Friday, August 16, 2019 at 3 PM – 7 PM

Fred Miller Park

S Jackson St, Morristown, Tennessee 37813
Join us August 16th at Fred Miller Park for a Kindness Carnival. This is a free event for the community. There will be games, prizes, snow cones, cotton candy, face painting, vendors, food trucks, and more. Stay after the event for a Star Light Cinema showing of Wonder presented by Parks and Rec of Hamblen County. As we start a new school year, we need to spread anti-bullying awareness. For more info or to be a vendor call Della or Nancy at 423-581-7029


Celebrate 10 Years of Main Street

August 17, 2019

Saturday, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

The event celebrates the wonderful locally-grown food sold at the Morristown Farmers Market. The menu is being planned and tickets are now available and can be purchased on our online store on this website.  Price is $40 for adults, children 8-12 years old are $10, under eight years old are free.   Musical entertainment is by Mitch Smith and set your sites on some great culinary items in our silent auction.

***For tickets, purchase online or call 423.312.1476.


The Hispanic Outreach Leadership Association of the Lakeway Area (HOLA Lakeway) is a grassroots community-based organization dedicated to meeting the basic needs and improving the quality of life of the growing Hispanic community in the Lakeway Area. The organization began in 2014 as a small organization committed to helping create a positive integration of the Hispanic/Latino in the Lakeway area.

Delia Casco-Flores with a piece of her work at the Latin Fusion exhibit in May 2015


The ARTE Gallery and Studio in Morristown is producing an exhibit titled “Our History is Our Strength” during the month of March.  If you are an artist or know an artist whose work honors the female spirit, please call 423-839-2516 for more information. The exhibit is scheduled to me on display during the entire month.



There are six area events celebrating Black History month.

Carson Newman University students, with support from African American Heritage Alliance, has put together an exhibit in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.  The exhibit opens January 31st at 3:30pm and extends through the end of the term.

From Africa to Appalachia Foundation (FATA) and the Rose Center are sponsoring a month-long exhibit of the work of artist, Sammie Nicely. The exhibit opens on February 7th at 2:00pm at the Rose Center.

Blues musician, Wallace Coleman, will be appearing at The Bunk House in Bulls Gap, Tennessee on Friday, February 12th. He will appear in a Valentine’s Day Concert at the Rose Center on Saturday, February 13th.

For detailed information about these four events, click here Four Events-Feb 2016

In addition, ARTE Gallery and Studio, 207 Arnold Avenue (on the corner of E. Morris Blvd. and Arnold) is offering an exhibit: “Hallowed Ground: Sites of African American Memories.” The exhibit will be open February 1 – 28. Call 423-839-2516 for more information.

Lastly, Walters State Community College will offer three performances of  the play, “Oh, Freedom: The Story of the Underground Railroad.” The play was written by Peter Manos and is being performed by the WORD Players from Knoxville. Performances are February 18 @ 4:30 at the  Claiborne County Campus and at 10am on February 22 at the Sevier County Campus.  The performance at the Morristown Campus is at the Student Service Building on February 25 at 2:30pm. Admission is free.