KNOXVILLE NEWS: Great Smoky Mountains National Park will hold its 10th annual Music of the Mountains celebration April 25-27.
 
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Austin-East High School shows great strides in educational growth
By Jeaneane Payne
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Austin-East High School, one of Knoxville’s five magnet schools, is showing better than average student development growth. “Students grew far above what they were supposed to grow in 2013 — beyond normal expectations for great growth due to...

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How to fish the Clinch River tailwater for trout seminar set for May 3rd
flw charity bass tournamentNORRIS -- How to fish the Clinch River tailwater for trout (spin casting and fly casting) will be the topic Saturday, May 3, of a free, public on-the-river seminar sponsored by the Clinch River Chapter, Trout Unlimited.
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Marble Springs Storytelling Event
Saturday, April 26, 2-4pm. at Marble Springs, 1220 W. Gov. John Sevier Hwy. Family friendly event. Free parking, bring lawn chairs. Adults $7, students, senior, groups $5.
 

First Friday at Bliss Home presenting Knoxville artist
koipondeKNOXVILLE -- Bliss Home is pleased to present Knoxville artist, Ocean Starr Cline, for May's First Friday. Bliss Home will host an opening reception on Friday, May 2nd from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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From relaxation to cultivation, make the most of your backyard
SPRING HILL, TN — Whether your yard is big or small, rural or urban, you can learn useful strategies to make your outdoor space more productive and enjoyable at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture’s Fruits of the Backyard Field Day.
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53rd Dogwood Arts Festival in full swing
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In its 53rd season, Knoxville has blossomed with the Dogwood Arts Festival, a celebration of the natural and cultural beauty of East Tennessee. Throughout the month of April, this vibrant festival promotes the history and future of the region’s arts by featuring an exciting, fresh blend of gardens and trails, music, theater, crafts, film, dance, and culinary, literary and visual arts.

Dogwood trees are the main feature of the Dogwood Arts Festival. This year’s trails showcase more than 60 miles of breathtaking views of dogwoods, gardens, and breathtaking trees. Homeowners along the trails welcome photography of their beautiful gardens.
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