Festival Latino en Morristown

Morristown Latino Food Festival

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Panther Creek State Park 50-site campground re-opens on June 30


Tennessee State Parks celebrated the grand re-opening of the Panther Creek State Park 50-site campground on June 30 with state and local officials.

The campground received upgrades to 50 amp electrical service, site improvements and new bathhouses. Wi-Fi will be installed at the park in the near future.

 The 1,435-acre park is located on the Cherokee Reservoir in the historic Holston River Valley near Morristown. Panther Creek offers 17 different hiking trails covering more than 30 miles of terrain, at all levels of difficulty. Hikers can enjoy magnificent views of Cherokee Lake and the Cumberland Mountains from Point Lookout Trail reaching 1,460 feet above sea level. There are also more than 15 miles of mountain biking trails that range from easy to difficult. Panther Creek also offers seven miles of horseback riding trails. Cherokee Lake provides year-round catches of bass, crappie, bluegill, catfish, rock fish and bream. For more information, visit http://tnstateparks.com/parks/about/panther-creek.

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Aereolínea FRONTIER viene a Tennessee

La Aerolinea de bajo costo Frontier Airlines empezará abriendo Memphis como un nuevo punto de embarque en marzo de 2014. La primera fecha disponible en la página web de la aerolínea es el 7 de marzo. Se venderán pasajes ida y vuelta Memphis, TN – Denver, CO
La aerolínea ofrecerá cuatro vuelos semanales sin escalas a Denver que es sede mundial de la empresa. Frontier sirve a 57 ciudades sin parar.



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Nueva Compañía de Venta de Boletos de Avión y Bus

Los latinos de Tennessee proximamente contarán con los servicios altamente calificados de la compañía LATIN TOURS que viene con muchas ganas de servir las necesidades de los viajeros de Tennessee.

“Estamos expandiendo nuestros servicos hacia Tennessee y Georgia”, dice Oscar Mauricio Gamero, propietario de Latin Tours. ” Esperamos brindar el servivio que los latinos se merecen al comprar sus boletos de avión, bus o cuando hacen planes de vacaciones”, concluye Gamero.


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Reece Museum to reopen in April

 JOHNSON CITY – Closed for repairs since 2011, East Tennessee State University’s Reece Museum will reopen next month with a renewed appearance and a renewed focus on regional art, history, culture and research.

 The building, which housed ETSU’s library in the 1920s, has undergone an extensive two-year, $1.7 million renovation, including a new HVAC system that will allow the Reece to control the environment inside the building, which is important in preserving museum artifacts.  Additional improvements include an electrical system upgrade, a new security system, energy-efficient windows that block ultraviolet light, an elevator, and Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant restroom facilities.

 According to Theresa Hammons, Reece Museum director, the museum’s offices and collections were moved to ETSU’s Valleybrook Campus in Sullivan County for safekeeping during the renovation.  While there, Reece staff focused on updating the museum’s database, organizing education outreach, and planning new exhibits.

 The Reece Museum collection contains over 20,000 artifacts, including 19th century farming equipment, quilts, musical instruments and clothing from the early days of Johnson City.  It also boasts a sizable art collection, including works from regional artists and such masters as Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali.

 The museum will reopen to the public on Tuesday, April 23, with four exhibits.  “Vanishing Appalachia” uses photographs to examine fading aspects of Appalachian culture.  “We Shall Not Be Moved,” a traveling exhibition from the Tennessee State Museum, examines the civil rights sit-in movement as it unfolded across Tennessee.  Local artist Bill Bledsoe will exhibit 12 new paintings of the ETSU campus commissioned by the university, and the “Country Music in the Tri-Cities” exhibit will reopen with new artifacts and information on music from ballads to bluegrass.

 A special reopening celebration will be held at the Reece Museum on Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  The free public event will feature Katie Doman singing ballads at 11 a.m. and storytelling by Leon Overbay at 1 p.m.

 The Reece Museum will have new hours upon reopening – Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Thursdays from 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.  Groups interested in visiting the museum should call ahead to make reservations for a tour.

 During the week, visitors may request a pass from museum staff to park in the three spaces directly in front of the museum.  On Saturdays, visitors may park in any available space without a pass.

 Admission to the Reece Museum is always free, but donations are encouraged to help fund educational activities, outreach and temporary exhibits.  The museum is also seeking volunteers for a wide variety of activities relating to research and the collection.

 For more information, tour reservations, or special assistance for those with disabilities, call the Reece Museum at (423) 439-4392. 

Bluegrass Album Band Reunites For FREE Concert Saturday, May 18, 2013 In Sevierville, TN

Sevierville, Tenn. – January 9, 2013 – Iconic bluegrass supergroup Bluegrass Album Band will reunite in Sevierville, Tenn. for a free concert on Saturday, May 18, 2013 during the city’s ninth annual Bloomin’ BBQ & Bluegrass festival (May 17-18, 2013). This will be a rare opportunity to see the group perform together, as their last LIVE performance occurred nearly 30 years ago.  The Bluegrass Album Band will have only performed one other concert earlier in 2013 prior to their Sevierville show.

All original group members including Doyle Lawson, Tony Rice, JD Crowe, Bobby Hicks, and Todd Phillips will be onstage together and will also be joined by Grammy nominated vocalist Rickey Wasson, who will perform Tony Rice’s vocals for this performance. From the original Bluegrass Album Band recording Rounder Records 0140, they went on to create a total of six volumes of historical recordings in a five year period.

“Sevierville is proud to present Bluegrass Album Band at this year’s Bloomin’ BBQ & Bluegrass festival,” says Sevierville Chamber of Commerce marketing director Amanda Marr. “We strive to bring the best music to those who visit our festival and this rare performance will be one all bluegrass fans will want to see.”

The two day Bloomin’ BBQ & Bluegrass festival has no admission fee and will feature free concerts, including the Bluegrass Album Band performance. Guests can also enjoy performances from Jimbo Whaley & Greenbrier, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Mountain Ruckus, Rickey Wasson & American Drive and more.

Bloomin’ BBQ & Bluegrass is the current Southeast Tourism Society Festival of the Year.

Sevierville’s ninth annual Bloomin’ BBQ & Bluegrass festival will take place May 17-18, 2013 in historic downtown Sevierville. This family-friendly event will once again bring barbeque cook teams from all over the United States to Sevierville to compete for $17,500 in cash and prizes and the title of Tennessee State Champion in the Bush’s Best TN State Championship Cook Off. Rounding out the event is toe-tapping bluegrass music, incredible arts and crafts, kids’ games and the Mountain Soul Vocal Competition honoring Sevierville’s favorite hometown girl, Dolly Parton.

For more information on Bloomin’ BBQ & Bluegrass as well as travel deals and lodging packages, visit www.BloominBBQ.com or call 1-888-889-7415.Image