Knoxville to host 3-day parade

Paige M. TravisFun Outdoors

Several Knoxville neighborhoods are participating in the inaugural Neighborhood Trails of Red, White and Blue, a physically-distanced, socially-engaging event to be held in lieu of the city’s annual Festival of …

Three concerts for Halls

Sandra ClarkFun Outdoors, Halls

Clayton Park in Halls will host three Knox County-sponsored summer concerts this year. The Summer Concert Series will be on the second Saturdays of July, August and September at The …

Carhartt boosts river cleanup

Sandra ClarkFun Outdoors

Keep the Tennessee River Beautiful has received $4,990 from fans at the 3-day Bassmaster Classic Outdoor Expo, held in March in Birmingham. Carhartt employees sewed the B.A.S.S. logo on Carhartt’s …

Lodge adopts Tarleton Park

Mike DonilaFun Outdoors, South Knox

The Charles H. McKinney Masonic Lodge No. 433 is the latest organization to participate in the Knox County Parks & Rec Department’s Adopt-A-Park program. Lodge members will perform volunteer work …

Music in the mountains

Betsi JamesFood, Fun Outdoors, Sevier

Click on the link below for information on upcoming events on the Food City stage at Smokies Stadium.
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Oakes Farm sets daylily drop-in

Sandra ClarkFun Outdoors, Northeast Knox

Oakes Daylilies had a solid spring despite the coronavirus pandemic that caused cancellation of the 2020 Daylily Festival.
Ken Oakes, co-owner of the family-run business, said it would have been the …