Here are some more details about events and guests featured on Monday's Live at Five at Four.
Celebrity chef Bobby Deen will take part in HealthCare21 Business Coalition's 16th annual Health and Productivity Forum.
This year's theme is "Cooking Up Innovations in Health and Productivity Management: A Recipe to Boost Workforce H&P and the Bottom Line."
The event will be held on Tuesday, May 7 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Knoxville Convention Center.
Deen will represent Novo Nordisk's Diabetes in a New Light program and will prepare a meal using one of the program's recipes.
Deen is best known as one of the sons of Food Network star Paula Deen, but he is a rising cooking star in his own right.
Deen hosts "Not My Mama's Meals" on the Cooking Channel, in which he demonstrates how to prepare lighter, healthier versions of his mother's classic Southern recipes. His first solo cookbook, From Mama's Table to Mine, released earlier this year.
He also has co-authored four cookbooks with his brother, Jamie Deen, with whom he co-manages The Lady & Sons restaurant in Savannah, Georgia. The two brothers also have co-hosted shows and features on the Food Network.
For more information on Diabetes in a New Light, visit Novo Nordisk's website.
Pirate and Princess Day
The Knoxville Zoo will host Pirate and Princess Day on Saturday, May 11 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Children ages 12 and under who are dressed as a pirate or princess will receive free admission to the zoo with a paid adult admission.
The kids can enjoy special swashbuckling and royal-themed activities including face painting and mini manicures.
Children also can pose for pictures with pirates and princesses throughout the zoo.
For more information, visit the Knoxville Zoo's website.
Mismatch Monday at Papa Murphy's
The Papa Murphy's Knoxville location on North Broadway will host the first-ever Papa Murphy's Kids' Night from 4 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Bring your kids in to the restaurant wearing their silliest mismatched clothes and get a free Mini Murph pizza to take home.
Crafts, prizes and face painting also will be available.
Walk to Cure Diabetes
The East Tennessee Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation will hold its annual Walk to Cure Diabetes on Saturday, May 11 at World's Fair Park.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and the walk starts at 10 a.m.
For more information on how to register or make a donation, visit the JDRF website or call (865) 544-0768.
Case for Christ
Best-selling author Lee Strobel will visit Knoxville for a "Case for Christ" discussion.
The former investigative reporter and athiest is now one of the Christian communiy's most popular apologists.
The Case for Christ will be held Friday, May 10 at Wallace Memorial Baptist Church on Merchants Drive. The event starts at 8 p.m. with music from Roger Williams and the All Mixed-Up Quartet.
Tickets range from $20 to $35 each. Tickets are available online through Feed Your Faith, or by phone at 1-800-965-9324. They also can be purchased through Maryville Christian School at (865) 681-3205 or Wallace Memorial Baptist Church at (865) 688-4343.
Before the event, a fundraising VIP dinner will be held that includes a meet and greet with Strobel, a full-course meal from First Fruits Catering, an autographed copy of one of Strobel's books and reserved premium seating at the main event. The proceeds will go to the Maryville Christian School's scholarship fund. VIP tickets cost $250. To purchase VIP tickets, call (865) 268-9146.