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The Sullivan County Department of Archives and Tourism cordially invites you to list your regional event with us, and best of all, it's free! If you have an upcoming tourism event, or an event pertaining to regional history or genealogy, send us an email with "Event Registration" in the subject line. We're happy to help!

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Friday, August 7, 2015 - Border Bash, Bristol, TN/VA
7:00 pm, Desert Noises
8:30 pm Fly Golden Eagle
Birthplace of Country Music and community partners Believe in Bristol are proud to announce the kick-off of Border Bash, May 15, in Historic Downtown Bristol, TN/VA.  Border Bash, a free summer concert series held annually May through August, celebrates its "Sweet 16" anniversary year with children’s activities, arts, crafts, and food vendors, great live music, and much more. All the events will be in the 400 and 500 blocks of State Street this year, except for July 4th which will be held in Cumberland Square Park.

Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015 - Jonathan Edwards in concert
6:30 PM to 9 PM, Birthplace of Country Music, Bristol. Four decades into a stellar career of uncompromising musical integrity, Jonathan Edwards simply delivers—night after night—songs of passion, insight, and humor, all rendered in his signature pure and powerful tenor pitch. With a repertoire of classics such as "Honky Tonk Stardust Cowboy," "Sometimes," and "Don't Cry Blue," Edwards' shows are warm as summer sunshine, real as the truth, and as intimate as a long overdue visit between old friends. Tickets available at 423.573.1927.

Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015 - "Frontier Medicine"
Have you ever wished you lived in America’s first frontier, carving out a life for your family?  Perhaps you have wished to embrace the pioneers’ attitude of self-reliance? Or, maybe you would like to try a new folk-art? Frontier Academy is Rocky Mount’s continuing series for 2015. Each session focuses on a unique aspect of the knowledge, crafts and skills used by the early settlers of our area.  The skill-sets and subject matters are designed for adults. Each session has limited number of spaces.  Reservations are recommended. 10 AM to 12 Noon. Visit with frontier Physician and Midwife as they discuss medicine in the 18th Century.  Then start your own medicinal garden from plants from Rocky Mount's medicinal garden.

  • Ages 16+ please
  • Class begins at 10:00
  • Cost is $5 per person (free for members of RMHA)
  • No Reservation Required
  • Additional information at 423.538.7396.

Monday, Aug. 10, 2015 - "Special Collections at Sullivan County Archives"
6:30 PM, Mon, Aug. 10, 2015, Bristol Public Library. Shelia Steele Hunt will be presenting a program before the Bristol Historical Association on Monday, August 10, 6:30pm, at the Bristol Public Library.  Ms. Hunts program will be entitled "Special Collections at the Sullivan County Archives" and will explore the archive located in Blountville and will discuss the counties’ unique holdings.

The primary mission focus of the Sullivan County Archives is to restore and preserve county governmental records and historical documents. Additionally, the mission includes assisting other county departments and officials in records preservation, and to serve as a research center for visitors to the county in search of their family heritage in Sullivan County and surrounding areas of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.  The History and Genealogy Collection is not limited to Sullivan County and Tennessee, but includes records from throughout the nation.

A native of Sullivan County, Tennessee, Shelia Steele Hunt is Executive Director of the Sullivan County Department of Archives and Tourism. Formally educated at Virginia Intermont, she has been employed in historical and genealogical research along with computer technology for over 35 years. Ms. Hunt has authored several historical and genealogical books, and has designed and taught genealogy workshops and courses throughout the U.S.  She is a member of the American Association of Professional Genealogists, Society of Tennessee Archivists, and Society of American Archivists. Genealogy, photography and hiking are among her favorite pastimes.

The August 10 meeting is open to the public and held in conjunction with the library’s mission of “Expanding Minds and Building Community”.  Contact Tim Buchanan, president, for details of this or other upcoming programs, by e-mail, buchanan03@bvu.net

 

Monday, Aug. 10, 2015 - "Mexican-American War: Civil War Training Ground"
Mon., Aug. 10, 2015, Civil War Roundtable meeting, at 7 PM, Room 219, Eastman Employee Center, Kingsport, TN. Dr. Tim Johnson will give a presentation on "Mexican-American War as a Training Ground for Civil War Officers". For additional information, please contact Wayne Strong.

Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015 - UNOH 200 Race
The epic Wednesday night doubleheader is back. First, the brawlers of the Whelen Modified Series hit the high banks with high speeds and high expectations before giving way to the largest, most dramatic Camping World Truck Series Event on the circuit, the UNOH 200 presented by zLoop. With tickets starting at just $30, there's no reason to miss a minute of the action! Info at (866) 415-4158.

Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015 - Food City 300 & Bass Pro Shops Qualifying
NASCAR’s future stars (and a few current ones too!) suit up for the toughest Friday night fight on the schedule – the Food City 300! Info at (866) 415-4158.

Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015 - Irwin Tools Night Race
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, Bristol Motor Speedway. Fierce clashes and heart-stopping finishes are hallmarks of the most popular race in NASCAR, and if history’s any indication the 2015 IRWIN Tools Night Race is guaranteed to entertain guests with yet another epic battle inside the Last Great Colosseum. Info at (866) 415-4158.

Saturday, Aug. 28, 2015 - BCM presents "The Steep Canyon Rangers"
7 PM, Fri., Aug. 28, Paramount Center for the Arts. The Birthplace of Country Music presents the Grammy Award-winning Steep Canyon Rangers, live in Bristol at the Paramount Center for the Arts, in celebration of the band's much-anticipated new album Radio as part of the festivities surrounding the launch of WBCM Radio Bristol. Tickets are on sale at the Paramount box office for $25 and VIP Tickets are available for $50. VIP tickets will include one (1) ticket to the show, a signed copy of Radio, and a special VIP Meet & Greet Party at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum following the show. Show ticket must be presented at the museum to enter the special VIP Meet & Greet. Visit bristolrhythm.com for additional info.

Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015 - Frontier Academy 2015: "Gaming/Gambling"
Have you ever wished you lived in America’s first frontier, carving out a life for your family?  Perhaps you have wished to embrace the pioneers’ attitude of self-reliance? Or, maybe you would like to try a new folk-art? Frontier Academy is Rocky Mount’s continuing series for 2015. Each session focuses on a unique aspect of the knowledge, crafts and skills used by the early settlers of our area.  The skill-sets and subject matters are designed for adults.  Each session has limited number of spaces.  Reservations are recommended. Sep 05th 11:00 am - 3:00 pm .Learn to play some of the most popular games in the 1700s, both dice and card games.  Explore the history of early gambling in America.  

  • Ages 16+ please
  • Cost is $5 per person (Free for members of RMHA)
  • Reservations are not required for this event.
  • Drop by any time between 11-2, games will be taught and played on demand.
  • Replica dice and playing cards available in the Gift Shop.
  • For additional information, please visit www.rockymountmuseum.com.

Monday, Sept. 7, 2015 - "September Suspense: Lincoln's Union in Peril"
Mon., Sept. 7, 2015, Civil War Roundtable meeting, at 7 PM, Room 219, Eastman Employee Center, Kingsport, TN. Dennis Frye will give a presentation on "September Suspense: Lincoln's Union in Peril". For additional information, please contact Wayne Strong.

Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015 - 7th Annual Historic Blountville Flea Market
Sat., Sept. 12, 2015, Historic Downtown Blountville. This 7th Annual Flea Market is an exciting event to bring together people of the East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia region and beyond! Fun for the entire family! Enjoy some great food and fantastic music! Vendor spaces are $15 each for 12' x 12' and must be reserved before Sept. 4. Non-profit businesses, churches and organizations are allowed a free space if no personal items are included in the space. Download the Registration Form. Sponsored by the Sullivan County Department of Archives and Tourism. Information at (423) 323-4660.

 

Monday, Sept. 14, 2015 - Homeschool Days at Historic Rocky Mount
On Mondays, September 14 and 21, Rocky Mount Museum at Piney Flats will hold its annual "Homeschool Day." This program allows homeschooled children the opportunity to participate in Rocky Mount's Tour and Craft program, which usually requires a "classroom" sized group.The Historic Site will open for Living History Tours of the Cobb house and grounds from 10-4, with a pause for lunch. Admission is $4 for everyone aged five and older, with a family rate of $20 for families of 6 or more.  (Members $2, family rate of $10.) Each craft is $3 per child per session. Please pick up tickets 30 minutes before their first class. Gates will open at 9:45 to purchase tickets; reservations are forfeit 15 minutes prior to the class time. Reservations are highly recommended to assure you get the classes you want. Register at (423-538-7396) M-F 9-5.  


Saturday, Sept. 19, 2015 - Constitution Day at Historic Rocky Mount
Rocky Mount, in conjunction with  the Ann Robertson Chapter of the daughters of the American Revolution and other local DAR chapters, will embark on an exciting and very appropriate celebration this September. The celebration of Constitution Day is most appropriate to be commemorated at Rocky Mount the Southwest Territorial Capitol for Governor William Blount from October 1790 until the Spring of 1792. Blount while representing North Carolina was one of the thirty-nine stalwart men and patriots that placed pen to paper in formally recognizing “all who are born in the United States or by naturalization have become citizens”.  As part of the program, the names and affiliation of each of the 39 signers will be read by the Governor William Blount. Attendees are requested to bring lawn chairs for the event.  Light refreshments will be served and a modest $2.00 per adult attendee (children free) will be requested for the event.  Details of an exciting flagpole project undertaken by the local Key Club and an outgrowth of the previous years' Constitution Day celebrations will be further discussed as well. Come, enjoy and learn more about our Constitution a constant topic in today’s political arena.  Let for yourself about its origin and formation. Additional information at www.rockymountmuseum.com.
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Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 19-20, 2015 - Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion 2015
Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion isn’t just a music festival. It’s an infectious, three-day music experience, bursting with creative passion, electricity, and soul. It is, and isn’t, your Daddy’s country music. It’s not just bluegrass. It’s not a rock show, but it totally does; if you’ve never been you’ll never know how much. Located in the heart of the Birthplace of Country Music, State Street, Historic Downtown Bristol, TN/VA. ALL PASSES ARE GENERAL ADMISSION, NO RESERVED SEATING. Groups include Steve Earle & The Dukes, Dr. Dog, Delbert McClinton, Josh Ritter & The Royal City Band, HOt Rize ft. Red Knuckles & The Trailblazers, Rusted Roots, Moon Taxi, John Anderson, Mike Farris & The Roseland Rhythm Revue, The Districts, Ray Wylie Hubbard, The Black Lillies, Spirit Family Reunion, The Gibson Brothers, The SteelDrivers, Dale Watson, Kopecky, STrand of Oaks, Della Mae, Folk Soul Revival, Willie Sugarcapps, Balsam Range, and many more! Weekend passes now $75 ($85 at the Gate). Visit bristolrhythm.com.

Monday, Sept. 21, 2015 - Homeschool Days at Historic Rocky Mount
On Mondays, September 14 and 21, Rocky Mount Museum at Piney Flats will hold its annual "Homeschool Day." This program allows homeschooled children the opportunity to participate in Rocky Mount's Tour and Craft program, which usually requires a "classroom" sized group.The Historic Site will open for Living History Tours of the Cobb house and grounds from 10-4, with a pause for lunch. Admission is $4 for everyone aged five and older, with a family rate of $20 for families of 6 or more.  (Members $2, family rate of $10.) Each craft is $3 per child per session. Please pick up tickets 30 minutes before their first class. Gates will open at 9:45 to purchase tickets; reservations are forfeit 15 minutes prior to the class time. Reservations are highly recommended to assure you get the classes you want. Register at (423-538-7396) M-F 9-5.  

Thursday, Sept. 24 2015 - Overmountain Living History Tours at Rocky Mount
Sep 24th 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Living History Tours 2-6, Program 7 PM. In 1780 the Overmountain Men camped on Mr. Cobb's property on the 24th of September on the march to King's Mountain.  Members of the Overmountain Victory Trail Association each year recreate this historic march by traveling in the footsteps of those Overmountain Men from Abingdon, VA to King's Mountain, SC .   Join them around the campfire at 7 PM as they tell the dramatic story of  that historic march of the patriots of our area, including William Cobb and his sons .   There is no admission charge for this program.  Living History Tours will offered free of charge from 2-6 PM on September 24th. Schedule of Events:

  • 2-6 PM: Living History Tours of Rocky Mount
  • 7 PM: The Overmountain Victory Story presented by OVTA
  • Information at 423.538.7396

 

Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015 - Fall Folk Arts Festival at Exchange Place
The Fall Folk Arts Festival is the last full weekend of September. Fall activities typical of a 19th century farmstead, demonstrations and sales of high-quality hand-made handicrafts and a Harvest Market are featured. Traditional music, old-fashioned foods, children’s activities, and animals are important parts of the event.  Event was begun in 1972.  2015 date: September 26 and 27.  For further information, please call Exchange Place Living History Farm, 4812 Orebank Road, Kingsport, TN 37664 at (423) 288-6071, or visit the website at www.exchangeplace.info.


Friday-Sunday, Oct. 9-11, 2015 - BATTLE OF BLOUNTVILLE REENACTMENT
THE 2015 BATTLE OF BLOUNTVILLE CIVIL WAR REENACTMENT will take place on Friday-Sunday, Oct. 9-11, 2015, at the scenic Old Hawley Farm, located at 1173 Hawley Road, Blountville, TN.  Step back in time with re-enactors at this award-winning event as they perform continuous living history demonstrations including infantry, mounted cavalry, artillery drills and full-scale reenactments of the Battle of Blountville.  Battles will take place at 2 PM on Saturday and Sunday.  Period Civil War music will be on hand throughout the weekend.  School Days activities will take place on Friday, along with a Ladies Tea and Civil War Ball on Saturday.  Event is hosted by the Battle of Blountville Civil War Military Park and Reenactment Committee in conjunction with the Sullivan County Department of Archives and Tourism.  For more information, please call the office at (423) 323-4660 or Bob Dotson at (423) 366-5923.



Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 - 10 Mile/3K Overmountain Victory Run
Oct 10th 8:00 am - 1:00 pm. The fifth year for this event, the 10 Mile Overmountain Victory Run is a USATF point-to-point road race following the scenic and beautiful Watauga River where 235 years ago, the victorious Overmountain Men marched home after defeating the British at the Battle of Kings Mountain. In addition to the 10 Mile run there will be a 3K fitness walk/ fun run. REGISTRATION: Download the registration form here: Overmountain_Victory_Run_Form.pdf, or register online here: Overmountain Victory Run Online Registration

Friday Oct. 9:
  • 4-7 PM Packet Pickup & Late Registration at Rocky Mount Museum
Saturday Oct. 10:
  • 6:00-7:30 AM  Packet Pickup & Late Registration at Rocky Mount Museum
  • 8:15 AM Buses depart from Rocky Mount to the start line.
  • 8:30 AM Fitness Walk (3K) begins at Rocky Mount
  • 9:00 AM  Overmountain Men Victory Run begins
  • 12:00 PM Awards Ceremony
  • 11:00-4:00 Rocky Mount Museum open, Living History Tours available at regular price.

Friday-Saturday, Oct. 23-24, 2015 - "Witches Wynd" at Exchange Place
Listeners “Wynd” among five professional tellers of legends and love in the nooks and crannies of ancient log buildings. The evening concludes with hot cider and cookies. Advanced tickets, first available at the Fall Folk Arts Festival are required for this event which has sold out every year.  Event was begun in 1992.  Exchange Place needs no props after dark for a spooky atmosphere, with its shadowy corners of ancient log buildings where storytellers wait to relate chilling tales of the past. Guests assemble at the barn, divide into five groups, each of which is led by a lantern-bearing host to hear all of the five stories wind and through scenes relating to the story just heard.
Autumn weather in Tennessee can be cool enough to bundle up and windy enough to enhance the evening. 
Many autumn leaves are still clinging to the trees as October moves into November 2015 date: October 23 and 24. For further information, please call Exchange Place Living History Farm, 4812 Orebank Road, Kingsport, TN 37664 at (423) 288-6071, or visit the website at www.exchangeplace.info.

Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015 - Doll and Bear Show at Kingsport
9:30 am to 3 pm, Oct., 24, 2015, Kingsport Civic Auditorium, 1550 Ft. Henry Dr., Kingsport, TN. Free admission. VENDOR INFORMATION: 8 Ft. tables $25 (no minimum). Set up 7 am until 9:20 am and take down 3 pm until 5 pm. Must not remove items prior to end of sale. Vendors must provide their own table coverings. Tables are available on a first-paid basis. Reservations must be made by Sept. 15, 2015. Contact The Dollhouse, 216, Headtown Road, JOnesborough, TN 37659. Checks should be made payable to The Dollhouse. For further information, contact Ellen at 423.753.0022 or Mary at 423.247.1639.

 

Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015 - "Spirit of the Harvest" at Rocky Mount
Oct 24th 11:00 am - 5:00 pm. Join the Cobb family and their friends as they celebrate the harvest at Historic Rocky Mount, Piney Flats, TN. Living history demonstrations such as hearthside cooking, apple butter and apple cider will be on the historic site.  Storytelling and other activities will take place throughout the day. Featured Activities:

  • Saltmaking- Jim Bordwine, from Saltville VA, will be demonstrating traditional saltmaking
  • Storytelling- Members of Jonesborough Storytellers Guild will tell historic and family friendly stories
  • Crafts- for an additional $2 per craft, children can dip a candle or make a cornshuck creation
  • Living History Tours- Historic Interpreters will guide you through the historic home of Rocky Mount
  • Frontier Academy- special guided tours of food preservation activities, See more: Frontier Academy

$5 Admission per person. Children under age 5 are admitted free. Members are admitted free.  Other discounts do not apply. Group rates are available for groups of twelve or more that make reservations.

Monday, Nov. 9, 2015 - Edwin C. Bearss Civil War Presentation
Mon., Nov. 9, 2015, Civil War Roundtable meeting. Time and place to be determined. For additional information, please contact Wayne Strong.

Monday, Nov. 9, 2015 - Veterans Day at Historic Rocky Mount
Nov 09th 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm. Veterans Day Candlelit Tour. Join Rocky Mount in remembering the veterans of all wars with this special program.  More information and details available in October. Monday November 9 — 7:00 PM. Free admission. Historic Rocky Mount, Piney Flats, TN.

Satruday, Nov. 14, 2015 - Frontier Academy 2015: Holiday Traditions
Have you ever wished you lived in America’s first frontier, carving out a life for your family?  Perhaps you have wished to embrace the pioneers’ attitude of self-reliance? Or, maybe you would like to try a new folk-art? Frontier Academy is Rocky Mount’s continuing series for 2015. Each session focuses on a unique aspect of the knowledge, crafts and skills used by the early settlers of our area.  The skill-sets and subject matters are designed for adults. Each session has limited number of spaces.  Reservations are recommended. Nov 14th 10:00 am - 2:00 pm. Discover Christmas traditions of the 18th century and how early residents of the United States decorated using greenery, cornshucks and other simple materials to create beautiful ornaments. 

  • Ages 16+ please
  • Class begins at 10 AM and may last until 2:00
  • Bring a Sack Lunch, or a snack
  • Cost is $15 per person ($10 for members of RMHA)
  • RSVP for this session by Nov. 10th.  Reservations can be made M-F 9-5 at (423) 538-7396.


Saturday, Dec. 5, 2015 - Christmas in the Country at Exchange Place
Christmas in the Country is the first Saturday of December. The sales of fresh greenery, roping and wreaths, traditional foods, and demonstrations of winter activities on a 19th century farmstead are featured. Artisans may offer workshops for visitors to create their own folk art.  The Yule Log Ceremony concludes the celebration.  2015 date: December 5. For further information, please call Exchange Place Living History Farm, 4812 Orebank Road, Kingsport, TN 37664 at (423) 288-6071, or visit the website at www.exchangeplace.info.

December 4, 5, 11, 12, 2015 - Candlelight Christmas at Historic Rocky Mount
Friday and Saturday Evenings: December 4,5,11,12. A special time of the year to join with the Cobb Family in celebration of Christmas in the year 1791 with candlelight and decorations as the custom of the late 18th century before the heavy commercialization we know today.  Music, dancing, decorations and sacred tales will all be part of your experience this magical evening. Tour Description: The tour begins with a orientation of the history of Rocky Mount and Christmas tradtions of the past. Lantern guides lead groups down the candlelit paths to the historic home of Rocky Mount, Christmas Eve 1791. Spending a few minutes in each room, the tour goes through the buildings of the historic site. Meet historical persons such as William Cobb, Gov. Blount, Mrs. Blount, and the people of the Southwest Territory. With a special emphasis on cultural history, the evening demonstrates the music, food, revelry and traditions of an 18th century Christmas. Tours begin every fifteen minutes starting at 4:30, with the last tour beginning at 8:00.  Each tour lasts around 60-90 minutes ending with a modern reception with light refreshments.  

  • $10.00 Adults 
  • $8.00 Children (ages 5-17)
  • Discounts for Members of RMHA
  • Group rates available for groups of 12 or more with reservation
  • Other discounts do not apply
  • Dress in layers for the weather, the evening takes you outside, some rooms heated only by fire, others get quite warm.

Due to the popularity of this event, reservations are highly recommended.  For more information and  to make reservations please call (423) 538-7396.



December 12, 2015 - Christmas at Historic Blountville
Historic Blountville Christmas Parade, 2 PM, Sat., Dec. 12, 2015, downtown Blountville. Tour the Old Deery Inn and join us in an Old-fashioned Christmas Tree Lighting and Christmas Caroling. Information at 423.323.4660.

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2016

April 23-24, 2016 - Battle of Tazewell

 

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ONGOING EVENTS

  • Blountville Farmers Market, 12 Noon, each Thurs., April through October, located behind the old Sullivan County Courthouse at Blountville. Info at 423.323.4660.
  • Kingsport Farmers Market, 7 AM to 1 PM, Wednesdays and Saturdays, corner of Clinchfield and Center Streets. Info at 423.246.6550.
  • Bristol Farmers Market, May 1 thru October 31, Saturdays 7 AM to Noon, and Wednesdays 3 PM to 7 PM.
  • Antique Car Show, Friday nights, 6 PM to 8 PM, May thru October, 2012, TriSummit Bank parking lot across from the train station in downtown Bristol. Info at 423.646.7780.
  • Appalachian Ghostwalks, ongoing daily/nightly tours. Reservations required. Interested parties should call (423) 743-WALK (9255) for reservations.
  • Netherland Inn, Open Saturday and Sunday - May through October. Hours: 2p.m. to 4p.m. Admission: Adults $4.00 and age 6 and under $1.00. Group Tours: April through October by appointment- School, Civic and Church Groups Welcome!
  • Old Deery Inn and Museum, open June 6, June 20, July 4, July 11, July 18 from 10 AM to 2 PM. Additional tours are by reservation for group tours of 8 or more. Tickets are $5 per person; children under 12 are $3. (423) 323-4660.
  • Sons of the Confederate Veterans, John Singleton Mosby Camp #1409, meets at 6PM, 4th Monday of each month, Mama's House Buffet, John B. Dennis Parkway, Kingsport, TN.
  • Sons of the Confederate Veterans, Lt. Stephen Powell Camp, meets at 7PM, 3rd Monday of each month, 2nd Floor Commission Room, Sullivan County Courthouse, Blountville.
  • Sullivan County Historical and Genealogical Society meets at 7PM, 3rd Thursday evening of each month, 2nd Floor Commission Room, Sullivan County Courthouse, downtown Blountville. Free admission. General public is cordially invited. (423) 323-4660.
  • TAMHA Traditional Appalachian Music Heritage Association holds jam sessions at 6PM every Friday at the Anderson Townhouse in historic downtown Blountville. Jams are also held from 2-4 PM at the Bristol Tennessee Welcome Center on the 2nd Saturday of the month. Free and open to the general public.
  • Dino Park in the Dark - Backyard Terrors Dinosaur Park, 1065 Walnut Grove Rd., Bluff City, TN 37618. 423.391.7017. The power is out and the dinosaurs are LOOSE! Bring your flashlight and your courage! Every Friday and Saturday night frm 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., beginning July 4th. Website: www.backyardterrors.com.
  • Mountain Mysteries Bus Tours - An exciting year-round adventure. Explore the mysteries of your mountain heritage... Get ready for a fun group or family adventure that you'll treasure for a lifetime! The Appalachian GhostWalks Tour Bus is now available for regional tour and charter services for groups of five, or more, up to a maximum of fourteen of your friends and family. Beautifully restored, our bus features a fantastic audio/visual system, perfect for holiday and birthday parties as well as other special occasions. Enjoy transportation to and from any or all of our single evening tours, as well as our full-day vacation packages. Call 423.743.WALK (9255) to inquire about booking the bus for a day, or a night out with a group of your friends, family, or co-workers. Visit the website at AppalachianGhostWalks.com for full details. All tours are perfect for children as a positively spooky and fun family adventure!

         

 

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