Calendar of Events

Sunday, September 25, 2022

Old Sevier September Market

  • September 25, 2022

Category: Culinary arts, food, Exhibitions, visual art, Fine Crafts, Free event, Health, wellness, Kids, family, Music and Science, nature

SUNDAY AT 2 PM – 6 PM
Join us at HI WIRE BREWING for our September market! Captain Ed's Vinyl Voyage will be spinning records while you're sipping beverages and perusing wares from over 30 vendors. From foods to fine art, clothing to candles, and plants to pottery, there is so much to check out! See you there!

*Dogs are allowed on leash*

VENDOR LINEUP
SoKno Sourdough
Gridwerk Trading Co.
The Plant Trolley
Foraged Farms
black roses boutique
Knox girl soap
Wild Sky Tie Dye
southern oak lavender farm
knoxfill
Three of Wands Wellness LLC
Fräuleinwunder Bakery
Riverbend Candle Co
ZonkedPsyche
The Wired Alchemist
Bead Chick Jewelry
Felicia's Crafty Adventures
EnglishRoseFarms
K-Candles
Soothsayer Teahouse and Apothecary
LuckyGirl Eleven
Em.Burge Pottery
JunedogArt
Levelupstudios
Beastie and Bone
The Sunbird Home
Maple Avenue Gifts
Propagation of Creation
Treats & Chill
Memoirs Coffee Roasters
MoonGlade Naturals
cal’s Cosmic Cauldron
Mari
DMDesigns
Yum Yum's Patisserie
Grim Pottery
Archie Liggett Jewelry
Esther Sitver Artwork
Keoke Coffee Bar

https://www.facebook.com/events/394005482889666

Printshop Beer: Explore Knox Bike Rides

  • March 19, 2022 — December 31, 2022

Category: Culinary arts, food, Free event and Health, wellness

Resuming March 19th

Join us Saturdays at 11:00 for our weekly slow ride through different Knoxville neighborhoods as we explore our city via bike. Although distances and routes vary, most rides last for 60-75 minutes (4-8 miles) and potentially include a stop at various landmarks, sites of interest, and even other breweries! Please note that rides will be cancelled in the event of inclement weather to ensure the safety and comfort of all participants.

https://www.printshopbeer.co/events

Town of Farragut: Farragut History Walk

  • March 12, 2021 — December 31, 2022

Category: Free event, Health, wellness and Science, nature

Spring is the perfect time to enjoy Farragut’s unique history while strolling through the heart of town. Pick up a Farragut History Walk map from the brochure holder on the Heritage Trail sign located at the turnaround at Founders Park at Campbell Station and learn more about the town’s interesting past. A PDF version of the map is available at https://visitfarragut.org/attractions/

The walk includes four educational sites: the Heritage Trail with interpretive signage at Founders Park, the Campbell Station Inn and Mayor Ralph McGill Plaza, the Farragut Museum/Admiral Farragut Plaza and Pleasant Forest Cemetery. Parking along the trail is available at Founders Park, the Farragut Community Center or Farragut Town Hall.

Incorporated in 1980, the Town of Farragut has top schools, safe neighborhoods and high development standards, making it one of the best places to live in the Southeast. More info: 865-966-7057