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naturalization ceremonyCelebrate the City of Knoxville’s 225th Anniversary

The Arts & Culture Alliance, the City of Knoxville, and Visit Knoxville invite the public to celebrate the City of Knoxville’s 225th Anniversary, October 1-3, 2016, at three distinct events.

On Saturday, October 1, from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, the public may enjoy free performances by Ensemble Knox, Knoxville Symphony Orchestra’s String Quartet, Knoxville Opera, and Marble City Opera. There will also be 20 booths for local arts and culture organizations to host children’s activities and promote their events, and local artists will sell their handcrafted wares including pottery, glass, and painting.
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naturalization ceremonyCelebrate National Public Lands Day in the Smokies

Great Smoky Mountains National Park invites the public to join park staff on Saturday, September 24 for the 23rd annual celebration of National Public Lands Day. National Public Lands Day is the nation’s largest single-day volunteer effort to improve and enhance public lands across America.

In recognition, the park is hosting a variety of service projects across the park including Clingmans Dome, Elkmont, and the Foothills Parkway West.

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Women Painting Women Exhibition
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Gospel and Opera to unify the Knoxville community
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Avison Young growing into new Knoxville location
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Foothills Craft Guild exhibits
at Fountain City Art Center
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Dogs in Politics Day at Young-Williams Animal Center
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UTAg hosting Woods and Wildlife Field Day, October 14

naturalization ceremonyOber Gatlinburg to Host OktOBERfest

GATLINBURG, TN — Ober Gatlinburg is celebrating autumn with a fall festival featuring Bavarian-Style food, bier and music. OktOBERfest returns to its Gatlinburg-style roots with 38 days of merrymaking from September 23rd through October 30th, 2016. The Bavarian Fun Makers Oompah Band, in authentic costume, will perform traditional folk dances with free daily shows every day during Oktoberfest.
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O’Charley’s teams up with the Folded Flag Foundation to provide scholarships to military families
O’Charley’s has partnered with The Folded Flag Foundation, an organization that provides scholarships and educational support grants to families of fallen soldiers.
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KCHD announces schedule for in-school influenza vaccination program

KNOXVILLE — To reduce the burden of influenza in our community, the Knox County Health Department (KCHD) will once again offer in-school influenza vaccinations at some Knox County public schools, private schools and child care centers.

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$700,000 grants awarded for Cumberland Plateau Forestland restoration and improvement
KNOXVILLE — The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and International Paper (NYSE: IP) have awarded $700,000 in grants to support forestland restoration and working forests throughout the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Alabama.
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FBI Tip Line can save lives
A tip to the FBI Tip Line —no matter how cryptic, innocuous, or far-fetched the information may seem—can help prevent violent acts.
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