Do Knoxville: A guide to area events and happenings

Rick Mendenhall of Albuquerque, N.M., right, gets hit in the face during a snowball fight with his friend Jeff Scott of Los Angeles, left, on the National Mall in Washington during the start of a major snowstorm, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014. Many government offices and schools closed before the first flake of snow, but there were signs Tuesday that significant winter weather was moving into the mid-Atlantic region as heavy snow began falling.(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Rick Mendenhall of Albuquerque, N.M., right, gets hit in the face during a snowball fight with his friend Jeff Scott of Los Angeles, left, on the National Mall in Washington during the start of a major snowstorm, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014. Many government offices and schools closed before the first flake of snow, but there were signs Tuesday that significant winter weather was moving into the mid-Atlantic region as heavy snow began falling.(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

“Snow Day” Beardsley Community Farm Benefit with Marina Orchestra, Hudson K, Jamie Cook and Blue South Fork, Jodie Manross, Sarah Morgan, Greg Horne, Four Leaf Peat

Barley’s Taproom, 200 E. Jackson Ave.

7 p.m. Friday; $10 admission; soup, $5

865-546-8446; http://beardsleyfarm.org

StoryTime at the Zoo

Knoxville Zoo, Log Cabin

10:30 a.m. Wednesdays and Fridays, through February; free with zoo admission

For toddlers and preschoolers

865-637-5331, Ext. 300; www.knoxvillezoo.org

Waynestock: For the Love of Drew music festival

7 p.m. Jan. 30-Feb. 1; $ $5 per night

Relix Variety Theatre, 1208 Central St.

Benefits E.M. Jellinek Center

Doors open at 6.

865-951-3733;www.waynestock.org

Community dance

Concord United Methodist Church Gym, 11020 Roane Drive, Farragut

8-10:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31; $5

Doors open, 7:15. Line dance lesson, 7:30.

Info: Farragut Lions Club, email dancingfriendstn@yahoo.com.

Valentine’s Day First Friday Open House

Tennessee Theatre, 604 S. Gay St.

5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7; free

Bill Snyder will play love songs on the Mighty Wurlitzer; backstage tours, photo booth with props/costumes (bring camera)

865-684-1200; www.tennesseetheatre.com

Chinese New Year Celebration: Year of the Horse Dance (for adults) with the Chillbillies

Farragut High School Commons, 11237 Kingston Pike

7-9 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 8; $6-$10

865-966-7057; www.townoffarragut.org

News Sentinel Bridal & Beyond

Knoxville Convention Center Ballroom

noon-5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 9; adults, $10; children age 12 and under, free

www.knoxbridalandbeyond.com

Volunteer Princess Cruises for Valentines

956 Volunteer Landing Lane

Brunch, dinner or dessert cruises, Feb. 12-16; $29.95-$69.95

865-541-4556 or www.volunteerprincess.com

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Comments » 2

ugliramous writes:

Been noticing all the litter around our local highways lately.
Man, people here are pigs. Clean it up! I do.

lisagentry (staff) writes:

in response to ugliramous:

Been noticing all the litter around our local highways lately.
Man, people here are pigs. Clean it up! I do.

Too bad you don't have enough arms to clean up all of it! If you decide to organize an event, email Features@knoxnews.com so we can invite the community to help (look in Sunday's Life section for volunteers). Remember folks, please don't throw down on K-town!

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