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Seymour, TN  37865

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Townsend offers fun and excitement throughout the year with annual celebrations and other major events throughout the town.. The Independence Day Celebrations, Harvestfest, Smoky Mountain Traditions, Springfest and Winterfest are the most popular annual activities. Arts and crafts, galleries, fine dining establishments and numerous attractions participate together to showcase life in the Appalachians and the Smoky Mountains with seasonal decorations and famous light displays. Exhibits and demonstrations take place at the Townsend Visitors Center and the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center.

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January 2015

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

February 2015

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

TBA:  9th Annual Winter Heritage Festival
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. Music, crafts, demonstrations, hikes, exhibits, dining and more. 865-448-6134.

TBA:  Celebrate Scottish Culture at Scotch Tasting
Fox Den Country Club - Knoxville. For those that want to experience and learn about a variety of Scotch whiskies, along with other traditional foods and music. The Smoky Mountain Scottish Festival and Games will hold a tasting fundraiser.6 to 8 pm. A limited number of tickets will be made available on a first-come, first-served basis. Call Jeremy Dick at 865-690-9941.

TBA:  4th Annual Tennessee Winter Beerfest
Laurel Valley Country Club. All proceeds benefit New Hope. All the beer and food you can stand, plus a commemorative glass. $50 per person. 3 - 9 pm. 

TBA:  Herb and Wildflower Day
Townsend Visitors Center. Walks and discussions with expert botanists and naturalists. Baked goods, pottery, crafts and plant sales. 9 am - 3 pm.

March

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

TBA:  Woodcarver's Show

1:  Sam Houston Birthday Celebration

Sam Houston Schoolhouse - Maryville. 10 am - 3 pm. 865-983-1550.

7:  Family & Friends Game Night
Everett Recreation Center - Maryville. 6:30 - 8:30 pm. Open to all ages. $2 per person, $5 at the door. 

22:  Great Smoky Mountain Scavenger Hunt
Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont. Scour the National Park for answers to the hunt questions. This event puts your Smokies knowledge to the test with questions from the minds of Tremont naturalists. Limited to 200 participants. 

29:  Wildflower Festival
The Lily Barn. A day of adventure for gardening and wildflower enthusiasts. This will include a hands-on bonsai workshop and a discussion on native plants of East Tennessee. Several local artists will be on site displaying and selling their wares. Guided tours are available through our native perennial gardens and along the wildflower creek trail.
Opens at 9 am. Classes begin at 11 am. 865-448-0399.

April

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

4 - 6:  Spring FIAT on the Dragon
Townsend Visitors Center. Planned drives, BBQ, cook out and bonfires on Friday and Saturday night, local ice cream stop, Smokey Mountain drive, night drive and of course, the Dragon AND Devil's Triangle. For additional information and registration, visit https://fs24.formsite.com/Brett67/form9/index.html 

17 - 19:  6th Annual Smoky Mountain Fiber Arts Festival - 2015
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. Fiber arts classes and demonstrations, vendors, sheep shearing demonstrations, spinning, weaving, dyeing and needlecrafts. Food available. 9 am - 5 pm. 10 am - 4 pm on Sunday. 800-525-6834.

12:  Cades Cove Tour with Bill Landry
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend. Advanced reservations required! Limit of 18 guest per tour. Tours depart at 9:30 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tour is approximately 4 hours. Light snack and cold beverage is included in the ticket price. The tour will run rain or shine. For additional information, call 865-448-8838.

12:  Spring Sprint 5K Run
Springbrook Recreation Center. 865-983-9244.

19:  Battle of San Jacinto & Revolutionary War Encampment
Sam Houston Schoolhouse - Maryville. 10 am - 5 pm. 865-983-1550.

19 - 20:  Spring Arts and Crafts Show
Foothills Mall. 865-983-9244.

24 - 26:  Bronco Super Celebration
Talley Ho Inn. Registration fee is $50 per person. 865-690-4941.

25:  Music of the Mountains/Good Thymes Ceidigh Band
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. Celtic music kicks off a weekend of music in Townsend, Gatlinburg and Cosby as residents and visitors alike celebrate the mountains’ musical past. 7 - 9 pm.
$5 per person. Call 865-448-0044 for information.

25:  11th Annual Troutfest - TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED BY APRIL 11, 2015
Knoxville - Hilton Airport. A fly fishing and exposition, banquet and auction.  800-525-6834.

26:  Girl Scout Day
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. $10. Call Megan Griffin at 865-448-0044.

26:  5th Annual Relay Roast
Smithview Pavilion - Maryville. Blount County’s Capitalist Pigs barbecuing team will fire up their smokers to fight cancer. Enjoy a barbeque dinner with beer or wine and hear live music performed by the East Tennessee Southern rock band Homemade Wine. Only those 21 and older are allowed to attend. The event’s popular “Spirits Wall” brown bags can be purchased for $20 and include a variety of wine or liquor with a maximum value of $200. Tickets are $30 in advance, $40 at the door. Visit www.relayroast.com for information.

26:  UT Smoky Mountain Field School Spring Nature Photography Workshop
9 am - 5 pm. 

May

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

Saturday Nights May thru October: Pickin' On the Porch
Wood N' Strings Dulcimer Shop. 7 pm. 865-448-6647.

1 - 3:  2 Wheelin' in the Smokies
Talley Ho Inn. Southeast’s premier custom bike show, drive and rally featuring the finest professional and amateur bikes. One-Off Customs, Cruisers, Touring, Cafe Racers, Antique and Sport Bikes battle it out for cool trophies and other valuable prizes. 865-690-4941.

2:  Sons of Bluegrass Concert
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. 7 - 9 pm. $5 per person. 865-448-0044.

2 - 3:  23rd Annual Townsend's Spring Festival and Old Timers Day - 2015
Townsend Visitors Center, Trillium Cove Shopping Village and other locations around Townsend. A celebration of Appalachian history and crafts, bluegrass music, wildflower walks, storytelling, BBQ, clogging, the Young Pickers Contest, book signings, bake sales, and much more! FREE. $8 parking per day. NO PETS. Begins at 10 am daily.  865-448-6134. 

3:  Smoky Mountain Quilter's Road Show
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. 10 am - 5 pm. 865-448-0044.

3:  Little River Railroad Days
Little River Railroad Museum. 865-448-2211.

3 - 4: Nawger Nob Arts & Crafts Show
Nawger Nob Village. 865-448-6350.

9:  Music on the Grounds
Sam Houston Schoolhouse - Maryville. 6 - 7:30 pm. 865-983-1550.

9 - 10:  27th Anniversary Blount British Car Club
Talley Ho Inn. 865-379-5157.

9:  Acoustic Eidolon Concert
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. 7 - 9 pm. 865-448-0044.

9 - 10:  New Midland Plaza Spring Art and Craft Fair
Alcoa - New Midland Plaza. 865-983-9644.

14:  Tourism Reception

16 - 17:  34th Annual Smoky Mountain Highland Games 2015
Maryville College. Scottish clans meeting featuring Highland athletics, bagpipe competitions, Highland dancing, border collie demonstrations, haggis hurling, entertainment, whiskey tasting, food and merchandise vendors. Visit http://smokymountaingames.org.

17:  "The Many Roads Home"
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. Annual Gala Dinner and Auction. 5:30 pm. 865-448-0044.

16 - 17:  Great Studebaker Car Gathering
Talley Ho Inn. 865-379-5157.

17:  Tour de Blount
Hwy 321 near the Blount County Courthouse. A one day cycling event with a variety of rides through beautiful Blount County. 865-403-2832.

24:  Cades Cove Tour with Bill Landry
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend. Advanced reservations required! Limit of 18 guest per tour. Tours depart at 9:30 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tour is approximately 4 hours. Light snack and cold beverage is included in the ticket price. The tour will run rain or shine. For additional information, call 865-448-8838.

23 - 25:  34th Annual Quilt Show
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend.  

23 - 24:  Foothills Antique Tractor & Engine Show
Townsend Visitors Center. FREE. 865-448-6134.

29:  Native Plant Sale and Bonsai Workshop
The Lily Barn. Native plants, day lilies and water plants for sale. Free workshop and lecture on Bonsai plants. Will discuss root trimming, potting soil mix, planting, containers and watering. Wildflower walks and instruction on planting is offered. Call 865-448-9895 for information.

30:  Walt Keale in Concert
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. $5 per person. 7 - 9 pm. Unique and beautiful sounds straight from Hawaii.  Walt is in town to perform during the upcoming Renaissance of the North American Flute Foundation Gathering.

31:  Cades Cove Tour with Bill Landry
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend. Advanced reservations required! Limit of 18 guest per tour. Tours depart at 9:30 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tour is approximately 4 hours. Light snack and cold beverage is included in the ticket price. The tour will run rain or shine. For additional information, call 865-448-8838.

June

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

Saturday Nights May thru October: Pickin' On the Porch
Wood N' Strings Dulcimer Shop. 7 pm. 865-448-6647.

4 - 7:  Summer Historic Day Camp
Sam Houston Schoolhouse - Maryville. $3 for Children, $2 for Adults. 10 am - 2 pm. 865-983-1550.

5 - 8:  Renaissance of the North American Flute Foundation Gathering
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. 865-448-0044.

7:  Cades Cove Tour with Bill Landry
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend. Advanced reservations required! Limit of 18 guest per tour. Tours depart at 9:30 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tour is approximately 4 hours. Light snack and cold beverage is included in the ticket price. The tour will run rain or shine. For additional information, call 865-448-8838.

8 - 14:  Kaufman's Acoustic Kamps and Concert Series
Maryville College. Workshops in flatpicking guitar, fingerpicking guitar, mandolin, Old Time Banjo, Bluegrass Banjo, Old Time Fiddle, Bluegrass Fiddle, dobro, Mountain dulcimer, songwriting, vocal class and bass. Concerts by the instructors each evening. 865-982-3808. 

5: Summer Solstice 8K
Walland. 865-805-2008.

13:  Sunset Music Series - Early Morning String Dusters
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. $5 per person. 7 - 9 pm. 865-448-0044.

15 - 21:  Kaufman's Acoustic Kamps
Maryville College. Workshops in flatpicking guitar, fingerpicking guitar, mandolin, Old Time Banjo, Bluegrass Banjo, Old Time Fiddle, Bluegrass Fiddle, dobro, Mountain dulcimer, songwriting, vocal class and bass. Concerts by the instructors each evening. 865-982-3808. 

17:  11th Annual Heritage Happening
Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. Gala Auction. 865-448-0044.

19 - 21:  Ford Truck F-100 Gathering
Talley Ho Inn. 865-324-4897.

20:  Sunset Music Series - The Tennessee Sheiks
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. $5 per person. 7 - 9 pm. 865-448-0044.

21:  Cades Cove Tour with Bill Landry
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend. Advanced reservations required! Limit of 18 guest per tour. Tours depart at 9:30 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tour is approximately 4 hours. Light snack and cold beverage is included in the ticket price. The tour will run rain or shine. For additional information, call 865-448-8838.

27:  Music on the Grounds
Sam Houston Schoolhouse - Maryville. 6 - 7:30 pm. 865-983-1550.

27:  Sunset Music Series - R. B. Morris Trio
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. $5 per person. 7 - 9 pm. 865-448-0044.

27 - 28:  8th Annual Big BBQ Bash
Founders Park - Maryville. Benefits the Helen Ross McNabb Center. 865-637-9711.

28:  36th Annual Freedom Fest
Alcoa Duck Pond. Fireworks, music and food. 6 - 11 pm. 865-380-4787.

July

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

Saturday Nights May thru October: Pickin' On the Porch
Wood N' Strings Dulcimer Shop. 7 pm. 865-448-6647.

4:  4th of July Celebration
Highland Manor Inn. 865-448-6886.

5:  Cades Cove Tour with Bill Landry
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend. Advanced reservations required! Limit of 18 guest per tour. Tours depart at 9:30 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tour is approximately 4 hours. Light snack and cold beverage is included in the ticket price. The tour will run rain or shine. For additional information, call 865-448-8838.

5:  Special Concert - Pop High School Band
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. 865-448-0044.

11:  Sunset Music Series - The Uptown Stomp
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. $5 per person. 7 - 9 pm. 865-448-0044.

11 - 13:  Smoky Mountain Classic
Maryville - Sandy Springs Park. 865-983-9244.

18:  Music on the Grounds
Sam Houston Schoolhouse - Maryville. 6 - 7:30 pm. 865-983-1550.

18:  Sunset Music Series - Westwend
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. $5 per person. 7 - 9 pm. 865-448-0044.

19 - 20:  Jammin' in Townsend
Talley Ho Inn. Knoxville’s premier Volkswagen Club with an emphasis on VW knowledge and education, family and fun. Come out for a weekend of fun and cool cars.

24 - 26: Christyfest
A celebration of the TV series Christy. Autograph and photo opportunities with the cast and crew along with screenings of series and movie outtakes, tours of the film site, writers workshops, group dinners, costume contests, nature hikes, hoe-downs and more. For a complete schedule, see http://www.christyfest.org/schedule.htm.

25:  Sunset Music Series - The Bearded
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. $5 per person. 7 - 9 pm. 865-448-0044.

25 - 27:  Smoky Mountain Rumble
Maryville - Smoky Mountain Harley Davidson. Motorcyclists rejoice! This rally’s motto is “Ride, Party, Eat, Sleep, Repeat…and the sleeping part is optional.” 865-977-1669.

26:  Cades Cove Tour with Bill Landry
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend. Advanced reservations required! Limit of 18 guest per tour. Tours depart at 9:30 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tour is approximately 4 hours. Light snack and cold beverage is included in the ticket price. The tour will run rain or shine. For additional information, call 865-448-8838.

August

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

Saturday Nights May thru October: Pickin' On the Porch
Wood N' Strings Dulcimer Shop. 7 pm. 865-448-6647.

2:  Slimfest
Alcoa - New Midland Plaza. FREE outdoor concert for the community is geared for the adults to raise money for the children of Blount County. Live entertainment with food and beverage vendors. The proceeds from this year's event will be shared with 3 child related causes. 6 pm - Midnight. 865-983-9244.

2:  Cades Cove Tour with Bill Landry
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend. Advanced reservations required! Limit of 18 guest per tour. Tours depart at 9:30 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tour is approximately 4 hours. Light snack and cold beverage is included in the ticket price. The tour will run rain or shine. For additional information, call 865-448-8838.

9:  Scholars Run 5K
Springbrook Recreation Center - Maryville. 865-983-9244.

15:  Sunset Music Series - Jerry Butler & The Blu-J's
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. $5 per person. 7 - 9 pm. 865-448-0044.

16:  Boy Scouts Day
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. 8 am - 5 pm. 865-448-0044.

16:  Cades Cove Tour with Bill Landry
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend. Advanced reservations required! Limit of 18 guest per tour. Tours depart at 9:30 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tour is approximately 4 hours. Light snack and cold beverage is included in the ticket price. The tour will run rain or shine. For additional information, call 865-448-8838.

22:  Music on the Grounds
Sam Houston Schoolhouse - Maryville. 6 - 7:30 pm. 865-983-1550.

23:  Cades Cove Tour with Bill Landry
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend. Advanced reservations required! Limit of 18 guest per tour. Tours depart at 9:30 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tour is approximately 4 hours. Light snack and cold beverage is included in the ticket price. The tour will run rain or shine. For additional information, call 865-448-8838.

29:  Sunset Music Series - Steve Kaufman
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. $5 per person. 7 - 9 pm. 865-448-0044.

September

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

Saturday Nights May thru October: Pickin' On the Porch
Wood N' Strings Dulcimer Shop. 7 pm. 865-448-6647.

6:  Cades Cove Tour with Bill Landry
Smoky Mountain Visitors Center at Townsend. Advanced reservations required! Limit of 18 guest per tour. Tours depart at 9:30 am from the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center in Townsend. Tour is approximately 4 hours. Light snack and cold beverage is included in the ticket price. The tour will run rain or shine. For additional information, call 865-448-8838.

11:  Taste of Blount
Maryville - Greenbelt Pavilion. Features local restaurants, caterers and gourmet grocers in a setting that combines tasting a variety of foods, enjoying music and meeting friends. $25 per person. 6 - 8 pm. 865-983-2241.

12 - 14:  New Midland Plaza Fall Art and Craft Fair
Alcoa - New Midland Plaza. 865-983-9644.

14: Wears Valley 15K Road Race
Townsend - 321 & Cedar Creek Road. 865-805-2008. 

18 - 20:  3rd Annual True Blue Fall Ford Truck Show
Talley Ho Inn. Open to all generations and years of Ford trucks and Broncos. Family-friendly events, both at the showgrounds and in the area, throughout the weekend. There will be games and contests for the kids, organized sightseeing drives, and much more. 865-690-4941.

19:  Music on the Grounds
Sam Houston Schoolhouse - Maryville. 6 - 7:30 pm. 865-983-1550.

20:  Vacation Races Half Marathon
Begins near Heritage High School in the Hubbard Community outside Maryville and ends in Townsend, just under a mile from the National Park boundary. The finish line is at the visitors center in Townsend. 7:30 am - 11 am. 619-567-9191.

20:  Fall Festival  
Sam Houston Schoolhouse - Maryville. 10 am - 4 pm. 865-983-1550.

26 - 27: 22nd Annual Townsend Fall Heritage Festival and Old Timers Day
Townsend Visitors Center & Cades Cove. Celebrates mountain  and Appalachian arts and crafts. Features demonstrations, bluegrass and mountain music, an antique tractor and engine show, storytelling, children’s activities, crafts by local artisans, basketry, spinning, weaving, sorghum molasses, apple butter making, lye soap, beekeeping, and blacksmithing. 9 am - 10 pm daily. 800-525-6834.

27:  8th Annual Blue Ribbon Country Fair
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. Old-fashioned county fair features competition, games, music, historic demonstrations, an area dedicated to historic games for young visitors, and Adams Grist Mill. 10 am - 5 pm. 800-525-6834 or 865-448-0044.

27:  Little River Railroad Days
Little River Railroad Museum. 865-448-2211.

27 - 28: Nawger Nob Fall Arts & Crafts Show
Townsend - Nawger Nob Village. 80 crafters who sell things like woodcarvings, baskets, other wood products, paintings, pottery, chairs, bird houses and lots of other local made mountain crafts. Food and live music. 865-448-6350.

October

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

Saturday Nights May thru October: Pickin' On the Porch
Wood N' Strings Dulcimer Shop. 7 pm. 865-448-6647.

3 - 4:  Maryville College Homecoming
Maryville College. 865-981-8094.

4:  Maryville College Arts & Crafts Fair
Maryville College. 865-981-8094.

4 - 5:  Smoky Mountain Woodcarvers Festival
Townsend - Nawger Nob Village. 865-448-2259.

11: 11th Annual Wimberley Lawson Townsend 10K
Townsend Visitors Center. Begins at 9 am. 865-546-1000.

17 - 19: Foothills Fall Festival
Maryville. 865-273-9300.

17 - 19:  Cub Scouts Family Day
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. 865-448-0044.

18:  Sam Venerable - Townsend to Clingman's Dome Tour
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. 9:30 am. A 3 1/2 - 4 hour tour. $50 per person. Reservations are required. 865-448-8838.

25:  Smoky Mountain Field School Fall Nature Photography Workshop
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. 8 am - 5 pm. 865-448-0044.

November

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

1:  10th Annual Chili Cook-Off for Education
The Shed in Maryville. 11 am - 2 pm. $5 in Advance. $7 at the gate. Children 10 and under are FREE. 865-805-2544.

22:  5th Annual Holiday Homecoming
Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. 10 am - 5 pm. FREE. 865-448-0044.

TBA:  9th Annual House of Santa Mouse
Maryville College Alumni Gym. 865-984-9605.

Friday Nights Year Round:  Rocky Branch Community Center Jam Sessions
Walland. Stage performances and jam sessions. 6 pm - whenever.

6: Sam Houston Schoolhouse Candlelight Christmas Open House Tour
Sam Houston Schoolhouse - Maryville. 1 - 4 pm. FREE. Storyteller Kathleen Mavournin will entertain our guests with Christmas stories beginning at 1 pm. Santa will arrive at 2 pm and the open house will end with music by Porter Elementary School from 3 to 4 pm. 865-983-1550.

5 - 7:  Holiday Open House & Craft Show
Townsend Visitors Center. 9 am - 5 pm. 865-448-6134.

6:  Smoky Mountain Visitors Center Holiday Open House

7 - 8:  Townsend Artisan Guild
Townsend Visitors Center. 800-525-6834.

7:  Reindeer Run 5K
Springbrook Recreation Center - Maryville. Begins at 2 pm. 865-983-9244.

7: Townsend Christmas Parade
Begins at the IGA and ends at Nawger Nob Village. 865-448-6886.

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