food and door prizes from area businesses. Visit website at: www.theleevalleymusicbarn.com or call 423-235-6152 for information.
11:45 THE ROSE SERVICE GUILD will meet at the Rose Center in the community room. Light refreshments will be served followed by a short business meeting. Everyone is welcome to attend. Rose Center is a community cultural center supporting local artists and festivals.
8 p.m. BULL MANIA will be held at the WSCC Great Smoky Mountains Expo Center in White Pine. There will be professional bull riders. The Ghost Riders (dog riding monkeys) will perform.
11 a.m.-5 p.m. PARROTT-WOOD MEMORIAL LIBRARY BENEFIT DINNER will be held at Strawberry Plains Presbyterian Church, 3168 W. Old Andrew Johnson Hwy., Strawberry Plains. All funds raised will be used to renovate the old side of the library. The Modern Woodmen of America will be matching all money raised up to $2,500. There will be music, singing, and something for everyone. Pre-purchase meal tickets for $7 at the Parrott-Wood Memorial Library, 3133 Old AJ Hwy, Strawberry Plains. For more information, call 865-933-1311.
4 p.m. BULLS GAP MASONIC LODGE No. 764 F. & A.M. and BULLS GAP ORDER OF EASTERN STAR 471 will have a country ham supper. The cost is $10 with kids 4 and under free.
10 a.m.-3 p.m. SPRING THYME IN THE GARDEN, a garden festival featuring hand crafted gardening tools, baskets, metal garden art, stained glass and our plants, herbs, flowers, blueberry bushes and starter plants will be held on the lawn of Rose Center. There will be live music lunch items for sale.