Monthly Archives: June 2013

Knoxville’s Festival on the 4th – Thursday July 4th

The City of Knoxville’s Festival on the Fourth presented by OneMain Financial promises once again to deliver a wide variety of family fun including entertainment, activities and treats at the City of Knoxville’s Fourth of July celebration. The free festival begins at 4 p.m. and ends at approximately 10 p.m. at the conclusion of the Read More

Rocking the Docks, Lenoir City, July 6

Rockin’ the Docks is an all day festival that takes place each year on Fort Loudon Lake. Each summer, thousands of people gather at Lenoir City park to enjoy live bands, food, fireworks, rock climbing wall and much more. This year there will be some of the  best performers ever. Food vendors will be providing Read More

Home prices up 12.1% in April

Julie Schmit of USA Today writes that home prices rose a record 12.1% in the year ending in April, the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller index showed Tuesday. For the complete story click here.

KSO & Pilot 29th Annual Free Independence Day Concert – July 4th at 8 pm

  Lucas Richman and the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra invite you to the World’s Fair Park on July 4th to celebrate with us. Sponsored by Pilot Flying J and presented in conjunction with the City of Knoxville and WBIR-TV, the KSO is excited to return to the lawn on World’s Fair Park for this exciting concert. Read More

Smoky Mountain Field School | June Course Schedule

The Tellico Lake Area is just a short drive away from the beautiful Smoky Mountains which offer a world of outdoor activities.  The Smoky Mountain Field School offers high-quality workshops, hikes, and adventures for people who want to enhance their enjoyment, appreciation, and understanding of the Smokies and the great outdoors. Click on the course name to Read More