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The newly-cut jewel in Morristown parks system will be on public display for the first time on Nov. 16, and plans made over recent weeks and bookings finalized on Friday promise a daylong event that bests any show that’s ever rolled into this town.

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OAK RIDGE - Ricky Skaggs and his band Kentucky Thunder will perform on Saturday, Aug. 17 for the next Summer Sessions concert event presented by ORNL Federal Credit Union. Summer Sessions is a free concert series for the community featuring bluegrass and American bands from throughout the region.

The Stella-Vees Blues band will bring Chicago and West Coast style blues, reflecting influences of legendary blues musicians like T-Bone Walker, Hollywood Fats, Magic Sam and Little Walter, back to the Rose Center.

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HOLA Lakeway hosted a night of food and music at its Party on Peavine Friday night in Morristown, celebrating the rich, diverse cultures found in the area. A percentage of the proceeds from the event will go to support programs provided by HOLA Lakeway. For complete details and additional ph…

The long journey to “Mamma Mia!” began for director Donna Belisle in January. Over the ensuing six months, others joined with casting in March and rehearsals in April. On Friday, Belisle and the Encore Theatrical team will show the fruits of their labor to the Lakeway Area.


An undeniably good time was had by all who attended the Kids Fun Fair at Fred Miller Park Friday afternoon. Sponsored by the Morristown Parks and Recreation Department and Food City, the free event for children ages 14 and younger featured inflatables, a photo booth, games and food, and brou…


The swashbuckling adventure that is Pirates Voyage officially opened during a mid-day media event Friday in Pigeon Forge, with Dolly Parton on hand to introduce the dinner and show.

The Young Artists Workshop is in its fifth year of introducing visual arts to Hamblen County elementary students. The program is funded through a Tennessee Art Commission “Arts Building Communities” matching grant, applied for by Morristown East High art teacher, Carol Rouse.

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