Calendar of Events
Sunday, April 24, 2022
Clayton Center for the Arts: Southern Circuit screening of Lily Topples the World
Lily Topples the World follows 20-year-old sensation Lily Hevesh – the world’s most acclaimed domino toppler and the only girl in her field – as she rises as an artist, role model, and young woman. Filmed for over 3 years across countless cities and featuring appearances by Jimmy Fallon, Katy Perry, Will Smith, YouTuber Casey Neistat, and a steady stream of Gen-Z creators, Lily Topples the World is a coming-of-age story cloaked within a unique portrait of an artist, a story of how passion and artistry can make dreams come true, and an unlikely American tale of a quiet Chinese adoptee who transforms into a global artistic force with over 1 billion YouTube views.
April 24-27, 2022: Online screening followed by a conversation with the filmmaker(s).
Screening Partner: Clayton Center for the Arts - Maryville
Knoxville Classical Guitar: Antoine Dufour in Concert
Antoine Dufour in Concert
Tennessee Theatre: Taylor Tomlinson
SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 2022 | 7:00PM
Tennessee Theatre, 604 S. Gay Street, Knoxville, TN 37902. For information/tickets: 865-684-1200, https://www.tennesseetheatre.com/tickets/movies-at-the-tennessee/
Knoxville Opera: Puccini in the Cathedral
April 24 – religious works at Cathedral of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus
Knoxville Opera Chorus
Brian Salesky, Music Director and Conductor
• “Ave Maria” from Suor Angelica
• Salve Regina
• Vexilla Regis Prodeunt
• Requiem in memory of Giuseppe Verdi
• Requiem from Edgar
• “Plaudite popoli” from Mottetto per San Paolino
• Kyrie and Gloria from Messa di Gloria
Free but reservations requested.
Bijou Theatre: Sierra Ferrell
Knoxville Jazz Orchestra: Jazz and Cocktails
Join us for our Spring fundraising event, Jazz and Cocktails, at the historic Maple Grove Estate, 8800 Westland Drive. Stroll the grounds and enjoy the music with wine and light appetizers. Music provided by the Taber Gable Trio. Tickets are $100
Smoky Mountain Blues Society: Blues Cruise with Tee Dee Young
The Smoky Mountain Blues Society will once again present live music with its first River Cruise of 2022. The inaugural performance will feature the Tee Dee Young on the Tennessee Riverboat on Sunday, April 24th at 4 pm - 7 pm.
Tee Dee Young, a blues legend in his own time. He has definitely got the blues and he loves "firing down on that guitar". While playing his own unique style of the Blues, his dynamic stage presence, exciting harmony and energy will put you in the mood for dancing!
Tee Dee has been performing and playing for audiences for 54 years. He got his start playing the guitar sitting by the railroad tracks at the early age of 13. What makes Tee Dee unique is the style in which he plays the Blues. Tee Dee's playing and singing are authentic to the genre but oblivious to current industry trends. His guitar is a weapon, wielded with total authority, assailing the listener with his sheer virtuosity!! He writes and perform his own music, while still being able to maintain his originality covering music written by other artist and his love for pleasing his audience, while he's "firing down on that guitar!"
Tickets are available through the Tennessee Riverboat Company’s website, (www.tnriverboat.com) and by calling (865) 525-7827. Tickets are just $20 for members in advance and $25 for non-members. SMBS Members should call to claim their discount (865) 525-7827.
Boarding begins at 3 pm. Each voyage will also have a limited food menu and beverages are available onboard to buy.
Ijams Nature Center: Fleurish
Love fashion AND the planet? Celebrate sustainable fashion at a new Ijams fundraiser!
Fashion is fun AND it can be sustainable! Learn how you can get involved and see some amazing looks when Ijams and Natural Alternatives Salon and Spa partner for the inaugural Fleurish: A Sustainable Fashion Event (and Ijams fundraiser!) on April 24, 2022, from 6-9 pm!
Fleurish is a collaborative runway show showcasing how sustainability, conservation, and beauty intertwine with our lives and our future. Local designers are joining forces with local hair and makeup artists to create amazing designs that incorporate sustainable materials.
This event engages the audience in ways we, the average consumers, can make changes to our day-to-day lives while never losing sight of the beauty of nature and the human experience.
You'll enjoy cocktails prior to the show and then see what imagination can do with reusable, recycled materials! You'll learn how you can lighten your carbon footprint on the planet AND look fabulous doing it! After the show, rub elbows with the artists! Tickets are $20. All proceeds support Ijams Nature Center.
Knox County Public Library: Screenings: Rediscovering Fort Sanders
Sunday, April 24 | 2:00–4:00 PM at East Tennessee History Center
Charles and Terry Faulkner tramped all over Fort Sanders in their quest to discover the precise location of this iconic Civil War battle site. Their efforts were documented on video by Bill and Melissa Sykes. In partnership with the Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection, the resulting documentary will be screened for the first time followed by a conversation with the Faulkners.
Old Sevier Sunday Market
1024 Sevier Ave, Knoxville, TN 37920
Join us for the Old Sevier Sunday Market on April 24th, 2-6pm in the parking lot for South Landing Fitness, across from South Coast Pizza!
- Cosmic Kumihimo
- Black Roses Boutique
- Buch Babe
- Inner Wilderness Art
- Crafty Byrd House
- Yum Yum's Patisserie
- Purple Sage Photography
- Thoughtful Paws Co.
- Rose Downs
- Beef and Blossoms
- Tennessee Champion Tree Program
- Bake That Dough
- Possum Fairy
- Pippili tea co
- Stinky co. Candles
- Rhoda cards
- Hinds Creek Pottery
- Lily Marie Thrifts
- Plush Moon Terrarium Co
- Foraged farms
- The Quaint Ensemble
- A Stoopid Good World
- Lattice Bracelets by Lanois
- The Yarn Hive Co.
- LuckyGirl Eleven
- Inquisit Designs
- Surpassing Fancy
- Knox girl soap
- Caoyu Studio
Ijams Nature Center and The Big Camera: Take Pinhole Pictures
(All ages) Celebrate World Pinhole Photography Day next Sunday, April 24, from 10 a.m-1 p.m. at a workshop held by The Big Camera. You'll learn the basics of pinhole photography, make your own camera, and take and develop your own pictures!
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Take and develop your own pinhole photographs using one of The Big Camera's pinhole cameras at a FREE pop-up event. Space is limited, so reserve your spot now!
Learn More and Register for The Big Camera Workshop, 10 AM - 1 PM
Learn More and Register for the Free Pop-Up Event, 1:30-3:30 PM
Ijams Nature Center, 2915 Island Home Ave, Knoxville, TN 37920. Visitor Center open daily 10-5; grounds and trails open during daylight hours. Information: 865-577-4717, www.ijams.org
Museum of Appalachia: Memorial Service for Founder John Rice Irwin
A celebration of the life of John Rice Irwin will be held at the Museum of Appalachia at 2pm on Sunday, April 24. The Museum founder passed away on January 16 at the age of 91.
The celebration will begin with a brief reception, followed by a memorial service at 2:30 p.m.
A handful of Irwin’s friends will honor his memory with personal stories, including John Alvis, Sam Venable, and Lamar Alexander. Guest musicians will perform some of Irwin’s favorite tunes, and family members will share fond memories.
Irwin made it his life’s mission to share Appalachian history & culture with as many people as possible, so the family invites the public to attend his celebration of life. Guests are welcome to tour the Museum grounds after the service. Donations made in memory of John Rice Irwin may be made to the Museum of Appalachia, P.O. Box 1189, Norris, TN 37828.
Museum of Appalachia, 2819 Andersonville Hwy, Clinton, TN 37716. Information: 865-494-7680, www.museumofappalachia.org