Knox Area Weekend To Do List, April 1-3, 2022

Do: Chalk Walk

When: Saturday, April 2nd, 8am-7pm 
Where: Market Square, Downtown Knoxville 

Thousands of art lovers head downtown each year to experience this live art competition. Chalk Walk features over 150 artists and collaborative teams working on-site from 8am-5pm to complete their artwork. 

See the sidewalks in Downtown Knoxville come to life into a seemingly infinite canvas for the region’s most talented professional and emerging artists. Chalk Walk is completely free and open to the public.

Saturday, April 2nd
8AM-5PM (Awards at 7PM)
FREE chalk for the kids in the First Horizon Bank Fun Zone
NEW: SideWalk of Fame
Text-to-vote for the WIVK 107.7 People’s Choice Award
Beer garden & food trucks

Photos Courtesy of Dogwood Arts Facebook Page

Eat & Drink: Couples Night French Bistro

When: Friday, April 1st, 6pm-9pm
Where: The Cutting Edge Classroom / 150 N Martinwood Rd. Suite 402, Knoxville 
Embark on a culinary journey to France without leaving Knoxville in this fun, hands on, and interactive cooking class full of authentic French Bistro favorites! Cook side by side with other couples and our Chef as we prepare an amazing French inspired meal for all in the class to enjoy! Best of all you will get to enjoy what was prepared in class. Price is for two people.

  • French Onion Soup Gratinee
  • Alsatian Bacon Onion Tart
  • Sous Vide Filet Mignon With Wild Mushroom Dijon Mustard Sauce
  • House Made Pappardelle Noodles
  • Crepes Suzette With Homemade Whip

 Photo Courtesy of The Cutting Edge Classroom

Try: Beginners Guide to Growing Organic, Edible Herbs

When: Saturday, April 2nd, 10:30am-12pm
Where: Erin's Meadow Herb Farm / 132 England Ln. Clinton 

Experience the delicious pleasures of organic herb gardening! Herb farm owner Kathy E. Burke Mihalczo will present the basics of growing and harvesting the most popular kitchen herbs, including basil, cilantro, dill, oregano, parsley, rosemary, tarragon, thyme, and sage. Patio gardeners, small space gardeners, and growers of large plots will find out when and where to plant, how to water and fertilize herbs, pest and disease problem solving, and how and when to harvest herbs for use in the kitchen. Come find out how fun and easy it is to grow and harvest your own organic fresh herbs!

Buy: Just Listed One-Level Brick Rancher 

Listed by: Megan Branam, eXp Realty (865) 686-2087 and Leslie Henry, eXp Realty (865) 368-9836

Welcome Home! Let's talk about LOCATION!! This BEAUTIFUL, ONE-LEVEL Brick Rancher is located just 15 minutes from Downtown Knoxville and 10 minutes to Maryville! This home has 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths and just missing YOUR personal touches! The screened in porch overlooking the large fenced in backyard makes for the perfect place to relax and unwind. Come check out this beauty today! ** SOLD AS-IN, SELLERS WILL NOT MAKE ANY REPAIRS**

Family: Family Day - Let's Go On A Journey 

When: Saturday, April 2nd, various times

Where: McClung Musuem / 1327 Circle Park Dr. Knoxville 

Join the McClung’s education team to celebrate the work of acclaimed Australian aboriginal artist Shane Pickett. They will feature gallery activities and guided craft projects lead by guest art teacher Hannah Fuller. Let’s go on a journey to discover nature, abstraction, and the healing power of art!

Admission is free, but there are limited spots available and you must register in advance.

 Photo Courtesy of McClung Museum

Watch & Listen: Drop Dead Dangerous at Blackhorse

When: Saturday, April 2nd, 7:30pm-10:30pm
Where: Blackhorse Pub & Brewery / 441 N Hall Rd. Alcoa 

Join in at the outdoor beer garden as they feature live entertainment from Drop Dead Dangerous on Saturday, April 2nd, starting at 7:30 PM.

Drop Dead Dangerous is a musical force that has taken the continental United States and the Caribbean by storm. A band full of songwriters that intertwine addicting melodies with honest, passionate lyrics, they are described by their loyal following to be among the best in the business. So be prepared for a wild ride of original music and powerful entertainment when you catch one of their shows, and be warned… This could get DANGEROUS.

All ages are welcome, as well as fuzzy friends. So please bring a blanket or chairs & enjoy cold brews, corn hole, and live music.

Unfortunately, due to the volume they receive and wanting to uphold a quality experience for their guests, they cannot provide food service in their beer garden at this time, except for the patio area. However, guests in the beer garden may enjoy drinks ordered through the indoor bar or, when available, at the outdoor bar. They encourage guests to arrive earlier to allow time for dining either indoors or on the patio before the event begins. 

Photos Courtesy of Drop Dead Dangeous Facebook Page

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