Weekend To Do List - Socially Distant Edition
We are still being cautious and hoping and praying that COVID goes away SOON! Each week we bring you the Great Life RE Weekend To Do List. We don't want to stop now! While we wait for things to get better, we want to bring you plenty of great things to do. It's easy to go stir-crazy at home, but thankfully there are a lot of ways to stay active and safe while you're practicing social distancing.
So let's try another week of the Great Life RE Weekend To Do List: Social Distancing Edition!
Where: Sustainable Future Center / 201 Ogle Ave. Knoxville
Sustainable Future Center holds an annual Permaculture Tour, featuring garden and permaculture projects in our area, meant to inspire, catalyze and invigorate you in your permaculture journey.
How does it work?
You come to the Sustainable Future Center first between 9am - 3pm, start your tour at the site and then you'll sign up for the other site tours at the front desk. You will be given a health screening and a band at SFC, that you will need in order to visit the other sites. Then you're off! Most sites are within 15 minutes (you will be driving yourself to the other sites).
This is your chance to see permaculture sites in different stages of development, observe and ask questions.
First on the tour is the Sustainable Future Center where they will showcase the burgeoning practice of permaculture design. View the sites, systems, and regenerative practices put in place in the five years since the center's inception.
Meet some of the people who farm, garden, teach, and create at the Sustainable Future Center, as well as connect with your permaculture/farming community.
You must check in at Sustainable Future Center by 3pm and the last tour ends at 6pm. (some sites end by 2pm, so come early if you can!)
Eat & Drink: Fair Food Weekend
Where: Knoxville Adventure Collective / 900 Volunteer Landing Lane, Knoxville
Join in at The Knoxville Adventure Collective headquarters for a night paddle on the Tennessee River as the sun sets behind the downtown Knoxville skyline. The night lights from the city create unique paddling experience only offered at the Adventure Collective. Each renter is provided with a LED light to keep you safe on the water. Limited space available and must book in advance.
Listed by: Luann "Lulu" Labedz (828) 273-6764
Luxury Log Home with Spectacular Long Range Mountain and Valley Views! Privately situated on 2.4 tree lined acres overlooking the pastoral setting of Jonathan Valley near Waynesville, NC. Spacious open floor plan, 2 story great room with stunning tongue and groove ceilings and floor to ceiling windows to take in the year round views. Stone hearth fireplace, hardwoods, solid surfaces, stainless appliances. Main level Master Suite with access to deck and hot tub. Two additional bedrooms, bath and loft/bonus area on upper level. Fully finished lower level with additional sleeping suite and family/rec/game room. Covered front porch and expansive back/side decks. THIS IS A PRISTINE FAMILY HOME NEVER USED AS A RENTAL. Comes fully furnished by High Country Furniture. Includes furniture, artwork, linens, fully stocked kitchen. Just bring the extended family to Enjoy Years of Memories Made in the Mountains. Paved access to home. Short drive to Waynesville and easy access on Interstate 40.
Where: Knoxville Children's Theatre / 109 East Church Well Avenue, Knoxville
Adapted from the award-winning book by Louis Sachar, this play focuses on Stanley Yelnats, a troubled kid who is sent to a boys’ detention center, Camp Green Lake. The warden tells the boys that they must dig holes five feet wide by five feet deep in order to “build character.” But Stanley soon realizes that this isn’t the real reason they’re being subjected to such treatment. The boys are digging holes because the warden is looking for something, and Stanley will do his best to dig up the truth. To see the current safety precautions that KCT has in place click here.
Watch & Listen: Ancient Sounds Celtic and Appalachian Outdoor Music Festival
Where: Ramsey House / 2614 Thorngrove Pike, Knoxville
*UPDATE* Due to inclement weather this weekend, the Ancient Sounds Outdoor Concert Series presented by Grayson Subaru on September 13th will be postponed to Sunday, September 20th with the same great line up of Wild Blue Yonder and The Tenos! If you have already bought tickets, you are welcome to transfer to the new date, or receive a full refund. We look forward to seeing you on the 20th!
Click here to purchase your tickets ➡️➡️https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ancient-sounds-concert-series-…
Celebrate the “unofficial end of summer” on the beautiful grounds of Historic Ramsey House. Come hear Celtic and Appalachian music, performed by a lineup of regional talent.
Have a great weekend! Let us know if you give something on our list a try!