Weekend To Do List, September 20-22, 2019

Do: IndiaFest 2019

When: Saturday, September 21st, 11am-4pm
Where: 963 World's Fair Park Dr SW, Knoxville    

Experience the Indian culture through food, song, dance, and other organized activities. IndiaFest will include instructed yoga practice, cooking demos, and many other cultural performances and events. 


  • Indian Vendors - Clothing, Jewelry, Regional Accessories
  • Indian Food Booths - Over two dozen different food samples to experience. 
  • Children's Booth - Featuring multiple games and actvities
  • Henna/Mehendi Body Art
  • Indian Arts and Crafts
  • Food Demonstrations
  • Regional Dances
  • Fashion Show
  • Yoga Demonstration 
  • Cultural Music
  • Indian Cultural Performances
  • Entertainment for All Ages
Photo Courtesy of Indiafest Facebook

Eat & Drink: 2019 Taste of Turkey Creek 

When: Friday, September 20th, 6pm-9pm
Where: Pinnacle at Turkey Creek / 11251 Parkside Dr, Knoxville   

Taste of Turkey Creek is Knoxville's premier tasting event, as well as the Pat Summitt Foundation's largest event of the year. Thanks to incredible local support, it has raised more than $85,000 to support the organization's fight against Alzheimer's disease.

The 2019 Taste of Turkey Creek event will offer samplings from a variety of local restaurants, as well as a selection of craft beer and wine. In addition, the event will include a silent auction and kids’ corner. Guests will also have the opportunity to vote for their favorite dishes as participating restaurants compete for the coveted People’s Choice Silver Knife Award.
Adult General Admission is $25. Children (6-12) are $10. VIP Tickets are $100. Get more info and tickets here

Photo Courtesy of Pinnacle Turkey Creek Facebook Page

Try: Craft Beer and Coir Rug Crafting with AR Workshop Knoxville 

When: Friday, September 20th, 5:30pm-6:45pm or 6:30pm-7:45pm
Where: The Casual Pint Maryville / 721 Watkins Rd, Maryville 

Join AR Workshop Knoxville at Casual Pint Maryville to drink craft beer and craft a personalized coir rug. Pre-registration is required and includes all materials and instruction. Coir Mats are eco friendly door mats as they are made from natural coir fibres which are extracted from the outer shell of coconut and is known for its durability, strength and water absorption.

Photo Courtesy of AR Workshops

Buy: Beautiful & Spacious Home on 20+ Acres For Rent

Listed By: Great Life RE brokered by eXp Realty
Contact: Lainey Jones (865) 356-5003 or Eleanor Cippel (865) 712-3656

Beautiful and spacious home on 20+ acres Home on just minutes from Knoxville and Oak Ridge. Huge full-length front porch just needs your rocking chairs! Open floor plan with soaring ceilings conveys an abundance of natural light, hardwood floors, crown molding, custom kitchen cabinets w/built-in china, pantry, bar and solid surface counters. Master suite boasts a separate room for office or nursery, soaker tub and detached shower. Second bedroom has 20-ft ceiling and ensuite bathroom. Large bonus room / 4th bedroom. Ample parking and storage for ALL your toys in the 3-car attached garage and carport PLUS detached 48x40 bldg with 14' high entry! Can rent house and four-stall barn and pasture with water/electric for $2500 per month.

Family: Crafty Saturday

When: Saturday, September 21st, 11am-11:30am
Where: Howard Pinkston Library / Martin Mill Pike, Knoxville  

Take the kiddos (ages 3-10) to Howard Pinkston Library for Crafty Saturday. They will participate in a fun craft with paint and potato stamps AND get in the spirit of Fall! All materials provided. 

Watch & Listen: 20th Annual Dumplin Valley Bluegrass Festival 

When: Sept 19th - Sept 21st 
Where: Dumplin Valley Farm RV Park / 525 E Dumplin Valley Rd, Kodak    

The 20th Annual Dumplin Valley Bluegrass Festival will once again bring 3 days of world-class, original live bluegrass music from 15 regional and national acts to Kodak, TN. 

 For 20 years, the Dumplin Valley Bluegrass Festival has been honoring our mountain roots, history, and heritage while entertaining bluegrass fans from across the country.  Founders and promoters Joe and Mitzi Soward have been attracting the most talented bluegrass, gospel, and country artists through the years, and the event now features some of the biggest and best names in the genre.

Get your ticket, grab your lawn chair and if you’re a picker--bring your instrument. This hometown family-fun gathering has also become a destination for pickers who enjoy jamming with other music lovers!  

Photo Courtesy of Dumplin Valley Bluegrass Festival Facebook Page

Have a great weekend! Let us know if you give something on our list a try! 

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