There is something for everyone at the Knoxville Museum of Art during February. Details here.
Be sure to see Higher Ground: A Century of the Visual Arts in East Tennessee, presented by Ann and Steve Bailey. It includes works by Lloyd Branson, Union County artist; sculpture by Albert Milani using Tennessee marble; beautiful oils by Catherine Wiley, whose career ended in 1926 when she was confined to a psychiatric hospital where she was without access to her studio supplies; and, of course, the Delaney brothers, Beauford and Joseph.
Cupid’s Chase Knoxville is Saturday, Feb. 11, 2023, at 10 a.m. at Volunteer Landing, 300 Neyland Drive. Check-in starts at 9 a.m. and volunteers are needed. The race benefits people with disabilities. Everyone welcome; event is fully accessible and pet-friendly. Certified 5k with chipped timing. Info here.
Rick Barnes, UT men’s hoops coach, will speak to Rotarians on Tuesday, Feb. 14, at noon at the Crowne Plaza. Lunch at noon; meeting at 12:15 and Barnes’ talk soon after.
Elections: Info (deadlines and such) for upcoming city council races: https://knoxcounty.org/election/upcoming_election.php
Stadium: Keep up with the downtown baseball stadium at www.knoxsportsauthority.com. For FAQs, go to www.knoxvilletn.gov/stadium.
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