Car enthusiasts can enjoy new vendors and the latest models in cars, trucks and SUVs when the 25th annual Knoxville News Sentinel Auto Show, presented by ORNL Federal Credit Union, returns to the Knoxville Convention Center February 22-24, 2013. With more than 100 participating dealerships displaying models from the leading manufacturers, the Auto Show is a no-pressure, one-stop-shopping approach to finding your next vehicle.
Friday & Saturday: 11am to 8pm
Sun Noon to 6pm
Ticket purchases at the door - Regular Admission:
Adults (ages 13 - 64) $8
Seionors (ages 65+) $6
Kids have FREE ADMISSION all weekend (ages 12 and under).
Tickets valid ALL show days. Tickets will be available for sale on-site. Cash is the only form of payment accepted. There is an ATM located at the Convention Center for your convenience.
Click here to purchase tickets online or visit www.knoxautoshow.com
Moe's Catering Knoxville
Catering and Events 865-696-2006
Dr. Bob Show
You can catch the Dr. Bob show Tuesdays at 9pm and Sundays at 2:30pm on 10News2, www.drbobshow.com
Ignition Church Love Week
During the week of February 17, members of Ignition Church in Knoxville are hosting a Love Week to serve the community including Knox Area Rescue Ministires
For more information visit www.ignitionchurch.com
Brad Blackwell's EP Release party & Benefit Concert for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is February 22 at 8pm (w/ opener Troy Suggs), for more information visit www.knoxbijou.com
"Climbing for Hope"
Local police and fire personnel know how to save lives, but how good are they at throwing axes and climbing trees? When firefighters and police swap their uniforms for lumberjack gear Monday, Feb. 25, Sevier County folks will see who's best.
The Great Smoky Mountain Lumberjack Feud is hosting an event at the Pigeon Forge dinner attraction that will pit a team of police against a team of firefighters in various lumberjack contests. Climbing for Hope, a benefit for the non-profit Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic, will feature eight male and two female police and firefighters from local departments, all anxious to outshine one another and to gain points for their "families," the firefighting McGraws and the law-enforcing Dawsons.
To add to the fun, local officials and business people will act as servers during the dinner, vying to produce the most tips. Dress is distinctly casual -- there will be prizes for the best dressed lumberjack and lumberjill, as well as door prizes. Great Southern cooks and local business people planning to attend are encouraged to donate a fruit cobbler to the festivities for sale in a silent auction. A live auction will also take place during the show. Proceeds will benefit the clinic.
Doors open at 5 p.m. and the show starts at 6 p.m. Feb. 25. Tickets are $20 for adults. They are available from Lumberjack Feud, between lights 3 and 4 on the Parkway in Pigeon Forge, or by visiting www.facebook.com/lumberjackfeud