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Saturday, October 10th, 2015

  • | 8:00am - 1:00pm | Charity, Fundraiser
    - The fifth year for this event, the 10 Mile Overmountain Victory Run is a USATF point-to-point road race following the scenic and beautiful Watauga River where 235 years ago, the victorious Overmountain Men marched home after defeating the British at the Battle of Kings Mountain. In addition to the 10 Mile run there will be a 3K fitness walk/ fun run. All proceeds benefit the Rocky Mount Historical Association - See more at:
    Rocky Mount Living History Museum
    200 Hyder Hill Road Piney Flats TN 37686
    Rocky Mount Living History Museum 14235387396
  • - Meet other birders and naturalists at 8 a.m. for a morning of birding during the migratory season.
    Sycamore Shoals State Park
    1651 W. Elk Ave. Elizabethton TN 37643
    Sycamore Shoals State Park 423.543.5808
  • | 9:00am - 4:00pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - Legion Street Pool will be transformed into a fishing hole on Saturday, Oct. 10th, with 2,000 rainbow trout up for grabs in Johnson City’s annual “Say YES to Fishing, Say NO to Drugs” fishout. Children ages 3-14 are invited to participate in this free event from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Poles and bait will be provided, and hundreds of prizes will be given. Volunteers will clean the fish caught by youth so they can take them home to cook!
    Legion Street Pool
    111 Legion St. Johnson City TN
    Community Relations 423.434.6249
  • | 9:00am - 7:00pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - Car & Bike show in Freedom Hall Parking Lot B beginning at 9:00 AM; concert featuring John Anderson inside Freedom Hall at 7:00 PM.
    Freedom Hall
    1320 Pactalas Road Johnson City TN 37604
  • | 9:00am - 5:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - Come one and all! The Pumpkin Fest Gala is October 10th. Good food, great music, vendors galore and lots of fun. This is a day for the entire family to enjoy. Bring your little one to meet Elsa from Frozen. Young and old will have something to do – beauty contest, rock climbing, car show, hay rides and cake walks. That is just a few of the activities that will be available. Come and enjoy your friends and neighbors. Hours are 9 AM until —. See you there!
    Downtown Mountain City
  • | 9:00am - 12:00pm | Schools and Education
    - Instructor: Ronnie Lail
    Saturday, October 10
    9 AM – noon
    Cost: $60 includes loom (to keep!) & all supplies
    Min: 3 Max: 8
    $20 thread only
    $10 instruction only
    Learn how to weave wide sashes, narrow bands, and shoelaces on a loom that is light-weight and easy to carry around! You can create wonderful patterns through varied placement of colorful thread. Bring scissors.
    Sycamore Shoals State Park
    1651 W. Elk Ave. Elizabethton TN 37643
    Sycamore Shoals State Park 423.543.5808
  • | 9:00am - 7:00pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - “In this region, just about everyone grew up under a quilt,” says Patricia Mink, head of the ETSU fibers program. “Down here, everybody has a quilt story. It’s part of the richness of this region.”
    Mothers, grandmothers and younger stitchers have been making quilts for warmth and bedding since the beginnings of the “New World” and padding fabrics to clothe, comfort and protect for centuries.
    In the last 50 years, though, quilting has become a billion-dollar industry, Mink says, and at the same time, visual artists have experimented increasingly with the layered form and myriad techniques and marks. “It’s a medium that’s accessible because it has the connection to the familiar,” she says, “but it is also new to people in a lot of ways, so it is my intent to help expand that understanding of the quilt.”
    Slocumb Galleries
    232 Sherrod Dr., ETSU Campus Johnson City TN
    Karlota Contrearas-Koterbay 423.483.3179
  • - Instructor: Joani Range-Douglas
    Saturday, October 10
    9:30 am – 2:00 pm
    Cost: $25.00 (includes frame and hook, and all project supplies)
    Min: 4 Max: 8
    Make a small American Flag Pillow using traditional rug hooking techniques. The class includes all supplies and tools required to finish the project. The kit includes: frame, rug hook, linen backing, cut wool strips, pillow back and finishing material. Pillow size is approximately 8” x 5”.
    Sycamore Shoals State Park
    1651 W. Elk Ave. Elizabethton TN 37643
    Sycamore Shoals State Park 423.543.5808
  • | 10:00am - | Charity, Fundraiser
    - More than just a few-mile trek, the Walk to Defeat ALS® is an opportunity to bring hope to people living with ALS, to raise money for a cure, and to come together for something you care about. The Walk to Defeat ALS® is The ALS Association’s biggest annual event, which raises funds that allow our local chapters to sustain care services and support research for much of the next year.
    Warriars Path Park
    490 Hemlock Road Kingsport TN 37663
    Monika Hancock 865.936.3296
  • | 10:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - The Fife & Drum Corps performs at historical events, dedications, and parades. This group is open to anyone ages 13 and up. Musical experience is welcome but not necessary; just come with a willingness to learn. Meet our volunteer coordinator John Large at the Sycamore Shoals Visitors Center. Lessons are free of charge, just call and let us know you’re coming!
    Sycamore Shoals State Park
    1651 W. Elk Ave. Elizabethton TN 37643
    Sycamore Shoals State Park 423.543.5808
  • | 10:00am - 12:00pm | Schools and Education
    - Have you ever been interested in digging here at the Gray Fossil Site? Well, the first 25 people to make a reservation have the chance to dig with us on National Fossil Day from 10:00 a.m. - noon, which is Saturday, October 10th. The fee is $5 plus general admission. Email us an, send us a Facebook message, or call us at 1-866-202-6223 to reserve your spot! It's open to anyone age 7 and up.
    Gray Fossil Site/Natural History Museum
    1212 Suncrest Dr. Gray TN 37615
    Gray Fossil Site/Natural History Museum 423.439.3659
  • | 10:30am - 2:30pm | Arts and Entertainment
    Art in the Heart Gallery (formerly Flying Pig Gallery & Studios)
    Corner of Broad and Center Street Kingsport TN 37660
    Art in the Heart Gallery 423.392.8417
  • | 10:30am - 11:30am | Health Seminars and Screenings
    - Join us to learn asthma basics, the importance of an

    asthma action plan, and common asthma terminology.
    Indian Path Resource Center
    2101 Fort henry Drive Kingsport TN 37664
    Indian Path Resource Center 423.857.7981
  • | 12:00pm - 7:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - Imagine spending a beautiful autumn afternoon worshiping God alongside your family and hundreds of other believers in a field surrounded by the colorful leaves of an East Tennessee Fall? You can! LOVE FM, Roadrunner Markets, and WKPT- ABC Channel 19 invite you to Harvest Fest- Kingsport’s first Family-Friendly Christian Music Fall Festival!

    On October 10th, join us at Cleek Farms in Kingsport for a day-long Christian concert featuring Dove Award nominated artists Mandisa (“Overcomer”, “Good Morning”, “Stronger”) and Danny Gokey (“Hope in Front of Me”) as well as Newsong (” The Christmas Shoes”). Other artists to include Carrollton, Calling Glory, Tanner Clark and Reno. While listening to some great music, you can also enjoy some great food as some of the Tri-Cities best food trucks will be on site! So bring your blankets and lawn chairs and head to Harvest Fest on October 10th!

    Concert starts at noon. Get your tickets today through itickets here.


    1) What time is the concert?

    First band starts at noon. Concert ends promptly at 6:45.

    2) When will Mandisa/Danny Gokey be on stage?

    They will be on stage at 4:30.

    3) How much are tickets?

    $15. If you’d like a VIP ticket, those are $20.

    4) Can we bring food to Harvest Fest?

    No. Food trucks will be on site!

    5) Will there be any chairs/bleachers?

    No. We ask you bring your own lawn chairs and/or blankets.

    6) Is my ticket refundable?


    7) Where can I purchase tickets?

    At itickets…link above. You can find out more information at
    Cleek Farms
    2233 Cleek Road Kingsport TN
    Cleek Farms 423.765.3123
  • | 1:00pm - 7:00pm | Arts and Entertainment
    Kingsport Carousel
    308 Clinchfield St. Kingsport
    Kingsport Carousel 423.392.8414
  • - Ages 3 years to pre-K. Check room 216 for workshop location. $15 per workshop.
    1200 E. Center St. Kingsport TN
    KingsportARTS 423.392.8420
  • | 1:00pm - 3:00pm | Kids, Kids, Art, Youth, KingsportARTS
    - Students will be learning about different artists and their unique interpretations of various subject matter. Each month, the work of two artists, one realistic and one abstract, will be examined.
    Sept. 12 - Horse: George Stubbs & Laurie Justus Pace
    Oct. 10 - Birds: Audubon & Calder
    Nov. 14 - Dancers: Degas & Matisse
    Dec. 12 - Landscapes: Currier and Ives & Renoir
    Jan. 9 - Still Life: Vermeer & Cezanne
    Feb. 13 - Flowers: Monet & O'Keefe
    Mar. 12 - Seascapes: JMW Turner & Hopper
    Apr. 9 - The Human Figure: Michelangelo & Henri Moore
    May 14 - The Sky: Constable & Van Gogh
    Renaissance Arts Center, room 303
    1200 East Center Street Kingsport TN 37660
    Cathie Faust 423.392.8420
  • | 1:00pm - | Special Interest
    - Join us at Kingsport Town Center for the Miss Tenneva Beauty Pageant 2015 on Saturday, October 10th in Sears Court on the lower level of the mall. Registration begins at Noon and pageant will begin at 1:00 pm
    Kingsport Town Center
    2101 Fort Henry Drive Kingsport TN 37664
    Mary Hamilton 423.245.2093
  • | 1:00pm - 6:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    - The Asheville Downtown Association's Oktoberfest returns on Saturday, October 10 from 1pm to 6pm on Woodfin Street in Downtown Asheville. Tickets are available for $40 at Tickets increase to $45 on October 1.

    Coxe Avenue Asheville NC
    Asheville Downtown Association 828.251.9973
  • | 1:00pm - 3:00pm | Schools and Education
    - ​Instructor: Margaret Couch
    Saturday, October 10
    1 pm – 3 pm
    Min: 2 Max: 4
    Cost: $30.00 (materials provided)
    This 2 hour class is meant for those who have never used a spinning wheel before. You’ll learn the basics of drafting wool and using the wheel to make yarn. If you have a spinning wheel, you should plan to bring it; if not, we’ll have one for you to use.
    Sycamore Shoals State Park
    1651 W. Elk Ave. Elizabethton TN 37643
    Sycamore Shoals State Park 423.543.5808
  • | 1:00pm - 4:00pm | Schools and Education
    - Instructor: Fiona Zahnke
    Saturday, October 10
    1 pm – 4 pm
    Min: 3 Max: 6
    Cost: $30.00 (materials provided)
    Come learn the skill of making Twined Rugs. You will make a small twined mat to practice the techniques needed to do this old craft.
    Sycamore Shoals State Park
    1651 W. Elk Ave. Elizabethton TN 37643
    Sycamore Shoals State Park 423.543.5808
  • | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Storytelling
    October 6-10
    Antonio Rocha, a native of Brazil, began his career in the performing arts in 1985. His repertoire includes stories of his homeland, age-appropriate folktales, exquisite mime illusions and some hilarious characters in outrageous situations. Rocha’s unique fusion of storytelling with mime has been performed from Singapore to Hawaii, including fourteen countries on six continents. “Most importantly … is his acute awareness of the audience with whom he is working. His stories shift and change to meet him halfway, whoever they are, whatever age they are, whatever mood they bring in the door. He is a master.” – Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park
    International Storytelling Center
    110 W Main St Jonesborough TN 37659
    International Storytelling Center 423.913.1276
  • - A live program about the current night sky highlighting the use of our Carl Zeiss ZKP-4 optical star projector.
    Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium
    853 Bays Mountain Park Road Kingsport TN 37660
    Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium 423.229.9447
  • | 2:00pm - | Arts and Entertainment
    - SKY VIEWING PROGRAM with David Sitar and the Appalachian State University Astronomy Outreach
    Saturday, October 10
    2:00-4:00 PM - Solar Observing at Miller Farmstead Overlook
    7:30 PM - Astronomy Presentation at Park Amphitheater
    8:45 PM ‘til 12 AM - Night Sky Viewing at Farmstead Overlook
    Join the experts from ASU Astronomy Outreach at the Miller Farmstead Overlook of Roan Mountain State Park for a special chance to view the sky through some of the university’s powerful telescopes.
    Learn about the sun, stars, and other celestial bodies from ASU faculty and students. The daytime solar observing program will be held at the Miller Farmstead as part of Roan Mountain State Park’s Autumn Harvest festival. An evening lecture and exhibit will take place at the RMSP Amphitheater, followed by night sky viewing at the Farmstead Overlook after the sun goes down.
    You don’t want to miss this unique opportunity!
    David Sitar is a faculty member with the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Appalachian State University. David currently teaches introductory astronomy at the Rankin “GoTo” Lab Facilities located on the beautiful campus of ASU. Along with his teaching schedule, he is also the director of the “GoTo” laboratory, designs astronomy lab curricula, and is the Rankin outreach coordinator.
    Roan Mountain
    1015 Highway 143 Roan Mountain TN 37687
    Roan Mountain Park Office 423.772.0190
  • | Sports and Recreation
    - From crafts to hikes to canoe trips and much more. Come explore Natural Tunnel State Parks! Click on the website link to the right for details!
    Natural Tunnel State Park
    1420 Natural Tunnel Parkway Diffield VA 24244
    Natural Tunnel State Park 276.940.2674
  • - East Tennessee State University and General Shale Natural History Museum and Gray Fossil Site will present Trilobite Treasures: Arthropods of the Ancient Seas, an exhibition featuring more than 200 actual Trilobite specimens and Trilobite artifacts. The exhibit will open on Saturday, July 25th and run through Wednesday, November 11th.

    The featured Trilobites range in date from 550 million years ago to about 320 million years ago. These ancient sea creatures lived, thrived and became extinct – long before the age of Dinosaurs. The Trilobites are actual specimens from the ancient Paleozoic period.

    Trilobite Treasures: Arthropods of the Ancient Seas will present prepared specimens, original artworks, items of trilobite jewelry and assorted artifacts highlighting the fascination of these fossils in the United States and around the world. Trilobite Treasures: Arthropods of the Ancient Seas is arranged in a way to tell the story of Trilobite discovery, history, research and preparation of these ancient fossils.

    The exhibit contains fossils from the Middle Cambrian period some 530 Million years ago to the Mississippian Period of about 320 Million years ago. The exhibit discusses by way of actual specimens, text panels and hands on discovery the trilobite fossils of the world and the United States. Once these creatures actually crawled along the large inland sea that once covered what is now the state of Michigan. Actual preparation tools and techniques will be on display along with various unique artifacts from around the world.
    The museum continually showcases the 5-million-year-old site and its unique ecosystem. Visitors are invited to observe live excavations in May through October. There are also many special events held at the Museum, such as the monthly “Speaker Series,” “Fossil & Artifact ID Nights” every other month, and many ongoing youth programs.

    The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday 9:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. located 1.8 miles off Exit 13 on Interstate 26. For more information, or for special assistance, call (866) 202-6223 or visit the museum at
    Gray Fossil Site/Natural History Museum
    1212 Suncrest Dr. Gray TN 37615
    Gray Fossil Site/Natural History Museum 423.439.3659
  • - (note the new location): ONLY if clear or mostly clear skies! - Free
    Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium
    853 Bays Mountain Park Road Kingsport TN 37660
    Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium 423.229.9447
  • | Schools and Education
    - Session times: 2-3p or 3-4 p.Improve your timing and testing skills. Members $20/hour. Non-members $25/hour
    YMCA Wellmont Center
    Meadowview Parkway Kingsport TN 37664
    Katelyn Shaw 423.765.9456
  • - Dates and Times Vary. Country music’s hardest working duo is back. Doyle Mayfield, a once beloved country star has found his newest partner (who he met last month at the VFW), Debbie #3, a single mom dolled up like a wannabe Dolly Parton, who is taking her considerable assets – and East Tennessee twang – out on the road in pursuit of bread for her kids and hope of Nashville stardom. This hilarious county music spoof has audiences raving from Nashville to Chicago to the Conan O’Brien show. When your side isn’t hurting from laughing, you’ll be dancing in the aisles to songs like “Stock Car Love,” “ Barefoot and Pregnant,” and “Fat Women in Trailers.”

    The Chicago Tribune calls it, “Brilliant! Drop-dead funny!”

    You’ll want to see it more than once.
    Barter Theatre
    127 West Main St. Abingdon VA 24210
    Barter Theatre 276.628.3991
  • - Dates and Times Vary. Book by Rupert Holmes, Original book and concept by Peter Stone,

    Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb, Additional lyrics by John Kander and Rupert Holmes

    It’s the opening night of a new musical that could be on its way to being the next Broadway smash, when its talentless leading lady dies on opening night during her curtain call. The entire cast and crew are suspects. Enter Lt. Frank Cioffi, who has a secret affinity for musical theatre, to investigate. Will the lure of the theatre and his desire to save this failing musical, along with an unexpected blooming romance, keep him from discovering the murderer? Can he salvage the show, catch the killer, and get the girl without getting killed himself? CURTAINS will have you on the edge of your seat—laughing—and rooting for Lt. Cioffi to succeed!
    Barter Theatre
    127 West Main St. Abingdon VA 24210
    Barter Theatre 276.628.3991
  • | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    Appalachian Fair Grounds
    Tommy Peterson 18004003243
  • Fenders Farm
    254 Highway 107 Jonesborough TN
    Fenders Farm 423.753.4469
  • - Bluegrass, Blues and Barbeque!
    Join us to celebrate the rich heritage of traditional mountain music in our region. Local groups will showcase their talents and storytelling abilities for the community. Music groups will begin at 11 a.m. Food vendors will be on site. For more information please contact the Visitors Center at 423-257-2167 or or
    Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park
    1245 Davy Crockett Park Road Limestone TN
    Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park 423.257.2167
  • | Arts and Entertainment
    - Dates and Times Vary. On a dark and stormy night, the eccentric Mrs. Whatsit arrives at the home of Meg Murray, a tomboy who doesn’t fit in at her high school. Meg’s scientist father vanished over two years ago, under mysterious circumstances. Aided by Mrs. Whatsit and her friends, Meg and her gifted brother Charles Wallace are transported through time and space on a mission to rescue their father from the frightening forces that hold him prisoner on another planet. John Glore’s delightful, wildly theatrical adaptation brings this acclaimed story magically to life.
    Barter Theatre
    127 West Main St. Abingdon VA 24210
    Barter Theatre 276.628.3991
  • Cleek Farms
    2233 Cleek Road Kingsport TN 37660
    Cleek Farms 423.765.3123
  • | Sports and Recreation
    - 1 pm and 4 pm. Learn all about the mysterious, invisible source of gravity called dark matter that holds our galaxy, and Universe, together. The show is followed by a live activity and star ID.
    Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium
    853 Bays Mountain Park Road Kingsport TN 37660
    Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium 423.229.9447
  • - Dates and Times Vary. Enter LampLight Theatre’s Mortality Room and prepare to face your fears.

    Mortality Room is NOT for everyone. Due to its true-to-life situations and scary images, this show is rated PG-13. Performances will be October 9-11, October 16-18, October 23-25, and October 28-31. There will be shows nightly at 6:30 p.m., and two shows on Fridays & Saturdays at 6:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. The show’s seating is general admission with a suggested donation of $8. No reservations are necessary, however they are recommended in order to guarantee times and seating.
    Lamplight Theatre
    140 Broad St. Kingsport TN 37660
    Lamplight Theatre 423.343.1766
  • | Sports and Recreation
    - 7U-8U: $100 | 9U-12U: $150 | 13U-16U: $200
    Domtar Park
    1414 Riverport Road Kingsport TN 37660
    Greg Creech 423.963.0700
  • | Sports and Recreation
    Domtar Park
    1414 Riverport Road Kingsport TN 37660
    Lance Sawyer 423.367.8888
  • | Sports and Recreation
    - Ages 8U-14U
    Brickyard Park
    2017 Brickyard Park Driv Kingsport TN
    Lance Sawyer 423.367.8888
  • | Sports and Recreation
    - The first annual Patriot 5K & Rucksack Rush was a huge success! Many thanks to the runners, volunteers and sponsors who helped to make it happen! A special thanks goes out to the many volunteers from the Gate City Police, Fire and Rescue departments for their help!

    The second annual Patriot 5K & Rucksack Rush is scheduled for Saturday October 10, 2015!

    If you would like to purchase an additional shirt from the 2014 race, just let us know. We have all sizes available, they are 1 for $5 or 2 for $8. We will have the 2014 shirts available for sale on race day as well.

    The Patriot 5K & Rucksack Rush is hosted by the Boone Brigade Officer’s Association and all proceeds will benefit the local National Guard Family Readiness Groups. The race provides fun for all ages. The 5K Race is professionally chip timed by We Run Events. Or, if you’re feeling brave, try the Rucksack Rush – run the 5K with a 30-pound backpack! Non-runners can enjoy by participating in the 1.5 mile walk! Awards will be given to the overall top three males and females, the Rucksack Rush top male and female, top three 5K runners by age group as well as a special Military Challenge award to the top Military Officer and Military Enlisted Soldier from any branch of military service. This is truly a family event!
    Virginia National Guard Armory
    264 Harry Fry Dr. Gate City VA
    We Run Events 423.963.1045
  • | Arts and Entertainment
    - Dates and Times vary. See website for more info. Richard Bean's award-winning play is a glorious celebration of British comedy - a unique, laugh-out-loud mix of satire, songs, slapstick, and glittering one-liners.
    Johnson City Community Theatre
    600 E Maple St. Johnson City TN
    Johnson City Community Theatre 423.926.2542
  • Fenders Farm
    254 Highway 107 Jonesborough TN
    Fenders Farm 423.753.4469
  • - The 1st Annual ASA Parks & Recreation Foundation Fall Classic is scheduled for Winged Deer Park on Saturday October 10th. This one day three game guarantee tournament is a fundraising event for the Johnson City Parks & Recreation Foundation (a volunteer driven 501C3 non-profit) and all proceeds will benefit the foundation. This foundation assists the City in purchasing playground equipment and other items for the Park system. There will be a Team Plaque and Tee-shirts for each 1st Place Team and a Team Plaque and Individual Trophies for 2nd Place in each Division. The deadline for entry is October 5th at 5pm. For more information contact James Ellis at 423-434-5771 or David Carmichel at 423-283-5825. Please make all checks payable to: Johnson City Parks & Recreation Foundation and mail them to 2407 Stewart Street Johnson City, TN 37601.
    Winged Deer Park
    437 Bristol Highway Johnson City TN
    James Ellis 423.747.9883
  • Pinnacle Trail Head
    Jeff Linville 423.220.9821
  • - Visitors are invited to interact with paleontologists and participate in all-ages activities at the East Tennessee State University and General Shale Natural History Museum at the Gray Fossil Site on Saturday, October 10th for National Fossil Day.

    At 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., the museum will offer a variety of activities for all ages. Visitors can learn about different types of fossils found at the Gray Fossil Site and learn about how fossils are processed.

    National Fossil Day is a celebration organized by the National Park Service and the American Geological Institute to promote public awareness and stewardship of fossils, as well as to foster a greater appreciation of their scientific and educational value. National Fossil Day takes place during International Earth Science Week sponsored by the American Geological Institute.
    Gray Fossil Site/Natural History Museum
    1212 Suncrest Dr. Gray TN 37615
    Gray Fossil Site/Natural History Museum 423.439.3659
  • | Schools and Education
    - Dates and Times Vary. We are shaking things up in the lab in recognition of Earthquake Awareness Week. Your mission is to engineer a miniature earthquake proof structure. Test it out on our earthquake simulation platform made of gelatin, and see if it withstands the shake up. The Eastman Discovery Lab will be open by announcement periodically throughout each day.
    Hands On! Regional Museum
    315 E. MainSt. Johnson City TN 37601
    Hands On! Regional Museum 423.928.6509
  • - Traditional Arts Workshops in October & November
    ​To join one or more classes, you must register in advance by calling 423-543-5808 and pre-pay.
    If you would like to receive updated information about park events and programs throughout the year, please send your email address to
    Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park is located at:
    1651 West Elk Avenue
    Elizabethton, TN 37643
    Sycamore Shoals State Park
    1651 W. Elk Ave. Elizabethton TN 37643
    Sycamore Shoals State Park 423.543.5808
  • | Arts and Entertainment
    - “Scarecrows on Main”. Throughout the entire month of October, visitors come from miles away to stroll and view the over 40 creative, whacky, scary, zany, and imaginative scarecrow exhibits that line Main and Church Streets in the heart of lovely downtown Mountain City, Tennessee. Area businesses and organizations get creative and work hard as they vie for ‘top honors’ in this annual and extremely competitive outdoor exhibit- consequently creating an exciting and mammoth visual feast for all to enjoy. Mountain City is a burst with vibrant fall colors throughout the month of October and leaf-lookers have for years visited our area in the heart of the Appalachian Mountains for these views alone however, with this added attraction of ‘Scarecrows on Main’, there’s every reason to load the family up in the car to visit us! For more information call (423)202-4386 or visit:
    Downtown Mountain City
  • - Join Mustang Alley Riding Stables for their sixth annual Haunted Hayride. The cost is $7 per person every Saturday in October from dark to ?? Please see flier below for more details.
    Mustang Alley Riding Stables
    1020 Walters Road Greeneville TN

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