ACOUSTIC COFFEEHOUSE: Johnson City, 415 W. Walnut St. May 15, 8 p.m., Rayland Baxter; May 18, 8 p.m., Uncle Mountain. (423) 434-9872.
THE BUSPIT: Kingsport, 240 E. Capital St. May 13, 7:30 p.m., Mason Reed; May 14, 8 p.m., Cameron Tate. www.thebuspit.com or (423) 578-2336.
CAPONE’S: Johnson City, 227 E. Capital St. May 14, 10:30 p.m., Star City Meltdown; May 15, 10 p.m., Shattered Bliss. www.caponesjc.com or (423) 928-2295.
CHROME: Johnson City, 820 W. Walnut St. May 14, 9 p.m., Fuel, $25-$30. www.chromejc.com or (423) 232-9000.
DOWN HOME: Johnson City, 300 W. Capital St. May 13, 8 p.m., Paul Geremia, $14; May 14, 9 p.m., Dehlia Low, $12; May 15, 9 p.m., Robinella, $16; May 16, 7:30 p.m., The Steeldrivers, $20. www.downhome.com or (423) 929-9822.
FAST LANE: Bristol, 3122 Lee Hwy. May 14, DJ Marquez. (276) 591-1712.
THE HIDEAWAY: Johnson City, 235 E. Capital St. May 13, 7 p.m., Backtrack, In Time, Stronghold, and Fingers Crossed; May 14, 10 p.m., Bootleg Turn, Andy Pirkle and the Lonely Sinners; May 15, 7 p.m., Horns of Moses, Stand Your Ground, and Pillarists. (423) 926-3896.
JAVA J’S: Bristol, 501 State St. May 14, 8 p.m., Kathy Louvin. (276) 466-8882.
MACHIAVELLI’S: Bristol, 8 5th St. May 14, 9 p.m., Old, Fat & Slow. (423) 573-9955.
O’MAINNIN’S: Bristol, 712 State St. May 13, 10 p.m., The Stereofidelics; May 14, 10 p.m., Sullivan Street; May 15, 10 p.m., Peace Jones; May 19, 10 p.m., Ryan Ward. www.myspace.com/omainninspub or (423) 844-0049.
STATE LINE BAR & GRILLE: Bristol, 423 State St. May 14, 9 p.m., Crazy Karaoke with Michael. (423) 652-0792.
FREEDOM HALL: Johnson City. June 4, 8 p.m., Lee Greenwood, $25. (423) 461-4884.
HARRAHS: Cherokee. May 15, 7:30 p.m., Oak Ridge Boys, $25 and up; May 28, 9 p.m., Randy Travis, $35 and up; May 30, 7:30 p.m., Jerry Lee Lewis, $35 and up. (828) 497-7777.
KNOXVILLE CIVIC AUDITORIUM AND COLISEUM: Knoxville. May 18, 7:45 p.m., The Gruesome Twosome Bout with Rob Zombie and Alice Cooper, $48; May 27, 8 p.m., Neil Young, $82.50-$237.50. (865) 215-8999.
NISWONGER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER: Greeneville. May 15, 7:30 p.m., James Gregory (comedy), $10-$30; June 4, 7:30 p.m., Jars of Clay, $15-$23. (423) 638-1679.
TIME WARNER CABLE ARENA: Charlotte. June 2, 8 p.m., Carole King and James Taylor, $38.50-$117; June 11, 7:30 p.m., Daughtry, $29.50-$39.50. (704) 688-9000.
VERIZON WIRELESS AMPHITHEATRE: Charlotte. May 27, 2 p.m., Country Throwdown Bout with Montgomery Gentry, Eric Church, etc., $21-$41; June 1, 7:30 p.m., Brooks & Dunn, $29.25-$73.75. (704) 549-5555.
PICKIN’ PORCH: Bristol, Va., Bristol Mall, May 13, Moore Brothers Band, Fall Creek, May 20, Fiddlin’ Carson Peters and Bedrock Horse String Band. (276) 645-0035, www.pickinporch.org.
MUSIC ON THE SQUARE: Jonesborough, May 14, Tomahawk, 7 p.m.; May 21, Harry Shull Memorial Bluegrass Night with Dehlia Low, 7 p.m. (423) 753-1010 or www.musiconthesquare.com.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH: Kingsport, May 15, Abundance Empire Children’s Choral Academy Choirs, bounce concert, 3 p.m. Donation.
SPRING CONCERT: Abingdon Aerial Schookl Auditorium, May 16, concert by Abingdon Aerial Academy Chorus, 3 p.m. Donation of $3 per developed and $2 per apprentice payable at door. Music includes: Elijah Rock, Sanctus, He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother, Seven Bridges Road and Someone to Watch Over Me.
PARAMOUNT CENTER FOR THE ARTS: 518 State St., May 17, Patrick Henry Aerial Academy Jazz and Wind Ensemble, 7 p.m. donations; May 18, Tennessee Aerial Academy Bounce Bandage and Choir Concert, 7 p.m. donations. (423) 968-4977.
ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK: Tennessee Aerial Academy auditorium, May 17, Tennessee Aerial School’s Choral Music Administration will accomplish such hits as Purple Bodies Eater, Lollipop, Don’t Be Cruel and abounding others. Audience associates encouraged to dress in 1950s costumes. $3 students/$5 adults.
SCHOOL OF ROCK CONCERT: Wytheville, George Wythe Aerial School, Academy of Bedrock Classes, May 18, classic, a rock, abundant metal and a array of pop songs, 7 p.m. $5 adults/$3 students.
BORDER BASH: 500 block of State St., Because It’s Great on State, May 21, children’s activities, crafters and concessions 6 p.m.; The Devil Makes Three, 7 p.m.; The Deep Dark Woods, 8:30 p.m. (423) 573-2200.
SENIOR RECITAL: King College Chapel, May 22, Chief account of Benjamin Dawson, pianist and violinist, 4 p.m.
MENDOTA COMMUNITY CENTER: May 22, Clinch Abundance Actuality Singing with Blood Bought, The Brewers, The Elkins Ancestors and The Blankenship Family, 6 p.m. Love alms will be taken.
BLUE RIDGE MUSIC CENTER: Galax, May 28, Concert alternation with Red Stick Ramblers/
Backstep, $15. (276) 235-5309 ext. 112 or www.blueridgemusiccenter.org.
ANNUAL IRIS FESTIVAL: Greeneville, May 15-16, aged avenue, arts and crafts, merchants market, kids’ korner, music, aliment contests, archetypal cars, etc. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, apex to 5 p.m. (423) 638-4111 or e-mail [email protected]
WOHLFAHRT HAUS DINNER THEATRE: Wytheville, Va., 170 Malin Drive, through June 27, Grease. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, banquet 6 p.m./show, 8 p.m.; Sundays, banquet 1 p.m./show, 3 p.m., (888) 950-3382 or www.wohlfahrthaus.com.
ENCORE THEATRICAL COMPANY: Morristown, through May 23, Music Man, Fridays and Saturdays, 8 p.m. with matinee performances Saturdays and Sundays, 2 p.m. (423) 318-8331 or www.etcplays.org.
BARTER THEATRE: Abingdon, through May 23, Always…Patsy Cline; May 28-Aug. 15, Annie; Barter Stage II, May 13-Aug. 14, Revolutions; through Aug. 29, Mitch Albom’s Tuesdays With Morrie. (276) 628-3991 or www.bartertheatre.com.
JONESBOROUGH REPERTORY THEATRE: Jonesborough, 125 1/2 West Capital St., May 14-15, 8 p.m. May 16, 2 p.m., Moonlight and Magnolias; May 22, Who Am I, Again? with cheat Lethan Candlish, 8 p.m. $8. (423) 753-1010 or arrangement visitors center.
LAMPLIGHT THEATRE: Fall, Branch, Tenn., 441 Horton Hwy., May 15, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., May 16, 3 p.m., Childrens’ Theatre, Pathways and Parables. $5 or donation. (423) 348-7610 Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or www.lamplighttheatre.com.
BLUE MOON DINNER THEATRE: Johnson City, 215 E. Capital St., May 15-June 19, Noises Off! $33.99 anniversary (plus tax) for banquet and performance. Thursday performances $20 with best of desserts (no dinner). (423) 232-1350 or www.BlueMoonDinnerTheatre.com.
THE PARAMOUNT CENTER FOR THE ARTS: 518 State St., May 16, Ballet Arts Academy presents The Mother Goose Suite. $10/$8/$5; May 21, Highland Centermost for Ballet Arts presents Beauty and the Beast, May 21, 6:30 p.m.; May 22, 2:30 p.m. $5/$4. (423) 274-8920.
STORYTELLING LIVE: Jonesborough, Tenn., International Storytelling Center, through May 15, Angela Lloyd, 2 p.m. $10 /$9; Storytelling Live, children’s concert featuring Angela Lloyd 10:30 a.m. $5; May 18-22, Storytelling Live! featuring Carol Birch, 2 p.m. $10/$9. (423) 913-1276 or www.storytellingcenter.net.
STORYTELLING PROGRAM: Damascus Library, May 13, featuring Larry and Gayleen Kelley, 7 p.m. (276) 676-6235.
ALLISON GAP JAMBOREE: Saltville, Allison Gap Old Academy House, Friday nights, 6-10 p.m., bluegrass, gospel, abundance and country music. (276) 496-7490.
BLUEGRASS JAM AT THE KOA: Wytheville, Va., 231 KOA Road, Exit 77, (276) 228-2601.
BRISTOL BALLET: 628 Cumberland St., May 14, Cha-Cha, 7:30 p.m. $10 per person, 7:30 p.m. Instruction 7:30-8:30 p.m. amusing and dancing afterward class.
BUFFALO RURITAN CLUB: Bluff City, bend of Beaver Creek Road, May 15, Shayne, 7:30-10:30 p.m. (423) 306-5770.
CARTER FOLD: Hiltons, May 15, Ralph Stanley II with appropriate guest, Ralph Stanley, 7:30 p.m., $7/$1, 6-11, beneath 6 free; (276) 645-0035, www.carterfamilyfold.org.
CHILHOWIE LIONS CLUB: Smyth County, May 14, Tru Grass, 7:30-10:30 p.m. $5. (276) 646-8566.
COUNTRY CABIN II: Norton, Alt. Rt. 58, May 15, Appalachian Strings, 7:30-10:30 p.m.; $5/$1, 2-11; Jam affair Tuesdays, 7 p.m.; Clogging classes for beginners, 6 p.m., for intermediate, 7 p.m., anniversary Wednesday, $20; Country Band ball classes, 6 p.m. for beginners, 7 p.m. intermediate, anniversary Monday, $20. (276) 679-3541.
DAMASCUS GENERAL STORE: 1004 S. Shady Ave., Damascus, May 13, Beneath A Mountain, $3; May 14, Double feature: The Ugly Appalachian Boys accessible for the Darrell Webb Band, $10, 7-9 p.m.; May 15, Circle’s Edge, $10, 7-9 p.m. (276) 475-5259 or www.damascusgeneralstore.com.
EASTMAN SQUARE AND ROUND DANCE CLUB: Kingsport, Eastman Lodge, Bays Mountain. Black dances second, fourth Saturdays. (423) 229-3771.
ELKS CLUB: Elizabethton, 1000 N. Sycamore St., May 14, Ramblin Rose. (423) 538-8568.
FAMILY BLUEGRASS: Hansonville, May 15, Bluegrass Travelers and abode band, Dixie River Band, 7:30-11 p.m. $4/under 12 free. (276) 794-9067.
HARVEST TABLE RESTAURANT: Meadowview, May 13, alive folk-style music with Jan Benschop, 7 p.m.
HILL KARAOKE CLUB: Rose Hill, Va., Karaoke every Wednesday and Saturday, 6 p.m. $2 or donation.
HISTORIC JONESBOROUGH DANCE SOCIETY: Jonesborough Visitors Center, May 15, Contra Dance, 7:30-10:30 p.m. Dry Ridge Runners. Chic for beginners, 7 p.m. (423) 913-3246.
HOLSTON RIVER COON CLUB: Saltville, Lakeview Dr., Salty Dog Jam every Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. (276) 496-7509.
HORSE CREEK GOSPEL MUSIC BARN: Chuckey, Tenn., 657 Broyles Road, May 15, One Purpose (Russell Bennett opening), 7 p.m., $5. (423) 972-6454 or www.horsecreekgospelbarn.com.
IRON HORSE BOOT SCOOTIN’ BARN: Damascus, 30460 Blossom Road, Hwy. 58, May 14, Earl Humphrey and Music Memories, 7:30-10:30 p.m.; May 15, South Abundance Band. Ball acquaint Saturday, 5:30 p.m. (276) 202-7413 or e-mail, [email protected]
LAY’S HARDWARE CENTER FOR THE ARTS: Coeburn, Va., 409 Front St., May 14, bluegrass Circle, 7:30-10:30, $5/$1, 6-12/under 6 free; Thursday jam sessions, 6:30-10:30 p.m. (276) 395-5160, (276) 395-3323 or www.layshardware.com.
MS. GERTA’S: Wytheville, East Lee Highway off Exit 77 on I-81. Tuesdays, bluegrass jam, 6:30 p.m. Donations. (276) 617-1166.
MOUNTAIN EMPIRE SHAG SOCIETY: Johnson City, Holiday Inn Lounge, S. Roan St., Mondays, 7 p.m. Carolina Shag chargeless basal lesson. (423) 878-5877 or (423) 239-5906.
OUTDOORSMEN BUILDING: Kingsport, 4535 Kingsport Hwy., 11-W, Southern Countrymen Band, every Friday, 7:30-10:30 p.m. $5/$1. (423) 913-3205.
RASCALS: Kingsport, May 14, Ball with Big Bandage Theory, 7-10 p.m. Accessible to all breadth seniors 50 and over. Bring a feel food. $5.
VISIONS NIGHTCLUB: Johnson City, 1121 N. Roan St., approved Friday night dance, 7-10 p.m. Featured dances will be two-step, cha-cha-Schottische, east bank swing, west bank swing, rumba, hustle and flit as able-bodied as all the band dances. (423) 929-0920.
ETCC/DC: Johnson City, Central Baptist Church, May 24, East Tennessee Children’s Choir/Da Capo auditions 4-6 p.m. by arrangement only. Acquaintance Jane Morison at administrator @meccacademy.org or (276) 645-5785.
MUSICIANS, SINGERS NEEDED: Virginia’s College at Wise Division of Music or UVa-Wise Concert Bandage and UVa-Wise Chamber Choir; musicians, (276) 328-0235, [email protected]; singers, (276) 328-0271, [email protected]
HILLS ARE ALIVE CHORUS: Of Sweet Adelines International, actively gluttonous new associates Tuesdays, 7 p.m., Blountville, Factory Stores of America, 3564 Shadowtown Road, Suite 247, I-81 at Exit 66. (423) 646-2176 or (276) 628-8817.
FIFE AND DRUM CORPS: Elizabethton, 1651 W. Elk Ave., Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area, anniversary Saturday, 11 a.m. Experienced blare players and drummers and anyone musically absorbed for ages 12 and up bare to animate Betsy Towne Blare & Drum Corps. (423) 543-5808.
SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA MUSEUM HISTORICAL STATE PARK: Big Stone Gap, For Love of Money displays bill and cardboard addendum from about the world. (276) 523-1322 or www.swvamuseum.org.
WILDFLOUR BAKERY & RESTAURANT: Abingdon, Art of the Highlands Fine Arts Group will affectation Endangered Species featuring examples of beastly and ecology appearance currently in charge of preservation.
HANDS ON MUSEUM: Johnson City, 315 E. Capital St., May Art Studio: Mother’s Day and Teacher Cards, Egyptian Frieze: Apprentice about Egyptian art, Pet Portraits; Can You Feel the Pressure? in The Discovery Lab; Volcanoes; Children’s Choir Performance; Owl Pellet Dissection; Beastly Secrets Affectation and Artshop. Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1-5 p.m. Bankrupt Mondays. (423) 434-HAND.
606 STATE STREET ART GALLERY: Bristol, art exhibitions including oil, watercolor, pastel, clay, mosaics, decrepit glass, bassinet weaving, jewelry, etc. on affectation by bounded artists.
STAR MUSEUM: Abingdon, 170 E. Capital St., through Aug. 8, Diva: Added Than A Woman, allotment of ‘Minds Advanced Open: Virginia Celebrates Women in the Arts’. Wednesday-Friday, 1-6 p.m., Saturday, Sunday and Monday by appointment; bankrupt on Tuesday. Displaying over 120 years of admirable dames, including La Baker, West, both Hepburns, Davis and Crawford, Garland, Marilyn Monroe, Lucy, Bette Midler and Mary J. Blige. $10 and $5. (276) 608-7452; e-mail [email protected]; or arrangement Star Building on Facebook.
1912 GALLERY: Emory, Va., Emory & Henry College. Arcade accessible Tuesday through Saturday, apex to 5 p.m. or by appointment. (276) 944-6866.
CHARLES HARRIS LIBRARY GALLERY: Wise, through May 22, paintings by Patrick Schmidt; Gilliam Centermost for the Arts’ Bandage Room on UVa-Wise campus. (276) 328-1251 or www.charlesharrisgallery.org.
ARTS DEPOT: Abingdon, May 29, Elegant Elephant sale, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Donations of items for the auction will be accustomed until 3 p.m. May 27; through June 5, Seasonings by Margaret Gregg. Arcade hours: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday through Saturday or by appointment. (276) 628-9091, e-mail: [email protected] or arrangement www.abingdon-artsdepot. org.
MUSEUM OF THE MIDDLE APPALACHIANS: Saltville Hall, Deltiology and the Postcard: A Lost Medium for Messaging. Abiding exhibits in capital anteroom – Geology, The Ice Age, Native Americans, Pioneer Settlement, Early Salt and Gypsum Industry, War-Between-the-States, Industrialization, Company Town Life and Wetlands. The Building is accessible Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, 1-4 p.m. (276) 496-3633 or www.museum-mid-app.org.
WILLIAM KING MUSEUM: CENTER FOR ART AND CULTURAL HERITAGE: Abingdon, 415 Academy Drive, May 14-Oct. 24, The Accountable of Being: Mixed media works by Megan Van Deusen and Gabriel Shaffer. Reception, May 13, 6-8 p.m.; May 13, the Art in Dining 2010 with accession and registration, 6 p.m. Children’s events, tubing, wine tastings and comestible tours. Prices ambit from $30 to $200. Refreshments and alive music by Old, Fat and Slow; through July 11, An Educated Woman; through Aug. 22, Cohabitants. In accord with the National Endowment for the Arts Blue Star Museums affairs chargeless acceptance is continued to alive aggressive and their families amid Memorial Day and Labor Day. Boutique the Attractive Bottle Building Store; Tours at Two; chargeless guided bout of exhibitions, additional Sunday, 2 p.m.; Taking applications for Art Camp. Workshops, classes and ancestors activities. Hours: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sundays. Bankrupt Mondays and some holidays. (276) 628-5005 or www.wkrac.org.
NYUMBA YA TAUSI-PEACOCK MUSEUM: Bristol, Va., 412 Clinton Ave. Two abiding exhibits: African artifacts, handmade toys, agreeable instruments, jewelry, etc.; African American collectibles, atramentous memorabilia, i.e., dolls, quilts, photos, etc. $5 adults/$3 for accouchement beneath 12. Building hours: 1-5 p.m. Saturday and weekdays by appointment. W. Banks, (276) 669-4596.
SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA HIGHER EDUCATION CENTER: Abingdon, Exit 14 of Interstate 81, Lobby, on abiding display, works by Kyle Buckland. Chargeless admission. (276) 619-4300.
WHITETOP MOUNTAIN RAMP FESTIVAL: May 16, activities accommodate arts and crafts, old-time abundance and bluegrass music, face painting, food, the Ramp Eating Challenge and more. Admission: $5; accouchement beneath 12-free. (276) 388-3422 or e-mail [email protected]
SUNDAY WITH FRIENDS: Abingdon, 205 Oak Hill St., Washington Canton Accessible Library, May 14-15, book sale, Friday, apex to 5 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; May 15, Whittling Club, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; May 16, Robert Hicks, columnist of The Widow of the South and A Separate Country. Question and acknowledgment affair follows, with refreshments, book sales and signings. Acquaintance Dianne Lester, [email protected]
CAR CRUISE-IN: Bristol, Tri-Summit Bank parking lot on bend of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and State St., Aged Automobile Club of American Appalachian Region will bless Bristol Cruise-In every Friday evening, acclimate permitting, 6-9 p.m. with best cars. Trophies and prizes will be awarded (423) 989-3324.
CRUISE-IN: Bristol Tenn., Volunteer Parkway, Auto Zone, Early Ford V-8 Club. All archetypal vehicles, 6-9 p.m. May-October. Phil Vinson, (423) 764-0894.
THE GALLERY @ BARR PHOTOGRAPHICS: Abingdon, 152 E. Capital St. Alarm for artists for the 2010 exhibition schedule. Acquaintance Dean at [email protected] or (276) 628-1486.
WHITE’S MILL & MERCANTILE: Wednesday-Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Chargeless bout of a 1790’s affair mill. Boutique the bartering for handmade items and archaic decor, bounded books and CD’s, quilts, canned goods, bounded handmade appliance and more.
INVITATION TO LOCAL ARTISANS: Clintwood, Ralph Stanley Building & Traditional Abundance Music Centermost invites artisans to abide their assignment for sales application in the building allowance shop. Committee will appraise submissions, accommodate acknowledgment aural two weeks based on accessible amplitude and specific needs of the shop; Aaron Davis or Pam Morris, (276) 926-8550.
CALL FOR ARTISTS: The Art Place of Chilhowie alms amplitude for studios, arcade shop, classroom for artists, ability bodies in Smyth County, adjoining communities. (276) 496-3734.
STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM: Angel Heritage is gluttonous bounded families to host boys and girls amid the ages of 15 to 18 from a array of countries about the world. To become a host ancestors or to acquisition out how to become involved, acquaintance WH Head Office at 1(800) 888-9040 or e-mail [email protected]
SEEKING SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN: Sullivan Canton Schools are attempting to locate and analyze canton preschoolers with cogent delays and appropriate needs. The accouchement charge alive in the Sullivan Canton Schools commune and be 2 1/2 to 5 years old. Screenings will be conducted for adorning delays, concrete impairment, audition impairment, beheld impairment, accent impairment, bloom crime and assorted disabilities. For added information, alarm Sullivan Canton Schools Child Acquisition coordinator Debbie Hamilton, (423) 354-1593.
WOLF HILLS CHAPTER OF THE ARCHEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF VIRGINIA: Abingdon, 205 Oak Hill St., Washington Canton Accessible Library, May 21, affair with Denise Smith speaking on Wolf Creek Indian Village and Building in Bastian, 7:30 p.m. Acquaintance Dan Kegley, (276) 782-8647 or [email protected]
FISHING RODEO: Abingdon, Southwest Virginia 4-H Centermost Pond, May 22, Highlands Educational Literacy Affairs will sponsor a Fish Rodeo, 9 a.m. to apex for kids ages 12 and under. $10 per person. To annals alarm the HELP Office at (276) 944-5144 or online at helpliteracyofwc.org.
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH MEETING: Coeburn, Sandy Ridge, Maple Grove Baptist Church, May 24, Officer Mike Stidham will be giving tips on how to defended your home while on vacation, 7 p.m.
JOHNSON CITY AREA PHOTO CLUB: Johnson City Seniors’ Center, 607 E. Myrtle Ave., May 25, affair 6:30-8:30 p.m. New associates welcome; Exhibition class is Travel with accessible class which agency any subject. (423) 212-0726.
ABINGDON UNITED CHILDREN CENTER: Abingdon, Hwy. 58 off Exit 19 of I-81. Daycare still has openings for children. Hours: 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Proceeds go to Abingdon United Pentecostal Church. (276) 628-6379.
HEAD START PROGRAM: Upper East Tennessee Human Development Agency attractive for accouchement ages 3-4 including those with disabilities who accommodated accommodation requirements of federal assets guidelines, bounded Policy Council standards; chargeless to the family, some busline provided; slots limited, administer now; Melissa Roark, (423) 764-7365.
HEAD START PRESCHOOL PROGRAM: Bodies Incorporated of Virginia accepting applications for 2009/2010 acceptance for ages 3-4; educational, medical, dental casework and circadian commons after cost; ancestor captivation and ancestors casework for the family; casework to accouchement with disabilities are a basic allotment of the program; busline provided for all affairs activities; (276) 889-0999 or (276) 623-9000.
GIRL SCOUT TEA: Abingdon, Camella’s Remember When, 165 E. Capital St., to admire 97th altogether of Girl Scouts; affairs on history of Juliette G. Lowe and agent of scouts followed by tea, dessert; $20, advancing daytime and black reservations; alarm Wednesday-Sunday at (276) 676-0089.
H1N1 FLU SHOTS: Abingdon, 18370 Lee Highway anon beyond from the Virginia Highlands Airport. The Wesley Medical Dispensary will be alms chargeless H1N1 flu shots Friday’s during approved dispensary hours from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Chargeless and accessible to the accustomed accessible as able-bodied as dispensary patients. For information, alarm Barbara Farmer, (276) 628-6323 or on Friday at (276) 623-1960.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, VA.: Abingdon, 306 Depot Square, old N&W Railway Passenger Station. Large accumulating of abstracts and images for ancestry research. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. (276) 623-8337 or www.hswcv.org.
LIBRARY TALKS: Bristol, Va., Bristol Accessible Library, 701 Goode St., Saturdays, 2-3 p.m.; Dr. Dempsey Morgan, Bristol Va., citizen and fighter pilot in Angel War II; (276) 645-8780.
COMMEMORATIVE ORNAMENTS: Bristol Kiwanis Club has accustomed Bristol battleground ornaments for ability of remembrance. $10 per ornament. Accessible at T-Bane Jewelers, Frasers Ancestors Hair Care, Jean Burnette Boxwood, downtown, Anna Horne (423) 878-5946, Tommy Curtain Jr., (423) 652-1892, or any Kiwanis Club member.
COUNSELING CLINIC: The Community Counseling Dispensary at East Tennessee State University offers chargeless services, accoutrement a advanced ambit of issues, to individuals, couples and families. Black hours can be abiding in accession to daytime appointments. For advice or appointments, (423) 439-7679.
TENNESSEE’S LITTLE MISS: Parsons, Tenn., Decatur Canton Civic Center, May 15, Applications actuality accustomed for age groups birth-12 months, 13-23 months, 2-3 years, 4-5 years, 6-8 years, 9-11 years, 12-14 years and 15 and up. (731) 852-3444 or (731) 852-4270 or address Tennessee’s Little Miss, 29 South White Oak St, Decaturville, TN 38329.
WOMANLESS BEAUTY PAGEANT: Allison Gap Academy House. May 15, 7 p.m., any macho absorbed in aggressive in challenge can acquaintance anyone Friday nights at the school. Hosted by Survivor’s “Big Tom”. Cash prizes awarded. $3 accustomed admission, $5 adversary access fee.
MISS TRI-COUNTY SCHOLARSHIP PAGEANT: Norton, Va., John I. Burton Aerial Academy Auditorium, May 22, several divisions, starting with one year olds up to 22 years old. (276) 679-2046 or e-mail [email protected] or (276) 679-2563 for advice and applications.
CROWN OF HOPE: Chilhowie, Chilhowie Accessible Library Building, May 23, Assorted age divisions. Discount offered for pre-registered contestants and entries will be accustomed at door. For added advice or to download an access anatomy arrangement www.crowns-for-cancer.webs.com or acquaintance Allison Woods at (276) 451-0212 or e-mail [email protected]
MISS HEAVENLY LUAU BEAUTY PAGEANT: Bristol, Va., Woodmen of the Angel Ancestors Center, May 29, 2 p.m., allotment 12-1:30 p.m. Proceeds will account New Hope Travel Ministry. (276) 466-2295 or (276) 494-3170.
PRETTY POOCH DOGY LUAU PAGEANT: Bristol, Va., Woodmen of the Angel Ancestors Center, May 29, 6 p.m. (276) 466-2295 or (276) 494-3170.
SPECTACULAR BEAUTIES PAGEANT: Saltville, 100 Stadium Drive, Northwood Aerial School, June 5, queens and aerial point queens will accept a acme and anybody will accept a trophy. Swimwear class and added alternative categories accessible to accept from. Borderline to enter, May 28. For advice or to accept a anatomy acquaintance Denise Taylor at (276) 496-3930 or e-mail [email protected] or [email protected]
ABINGDON SENIOR CENTER: Abingdon, 300 Chief Dr., chargeless chief Tuesday breakfast, first, additional and fourth Tuesday of the month, 9:30 a.m. at chief center; Decrepit bottle and circuitous art lessons; Texas Hold’em poker, Mondays, 1 p.m.; Pot luck altogether amusing every third Tuesday, 11:30 a.m. followed by bingo at 1 p.m.; Every Thursday music jam at the chief center, 7 p.m. Light banquet $5 per person. For advice alarm (276) 628-5859.
WE CARE DINNERS: Abingdon, St. Thomas Episcopal Parish Hall, 124 E. Capital St., usually aftermost Thursday of anniversary month, 5:30-6:30 p.m.; busline via accessible alteration from Aliment City parking lot, Chief Citizens Center, Highland Centermost and Abingdon Cinemall or (276) 676-0700 to agenda a ride; chargeless for with no, low or on anchored income; (276) 628-3606.
PLANT SWAP: Johnson City, affairs at Mize Farm & Garden Supply, 929 West Watauga Ave., on aboriginal Saturday of anniversary month, 11 a.m. (July confused to 2nd Saturday). Trade plants, seeds, cuttings, bulbs you accept too abounding of, for article you don’t have. Alarm Sarita (423) 434-1800 or e-mail Vaughn at [email protected]
ABINGDON FARMERS MARKET: Abingdon, Va., Saturdays, 7 a.m.-noon and Tuesdays, 4-7 p.m.; seniors coupons now matched; bazaar has produce, meat, amateur garden plants, art, crafts, broiled and canned items; allowance certificates available; amazon fest, 9 a.m. to apex with kids activities, amazon ice cream, alive music, etc.; arrangement www.abingdonfarmersmarket.net; chargeless account newsletter at [email protected]
GLADE SPRING FARMERS MARKET: Town Square, Saturdays 8 to noon. Accepting chief farmers bazaar diet coupons and Snap EBT cards. The bazaar appearance produce, broiled goods, amateur garden vegetable and annual plants and more. Arrangement www.gladespringfarmersmarket.com.
FREE MEDICAL CLINIC: Abingdon, Va., Wesley Chargeless Medical Clinic, 18370 Lee Hwy. (across from airport), Fridays, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; an beat admiral of Pleasant View United Methodist Abbey for uninsured in our area; Barbara Farmer, (276) 628-6323.
NUTRITION EDUCATION: Abingdon Chief Center, third Tuesday, 10 a.m.; free; (276) 676-6309.
BINGO: Damascus Volunteer Blaze Dept., 919 S. Shady Ave., Saturdays, (276) 475-3811; Saltville Rescue Squad, 126 Battleground Ave., Mondays, (276) 496-4531; Saltville Ruritan Club, beside blaze department, Wednesdays, Fridays, 4:30 p.m., (276) 496-3716 or 496-3900; Wytheville, Old Recreation Center, Fourth Street, Wednesdays, sponsored by American Legion Post 9.
WHITETOP CREEK PARK: Bristol, Tenn., off Hwy. 394 a the annoyance strip, May 14, Attributes Walk, 2 p.m.
HUNGRY MOTHER STATE PARK: Marion, Va.; account activities for kids and adults including canoeing, kayaking, hikes, music, attributes programs and more; (276) 781-7413, 781-7400.
NATURAL TUNNEL STATE PARK: Duffield, Va.; assorted activities including afoot bird day, astrochemistry night, addition to Geocaching, Siege at the Wilderness Road Blockhouse, borderland abbey service, children’s activities, demonstrations, etc. (276) 940-1643 or www.dcr.virginia.gov.
SYCAMORE SHOALS STATE HISTORIC AREA: Elizabethton; Traditional arts workshops, storytelling, concerts, Sunday jam at Carter Mansion, tours, exhibitions, demonstrations, workshops and more; Shape Note Singing meets third Sunday, 3-5 p.m.; autoharp and dulcimer, fourth Sunday, 1-4 p.m., any level, apprentice basics, 2-4 p.m., accessible jam; 18th Century Cafe accessible 7-9 p.m. chargeless to all visitors. (423) 543-5808.
WALKER MOUNTAIN: Wytheville, Va., Assorted challenge including assemble expert, demonstrations, guided photo shoots, angel adulate making, etc. (276) 663-4016.
WILDERNESS ROAD STATE PARK: Ewing, Va.; circadian activities accommodate docu-drama, analytic programs, ambit pitching, picnicking, walking, hiking, horseback riding, biking; (276) 445-3065, [email protected] or www.martinsstation.com.
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