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KMB Yacht Birthday

Yacht Fiesta Fun 3rd Birthday Bash {Recap}

In November, Knoxville Moms Blog officially turned three. It’s hard to believe it’s been three years since the launch of the site, and we wanted to celebrate in style! This year we celebrated our birthday on a 96′ yacht, the gorgeous Volunteer Princess. This Fiesta Fun themed party had it all: the wonderful view of […]

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Knoxville Christmas Tree Farms 2016

2016 Knoxville Christmas Tree Farm Round-Up

Bundle up and get outside, Knoxville! The fall colors are not the only sight to see in East Tennessee. The wintry Christmas tree farms are equally as festive! Despite the drought this year, the local farmers promise the trees are still green and look forward to your visits! Whether you’re looking to start a new family tradition […]

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Costco Mom Hour

Costco Mom Hour Recap

Well friends, Costco completely outdid themselves this year when it came to hosting the Holiday Shopping Event. We could not have asked for a better group of mamas in attendance nor a more welcoming company to have partnered with to kick off the holiday season. Costco started the morning by providing an amazing breakfast spread of […]

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Light the Park

Farragut Holiday Events : Light the Park and Celebrate the Season

Light the Park, presented by TDS, will be hosted by the Farragut Business Alliance on Monday, November 28 from 6 to 7pm at Founders Park at Campbell Station. The community is invited to enjoy youth choir performances of holiday favorites and seasonal refreshments. The main event will be Farragut Mayor Ralph McGill, along with other members […]

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Knoxville Christmas and Holiday Events

Knoxville Family Christmas and Holiday Event Round-Up 2016

It’s here, friends! ‘Tis the season! Knoxville certainly knows how to celebrate the holidays and you are invited to a fabulous bunch of festivities all around the area that lasts through the remainder of the year! Hold onto your jingle bells and hop into your sleigh because I am here to take you on a fantastic […]

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PHOTOS BY Amy Smotherman Burgess

The Episcopal School of Knoxville’s Middle School Open House October 27th

The Episcopal School of Knoxville’s Middle School academic program is rich in opportunity for intellectual exploration and discovery as well as creative expression. The Episcopal School of Knoxville recognizes the middle school years as the most varied and exciting period in adolescent life. During this important time of intellectual, physical, moral, spiritual and emotional development, […]

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Make Halloween Safer: Join the Teal Pumpkin Project

Even if you’re fortunate to have a child free of food allergies, you more than likely know a child who does suffer from them. It is estimated that food allergies affect up to 15 million Americans which means that one out of every 13 children you see playing at your child’s favorite playground, suffers from some […]

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Hosting the Holidays with Costo

Hosting the Holidays with Costco

You may or may not know that I am a Costco groupie. Some people like to go to the movies or out to dinner for date night…I’d prefer to go to Costco kid-less and meander the aisles while contemplating which items NEED to come home with me. On occasion, I have debated curling up on […]

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Freaky Friday Town of Farragut

20th Annual Freaky Friday Night :: Friday, October 28th

Superheroes, princesses, ghosts and goblins – get ready! The Town of Farragut will host the 20th annual Freaky Friday Fright Nite on Friday, Oct. 28 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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20 Things I Love About Knoxville

Home Is Where The Heart Is: 20 Things I Love about Knoxville

Knoxville has been my home since before I was born. It’s been my mom and dad’s home, my grandparents’ home, my aunts, uncles, and a few cousins’ home as well. It’s my husband’s home, my in-law’s home, my brother and sister-in-law’s home. Knoxville is just…home. Recently, we moved to Asheville, North Carolina for my husband’s […]

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