Current CMA “Vocal Group of the Year” nominee Lady Antebellum, country music superstar Clint Black of “Killin’ Time” fame and Mac McAnally, a record breaking 10-time CMA Musician of the Year, will receive stars on the Music City Walk of Fame during an induction ceremony on Oct. 22.

The Kiwanis Club of Bulls Gap will be offering a country Italian-themed spaghetti dinner at the Bulls Gap Community Center for its first spaghetti supper fundraiser to raise money for local children’s projects.

Main Street, in cooperation with Humanities Tennessee, presents “Crossroads: Change in Rural America,” an exhibition examining the evolving landscape and culture of rural America. It opens at Morristown’s Rose Center on Saturday, Nov. 2 and will be on view through Dec. 7.

BANNER ELK, N.C. – For one weekend each fall, the Blue Ridge Mountain town of Banner Elk becomes the woolly worm racing capital. Now in its 42nd year, the Woolly Worm Festival draws cross-country visitors and locals alike for two days of cheering woollybear caterpillars to the finish line. T…

NASHVILLE — Excite your senses and experience the 41st Annual Fall Tennessee Craft Fair during Tennessee Craft Week on Centennial Park’s lower lawn, Friday through Sunday, Oct. 11-13. Professional artisans from Tennessee and the surrounding states join craft artists traveling from California…

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East Tennessee PBS, George Clem Multicultural Association and the Black In Appalachia project are hosting Greeneville Community History Day on Oct. 12.

U.S. Forest Service officials at the Cherokee National Forest have announced that the Pond Mountain Shooting Range will be closed Tuesday through Friday while work is underway.

Asbury Child Enrichment Center continues its 36th semi-annual children’s consignment sale through Saturday at the Greene County Fairgrounds, 123 Fairgrounds Circle, in the two commercial buildings.

Old Blue Springs Day, “A Genealogy, DNA & History Day,” sponsored by Blue Springs Historical Association to benefit Blue Springs church and cemetery will be held Saturday.

NASHVILLE — Excite your senses and experience the 41st Annual Fall Tennessee Craft Fair during Tennessee Craft Week on Centennial Park’s lower lawn, Friday through Sunday, Oct. 11-13. Professional artisans from Tennessee and the surrounding states join craft artists traveling from California…

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East Tennessee PBS, George Clem Multicultural Association and the Black In Appalachia project are hosting Greeneville Community History Day on Oct. 12.

U.S. Forest Service officials at the Cherokee National Forest have announced that the Pond Mountain Shooting Range will be closed Tuesday through Friday while work is underway.

Asbury Child Enrichment Center continues its 36th semi-annual children’s consignment sale through Saturday at the Greene County Fairgrounds, 123 Fairgrounds Circle, in the two commercial buildings.

Old Blue Springs Day, “A Genealogy, DNA & History Day,” sponsored by Blue Springs Historical Association to benefit Blue Springs church and cemetery will be held Saturday.

At the September joint session of the Greene County Democratic Party and the Greene County Democratic Women’s Club, Mikelle Ward, Court Appointed Special Advocates volunteer coordinator, provided information about the CASA Program.

Members of HeartSisters chapters across Tennessee, including Greeneville, recently gathered with their peers from other states for a beach retreat.

Melvin “Bud” Bishop, of Woodlyn Street in Greeneville, will celebrate his 95th birthday this weekend.

KNOXVILLE — On Thursday, Oct. 3 at 6 p.m., East Tennessee PBS will host the third annual Veterans Honor Dinner, an event that recognizes and celebrates some of the brave East Tennessee men and women who served the country.

NASHVILLE – Tennessee State Parks was recognized Tuesday as one of four finalists for the award of top state park system in the nation at the National Recreation and Park Association annual conference in Baltimore, Maryland.

JOHNSON CITY – The Department of Theatre and Dance at East Tennessee State University will kick-off its 2019-20 season with the Samuel Beckett classic, “Waiting for Godot,” Oct. 3-6 in the Bud Frank Theatre.

The Brown Bag Book Group’s Oct. 16 discussion will be on Sarah Smarsh’s New York Times bestseller “Heartland: A Memoir of Working Hard and Being Broke in the Richest Country on Earth.”

Auditions are Saturday and Sunday for Jonesborough Repertory Theatre’s upcoming production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella.”

JOHNSON CITY — The 20th annual Sorghum Festival returns Saturday, giving visitors a chance to see sorghum cane being processed into molasses using a mule-powered mill.

Samantha Bonifas, of Westerville, Ohio, and Paul Loewenkamp, of Columbus, Ohio, were married Aug. 10 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Tipp City, Ohio.

Scarecrows will soon be returning to the streets of downtown Greeneville. Entries are being sought by Main Street: Greeneville for its 10th annual Scarecrows of Main competition in downtown Greeneville.

BULLS GAP — A new chapter of the Kiwanis Club has begun in Bulls Gap, with a new club officially chartered Aug. 22 during a celebration hosted by the Greenville Kiwanis Club.