Rebel Kitchen, 108 West Jackson, Knoxville, September 2018
If you want to be certain your event is included on this calendar, I’ll need your event two weeks in advance. The absolute best way to make sure I include your event is to make a FB event and invite me – two weeks in advance. My FB “events” are the one place I’ll go to every time – if you invite me before I write the post.
If you see an event I’ve missed and you’d like to plug, please comment below. I am no longer able to add to the list events about which I was not informed in advance – it’s just gotten too big, and that’s a good thing. Staying true to the scope of the blog, I’ll only list downtown or near-downtown events. Any number of venues outside of downtown have some great events, but I have to draw a line somewhere. If you want to add those in a comment, that’s fine. Please “Friend” me (Alan Sims) on Facebook and invite me to your events. Look over to the right of this post and not only “friend” me, but “like” Inside of Knoxville. Subscribe (also to the right) to make sure you catch all the posts.
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Sunday, September 16
Knoxcentric: Donald Baker Donahue discusses the World’s Fair Park screening of the 1998 UF-UT Football Game (benefiting the Knoxville Area Rescue Mission) / UT Professor Rich Pacelle and Michael Jordan of Blount Mansion discuss their Constitution Day Event and the current state of the US Constitution, WUTK (90.3), 10:00 AM
Jazz Brunch, Downtown Grill and Brewery, 11:00 AM – 2:30 PM
Jazz Brunch with Jake’s Jazz Hollandaise, Bistro at the Bijou, Noon – 2:00 PM
City Council Workshop, Main Assembly Room, City County Building, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
The Book Behind My Story: Catherine Porth, Director of Business Development at Survature, discusses Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products by Nir Eyal, Knoxville Chamber, Historic Market Square, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Knoxville native and award-winning journalist Barbara Aston-Wash will talk about Bless Her Heart, her novel based on the life of Ellen McClung Berry, daughter of Hugh Lawson McClung and Ella Gibbins McClung, Union Avenue Books, 2:00 PM