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Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 08:00 PM

Field Notes, Furance Creek, Khristian Rosakruz And GMG Sep 23

Capones / Field Notes, Furance Creek, Khristian Rosakruz And GMG

Haley Sanderson and Goldie Paris Birthday BASH at Capone's Come celebrate with Field Notes - Band Furnace Creek Khristian Rosakruz and Debut Show and Tape Release for Gloom Mountain Gospel this is a 18&UP show with $5 OVER 21 and $7 UNDER 21at the DOOR..music will start at 10pm SHARP so be there early... Continue

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 08:00 PM (28 days, Sep 23 to Nov 11)

Meredith Willson's the Music Man Sep 23

Barter Theatre / Meredith Willson's the Music Man

* A strobe light is used in this production. Please keep this in mind when purchasing tickets to the play. “Bring the Entire Family” Book, Music and Lyrics by MEREDITH WILLSON Story by MEREDITH WILLSON and FRANKLIN LACEY Never seen before on Barter Theatre’sGilliam Stage, there is truly nothing more American than Meredith Willson’s classic Broadway musical, “The Music Man.” The fast-talking “Professor” Harold Hill convinces the parents of River City, Iowa, to buy band instruments and uniforms for their youngsters to save them from the corrupting influence of the local pool hall. In the process, he falls for the... Continue
Running 28 days from September 23rd to November 11th.

Sunday, September 24th, 2017 03:00 PM

Lego Ninjago Painting & Movie! Sep 24

Painting Parties / Lego Ninjago Painting & Movie!

Find the Ninja Within Ya! $20 to paint, watch movie with a drink and popcorn provided!!! This deal is amazing. ANYONE CAN JOIN FOR THIS SUPER FUN EVENT! You will not only get to paint a 9x12" canvas but will also receive a movie ticket to the new movie which will start after the painting. The deal doesn't stop there.....a drink and popcorn is included as well for only $20! Please see our shop for tickets if you wish to pay in advance. If you wish to pay cash or credit the day of the event you need to message... Continue

Sunday, September 24th, 2017 01:00 PM

Princess For A Day Fundraiser Sep 24

The Capitol Theatre of Greeneville / Princess For A Day Fundraiser

Through the Eyes of Sam Photography would like to invite your Princess to attend Princess for the Day at the Capitol Theatre 104 S. Main Street, Downtown Greeneville, TN 37743. Come dressed as your favorite Princesss and we will provide Hair, Make-up, Sash, Crown and Digital images of your Princess. All for just $30.00 with proceeds going to the Miss Greene County Scholarship Pageant fund. We will have limited spots for this special day. As space for the special event is limited we will give you the option to reserve one of the limits spots. You may still... Continue

Monday, September 25th, 2017 04:00 PM

Pints And Lights At Atlantic Ale House Sep 25

Atlantic Ale House / Pints And Lights At Atlantic Ale House

Come help us light up our new Downtown Johnson City sign while enjoying craft beer with good friends! JCDA is hosting a historic event on Monday, September 25 at the Atlantic Ale House from 6-9 PM. Order a delicious craft beer from one of our many special guest bartenders and watch the Downtown Johnson City Landmark Sign light up for the first time ever! The event is FREE and open to the public. Proceeds from beer sales and tips that night will go directly to the new sign. Note: After Monday evening, the sign will not be lit up again until the... Continue

Monday, September 25th, 2017

Rise Together Kingsport - Sep 25, 2017 To Oct 9, 2017 - Sep 25

Kingsport Chamber of Commerce / Rise Together Kingsport - Sep 25, 2017 To Oct 9, 2017 -

Rise Together Kingsport is a project by the City of Kingsport Office of Cultural Arts, artist Charlie Brouwer and the Kingsport Community: Everyone & every part of the community can participate in creating a temporary sculpture celebrating the combined hopes & dreams of Kingsport Individuals, families, organizations, schools, churches, & businesses are invited to lend ladders (symbols of their hopes and dreams) to be joined together in a monumental sculpture towering in front of the Renaissance Center, spilling across its lawn to Center St. the ladders can be as ordinary or as creative or expressive, with their ladders as they... Continue

Monday, September 25th, 2017 08:00 AM

The Sound Of Hope Sep 25

The Reece Museum / The Sound Of Hope

The Sound of Hope: Music as Solace, Resistance, and Salvation in the Camps of Auschwitz and Terezín By Dr. Kellie Dubel Brown The belief in music’s incomparable ability to touch and resonate with the human spirit traces back to ancient civilization through storytelling and philosophical musings. According to Victor Hugo, the celebrated 19th century French poet and novelist, “Music expresses that whichcannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent.” The Nazi leadership recognized the power of music and chose to harness it with exacting aptitude and malevolence toward those they deemed inferior. They forced prisoners in concentration camps such... Continue

Monday, September 25th, 2017 02:30 PM

Town Talk With Mayor Lowe Sep 25

Town of Abingdon, Virginia / Town Talk With Mayor Lowe

Town Talk With Mayor Lowe On Monday, September 25th, 2017, Mayor Cathy Lowe will hold the next “Town Talk” event. She invites the public to discuss town initiatives, share ideas, ask questions, and connect with others in the community. This FREE event is in a casual, friendly environment and all are welcome. The September “Town Talk” event will be held at The Gallery @ Barr Photographics at 4:30PM. The Gallery @ Barr Photographics is located at 152 East Main Street, Abingdon. “Please join us at Barr Photographics for the next Town Talk,” said Mayor Cathy Lowe. “Dean's art is the... Continue

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 07:00 AM

Literature Of Resilience And Resistance Sep 26

The Reece Museum / Literature Of Resilience And Resistance

Dr. Katherine Weiss is a professor of English and Chair of the Department of Literature and Language at East Tennessee State University. She received her Ph.D. at the University of Reading in 2002, specializing in the works of Samuel Beckett. She has published several works on the Nobel Prize winning playwright, Samuel Beckett, including The Plays of Samuel Beckett (Bloomsbury 2012) and with Seán Kennedy the co-edited volume Samuel Beckett: History, Memory, Archive (Palgrave/Macmillan 2009). Much of her work on Beckett explores his work as witnessing and surviving the horrors of the Second World War. Dr. Tese Stephens has more than... Continue

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017 11:00 AM

Norman Wirzba (seeger, 11 A.m. & Hyder, 5:30 P.m.) Sep 26

Milligan College / Norman Wirzba (seeger, 11 A.m. & Hyder, 5:30 P.m.)

Norman Wirzba, professor of theology, ecology, and agrarian studies at Duke University Divinity School, is the author of such books as Way of Love , The Paradise of God , and Living the Sabbath . His scholarly work centers on equipping both urban and rural church communities to be more faithful and responsible members of creation. For his morning Convocation lecture, Wirzba’s topic will be “Sabbath”; in the evening Honors Colloquium, he will speak on “Food and Faith.”  ... Continue

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