Events

Events

Winter Farmers Market in Oak Ridge add to itinerary

From hand-roasted coffee to local produce, meat, eggs, cheese and more, the Winter Farmers Market, by Grow Oak Ridge LLC, will offer a brand new experience in Oak Ridge. The market is open each Saturday (closed Dec. 23 & 30) from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, bringing more than 40 local food and artisan vendors indoors in the Secret City. The market will be located in the gym at St. Mary's School gym, 323 Vermont Avenue, Oak Ridge.

February classes at the Appalachian Arts Craft Center add to itinerary

The Appalachian Arts Craft Center will be offering multiple classes throughout the month of February. Some of the classes being offered are Pottery on the Wheel, Basic Kumihimo, and Batik Eggshell Jewelry. This is the perfect time to learn a new craft and have some fun! For a complete list of classes and registration information, call 865-494-9854.

FLW T-H Marine BFL FIshing Tournament add to itinerary

FLW will host a tournament on Norris Lake on Saturday, February 24th. Take off will take place at 7:00 am at Anderson County Park and the weigh in will be at 3:00 pm at that same location. Final registration is due by February 23rd.

FLW High School Fishing Tournament add to itinerary

FLW will be hosting a High School Fishing Tournament on Norris Lake, Sunday, February 25th. Registration will take place at Anderson County Park on Saturday, February 24th at 5:30 pm. Take off will be on Sunday, February 25th at 7:30 am and weigh in will take place at 3:30 pm. There is no entry fee and the tournament is open to all SAF members.

March classes at the Appalachian Arts Craft Center add to itinerary

The Appalachian Arts Craft Center will be offering multiple classes throughout the month of March. Basic Kumihimo, Recycled Windchime/Suncatcher and Felted Bag Workshop are a few of the classes that will be offered. This is the perfect time to learn a new craft and have some fun! For a complete list of classes and registration information, call 865-494-9854.

DOE Facilities Bus Tours in March add to itinerary

This tour is free with paid admission to the American Museum of Science and Energy and runs Mondays and Fridays throughout the month of March. Explore the original Manhattan Project sites around Oak Ridge and learn the history behind the development of the world’s first atomic weapon which helped to end WWII. Bus participants must be US citizens, at least 10 years old and have photo id. For more information, contact AMSE at 865-576-3200

Pro Gravity Tour Windrock Bike Race add to itinerary

The 2018 Pro Gravity Tour is Windrock Bike Park’s Premier Event. The tour will consist of 7 rounds with the season kicking off at Windrock Bike Park on March 7-11. This race will attract riders from around the world to compete in a unique, early season race.

Southern Rock Racing Series (SRRS) Hillclimb at Windrock Park add to itinerary

Come out to Windrock Park on March 9-10 to watch some wild rock bouncing fun! Spectators are welcome.

5-County Norris Lake Clean-Up add to itinerary

Norris Lake is one of East Tennessee’s most loved recreation destinations, but the garbage that is constantly dumped in the lake is causing an eye sore. Therefore the five counties that contain Norris Lake have banned together to clean up the problem. The clean-up will take place on Saturday, March 24th. Visit www.norrislakeproject.com for information on where to meet.

Spring Wildflower Hike add to itinerary

Join Norris Dam State Park and TVA staff for guided hikes along the cool Clinch River, one of the most diverse pathways of wildflower concentrations in the region. Hikes will begin at 10am and 1pm at the River Bluff trailhead and 2pm at the Lower Creek trailhead, located at the Rice’s Gristmill. Registration is not required and there is no charge for the hikes. For more information, contact the park office 865-426-7461.

DOE Facilities Bus Tours in April add to itinerary

This tour is free with paid admission to the American Museum of Science and Energy and runs Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the month of April and May. Explore the original Manhattan Project sites around Oak Ridge and learn the history behind the development of the world’s first atomic weapon which helped to end WWII. Bus participants must be US citizens, at least 10 years old and have photo id. For more information, contact AMSE at 865-576-3200

Wicked Wildcat Weekend at Windrock Park add to itinerary

Are you a wildcat owner? You don’t want to miss the Wicked Wildcat Weekend at Windrock Park on April 5-8. Wildcat owners from all around the country host this bi-annual gathering and ride the trails of Windrock Park for a fun and exciting weekend. For more information on the weekend, visit www.windrockpark.com. For more information on how to become a member of the wildcat riders, visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/wildcatriders/.