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Alcoa, Alcoa Softball Spirit Night (2/28): Join us on Tuesday, February 28th as we help raise money for Alcoa Softball. 10% of all sales from 4-8pm will go directly to the team.
Alcoa, Starlight Gala (3/4): Join us on March 4th at Hilton Knoxville Airport. Hope to see you there!!
Arrington, FCS Dinner and Auction (3/16): Mark your calendar for our first annual FCS Dinner and Auction fundraiser Thursday, March 16 at The Barn at Sycamore Farms in Arrington.
Atoka, Thiago Veiga Invisible Jiu Jitsu Seminar (3/5): 3rd Degree Rickson Gracie Black Belt and multiple time world champion will be in Memphis, TN for an Invisible Jiu Jitsu seminar on March 5, 2017 from 11:00am to 2:00pm.
Bartlett, Sensory World Memphis 1 Year Anniversary (3/4): Sensory World Memphis is the first autistic and special needs supply store in TN and surrounding areas. We will be celebrating our 1 year anniversary Saturday March 4, 2017.
Chattanooga, 1st Annual Trivia Night (3/3): ABS is hosting it's 1st annual Trivia Night - Join us for some tacos, cash bar, trivia, and silent auction.
Chattanooga, Bartok Concerto for Orchestra (3/2): American composer James Stephenson wrote his violin concerto for violinist Jennifer Frautschi as a commission for the Minnesota Orchestra, titled “Tributes”.
Chattanooga, Heart Strings for Hope (3/7): Join us for US101’s Heart Strings for Hope concert at The Tivoli Theatre on March 7, 2017!
Chattanooga, Hunter Underground (3/4): This year the Avant-art Steering Committee is planning another unforgettable Hunter Underground on Saturday, March 4th, 2017.
Chattanooga, Nashville Star Karaoke Contest (3/7 - 3/14): Karaoke Contest every Tuesday night in March. Two people will be chosen every Tuesday to compete in our Grand Finale on March 28th. The Nashville Star Winner will go to Music City and create a fully p
Chattanooga, Taco Tuesday 3 (3/7):
FREE TACOS / FREE COVER / FREE MUSIC / NON SMOKING JJS
The first two were such a success. It's time to do it again! Doors and tacos will be at 7pm and show will start at 7:30pm. We have a great lin
Chattanooga, TakeNote Volume 6: Backstage Pass (2/27): The sixth workshop in SoundCorps' quarterly series features a behind–the–scenes music industry overview, with expert panelists whose advice will help you make your mark and excel at the music game.
Chattanooga, Try Archery (3/8): Take aim at Outdoor Chattanooga's "Try Archery" class. This free indoor class offers a hands on opportunity to learn more about the sport of archery. Concentrating on range safety rules and fundamenta
Chattanooga, Wire Wrap Ring Class with Susan Parry (3/11): Learn how to make beatiful wire wrap rings with Susan Parry! In this class you will learn how to manipulate wire into a lovely ring or two. Cost of the class is $25 (wire to use in class will be provi
Clarksville, 9th Annual Empty Bowls - Clarksville (2/28): Open your heart for HOPE, NOT HUNGER. Help raise awareness and support of Loaves & Fishes and Urban Ministries Food Pantry.
Clarksville, Boss Babe Dinner Feb 2017 (2/28): Join us to learn how a group of women are taking control of their lives by doing what we women do best; sharing and caring for others.
Clarksville, Dining with the Stars Gala (3/4): We cordially invite you to join us for Dining with the Stars to celebrate the positive strides that youth enrolled in LEAP have made.
Clarksville, I Am My Own Wife (2/21 - 2/28): This one-man show tells the fascinating tale of Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, a real-life German transvestite who managed to survive both the Nazi onslaught and the repressive East German Communist regime.
Clarksville, Tea for Two at Two (3/12): Join the Clarksville Kappa Delta Alumnae Chapter for a Mother-Daughter tea to raise funds for Prevent Child Abuse America and the local Safe House.
Clarksville, The Personal Development Renovation Workshop (3/16 - 4/6): If you are not as beautiful on the inside as you make yourself on the outside, join us for four session Personal Development Renovation Workshop and learn to build self-esteem and self-confidence.
Cookeville, Brain Health Workshop and Screening (2/27): The First Step to Keeping Your Brain Healthy: Alzheimer’s Tennessee is partnering with experts across the state to offer monthly brain-healthy educational workshops and cognitive screenings.
Cornersville, A House in Mourning : Victorian mourning and wake over baby girl born in 1857 at Lairdland Farm House. Women in full mourning attire will give tours of this historic home.
Dyersburg, Transitions Butterfly Race (3/4): Join Transitions for our 3rd Annual Transitions Butterfly Race. Help us make a difference in the lives of women with life controlling issues.
Franklin, Amigo Nashville (3/18 - 3/19): Amigos, do you like to shred like there’s no tomorrow?
Franklin, Fat Tuesday Bash and Deconstructed Songwriter Night (2/28): Musicians and writers and players of all types - this is where it's at! Tuesday nights are something special here at Kimbro's, in light of our one-of-a-kind Deconstructed Songwriter Night.
Franklin, Women Build Kickoff Event 2017 (3/4): We will be raising the walls on our eighth annual Women Build home in about two months! Join us at a kickoff event to learn more! Both men and women who are interested in working on the build are welc
Franklin, Queens of the Crown Pageant Nashville (5/27): Seeking contestants for a beauty pageant! Girls ages 0-25 and boys ages 0-6. Beauty portion of the event is free to enter. Other events have a nominal fee. Do as much or as little as you like! Everyon
Gatlinburg, Spring Fling (3/5): Ober Gatlinburg’s traditional spring celebration returns for another season! Pond skimming, giant slalom, jump competition, plenty of food and drinks, and cool vendors will all be on display.
Gatlinburg, The Forge III Tournament (3/4): This is a Class B ATA Tournament. Participants must be ATA members and have their instructors permission to attend.
Germantown, Al Jarreau (3/4): Al Jarreau’s unique vocal style is one of the world’s most precious treasures.
Harriman, Harriman Library Painting Night! (3/2): Come enjoy another fun night of socializing while creating a fun piece of art!! We will painting a fun Dr. Suess painting!! No experience needed, we go step by step!
Hilham, Spring Hike (3/18): Longer days, warmer weather and the emerging spring wildflowers are sure signs that spring is here. Join us on Saturday, March 18 to welcome the new season.
Hixson, Doyle Baseball Training at MVYA (3/4): Middle Valley is hosting a baseball training day with Doyle Academy! This is open to everyone, you DO NOT have to be registered at Middle Valley to attend!!
Huntingdon, Alice in Wonderland (3/4): Based in Quebec, this French touring theatre company presents a visually beautiful and imaginative production using masks, storytelling and puppetry.
Huntingdon, All You Can Eat Fish And Trimmings (3/8): All you can eat fish and trimmings! Fish, Fries, slaw, white beans, hushpuppies! Sweet and unsweetened tea! Adults 10.00 under 8 is 7.00
Jackson, First Ladies Luncheon (3/2): The United Way of West Tennessee Women’s Leadership Council is thrilled to announce the fourth annual First Ladies’ Luncheon.
Kingsport, The PEAK Event - A Galaxy Gala (3/4): Join us for the fourth annual PEAK Event - a galaxy gala! The event will take place at The Social on March 4th at 7 PM.
Knoxville, 2017 Lucky Kidney Run & Irish Festival (3/18): Join us in our 2017 Lucky Kidney Run & Irish Festival. Raising money is not required of our participants; however, we encourage individuals and teams to set a fundraising goal and ask friends
Knoxville, 2017 Orchid Awards (3/7): Join us this year to celebrate the people who are beautifying our dynamic city. Wine & Beer Reception, Dinner, Music, and a Silent Auction!
Knoxville, ArtXtravaganza (3/3 - 3/5): ArtXtravaganza is anannual art sale that features original artworks by more than 70 acclaimed artists and offers affordable works for everyone.
Knoxville, Bachelor Auction 2017 (3/3): Friends of Literacy’s 7th annual Bachelor Auction! A fun night for a great cause. The 2017 auction will take place on March 3rd at the Crowne Plaza Downtown Knoxville.
Knoxville, Barleys St. Patricks Day 5K (3/19): Join us for the 5th Anniversary of the best St. Patrick's Day 5k in Knoxville! The race begins at Barley's Pizzeria and Taproom in the Old City. All proceeds go directly to Emily's Power For A Cure. E
Knoxville, Brewhouse Blues Jam (3/2): Join Robert Higginbotham & the Smoking Section at the Open Chord for the Brewhouse Blues Jam.
Knoxville, Fundraiser for Standing Rock (2/28): Join the Native American Student Association, Latin American Student Assoc., Muslim Student Assoc., UTK Hillel, and the African Student Assoc., and Knoxville Irish Society for a night of scrumptious f
Knoxville, Giant Puppet Making 101 Workshop (3/9): Get ready for the Appalachian Puppet Pageant, Saturday, April 29th, 2017, as part of the Dogwood Arts Festival on Market Square! Workshop presenters are from Cattywampus Puppet Council.
Knoxville, Kids Artstravaganza- Face Mugs (2/25 - 3/4): Join Julie Boisseau-Craig in this amazingly fun two part kids class. Kids will build and create their own face mug from start to finish. In part one ; students will create a fun face mug with clay.
Knoxville, Marcon (3/6 - 3/9): This conference is unlike any other you will attend this year. You won’t just learn by sitting in workshops and presentations. MARCON’s intimate size allows you the opportunity to collaborate one-on-o
Knoxville, Milk People Live at Preservation Pub (3/4): Milk People's Knoxville debut! No doubts that this show will sign, seal, and deliver. Free admission before 8 pm, then it is $5.
Knoxville, Moving Theatre presents BEER GIRL (3/3): The Moving Theatre presents its second-ever First Friday gallery exhibition – centered around BEER GIRL, a sudsy 10-minute comedy by Walter Wykes.
Knoxville, Nourish Knoxville’s 2017 Winter Farmers’ Market (1/14 - 4/22): The Winter Farmers’ Market, held in the Historic 4th and Gill neighborhood, will host farm & food vendors selling pasture-raised meats, eggs, winter produce, honey, baked goods...
Knoxville, Orchids Awards (3/7): The Orchids Awards have been presented to Knoxville and Knox County's most beautiful properties since 1979. Join us in celebrating the people who are beautifying our dynamic city. Enjoy live music, a
Knoxville, Run With The Bearden Bull Dawgs (3/5): 400M Lil' Pup Fun Run and 5K Race within the Bearden High School Campus to benefit the Track and Cross Country Programs. Lil Pup Fun Run will begin at 1:00PM. 5K will start after the completion of t
Knoxville, Shen Yun (2/28 - 3/1): There was a time when the world was full of magic and splendor, as if all on Earth existed in harmony with Heaven.
Knoxville, Smoky Mountain Winterfest (3/9 - 3/12): It's an opportunity for students to get away from the stresses of life, have fun with friends, and make some new friends. Students return home from Winterfest having heard from God, encouraged in thei
Knoxville, Solid Rock 10K/5K/1 Mile Run/Walk (3/11): Cedar Bluff Baptist Church is over 100 years old. The church is currently building a new sanctuary to accommodate the growth and future of the church. All proceeds for this road race
Knoxville, That 1 Guy - 3.7 The Concourse (3/7): The International is Knoxville's premiere multi genre concert & event space, now open in the Warehouse District. Occupying the same space as the former Valarium/Blackstock
Knoxville, The 12th Annual Dr. E.V. Davidson Teen Step Show (3/4): Every year teams from local schools, the state of Tennessee and surrounding states compete to see who has the most creative step routine. Awards and prizes are presented to the top three teams.
Knoxville, The Final Crusade: Public Lecture by Kevin Brownlee (3/8): The Marco Institute is pleased to welcome Dr. Kevin Brownlee, Professor of Romance Languages at the University of Pennsylvania, to UT for a public lecture on March 8th. Dr. Brownlee, who specializes i
Knoxville, Women In Jazz Jam Festival (3/10 - 3/12): Knoxville’s women know how to jam with the best of them, and their contributions to jazz music are brought to forefront at this festival.
Maryville, Synergy: Student Art Exhibitions (3/6 - 3/24): The Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be held at the Clayton Center for the Arts on March 6th from 5:00-9:00pm.
Maynardville, Dark Hollow Wallow (3/12): Join us in our Dark Hollow Wallow. The eleven mile course delves into long forgotten, mud-slogged crevasses thought to be haunted by haints, demons, banshees, phantoms, and poltergeists.
Memphis, 27th Annual Southern Womens Show (3/10 - 3/12): We get excited about creating festive, entertaining and inspiring shows for you to enjoy with your family and friends.
Memphis, A Stroll Down Black Broadway (3/4): A Stroll Down Black Broadway is Hattiloo Theatre’s signature fundraiser. This year it all takes place at Hattiloo in Overton Square, on Saturday, March 4, starting at 6p and ending at 10p.
Memphis, Amadeus (3/5): Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a rowdy young prodigy, arrives in Vienna, the music capital of the world – and he’s determined to make a splash.
Memphis, Beeline Bazaar (3/4): The Beeline Bazaar annually features over 60 vendors from all over the Memphis area.
Memphis, CG Neighborhood Watch Meeting (3/9): Join us in the library of Idlewild Elementary (new location) for the Central Gardens Neighborhood Watch meeting. The guest speaker is Alan Phelps who will speak about crime stats in Central Gardens an
Memphis, Free Belly Dance Open House (3/8): Join Karsilama Tribal Belly Dance for a FREE open house. Door prizes, mini introductory belly dance choreography class, performances and MORE!
Memphis, FS Symposium (2/27 - 2/28): Sponsored by National Garden Clubs, Inc., the Tennessee Federation of Garden Clubs and District I Judges Council, the Symposium will be held at the Memphis Botanic Garden, February 27 and 28, 2017.
Memphis, Maternal League of Memphis Casino Party Fundraiser (3/3): Roll the dice for fun and empty your pockets for your community. Proceeds from CASINO NIGHT will support the Maternal League of Memphis in improving the health and well-being of mothers and children i
Memphis, Memphis Comedy Festival (3/9 - 3/12): Stand-up showcases, themed comedy shows, improv showcases, podcasts, informational seminars, comedy open-mics, and probably (definitely) a karaoke session. It spans a few neighborhoods and several ven
Memphis, Memphis Matters (3/4): Our next installment of Memphis Matters will be on March 4th, 2017 at the
First congregational church in Memphis, TN.
Memphis, Mix-Odyssey 2017 (3/4): Grab your passport and experience premier craft cocktails from 7 mixologists representing bartenders and hobbyists from across the city.
Memphis, Nonprofit Speed Dating (3/8): All over this city, nonprofits are working hard to make Memphis a better place to live. But they need engaged, hard-working board members to help them take their mission to the next level. Meanwhile,
Memphis, Open Meeting for Mid-South Pride (3/7): Join us for our March Open Meeting! All committees will check in and we're always looking for community feedback.
Memphis, Pink With A Purpose Benefit Dinner and Auction (3/4): Pink With A Purpose Cancer (PWAP) Benefit and Auction. This Benefit Dinner & Auction will be at The Racquet Club of Memphis (5111 Sanderlin Ave, Memphis, TN 38117) on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 6:00pm
Memphis, Rockin Road to Dublin (3/2): Following sell-out shows in the Northeast, Rockin’ Road to Dublin is coming to Memphis on their first national tour!
Memphis, Shoot & Splice: The Art of Audio (3/7): Sound Speed! The recording and mixing of production sound are easily the most underappreciated and misunderstood disciplines in filmmaking. All too frequently quality movies and videos are ruined beca
Memphis, Sweet Fantasy (3/9): What is on your mind?!! Let me tell what was on my mind!! Join me right here on Facebook to hear me talk about fantasies and daydreaming. Share with your family and friends! I can’t wait!!
Memphis, The Dragnificent Variety Show (3/10 - 3/18): Friends of George’s is back with The Dragnificent Variety Show 2017! Enjoy four “Dragnificent” evenings of original skits, production numbers, and more featuring some of Memphis’ favorite drag persona
Memphis, The Professional Networking & Cocktail Series (2/28): The Club's Young Executive Committee invites you to join them at this month's Professional Networking & Cocktails Series featuring empowerment speaker, Delmar Johnson.
Mount Juliet, Tennessee Missing Childrens Day 2017 (3/4): The Tennessee Missing Children’s Day event offers a platform for families, community members, advocates, legislators, and law enforcement to renew awareness of Tennessee’s 69 missing children and hono
Murfreesboro, 4th Middle TN Kappa Beautillion (3/11): Join us to commemorate the growth of seventeen young men (Beaus) who will have completed a five-month structured environment; enriched through supervised seminars, workshops and social activities know
Murfreesboro, Boro Yoga Fest (3/18): We are excited to announce Boro Yoga Fest, an all day yoga festival in the Murfreesboro community.
Murfreesboro, Quarterly GOP luncheon (3/1): Join us on March 1st at DoubleTree Hotel Murfreesboro, TN. Hope to see you there!!
Murfreesboro, The Personal Development Renovation Workshop (3/16 - 4/6): When you look at yourself do you see a sparkling, shinny, glittery, dazzling, happy, loved, full of hope beautiful picture? What about the inside? Does it look the same or do you see--
Nashville, Advancing Equality Days on the Hill Part 2 (3/7): Tennessee Equality Project (TEP) is a statewide organization dedicated to promote and sustain the equality of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender persons in the state of Tennessee through the esta
Nashville, ALPFA Nashville Kickoff Mixer (2/27): Join us on Monday, February 27, at our first ALPFA Nashville event of the year in partnership with our Corporate Sponsor, BMI.
Nashville, Catalyst (3/6 - 3/8): Stay connected to the cutting edge of e-commerce with solutions and strategies from the industry’s brightest minds and biggest names.The e-commerce industry is growing and fragmenting at record rates.
Nashville, Class: Psychic Skills for Healers- Beginner (3/4): Would you like to hone your energy working skills? Empower yourself by harnessing your natural skill set. This class teaches you to tune in to your senses to enrich your healing work.
Nashville, Cuts for Guts (3/6): Cuts for Guts is a Songwriters Night benefiting the Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America featuring Lee Brice, Justin Wilson, and Craig Campbell.
Nashville, February DCDP Meeting (2/28): Come join us for the February meeting of the Davidson County Democratic Party! We've got a lot to do. Want to be a part of it? Here's a great place to start. Bring your friends and ideas!
Nashville, Integrity Service (2/27 - 3/2): Integrity Service® is a comprehensive process designed to help employees, managers, and leadership develop the appropriate attitudes, values, skills and behaviors necessary for a customer-focused orga
Nashville, Irving Penn: Beyond Beauty (2/24 - 5/29): Irving Penn was one of the twentieth century’s most prolific and influential photographers of fashion and the famous.
Nashville, Mae (3/4): Mae live at 12th & Porter March 4!
Nashville, NRC Tom King Water Stop (3/4): Join us for our annual water stop at the Tom King Classic on Saturday, March 4th! The stop is located in Shelby Park at the boat ramp across from the Shelby Park Baseball Fields.
Nashville, Pup Quiz for Proverbs (3/12): Come play in our FUNdraising trivia game hosted by Trivia Time! at Crow's Nest Green Hills. Cost per player and players can form teams on game night. Proceeds from trivia game and silent auction with
Nashville, Secrets of Buddhist Art: Tibet, Japan, and Korea (2/10 - 5/7): The historical Buddha lived in the sixth century BCE. Born Siddhartha Gautama in Lumbini (present-day Nepal), he renounced his life as a prince to pursue a spiritual calling.
Nashville, Spring Virtual Training Kickoff (3/6): You're invited to our first-ever Virtual Training! This free, webinar-based event will kick off on March 6 with a TED-style talk on trauma from Matt Bennett, Chief Innovation Officer of the Coldspring
Nashville, Sting, 57th & 9th Tour (2/28): Sting, 57th & 9th Tour with Special guests Joe Sumner and The Last Bandoleros on February 28, 2017 at 8 p.m. at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium.
Nashville, Sunny Sweeney (3/8): Join us on March 8th at The Basement East. Hope to see you there!!
Nashville, Super Songwriters Night (3/4): The Ark Community Resource and Assistance Center is a non-profit founded in 2001 in Cheatham County, Tennessee.
Nashville, The Nashville Lawn & Garden Show (3/2 - 3/5): This year's theme is Plant a Forest: Gardening for the Future, and numerous gardens and activities will focus on children - the future of gardening.
Nashville, The Polestar Experience- Nashville (3/3 - 3/4): THE POLESTAR EXPERIENCE - NASHVILLE is a fresh Polestar event designed to introduce you to exciting possibilities of viewing yourself in a new and vibrant paradigm of health and awareness.
Nashville, Wee Little Whiskey Tournament (3/16): Sister Cities of Nashville would like to invite you to the Inaugural Wee Little Whiskey Tournament for an assortment of whiskey tastings and a competitve round of miniature golf!
Nashville, World Relief Volunteer Orientation (3/18): Join us for our Volunteer Orientation where you'll learn more about us and how to get involved! Coffee and light snacks will be served.
Nashville, Young Adult Grief Support Group (3/1): Our Young Adult Grief Support Group meets from 6-7:30 pm. Join us as we come together for guidance and support following a death that has impacted your life.
Oak Ridge, Bursting the Blues Gala supporting CONTACT (3/4): We believe that during difficult times, everyone deserves someone who will really listen. Join us as we transform crisis to hope. And, have some fun in the process!
Pigeon Forge, Cowboy Church at Stages West (3/5): Join us for fellowship and celebration on Sunday, March 5th at 10:30 am. Pastor Doug Stokes will be ministering again this year.
Rockwood, Mswa Mid-South Mania (3/4): Join us on March 4th at Army National Guard ROCKWOOD. Hope to see you there!!
Sevierville, Warrior 10 Miler and 5K (3/11): Dr. Josh Chambers and Endurance Sports Management is proud to present the 2017 WARRIOR 10 MILER and 5K.New for this year is a Military 10 miler , Military 5k, Kids Warrior 1 mile race
Shelbyville, Lynchburg Flat Track Racing (3/4): Indoor Flat Track Racing at the World Famous Tennesse Walking Horse Arena. Vintage, Amatuer, and Pro Racers. All ages, All classes.
South Pittsburg, Crawling for Reid 2017 (3/4): We are looking forward to follow up with 2016's event with a even bigger event in 2017; an even bigger raffle, trail rides, vendors, sponsors, games and much, much more!
Tiptonville, American Bald Eagle & Waterfowl Tours (1/1 - 2/28): Reelfoot Lake has a large population of American Bald Eagles. The American Bald Eagle has made this annual winter pilgrimage to Reelfoot for generations.