Mardi Growl 2013
The City of Knoxville and Friends of Young-Williams Animal Center invite all Knoxville-area pet owners, animal lovers and furry friends to celebrate Mabel the dog, during their annual Mardi Growl and pet festival on Saturday, March 2.
The event features a pet-friendly parade at 11 a.m. and a festival in Market Square from noon-2 p.m.
For more information visit www.young-williams.org
Knoxville Restaurant Week returns, Feb. 24-March 1, to offer Knoxville diners a special week of great meals to benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee. Each restaurant will offer three-course meals at $25 or $35 fixed prices with $5 of each fixed price dinner going to Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee.
Restaurant Week fans will be glad to know that past Restaurant Week favorites, including Fleming's, The Orangery, The Melting Pot, Brazeiro's, Ruth's Chris Steak House and many more, are returning for a third year with sumptuous new specialty menus. For 2013, several newcomers are also joining the roster, including Tupelo Honey Café, Copper Cellar and Chop House. For a full list, visit www.knoxvillerestaurantweek.com
www.knoxvillerestaurantweek.com or www.secondharvestetn.org
Add Life Today Author
Sheri Yohe is the author of the Add Life recipe book, to learn more about her raw food cookbook visit www.addlifetoday.com
Powell Middle School will be performing Annie Jr. on February 28 and March 1 at 7pm.
Ijams Hike-a-Thon is a month-long fundraiser for Ijams Nature Center - hikers collect pledges then hit the trails in March to hike.
Ijams Hike-a-Thon runs the entire month of March, 2013.
To register Click here or visit www.ijams.org
Women Today Expo
The 19th annual Knoxville News Sentinel Women Today expo returns to the Knoxville Convention Center on March 1-3, 2013. Women Today show hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. on
Sunday. Tickets can be purchased in advance online at a discounted rate of just $4.00 for adults
(ages 13 and older), or at your local Food City retailer with your Food City ValuCard for $4.00.
Tickets are also available at the door at $8.00 for adults (ages 13-64) and $6.00 for seniors (ages
65+). Youth (ages 12 and under) receive free admission. Tickets are valid for all show days.
Complete show details and ticket information are available at womentoday.com and inside the Knoxville News Sentinel.