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NAPANAPA Cruise-In Moccasin Gap
Where: First Baptist Church, Weber City, Virginia
When: October 17th

The National Automotive Parts Association (NAPA) in Weber City, VA will be holding a car show at the First Baptist Church on October 17th from 12 PM to 4 PM. There is no entry fee and everyone is invited to come to this event. Food and beverages will be provided. There will be a People’s Choice Judging and trophies awarded at the end of the show. For any additional information, call 276-386-7901.

Heart Walk2015 Tri-Cities Heart Walk
Where: Johnson City Medical Center
When: October 18th

The 2015 Tri-Cities Heart Walk will be held October 18, 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the Johnson City Medical Center Cardiac Rehab parking lot. Join the 5K walk through the Mountain Home VA Grounds. Take advantage of free Health Screenings, CPR demonstrations, a Kid’s Zone with inflatables and games, and a Survivor Route. Proceeds support groundbreaking heart and stroke research and provide free healthcare tools and resources to the community.


Bark for LifeBark for Life of Washington County
Where: Storytelling Park in Historic Jonesborough
When: October 18th

The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life of Northeast Tennessee is a non-competitive walk for dogs and their owners to raise funds and awareness for ACS programs, services, and research. Everyone, along with their best canine friend, is invited. In addition to the walk, the 2:00 – 4:30 p.m. event includes a survivor/caregiver ceremony, K9 demonstrations, contests, live music, a remembrance ceremony, and an auction. Animal rescue groups and shelters will be there with adoptable friends.


NosferatuNosferatu: A Silent Film with Live Music
Where: The Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia
When: October 24th

World renowned percussionist, educator, and artist Tom Teasley will perform his original live music accompaniment to a screening of the classic F.W. Murnau film, Nosferatu. The film, originally released in 1922, is an unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. This performance will be held Saturday, October 24 at 7:00 p.m. at The Lincoln Theatre in Historic Downtown Marion, Virginia. Tickets are $15.00 general admission.


Halloween MadnessHalloween Madness
Where: Downtown Marion Farmers Market Pavilion
When: October 24

Marion Downtown and the Marion Police Department will present “Halloween Madness,” a free event for children 12 and under Saturday, October 24, 10 a.m. until 12 noon at the Farmer’s Market Pavilion. . Town businesses will hand out candy on Main Street and at the Pavilion. There will be vendors at the Farmer’s Market Pavilion, too. The Herb House Trading Company, just off Main on Pendleton Street will stage children’s games and activities on their parking lot. This safe environment offers a alternative arena for kids to trick-or-treat!


Churches, businesses, and organizations with an interest in participating in this event, should call 276.783.4190 or email omcdonald@marionva.org

Song of the MountainsLonesome River Band at Song of the Mountains
Where:The Lincoln in Marion, Virginia
When: Saturday, October 10th

Song of the Mountains returns to The Lincoln Theatre in Historic Downtown Marion on Saturday October 10 with another stellar lineup of artists. The reserved seat concert begins at 7:00 p.m. and will be taped for later presentation on PBS Television.

Headlining this show is the Lonesome River Band, which has been called “The Hottest Bluegrass band in the world.” They just received four IBMA nominations, including one for Song of the Year. Also featured are Kody Norris, Ashley Lewis and the Giles Mountain String Band.

For more information, visit SongoftheMountains.org.

Birthplace of Country MusicRadio Bristol Sessions: October Artists
Where: Birthplace of Country Music Museum, Bristol
When: The Month of October

WBCM Radio Bristol invites you to be part of the studio audience for Radio Bristol Sessions Presents, a radio show recorded before a live audience, and featuring interviews and music from an array of artists on the station's airwaves.

This October, Amythyst Kiah, This Mountain, Andrea Zonn, Pete Kennedy, and the East Tennessee State University Old Time Pride Band will be featured on the program. Radio Bristol Sessions Presents take place in the Performance Theater of the Birthplace of Country Music Museum and is free to the public. Show times may vary and new artists may be added at any time so check listings at BirthplaceofCountryMusic.org often for updates.



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