Great Life RE Weekend To Do List, July 21-23
Our weekly "goings on" in and around Knoxville. Check out our list of "SOMETHINGS" that will give you a fun or new experience. We've got "something" for everyone, even your furry friends.
Try one thing or try them all!
Something To Do: Dirt and Donuts
When: Saturday, July 22 8am-12pm
Where: Toyota of Knoxville Prep and Design Center - 10416 Parkside Dr. Knoxville
Hosted by Toyota of Knoxville and BOLD Overland. The first EVER overlanding vehicle roundup in Knoxville, Tennessee is coming to Toyota Knoxville's Prep and Design Center on July 22nd! The event will include local vendors, donuts and coffee all morning long, and the ability to network with other vehicle enthusiasts! They will also have inflatables and a climbing wall for the kids to enjoy! All vehicles are welcome!
Photo Courtesy of Toyota of Knoxville Facebook Page
Something To Eat: Southern Inspirations Brunch
When: Sunday, July 23 10:30am-1:00pm
Where: Cutting Edge Classroom - 817 North Herron Rd. Knoxville
The first ever Chefs Table style brunch! Two chefs will be demonstrating and interacting with guests while they prepare an amazing four course brunch featuring locally grown and raised foods! If you like doing brunch and want a truly unique and pleasurable experience, this is for you! Sit back, dine, watch, interact, and sip mimosas! On The Menu: Course 1: Smoked pimento cheese fritter with black eyed pea puree, spicy tomato jam, and house pickled okra Course 2: Shrimp and grits featuring tasso ham, andouille sausage, Anson Mills cheddar grits, Cruze Farm cream reduction Course 3: Foothills steak and eggs with 4 corners ranch steak, soft poached local egg, jalapeno hoe cake, sauteed greens, charred tomatoes, and honeybee espresso hollandaise Course 4: Bruleed banana, coconut pastry cream, chantilly cream, and vanilla wafer crumble On the side: Buttermilk biscuits with sawmill gravy, local jam, and whipped butters, Mimosas. Cost is $69.
Photos Courtesy of Cutting Edge Classroom
Something To Try: Stargazing Paddle
When: Sunday, July 23 8pm-10pm
Where: The Cove, 11808 S Northshore Dr. Knoxville
Grab your boat and paddle or use one of theirs as you paddle through the night and view the stars above. They will take advantage of the new moon as you navigate through the Cove at Concord and study the constellations above!
No charge with your own equipment or $15 if you need to rent gear
**Be sure to bring a light source, such as a headlamp or flashlight**
Something To Buy: Big Beautiful Home on 5+ Acres
Listed by: Great Life RE
Contact: Lainey Jones, (865)336-1990
This custom built home boasts over 5800 sq ft, four bedrooms, custom finishes, maple cabinets, quartzite counter tops, brazilian tiger wood flooring, a screened patio and an open deck with distant mountain views. The downstairs is fully finished as separate living quarters w/ full kitchen, second laundry room, large living area, bedroom w/ sitting area, huge walk in closet, full bath, gym and safe room. There is a 2 car garage on the house and a separate detached 1500 sq ft workshop/garage w/ 220V, heat, air and hot water. The workshop includes a 10x30 finished bonus room on the back with a covered patio overlooking several cleared acres. Easy access to lake w/ boat ramp and marina close by.
Something Furry: 7th Annual OEB Dog Wash
When: Saturday, July 22 10am-2pm
Where: PetSafe Village Pet Spa & Resort, 10424 PetSafe Way (formerly 10424 Electric Ave) Knoxville
The Dog Wash raises money for At Risk Intervention and other local area rescues. At Risk Intervention provides infrastructure and support to area rescues. Bring your dog to get washed by local celebrities! They will also be offering a Kid Zone with a bouncy house, crafts, and more from All Occasions Party Rentals! Chelsea's food truck will be there serving yummy grilled cheese sandwiches and more! Bring your own towel to reduce wait times.
Something With The Family: Anderson County Fair
Where: Andeson County Fairgrounds - 935 N Charles G Seivers Blvd. Clinton
When: Friday, July 21 & Saturday, July 22. Doors open at 5pm. Rides start at 6pm.
The Anderson County Fair which was voted “Champion of Fairs AAA Division” in 2015, will continue to increase in it’s rich tradition by getting bigger and better with each passing year. Nightly petting zoo, craft demonstrations, live bands, food, rides, exhibits, and more. See a schedule on their website. Entry cost is $5. $20 for an unlimited ride armband. Children under 6 enter free!
Photo Courtesy ofAnderson County Fair Facebook Page
Have a great weekend! Be sure to let us know if you give something on this list a try.
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