Here are some more details about events or places featured Monday on Live at Five at Four.
Smoky Mountain Cluster Dog Show
The Oak Ridge Kennel Club and the Tennessee Valley Kennel Club have teamed up for a four-day dog show in Knoxville.
The Smoky Mountain Cluster Dog Show will take place Thursday, Nov. 1 - Sunday, Nov. 4 in the Jacobs Building at Chilhowee Park.
On-site parking is $8 a day or $24 for a four-day in-and-out pass.
For more information on the show and a schedule, visit the Great Smoky Muontain Shows website.
Book details local desegregation history
Dr. Fred Bedelle, Jr., the former Knoxville City Schools superintendent, details the history of desegregation in Knoxville in his book, With All Deliberate Speed: The Story of School Desegregation in Knoxville, Tennessee.
The book is available at the following bookstores:
- Union Avenue Books, Knoxville
- East Tennessee Historical Society, Knoxville
- Beck Cultural Exchange Center, Knoxville
- Plumbline Media, Franklin
To find out more about the book or purchase a copy, visit the With All Deliberate Speed website.
Icon Ultra Lounge
Icon Ultra Lounge is a new nightclub located at the top of the Sunsphere in World's Fair Park.
The lounge is open from 4 p.m. - midnight Tuesday and Wednesday and 4 p.m. - 3 a.m. Thursday through Saturday.
Icon also does catering and private parties.
For more information, visit the Icon Knoxville website or call (865) 249-7321.
The Log Cabin Candy Kitchen in Gatlinburg specializes in homemade confections, including a traditional fall favorite: the hand-dipped caramel and candy apples.
Log Cabin Candy Kitchen is located a 329 Historic Nature Trail in Gatlinburg. For more information, call (865) 809-3158.