Paul Lewis is the Director of the University of Tennessee's Space Science Outreach program.
House & Garden Show
Knoxville Convention Center
Friday, February 15 10am - 8pm
Saturday, February 16 10am - 8pm
Sunday, February 17 10am - 4pm
Adults $10 per day
65+ years $8 per day
6-12 years $5 per day
Under 6 no charge
*Present this weekend's Tennessee or Lady Vols basketball ticket for $1 off admission!
Selected as one of the Southeast Tourism Society's Top 20 Events for February 2013, the Dogwood Arts House & Garden Show is the largest House and Garden Show in East Tennessee for those interested in energy efficient, cost saving products and services, and home and gardening enthusiasts.
The popular International Festival is scheduled for Saturday, February 16, 2013, from 10 AM to 4 PM.
Children's Museum of Oak Ridge
461 West Outer Drive
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
(From UT Music Department)
The year 2013 marks the seventieth anniversary of the final public performance of Sergei Rachmaninoff, a towering figure of late nineteenth and early twentieth century music. Knoxville and the University of Tennessee share an intriguing connection with the maestro's final days, as his last concert was held in the Alumni Gymnasium on the campus of the University on February 17, 1943. To commemorate this momentous occasion,The Evelyn Miller Young Pianist Series, in partnership with the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, School of Music, College of Arts & Sciences, will present at 8:00 p.m. on February 17, 2013-the seventieth anniversary of the Rachmaninoff recital-a gala event featuring acclaimed Russian pianist Evgheny Brakhman in solo performance of an all-Rachmaninoff program in the Cox Auditorium, Alumni Memorial Building on the UT campus-the very same building where Rachmaninoff played. The anniversary event is capturing widespread interest, and promises to be memorable. The program will be free and open to the public.
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