Our Spring events newsletter will be issued in late March. Meanwhile, our Google Calendar is always active: you can view events or submit events by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Nathanael Greene Museum: The museum will re-open from its winter cleaning and sprucing up on February 5th. Come see what new quilts and historical and community artifacts are out!
James-Ben Studio and Art Gallery: Moving to a new space in downtown Greeneville! Moving Sale: 25% off almost everything. “Seize this moment to capture that most beautiful of indulgences for you or someone you love. Make me an offer: the worse I could say is no.”
Enter the moving contest too…..look on the Gallery’s Facebook page or email email@example.com
Rural Resources invites the community to join them for their winter Food Movie Night series. The series is intended to intended to spark community dialogue surrounding food and health issues such as obesity, diabetes, and food origins, as well as raise money to benefit Rural Resources programming. Two screenings remain: All Jacked Up on Thursday, January 24th, and What’s On Your Plate? on Thursday, March 14th. The screenings will be preceded by a potluck dinner which starts at 5:30pm. Guests are encouraged to show up for either the meal or the film individually if they cannot make it to both. The events are free and open to the public; a $5-10 donation is suggested to cover the screening costs. Free childcare will be available. The events will be held at Christ United Methodist Church at 307 S. Main, Greeneville, TN. Rural Resources has worked for nearly 20 years to connect farms, food and families in Greene County and East Tennessee. For more information about the organization, please visit our website, ruralresources.net, or call the office at 636-8171.
Farmhouse Gallery & Gardens fresh wood fired bread will warm up your winter! Baked by Pat and a kitchen of baking experts. (Think Sourdough, Cinnamon Raisin, Tomato Basil, Cheese, Pinwheels, Cranberry Walnut, Rosemary Garlic, Pizza pepperoni pull-aparts….get a loaf to sop up your drool!)
1) Visit the Johnson City Farmers Market on Saturdays.
2) Call to order (and check the menu offerings) for pick-up at the farm.
3) call and order for delivery for multiple loaf orders! Several offices in Erwin and Johnson City have placed group orders for multiple loaves of bread for delivery.
Contact Pat at 423-743-8799
Keep up to date on their Facebook page
Downtown Kingsport news: View 16 Quilt Squares and read their stories at the Renaissance Center second floor gallery open and free to the public, through mid-February.