Museum of Appalachia
On Sunday, December 16, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Museum of Appalachia will offer one of the things it does best, cook and prepare a Southern Bountiful Feast.
Old Fashioned Chicken and Dumplins', savory roast beef, sweet potato casserole, candy apple salad, Elaine's Favorite Grape Salad, Deviled eggs, Iron Skillet Cornbread are just a few of the southern dishes that will be offered in the Museum's Heritage Hall.
During the Feast, enjoy Christmas music and carols sung by the open hearth. After lunch, venture out on the grounds with an old-fashioned wagon ride, where you can enjoy the resourceful, practical and natural decorations of the Appalachian people throughout the Museum's Village.
While the Southern Bountiful Feast is only served on December 16, visitors may enjoy the traditional sights and sounds of Christmas in Old Appalachia from December 1 through 24. Please call the Museum at 865-494-7680 for the Christmas Gathering. Reservations are strongly suggested. For more information visit www.museumofappalachia.org
Dr. Bob Show
You can catch the Dr. Bob show Tuesdays at 9pm and Sundays at 2:30pm on 10News2. He also joins us each Thursday on Life at Five at 4, www.drbobshow.com
Former NFL football player and Knoxville native Chad Pennington took youth from the Child & Family Tennessee group homes and foster care program shopping at Turkey Creek on December 13.
Shop with a cop
The FOP Lodge 2 will conduct "Shop With A Cop - Christmas" Thursday. The event will begin at 5:00 p.m. at the Wal-Mart located on Kinzel Way in East Knoxville. The FOP will be helping at least 300 kids this year. Shop With A Cop is an annual event that allows officers an opportunity to give back to the community by helping children who are in need during this Christmas season.