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5 Reasons You Should Attend Vestival!

5 Reasons You Should Attend Vestival! Date: 2022 Vestival Returns Saturday, May 7, 2022 from 11:00am - 4:00pm Location: Candoro Marble, 4450 Candoro Avenue, Knoxville, TN, 37920 The Candoro Arts and Heritage Center is proud to host the return of Vestival, an annual arts and music festival held on…

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Top Historic Experiences in Knoxville

A computer-generated list of Knoxville’s top 10 historical experiences, based on online queries, caught our attention. It’s an interesting list, and would pose a challenge for anyone trying to experience them all in one day or one weekend: Maple Hall Crescent Bend Ramsey House Knoxville Museum of…

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Bath, Body and Wellness

This monthly blog from The Maker City features a look at some of the Knoxville area’s outstanding makers – artists, crafters, and custom builders. In the spirit of “April Showers…”, this month’s blog introduces three area makers who excel at bath, scent, and wellness products. Name: Morgan Hendrieth…

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Special Occasion Edition: There's a Gift Basket for That

Needing a corporate or business gift? Something special for a wedding gift or housewarming? A graduation gift or a simple thinking-of-you? Visit Knoxville’s Gift Shop can personalize a gift basket for any occasion! With our wide assortment of giftable goodies, you’re sure to find a selection to suit…

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5 Places to Find a Rainbow

Finding a rainbow requires a specific meteorological condition – sunlight passing through the prism of water droplets resulting in a spectrum of light appearing in the sky. Here are 5 places to find some “rainbows” in Knoxville! 1. Weaving Rainbow Mountain This mural gives lots of opportunity for…

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Guide to Knoxville Greenways

Outside recreation is BIG in Knoxville with more visitors enjoying the outdoors in every season than ever before. Bicycling in all its forms is a major attraction in and of itself: Knoxville has hosted the USA Cycling National Championships for a few years and looks to welcome them back in 2021;…

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