Knox Area Weekend To Do List - February 19-21, 2021
Check out this edition of the Great Life RE Weekend To Do List! While we try to find activities and events that promote social distancing and a safe environment please always use your own judgment when attending any activity or function.
Where: At Home!
Eat & Drink: Sweet & Sour Tasting
Where: The Casual Pint (Bearden) / 234 Brookview Center Way, Knoxville
Try: Try A Pot
Wear old clothes and come get muddy in this class. If you have always wanted to try your luck on the potter's wheel this is your chance. They will go over centering and pulling up a pot in the class.
- Students can expect to make 1 - 3 pieces.
- All materials included.
Listed by: Lainey Jones (865) 356-5003 and Eleanor Cippel (865) 712-3656
Beautiful lakefront lot on the Melton Hill Lake area in Loudon County. Enjoy year-round water! Convenient access to Knoxville. Enjoy the lake life!
Family: The Kiddie - Family Paint Party
Where: Painting With A Twist / 2415 Callahan Dr. Knoxville
Watch & Listen: Virtual Plays from The Flying Anvil
Flying Anvil Theatre is re-releasing two shows from their 2020 virtual season as on-demand streaming videos through February 22nd. Streaming passes for the shows The Deadline and Branching Out are available via their website, www.flyinganviltheatre.com.
The first on-demand offering is the original comedy Branching Out , by Jayne Morgan. Three bickering 60-something, White siblings discover they have a Black, much younger, half-sister during a family Zoom call. The three redefine their family tree in this adult comedy. Some mature language is used, themes are appropriate for high-school and up.
The second offering is The Deadline Office mates joke, bicker and backstab their way through Power Points and Break Out Rooms until one of the employees hears a strange noise and goes to investigate. Concern rises to panic and then outright horror as something infiltrates the meeting and maybe, the planet.
Each on-demand show is available at www.flyinganviltheatre.com starting February 12th. Tickets are recommended at $10, but audience members can choose their own price with “Pay What You Can" starting at $1.