Kick off the first Levitt AMP Middlesboro Music Series with a huge opening show. First, the sweet R&B sounds of Joslyn and the Sweet Compressions, followed by the amazing talented blues/soul of Devon Gillfillian.
All our shows are completely FREE. The Levitt AMP Park is located at 2005 Cumberland Ave (Fountain Square). Parking available in City Parking Lot on 19th Street.
For info on this and all other shows, visit http://concerts.levittamp.org/middlesboro
Betty is teaching another wonderful Wine and Painting Class! This class we will be painting a rooster.
Sip on some wine and learn to paint from one of the best!
Tickets are only $35 and must be purchased in advance by calling (865) 745-2902 or by coming into The Winery.
Seating is limited and fills up very fast so make sure you reserve your ticket today!
Wine is not included in the ticket price but enjoy Thirsty Thursday Drink Specials.
Glass of Wine - $4.00
Slushie Glass - $5.50
Judith Toy is a 27-year student of Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh whose gentle influence will overlay this retreat in the Plum Village tradition. Within a safe envelope of mindfulness, we will slow way down to touch our deepest roots, to seek and find our wild inner artist child--the mask maker! and to create ancestral masks. To that end, we will practice seated and walking meditation, recognize and honor our land ancestors, the Cherokee, make art, enjoy nutritious veggie meals, locate our true selves within our land, blood and spiritual lineages, and make art.
Join Ranger Wray for a guided kayak tour of beautiful Cove Lake. During the fun 2 hour tour, you will learn many different aspects of the lake that you may not have known. Be sure to bring water to carry with you. Fee is $15.00 per person.
Registration fee is refundable if cancelled 15 or more days prior to event date or if cancelled by park staff due to thunder/lightning on the day of event. Fee is non-refundable if cancelled less than 14 days prior to event date.
Must be 14 years old or older. Children 14-16 years of age must have a parent accompany them.
Kayaks, paddles, and personal flotation devices will be provided to the 11 persons who register through this link- https://tnstateparks.com/parks/event_details/cove-lake/#/?event=kayak-july-21-9am
Unlimited spaces are available to those who have their own kayak! Age limit of 14 and up still applies. No pre-registration is needed but you must stop at the park office the day of the event and pay the daily personal watercraft permit fee before joining the program. Office hours are 8:00am-4:30pm. Daily permit is $8.00 per kayak.
Compete for the title of one of the south's most prestigious festivals.
The 26th annual GRAINGER COUNTY TOMATO FESTIVAL
This year the pageant will be held the weekend before the festival.
Contestants from any area are welcome.
9 girls age groups and 2 boys
OPEN TO CONTESTANTS FROM ANY AREA/STATE
Fri. July 27 Noon-8pm
Sat. July 28 9am-6pm
Sun. July 29 Noon-5pm
7480 Rutledge Pike (Elementary & Middle school & Surrounding Areas)
🌿Come join Soaring Sparrow (handmade one of a kind jewelry & dream catchers) and many other local artists, craftsmen, and talent at one of the largest FREE festivals in East Tennessee. The festival has been named by Parade magazine as one of the top ten festivals in the USA! Wow that's impressive!! 😃
Even The famous country musician *Trace Adkins* will be performing a free live music show Saturday evening.
So many special events will take place during this 3 day festival. Mark your calendars because this is one festival you don't want to miss!
This will also be a Bicentennial Ride celebrating Whitley County's 200th Birthday! This is a FREE Ride and all riders will receive a FREE Bicentennial Mug for participating. All Riders welcome, please join US. Registration is at 8:30 AM and the Ride starts at 10:00 AM
Judy Kerr, a Business Owner, certified to teach QuickBooks conducts this computer based seminar with this highly popular and widely used accounting system. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own accounting work to class for real life examples. Instructor : Judy Kerr, Room # 235
The 11th Annual Relay for Life Bike Run will be held on Saturday, July 28th. Registration will begin at 11am, with KSU at 1pm. $10 per rider. There will be DOOR PRIZES given along the route, and a large AUCTION upon return. LIVE MUSIC by Brandon Fulson (6pm) and Southern Steel (8pm). You do not have to participate in the ride to enjoy the auction and live music, so bring the family out!
Join Ranger Rooker for a guided kayak tour of beautiful Cove Lake during the full moon. During the fun 2 hour tour, Ranger Rooker will guide you from the boat dock area to the fishing pier located in the picnic area to witness the full moon and gaze at the stars over Cove Lake. Be sure to bring water to carry with you.
Registration fee is refundable if cancelled 15 or more days prior to event date or if cancelled by park staff due to thunder/lightning on the day of event. Fee is non-refundable if cancelled less than 14 days prior to event date. Must be 14 years old or older. Children 14-16 years of age must have a parent accompany them.
Kayaks, paddles, and personal flotation devices will be provided to the 11 persons who register through this link under the "Park Provided Kayak" tab. Each registration will include a headlamp for each participant to keep. Fee is $25.00 per person.
We are proud to announce Mountain Park Old Time Band as our third Levitt AMP Middlesboro Music Series date on August 2nd! All shows in the series are completely FREE of charge and are held at the Levitt Lot (Fountain Square) at 2005 Cumberland Ave in downtown Middlesboro, KY every Thursday evening from July 26 until September 20th! For information on this show and all our series, visit http://concerts.levittamp.org/middlesboro
Alaya will be returning to Well Being Retreat Center to lead another transformative silent weekend retreat. Check-in will be after 4:00 pm on Friday and the retreat will end after lunch on Sunday. Alaya teaches in the non-dual, direct path, spiritual tradition several times a month in Asheville.
Bask in Alaya's loving presence and clarity for a two-night silent retreat at Well Being Retreat Center where you will be well cared for, well fed, and have the opportunity to experience profound inner and outer silence.
Following a spontaneous awakening twenty years ago, Alaya has deepened her understanding by immersing herself in the teachings of Neelam (in the lineage of Ramana Maharshi) and with personal counseling with Adyashanti.
Join us for a fun night of BBQ on Saturday, August 4th, from 5pm to 8pm at Levi Jackson State Park, Shelter 5 proceeds will benefit Hope for Animals Rescue Team. Live music will be provided by Well Traveled from Paris, Kentucky. BBQ provided by Smokey Bears BBQ & Catering located in Corbin, Kentucky. Vegan options available by request. There will also be a great silent auction as well and treats for the doggies. Please feel free to bring your furry friends!. Come out for a night of great food and entertainment for a great cause! For more information please contact Donna Slover (606)765-2219 or Sandy Ramsey (606) 344-3176
Announcing the Shine Your Light 5k on Friday, August 10th, 2018 brought to downtown Harlan by the Hope Center and organizer Rene Cornette! You can register for this GLOW run at the Harlan Center or the day of the race! The proceeds will benefit the ladies of the Hope Center! This race will be $10 until the day of registration when the price will increase to $15. The race will begin at the Harlan Center and follow the route of the Harlan County Run with Color 5k. For more information on this race, feel free to call Rene Cornette at 606.671.7792 or the Harlan Center at 606.573.4495.
Please join your community, as we spruce up the downtown in anticipation of our Levitt AMP Concert Series!
We will be picking up trash, sweeping the sidewalks, pulling weeds, and making our downtown as beautiful as we can.
You are encouraged to bring along whatever tools you may have, as supplies will be limited.
Free lunch will be provided to all those who volunteer! Hope to see you there!
For the first time in 40 years, the Book of Job returns to Laurel Cove! The Middlesborough Little Theatre is bringing back this classic for 4 shows only! You do not want to miss the opportunity to see a production as legendary as this. Tickets on sale now! $15 ticket price includes our cookout buffet and the show.
Create a beautiful centerpiece of succulents in a stunning planter while enjoying sangria!
First, we will go over how to make our Summer Time Sangria which you can enjoy during the class.
Then, Alan Beeler will guide you through making your unique succulent arrangement.
$30 Class Includes:
Planting Material Glass of Sangria
The Black Lillies have never backed down from a challenge. Proudly independent since their formation, they are always pushing forward and evolving, letting the inspiration and music take focus. That drive has led them to become one of Americana's biggest success stories: an internationally-renowned band of roots-rockers, armed with songs that blur the boundaries between folk, soul, red dirt country, blues and rock.
We are now taking Applications for 2018 #TRAR
deadline Aug 25,2018
Application on https://www.maynardvillepubliclibrary.org/our-authors
Maynardville Public Library is hosting our 6th Author Event. The Events name is Thunder Road Author Rally and will be on Saturday September 8th 2018 at the Maynardville Public Library. The Library’s address is 296 Main St, Maynardville TN 37807 and the phone number is 865-992-7106. This is a chance for authors to get out and promote their books and meet their readers. The Library does not charge the author to take part as this is a free event for both the authors and the readers, Authors are encouraged to bring books to sell to the public
The 2018 festival will be held on September 8th. This year we are having an evening festival. The new times for the festival are 4pm -9pm.We will once again have food venders, crafters and of course great bluegrass music. This is a free event. Luttrell Music Festival is a family oriented event so we prohibit alcohol.
2018 Chosen beneficiary of Festival proceeds is Luttrell Volunteer Fire Department.
2nd Annual Duck Derby Race to benefit Servolution Health Services (SHS) will be held on September 9, 2018. Ducks can be purchased for $500.00 ($500 prize) or $10 ($1,000 prize). Cumberland Gap Fire Department will be having a pancake breakfast. There will also be a Children's Duck Race and other games. Ducks can be purchased at the SHS website https://www.servolutionhealthservices.org/ and other locations in Harrogate and Cumberland Gap.
Follow us on our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/ServolutionHealthServices/
John Moreland is widely recognized as one of the most talened singer-songwriters alive. Come check him out at the Levitt Lot at 2005 Cumberland Ave in downtown Middlesboro, KY. This show is completely FREE of charge (as our all shows in our series). For more information on this show and the others in our series, please visit http://concerts.levittamp.org/middlesboro
Join us for the 12th Annual Louie Bluie Music and Arts Festival on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018, at Cove Lake State Park. Multiple stages of live music, craft village, judged art competition and quilt show, food vendors, kids' zone and lots of fun! Admission is free. RSVP and invite your family and friends!
Moonbow 50K :
The Moonbow 50k is an out-and-back (Approx. 31 miles) trail race that begins at the Moonbow Trail head near the Visitor's Center in Cumberland Falls State Park. The course takes runners along the Sheltowee Trace Trail, Kentucky's longest trail. Runners will be treated to miles of winding, single-track trails and natural landmarks that include stunning rock overhangs, bark camp cascades, and magnificent waterfalls. Runners will enjoy scenic views as thy run alongside Class III-IV Cumberland River and adjoining creeks. The races end with an iconic finish at the base of one of the most famous wonders of this region, Cumberland Falls. Standing 68 feet high and 125 feet wide, with an average water flow of 3,600 cubic feet per second, this waterfall has earned it's nickname as the Niagara of the south.
**There is a 11 hour cutoff time for the Moonbow 50k
The Moonbow 30K is an out-and-back (Approx. 18.6 miles) trail race that begins at the Moonbow Trail head near the Visitor's Center in Cumberland Falls State Park. The course takes runners along the Sheltowee Trace Trail, Kentucky's longest trail. Runners will be treated to miles of winding, single-track trails and natural landmarks that include stunning rock overhangs, bark camp cascades, and magnificent waterfalls. Runners will enjoy scenic views as they run alongside Class III-IV Cumberland River and adjoining creeks. The races end with an iconic finish at the base of one of the most famous wonders of this region, Cumberland Falls. Standing 68 feet high and 125 feet wide, with an average water flow of 3,600 cubic feet per second, this waterfall has earned it's nickname as the Niagara of the south.
**There is a 9 hour cutoff time for the Moonbow 30K
The Moonbow 10k is an out-and-back (Approx. 6.1 miles) trail race that begins at the Moonbow Trail head near the Visitor's Center in Cumberland Falls State Park. The course takes runners along the Sheltowee Trace Trail, Kentucky's longest trail. Runners will be treated to miles of winding, single-track trails and natural landmarks that include stunning rock overhangs and magnificent waterfalls. Runners will enjoy scenic views as they run alongside Class III-IV Cumberland River and adjoining creeks. The races end with an iconic finish at the base of one of the most famous wonders of this region, Cumberland Falls. Standing 68 feet high and 125 feet wide, with an average water flow of 3,600 cubic feet per second, this waterfall has earned it's nickname as the Niagara of the south.
**There is a 6 hour cutoff time for the Moonbow 10k
f you only ride one ride this fall ROCK THE CRATER on October 6th should be the one!
The First 150 to sign up (by July 31). Will be guaranteed a goodie bag valued at approx $30 making the cost of the ride practically free (thanks to our generous sponsors) plus you can add a RTC18 camo Jersey at our cost (again, thanks to our sponsors)
However, prices will go up again at midnight June 30th right now the ride alone is $30 (including the goodie bag, BBQ lunch, SAG, friendly well stocked rest stops and finisher medals. The Jersey combo package (all the above +jersey) is only $65! You pay nearly that for Jersey alone!
Make sure you reserve you spot and share this with your friends!!!
The City of LaFollette will host it's 4th annual Big Creek Fall ATV Festival in the downtown city of LaFollette, TN. Families from all around are welcome to bring in their atvs and ride the North Cumberland WMA OHV Riding Trails. The festival will have vendors from all over selling food, art and crafts, atv gear, atv's, and much more. There will be plenty of music playing throughout the day. Drag Racing and Pole Bending competitions. A Kid's zone. Everyone is welcome to take a guided tour on the trails with the City; Easy, Medium, or Challenging Ride. And don't forget to sign up for the festival's great Door Prizes!! Keep checking back with us, there's more to come!!!
At the onset of the Revolutionary War, women not only became providers, but warriors who found themselves defending their hearth and home. Journey to Martin's Station to take up arms with the women of Powell's Valley, as they learn skills such as tomahawk throwing, musket firing, and fire starting. Demonstrations start at 11 a.m. The women will show off their new skills in a competition at 2 p.m. Watch them prepare for a night of danger as a hostile war party approaches Martin's Station at 8:30 p.m.
This 5-day program is offered to students in grades 9 - 11 and is designed to aid in the discovery of inner peace as well as to promote peace within families, neighborhoods, schools, and indeed the total Earth community.
Participants will arrive at Narrow Ridge at 4pm on Monday, July 9th and depart at 4pm on Saturday, July 14th. Participants will reside in Narrow Ridge’s Strawbale Lodge where they will be served tasty vegetarian meals. The week will be filled with opportunities to enjoy nature with daily outdoor activities including working in the community garden, a day hike through Narrow Ridge’s Black Fox Wilderness, a night hike, star gazing, and a campfire
Our good buddy Casper Allen returns to Tennessee Brewsky's. Come welcome him back to New Tazewell, TN!
We'll also be welcoming back Anthony Simpkins from GemsOnVHS who will be taking video of the performance and exclusive interviews! Come see all the action and stick around to party with us!
We would like to invite everyone to a community day on July 7th, 2018 hosted by the "Friends of Kingdom Come State Park Foundation." Join us for a free cookout, live music, and some fun and games. There will also be a scavenger hunt, corn hole tournament and a miniature golf tournament. Don't miss all the excitement!
The Lovely Laurel River Lake Paddle Blast returns as part of the Kentucky Waterman Series with 3 awesome courses; the 2.5 mile Round the Island Fun Race, 6 Mile LL Open Race, and the 10 Mile LL Open Race. All races launch from the spillway beach at picturesque Laurel River Lake within the Daniel Boone National Forest. This year the Paddle Blast is proud to be apart of the Southern Stoke Paddle Series, a long running series of SUP races that take place around the Southeast.
2.5 Mile Fun Race
6 Mile LL Open Race
10 Mile LL Open Race
7:00 A.M: Registration Starts at Spillway Beach Area
8 A.M: 10 Mile Racer Meeting
8:30 A.M: 10 Mile Race Start
8:45 A.M: 6 Mile Race Meeting
9 A.M: 6 Mile Race Start
10 A.M: 2.5 Mile Race/Family Canoe Race Start
1 P.M: Awards Ceremony on Beach
To register/for more information: https://www.explorekentucky.us/2018-lovely-laurel-river-lake-paddle-blast
The Lovely Laurel River Lake Paddle Blast returns as part of the Kentucky Waterman Series with 2 awesome courses; the 5000 Meter Round the Island Race and the 10 Mile LL Open Race. All races launch from the spillway beach at picturesque Laurel River Lake which is surrounded by Daniel Boone National Forest. This year the Paddle Blast is proud to be apart of the Southern Stoke Paddle Series, a series of SUP races that happen around the Southeast.
5000 Meter (3.1 Mile) Round the Island Race
10 Mile LL Open Race
News spreads across Virginia's frontier that on July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress, meeting in Philadelphia, approved a Declaration of Independence, severing the colonies' ties to the British Crown. Experience the news of liberty with the men and women at Martin's Station and discuss how the pending war will affect their lives. Special program presentations at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.