Weekend To Do List, December 27-29, 2019
When: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10am-10pm
Where: Wilderness at the Smokies /
The holidays are all about traditions, which is why Wilderness at the Smokies is excited to announce that its outdoor ice skating rink will be returning for the holiday season, November 15, 2019 - January 5, 2020.
The 3,200 square foot ice rink, which doubles as the resort’s outdoor wave pool in summer, will be available for hotel guests and the public to enjoy. The admission fee will be included with guest room rates if guests use Code: ICESKATE at the time of booking. On site it will be $20 per person including ice skates
Eat & Drink: A Romantic New Years Culinary Journey To Spain
When: Saturday, December 28th, 6pm-9pm
Where: The Cutting Edge Classroom / 817 North Herron Rd, Knoxville
Get ready for a truly unique experience and join The Cutting Edge Classroom for an incredible evening of food, cooking demonstrations, and fun! You and your date will enjoy an amazing experience as the Chef walks you through a culinary celebration of the New Year. Discover how romantic and fun it is to experience an interactive cooking class while enjoying each others company and the company of others! You’ll be amazed as the chef prepares a small plate Tapas menu full of authentic and delicious courses straight from Spain! You will also have the opportunity to get involved with the actual preparation! Everyone will enjoy a glass of champagne! (21 years and older). A variety of Wine, Beer, and Ciders will be available for purchase to compliment your meal. Price is for one couple.
Chorizo and Goat Cheese Filled Dates Wrapped In Bacon
Fresh Seafood Paella
Albondigas, Tomato Sauce, Cheese
Pan Con Tamate, Baguette, Tomato, Garlic, Shaved Cheese
Churros, Chocolate Ganache, Cinnamon Sugar
Try: Vision Board Party
When: Sunday, December 29th, 1pm - 4pm
Where: Infinite Light Center / 1400 N 6th Ave, B6-7, Knoxville
This is The Infinite Light Center’s Annual Vision Board Party. A great time to plan and vision for 2020! All materials to make your Vision Board are provided. You can, of course, bring any special pictures you would like to use. Light snacks will be served. $25. Must RSVP with Theresa so they will have enough supplies. To pre-register - See www.theresarichardson.com/services .
Listed By: Great Life RE brokered by eXp Realty
Contact: Austen Trotter (865) 680-6728
Top floor luxury condo centrally located in the heart of Pigeon Forge with AMAZING MOUNTAIN VIEWS. This deluxe condo comes fully furnished with a large open floor plan, granite countertops, gas log fireplace, stainless appliances, washer & Dryer, and large beautiful windows with plantation blinds and lots of natural lighting. It includes many onsite Amenities including: Outdoor pool with Lazy River and Water-slide, Fitness Center, Meeting Areas, Arcade Games, & MUCH MORE! If you are looking for luxurious maintenance free living that is right in the heart of the Smoky Mountains, THIS IS IT! Within walking distance to the Old Mill & other Pigeon Forge attractions, It Would be a Great Home, Second Home, or Investment Property. You have to come see these Incredible VIEWS for yourself!
When: Friday, December 27th, 5pm-8pm
Where: The Muse Knoxville / 516 N Beaman St. Knoxville
Please note: Limit 3 children per adult. Muse Knoxville has a set number of guests that can be allowed into the museum at any given time, so guests will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis. There is no pre-registration for admission.
Watch & Listen: Rachel McIntyre Smith
When: Saturday, December 28th, 6pm-7:30pm
Where: The Vienna Coffeehouse / 212 College St. Maryville
Rachel McIntyre Smith is an award-winning pianist and songwriter. She grew up in Oliver Springs,TN, but moved to Chattanooga to attend college at UTC. She plays 4 instruments- piano, guitar, ukulele, and clarinet. She classifies her music as a blend of country, indie, and vintage pop drawing inspiration from Kacey Musgraves, Carole King, Taylor Swift and the sounds of old country and 60s girl bands. Rachel recently opened for American-Idol Runner Up, Caleb Lee Hutchinson, and Nashville Folk Band, Boy Named Banjo. This regional artist has also been featured on WUTC's Writers in The Round and The Chattanooga Times Free Press Music Wednesdays.
One of her bucket list dreams is for a group of moms to belt out one of her songs at a karaoke bar on a weeknight. She laughingly asks that people please listen to her music so she won't look like a failure at her high school reunion. Clearly and artist with a sense of humor, she has the talent to back it up.
Have a great weekend! Let us know if you give something on our list a try!