“A Passport to the Arts in Kingsport” Third Biannual Arts Council Arts Crawl 2010
KingsportARTS, formerly Arts Council of Greater Kingsport, will host the third biannual Arts Crawl: A Passport to the Arts in Kingsport on September 30, 2010, 5PM-9PM. This unique collaboration unites artists, residents, and businesses for the purposes of increasing exposure for area artists, providing easy access to arts and entertainment for residents, and raising funds to be used to increase the awareness of the growing arts community in Kingsport.
Start off the season of celebrations with seated dinner, cash bar, and live music from the Bag-A-Cats band! Bid and have a ball at the silent and LIVE auctions--benefitting the endeavors and good deeds of the Junior League of Kingsport. Black tie optional. Saturday, October 9--6PM-11PM at the MeadowView Resort in Kingsport. Come out, meet new friends, and celebrate for a good cause.
HOLIDAY MARKET 2010-by the Junior League of Kingsport
Shop for a cause! The Junior League of Kingsport’s 4th annual Holiday Market will be held October 8-9, 2010 at the MeadowView Convention Center in Kingsport. Luxury home decor, gourmet goodies, original and fine art, trendy clothing, jewelry, boutique toys and children’s items will be available (as well as those hard-to-find gifts for men).
***General shopping is Friday & Saturday, October 8-9 from 10am-6pm. Tickets are $5.***
at MeadowView Marriott Convention Center in Kingsport. The largest women's event in the Greater Tri-Cities Region. Featuring a variety of fabulous exhibitors. This is a great opportunity to shop, explore, pamper yourself while having fun. Celebrating 13 years of What Women Want. Great prizes to be given aways throughout the weekend. Hours: Saturday 10am - 6 pm; Sun. 1-6 pm.
at Bays Mountain Park & Planetarium in Kingsport. Saturday and Sunday afternoons 3 - 3:30 p.m* March through November.
Safely view the surface of the Sun through specially filtered telescopes. With our instruments it is possible to view a wide variety of eruptive disturbances on the Sun including sunspots, prominences and solar flares.
Be sure to bring warm clothes for the Nighttime Observing. Though the day may be sunny and warm, the temperature can drop after the sun goes down. Having the proper clothing will make your experience much more enjoyable.