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Knoxville Moms Blog :: Fall Festival {Recap}

We celebrated the beginning of fall with our first ever outdoor Fall Festival at Tate's School! It was a fun family event with snacks, drinks, treats, bluegrass music near Tate's new red barn! When our guests arrived all the kiddos got their very own Knoxville Moms Blog balloons as well as some awesome swag from [...]
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Great Pumpkin LumiNights

A New Family Halloween Tradition: Dollywood’s Great Pumpkin LumiNights!

If you have visited Dollywood, you know they do the holidays right. This year they’ve added a fantastic new feature to the fall season with the Great Pumpkin LumiNights. This past weekend a few of us from Knoxville Moms Blog and Chattanooga Moms Blog were able to experience this great new spectacle, and we did […]

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The Episcopal School of Knoxville Prepares Students for Higher Education

The mission of The Episcopal School of Knoxville is to prepare students for higher education and a lifetime of learning within the context of a loving, inclusive and family-centered community. We enrich our students’ intellectual, physical, cultural and spiritual growth so that they may realize their potential as children of God and citizens of the […]

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The Muse STEAM Festival

The Muse Knoxville Coordinates the Local Tennessee STEAM Festival Events for 2017

If you are looking for educational and family-friendly fun, you won’t want to miss the Tennessee STEAM Festival 2017! Coordinated in East Tennessee by the Muse Knoxville, the first ever Tennessee STEAM Festival will take place October 12-22. This festival aims to ignite curiosity and inspire interest in STEAM areas – science, technology, engineering, art […]

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Town of Farragut Freaky Friday

Town of Farragut’s Freaky Friday Night :: October 27th

Superheroes, princesses, ghosts and goblins – get ready! The Town of Farragut will host the 21st annual Freaky Friday Fright Nite on Friday, October 27 from 5 to 7pm at Mayor Bob Leonard Park on Watt Road. The event will provide a safe place for children to participate in Halloween activities while benefiting the Knoxville […]

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Town of Farragut Freaky Friday

Halloween Time in Tennessee :: Where to Get Your Treats and Decor

It’s almost Halloween time in Tennessee! Fall is my favorite time of year, and one of my favorite fun holidays is Halloween. From the spooky decorations to carving pumpkins, Halloween has something for everyone! Knoxville Moms Blog participates in many Halloween activities throughout Halloween, and we always need tons of candy and spooky decor! One […]

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KMB Beat the Heat

Knoxville Moms Blog :: 4th Annual Beat the Heat {Recap}

We had so much fun at our 4th Annual Beat the Heat at Town of Farragut's McFee Park Splash Pad in July! What's better than cooling off at the splash pad and enjoying some popsicles and yogurt? Pretty much summer at its finest! It was a fun family event with snacks, drinks, treats, music, fun, [...]
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Neighborhood Barre

Back to School for the Kids, Means Back to Barre for YOU!

We all know how crazy summer can be — you work out like crazy after the new year for that ‘bikini bod’…(thank goodness one-pieces are trendy again…amiright?!) only to fall completely off your routine in the summer. It happens to almost all of us, but do not fear, NEIGHBORHOOD barre is here!  That’s right; it’s […]

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UT Alumni Hall

It’s Football Time in Tennessee! {Giveaway}

It’s that time of year again—FOOTBALL TIME IN TENNESSEE! We want to make sure you’ve got all your fan gear, so we’re teaming up with Alumni Hall for an amazing giveaway to show your University of Tennessee Pride! Alumni Hall is your favorite place to stock up on everything you need to show your Volunteer spirit! […]

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When Your Pregnancy May Require High-Risk Care

When Your Pregnancy May Require High-Risk Care

Did you know approximately seven to eight percent of pregnancies are considered high-risk? There are many reasons a pregnancy could be high-risk and require care by a perinatologist. That’s why it’s so important for you to talk with your obstetrician when you’re pregnant or planning to become pregnant. Gary Stephens, DO, of Fort Sanders Perinatal […]

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