This fun and FREE event, at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, is for parents and children ages infant to 4. Children will have the opportunity to examine masks from the museum and make a mask of their very own to take home.
Admission to this festival includes a souvenir tasting glass and unlimited samples of various flavors of beer and bourbon. There will also be live entertainment throughout the day. $35/general admission, $49/VIP admission
BBQ vendors will also be on-site, but food is not included in the admission price.
These events are held in conjunction with the Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival and Games held at Maryville College.
Held at the Nawger Nob shopping area, this festival will feature dozens of arts and crafts vendors.
This festival offers plenty of food, music and free entry to the public. You can taste the competition food, with the purchase of a $10 “tasting spoon.”
A really RAD run that will dust you with multi-colored powder throughout the course.
This Smoky Mountain festival features arts and crafts vendors, clogging, live bluegrass, food vendors, a kid zone and more! The festival is FREE, but parking is $8/per car. Parking proceeds go to the Volunteer Fire Department.
Proceeds from this event go towards supporting the Smoky Mountain Heritage Center, especially the programs for school children.
This FREE event at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture features activities, craft, tours and more! All kids will have the opportunity to work with clay and bring home their own work of art.
This kid-friendly festival features storytelling, arts, crafts, music, science exploration, food and more!
Free admission to this craft show with a ton of vendors!
FREE 5 day event features guided hikes, field trips, hands-on workshops, children’s activities and more!
Come our and celebrate the rich history of Cades Cove at this FREE event.
At this year-round monthly event, you can enjoy the late-night openings of local shops and art galleries. While your out, you can also delight in local street performances and/or grab some grub from one of downtown Knoxville’s many tasty restaurants.
This fun and FREE festival features classes, demonstrations, spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting, sheep-sheering & border collie sheep-herding. There will also be animals on display including lamas, rabbits, sheep and goats.