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 Theatre Guild has been creating one of the oddest places ever imagined for their upcoming production of the classic tale of “Alice in Wonderland,” which debuts Friday night at 7 p.m. for six performances.
Experience Rock City’s sweet sounds of summer with mountain melodies and Café 7 cuisine every Friday through Sunday at Summer Music Weekends.
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.
The Boys & Girls Club of Dumplin Valley has announced its summer hours and schedule of events.
A unique honor for veterans will take place on Sunday at Lebanon Baptist Church as Quilts of Valor comes to the church.
A Save-the-Date announcement has been made by a popular community fundraising entity.
When the WCRK/WMTN Listener Appreciation Strawberry Festival started Saturday morning, there were 300 gallons of strawberries for sale.
On Saturday, May 25 Nashville recording artist, and songwriter Stacy Lawson returns to The Bunk House in Bulls Gap, Tn. Performing around the country, Lawson will make a stop at the popular music venue along with his wife who accompanies him on most of his shows.
Thousands of children piled into the Walter State Great Smoky Mountains Expo Center Wednesday morning for an event that could likely be once in a lifetime.
The song, “Solid as a Rock,” was led by Rev. Allyn Maxfield-Steele, co-executive director of Highlander Research and Education Center, during Wednesday’s benefit for the center held in Jefferson City.