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Celebrate the 4th at the Town of Farragut Parade!

Celebrate the 4th at the Town of Farragut Parade!

Celebrate the 4th at Farragut’s 30th Annual Independence Day Parade! The Town of Farragut will host the 30th annual Independence Day Parade at 9:30am on Tuesday, July 4. The parade begins on Kingston Pike at Lendon Welch Way (Farragut High School entrance) and continues to Boring Road, just east of Farragut Towne Square Shopping Center […]

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4th Round-Up

4th of July Activities Round-Up

If you are looking for something to do to celebrate our country’s birthday, you have come to the right place! We have put together a list of fun activities and entertainment to help you celebrate! (Events are listed in chronological order) Dolly’s Night of Many Colors June 17-August 6 Dollywood Free with day’s admission Synchronized […]

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Summer Lovin'

Summer Lovin’: Date Night Done Right

Summer is almost upon us, bringing steamy days with evenings warmed by the sun-heated asphalt and lit by starlight and moonshine. Summer is the perfect season to enjoy an outdoor date with your sweetie, and to remember the romance that brought you those beautiful children from whom you may need a break. So step outside and […]

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Knoxville Summer Activity List

The Best Summer Ever, 2.0

If you want to make a truly great summer, create a summertime theme for your kids. Here’s a theme I’m quite partial to: Make Something Monday, Taste Something Tuesday, Wonder Somewhere Wednesday, Do Something Thoughtful Thursday, and Family Fun Friday (borrowed from here with a list of other great summer ideas).  Out and about Cruze […]

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Outskirts of Town Exploring the Fun Surrounding Knox County

On the Outskirts of Town: Exploring the Fun Surrounding Knox County in Lenoir City & Beyond {Series}

Lenoir City (or as the cool kids say, “The LC”) is starting to live up to its “city” name. Once a sleepy little town, Lenoir City is now booming with new homes and businesses cropping up all the time. The LC–just west of Farragut in Loudon County–is known for being “The Lakeway of the Smokies.” […]

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Outskirts of Town Exploring the Fun Surrounding Knox County

On the Outskirts of Town: Exploring the Fun Surrounding Knox County in Clinton {Series}

Whoever said you can never go home again, has clearly never been to Clinton, TN. Because that, my friends, is exactly what I am doing. I haven’t lived there in 17 years (what?), but I’m about to because truly, I can think of no better place to take my family. It just took me a […]

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Knoxville’s Pick-Your-Own Farms {2017}

It’s that time of year again: Strawberry pickin’ time! There are so many wonderful places in and around Knoxville to go and pick your own strawberries. It has become one of my family’s very favorite things to do every year. There really is nothing like the smell and taste of freshly picked produce. The process […]

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Fishing Rodeo

Get Ready for Outdoor Fun at Farragut’s Youth Fishing Rodeo

Youth ages 13 and under are invited to the 33rd annual Bob Watt Youth Fishing Rodeo on Saturday, May 13, at Anchor Park for a morning of fishing and competing for prizes in various categories. Registration begins on site at 9am with fishing from 9:30am – 11:00am. The first 150 kids will receive a free […]

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On the Outskirts of Town

On the Outskirts of Town: Exploring the Fun Surrounding Knox County in Sevier County {Series}

I’m a Knoxville girl, born and raised. Until high school, that is. The summer before my freshman year, my parents moved us just up the road to Seymour. Sevier County was my home for the next fourteen years, and became home yet again after Branden left the Navy. While it may feel “way out” to […]

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