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.
When: Saturday, March 20th, 9am
Where: Seven Islands State Birding Park / 2809 Kelly Lane, Kodak
Spring is coming and it is time to get outside for some fresh air! Join in for a 2-3 mile hike to look for wildflowers, nesting birds, and frogs singing in the ponds. Folks interested in birdwatching and wildlife viewing are encouraged to bring their binoculars. Participants will learn about the history of Seven Islands, the plants, trees, and wildlife found in the park, upcoming programs, and current projects at the park.
Please bring water and/or snacks with you and remember to wear appropriate clothing and footwear. We will meet at the Bluebird Barn by the main parking lot on Kelly Lane at 9:00am. This is a free hike, but please pre-registeration is required. For safety reasons, this hike is limited to 20 people and everyone is required to bring a mask.
If you have any questions regarding this hike, please contact Seasonal Ranger Clare at [email protected]
Photo Courtesy of Seven Islands State Birding Park Facebook Page
When: Friday and Saturday 11am-10pm, Sunday 11am-9pm
Where: 900 N. Central St. Knoxville
It's Food Truck Time in Tennessee! East Tennessee has the most vibrant and diverse food truck culture as you'll ever find. Anywhere.
Beginning in March, they're super excited to partner with more trucks than ever before, to better highlight what that scene has to offer. Vegan? They've got you covered. Vegetarian? They've got you. Carnivore? Oh you betcha!
Check out this weekends food truck line-up. They even have a UT Men's Basketball Watch Party happening Friday night!
Photo Courtesy of CJ's Tacos Facebook Page
When: Saturday, March 20th, 10am-11am
Where: 9036 Middlebrooke Pike, Knoxville
Enjoy a fun morning of outdoor socially-distanced Zumba classes w/ @zumba.with.sovanne , @_zumba.with.liz
- $10/p for each class!
- 60-minute class
- Amazing Instructors! @zumba.with.sovanne @_zumba.with.liz_
- Playground for the kids!
Register w/ the links below or download the app on your smartphone to register early.
PayPal: [email protected]
Cafe opens @11am so don’t forget to come inside and enjoy a refreshing boba tea & delicious food trucks. Enjoy Latin and Johnboys BBQ after your workout!
Photo Courtesy of Hey Bear Cafe Facebook Page
Listed by: Luke Rivers (865) 233-6634
Beautiful 2-story home located in North Knoxville in perfect proximity to one of the top highschools in Knoxville! Boasting 5 bedrooms and a bonus room that could serve your family as an entertainment room for the kids, this property is sure to have enough room for family and friends! The open concept floorplan on the main-level makes it the perfect home to entertain guests, and really makes the home feel so much bigger than it already is. Master closet is big enough to support your significant other's wardrobe without compromising your own, and the quiet back yard is private enough to make you feel as though you're deep in the East Tennessee woods. 2 master bedrooms, new roof, and new carpet!
When: Saturday, March 20th, 12pm-2:30pm
Where: Sweet Confections / 4109 Asheville Hwy, Knoxville
Let The Fun Begin! Children 6-12 years old will learn the basics of cake decorating, from making and coloring the buttercream to learning how to use some of the basic tips to make their design come to life. The course is $35 and each student will get 10% off their total purchase that day. We will take the first twelve paid students.
When: Friday, March 19th, 6:30pm - March 20th, 10pm
For over a half century the Jubille Festival has showcased old-time music, ballads, blues, shape-note singing and other area music in this annual event. The 52nd Jubilee Festival, like last year's 51st Jubilee Festival, will take place online.
Planning for their first festival started in the fall of 1969 with the implementation of an Appalachian Craft Festival in the spring of 1970 that included a music stage. In the next few years the traditional music component grew and the event came to be known as Jubilee Festival which Jubilee Community Arts has continued to produce each year. The 50th Jubilee Festival was held during a historic flood, but still filled the Laurel for three days with old and new friends. Though the ongoing pandemic forces them to cancel live events, they cannot let a year pass without the Jubilee Festival.
See the whole line-up here
Photo Courtesy of Jubilee Festival Facebook Page
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