Great Life RE Weekend To Do List, June 1-3
Welcome to June! The watermelon is in season and the pools are open! We have a great list of things to do in store for you this weekend! Whether you want to stay indoors and see a play or watch a movie under the stars we've got you covered!
When: Sunday, June 3rd, 2pm-6pm
Where: Candoro Marble / 4450 Cadora Ave. Knoxville
Candoro Arts and Heritage Center is one of Tennessee's most unique treasures. Built in 1923, the Center's main building is the former showroom and office of Candoro Marble Works, a historic East Tennessee company that was at one time the largest producers of Tennessee pink marble in the U.S. Today the building is an event center for the community and a museum honoring the legacy of the Marble City and people of the Vestal community. Join them for a community picnic on the grassy lawn! Bring your lunch and blankets for an afternoon of lawn games, music, and community fun! This event is free, but they suggest a donation of $5.00 per family that will go towards Candoro Marble. They also give out free tours on Sundays!
Photo Courtesy of Candora Marble Facebook Page
Eat & Drink: Tall Paul at Corner16
When: Friday, June 1st, 7pm-10pm
Where: Corner 16 / 1640 Bob Kirby Rd. Knoxville
Corner16 is a casual style restaurant for the whole family. They serve lunch and dinner and weekend brunch. With a mix of fresh snack and comfort foods their recipes are made the old-fashioned way. They source products locally when possible and make most everything from scratch. They also offer Smoky Mountain Brewery beers. Join them this Saturday and see Tall Paul live as he performs his melded together unique entertainment style of playing and writing. His show is engaging and humorous. Don't miss it!
Photo Courtesy of Corner16's Facebook Page
When: Saturday, June 2nd, 10am-4pm
Where: Concord Marina / 10915 S Northshore Dr. Knoxville
It's time to drive some boats ! Come test drive your new boat at the 31st annual On the Water Demo Test Drive day at Concord Marina on Ft Loudon Lake. Come by and test drive the all new 2018 MasterCraft Boat Company NXT, XT, and X series surf and wake boats, Sea Ray Boats & Yachts bowriders and deck boats, and the all new Barletta Pontoon Boats triple toon boats! Spread the word and come pick out your new boat. Special pricing and financing available !
Photo Courtesy of American Boat Center Facebook Page
Listed by: Great Life RE
Contact: Great Life RE Agent Lainey Jones at (865) 356-5003
Douglas Lake, Main Channel on almost 1 Acre. This lot has year round lakefront with nearly 200 ft of shoreline and boasts an amazing beachfront that walks right into the water. The lot is also conveniently located next to the public boat ramp. The property only requires a 600 sq. ft home so build your tiny House or mansion! A 3 bedroom septic is in place, city water is at the street and there is an existing foundation for a home on the property.
When: Saturday, June 2nd, 6pm-10pm
Where: Ijams Nature Center / 2915 Island Home Ave. Knoxville
Movie fans rejoice, the Ijams Nature Center and Central Cinema Movies Under the Stars series returns this summer! This weekend search the skies for everyone's favorite alien with a screening of E.T. The Extraterrestrial. Doors for this event will open at 6pm. Movies will begin at dark. Food trucks and the beer garden area will be open for this event. Feel free to bring blankets and lawn chairs for this event. NO COOLERS AND NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL PLEASE. Dogs are allowed at this event and they must be on a leash at all times. Tickets are $8 per person or $25 for a family four-pack of tickets.
Watch and Listen: The Legend of Georgia McBride
When: Friday, June 1st @ 7:30pm, Saturday, June [email protected] 7:30, Sunday, June 3rd @ 2:00pm
Where: Flying Anvil Theatre / 1300 Rocky Hill Rd. Knoxville
What happens when a failing Elvis impersonator reluctantly agrees to become a drag performer and finds out he’s really good at it? Hilarity ensues, with a powerful message about being true to yourself.
“The Legend of Georgia McBride,” by Matthew Lopez, is a bold, brassy comedy with a heart as big as its wigs. The show’s lip-syncing divas provide plenty of laughs while sharing the difficulties, discrimination and danger of their profession. It’s a gift to the audience, all wrapped up in sequins and feathers.
The play was a New York Times critic’s pick in 2015. Reviewer Charles Isherwood called it “full of sass and good spirits — along with a spritz or two of sentimentality.”
Photo Courtesy of Flying Anvil Theatre Facebook Page
Have a great weekend! Let us know if you give something on our list a try!