Area Events

 

 

If your non-profit group is having an event that is open to the public, send the information to us and we’ll get it posted on this web page free of charge. The information also goes to our on-air announcers for possible use on our stations. 
Send your PSA (Public Service Announcement) information (event name, date(s) of event, location, times, contact number) to areaeventslist@gmail.com

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1st Annual Antique, Collectible & Flea Market, Appalachian Fairgrounds, Gray, October 26 & 27. Hours each day from 8:00 am – 6:00 pm. For information, call 477.3211 or appfair@embarqmail.com


9:00 am: Save the Seagrave motorcyle ride, car show, antique apparatus muster, concertOctober 27, Winged Deer Park, Johnson City.  Raising funds to restore the Johnson City Fire Department’s historic 1928 Seagrave fire truck.  For information or to register for the ride, call 329.9887.  For the show, call 782.6234.


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for the free RAM Medical Clinics at the Appalachian Fairgrounds November 2 – 4.  Dental professionals, vision professionals, medical professionals, general volunteers.  To register, go to volunteer.ramusa.org or call 865.579.2555.

Makeover Madness, a ladies’ event to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. November 3, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, Holiday Inn, Johnson City.  Vendors, mini-seminars, silent auction.  Donations accepted at the door. For information, call 534.9979.

3rd Annual Central Volunteer Fire Department’s Children’s Christmas Fundraiser, November 4, noon to 4:00 pm, Central Community Christian Church, 137 Hopson Road, Johnson City.  BBQ sandwiches and trimmings, hot dogs for the kids.  For information, call 928.6114 or go to facebook.com


Boys & Girls Club of Greater Kingsport and Tri-Cities Military Affairs Council present Honoring Our Heroes November 9 at the Parish Life Center, St. Dominic Catholic Church.  Keynote speaker is Col. Miles Burdine, USMC, ret., President and CEO of the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce.  Tickets, including dinner, are $45.  For tickets, go to kbgc.org/2018-honoring-our-heroes or call 230.4160, extension 232.


YWCA Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia will host the 38th Annual Women’s Turkey Trot Run/Walk 5K on November 17.  Register at athlinks.com or pick up forms at the YWCA in Bristol.


Tellabration!  A world-wide storytelling event, November 18, Folk Art Center, Blue Ridge Parkway.  $10/person.  There doesn’t appear to be a website for this event.  To reserve tickets, call 828.274.1123 or 828.777.9177.


 We will be providing a free listing for Halloween haunted houses and the like conducted by non-profit groups.  Please send information about your event to trihalloween@gmail.com.  HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS


Sunday, October 21, 2018


2:00 pm: Fall Colors Hike, Natural Tunnel State Park, near Duffield.  Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Lover’s Leap Trail with stunning views of the mountains.  Free.  Meet at the Visitor Center.


2:00 pm: Kingsport Theatre Guild’s final performance of The Great Gatsby, Renaissance Center main stage.  For tickets, call 392.8427 or go to kingsporttheatre.org


5:00 pm: Dogwood Park Concert, Greeneville.  Features the group Broke n Busted, with Lee Cash and Madison Metcalf also on the bill. Free, family friendly.  Bring your own seating.


Monday, October 22, 2018


Marsh Regional Blood Drives:
8:00 am – 2:00 pm: John S. Battle High School
9:00 am – 3:00 pm: Buchanan County Technology and Career Center, Grundy


6:30 pm: Lorna Hainesworth speaks to the Bristol Historical Association on the history of the local state line.  Free.  For information, go to facebook.com and search “bristol history”.


 

6:30 – 8:00 pm: Teen Halloween Party, Jonesborough Library.  Come dressed up for the costume contest.  Tons of games and activities and spooky snacks.  Free.  For information, call 753.1800.


Tuesday, October 23, 2018


Marsh Regional Blood Drives:
9:00 am – 2:00 pm: Fort Chiswell High School, Max Meadows
noon – 6:00 pm: Takoma Regional Hospital, Greeneville


2:00 pm: Sheila Kay Adams takes over as this week’s Teller-in-Residence at the International Storytelling Center in Jonesborough.  Performances at 2:00 pm daily.  For information, call 753.2171 or go to storytellingcenter.net/events


6:00 pm: Full Moon Hike, Natural Tunnel State Park, near Duffield.  A guided hike to the Gazebo, semi-moderate difficulty trail.  Free.  Meet at the Blockhouse parking lot.


6:30 – 8:00 pm: Teen Halloween Party, Gray Library.  Come dressed up for the costume contest.  Tons of games and activities and spooky snacks.  Free.  For information, call 477.1550


Wednesday, October 24, 2018


Marsh Regional Blood Drives:
7:30 am – 5:00 pm: Clinch Valley Medical Center, Richlands
8:00 am – noon: CenturyLink, Sixth Street, Bristol
1:30 – 4:00 pm: Chiltern, Bristol


6:30 & 8:00 pm: Full Moon Ghost Story Hayride, Natural Tunnel State Park, near Duffield.  An evening hayride through the park, listening to stories and legends of the past.  Pre-registration required.  Call 276.940.2674.  


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