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Gatlinburg offers fun and excitement throughout the year with annual celebrations and other major events throughout the city. The Independence Day Celebrations, Harvestfest, Smoky Mountain Traditions, Springfest and Winterfest are the most popular annual activities. Arts and crafts, galleries, fine dining establishments and numerous attractions participate together to showcase life in the Appalachians and the Smoky Mountains with seasonal decorations and famous light displays.

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The Smoky Mountain Field School offers Non-Credit courses throughout the year at the Sugarlands Visitors Center in Gatlinburg. For a complete listing of courses offered, see http://www.ce.utk.edu/Smoky/

January 2018

1 - 31:  Gatlinburg's Winter Magic
The City of Gatlinburg magically lights up the winter nights with over 2 million spectacular lights in fantastic displays throughout town.  Displays are sure to dazzle the spirit and bring out the kid in everyone.  Special lighting displays are added in January for Valentines Day.  For more information please call 800-568-4748.

1 - 31:  Gatlinburg's Winter Magic Trolley Ride of Lights
Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies Trolley Station. Guided trolley tour of spectacular Gatlinburg Winter Magic lighting displays. Group reservations are available. Departs at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 pm. Tickets on sale October 15. Call 865-436-0535 for ticket information.

1 - 2:  Winter Extreme Youth Gatlinburg Conference
Gatlinburg Convention Center. http://www.xtremeconferences.com/summer/winter.html

TBA:  Special Olympics Tennessee Winter Games
Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort. 800-251-9202.

19 - 21:  Annual Resurrection
Gatlinburg Convention Center. Spiritual renewal weekend retreat for grades 6 - 12. 865-293-4137.

TBA:  12th Annual Winter Skifest 
Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort. 2 pm. 888-612-0566.

20:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

February 2018

1 - 28:  Gatlinburg's Winter Magic 
The City of Gatlinburg magically lights up the winter nights with over 2 million spectacular lights in fantastic displays throughout town.  Displays are sure to dazzle the spirit and bring out the kid in everyone.  Special lighting displays are added in January for Valentines Day.  For more information please call 800-568-4748.

TBA:  Ober Gatlinburg Winter Sports 
Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort. 800-251-9202.

TBA:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

March 2017

3 - 4:  Gatlinburg's Improv Fest
Sweet Fanny Adams Theater. For performers and spectators. 865-325-9712.

1 - 31:  Smoky Mountain Spring! 
A countywide celebration of the season featuring special events, local craft shows and much more.
800-568-4748.

TBA:  Smoky Mountain Scavenger Hunt 
Get your hunt on! 1 vehicle per team, as many people that can fit in your one vehicle allowed. Takes place over a 25-hour period with teams receiving their hunt questions via e-mail by 3:30 p.m. on Friday, March 11th and are due back at Tremont no later than 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 12th with your answers. A light dinner will be served while tallying takes place. This event is limited to 200 participants so register early! Cost per team is $50 if registered by March 10th at 4 pm. $60 if registering March 11th or 12th. Proceeds benefit the Tremont Scholarship Fund. 865-448-6709.

16:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

April 2017

1 - 30:  Smoky Mountain Spring! 
A countywide celebration of the season featuring special events, local craft shows and much more.
800-568-4748.

1 - 2:  18th Annual Smoky Mountain Trout Festival 
Open to adults and children. Multiple categories to be contested in this largest trout tournament in the Smokies. 865-661-3474.

7 - 8:  Gatlinburg Smoky Mountain Winefest 
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. Visitors 21 and older may purchase tickets $20 ($25 at the gate) and receive a wristband for sampling and a branded wine glass. The wineries will provide wine samples to everyone with a wristband. Guests will be able to purchase bottles of Tennessee wine. Talks associated with wine making, wine pairing and more. A portion of proceeds will benefit the Gatlinburg Hospitality Association Scholarship Fund and Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. 1 - 6 pm. 865-436-8989.

7 - 9:  Hands On Gatlinburg 
Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community. 15 studios offering over 40 classes. Take a class and learn to paint, knit. weave, jewelry making, wood working and much more! www.gatlinburg.com

TBA:  6th Annual GFA Fit for Duty 5K & 10K Run/Walk
Gatlinburg Fire Department. Begins at 9 am. Presented by the Gatlinburg Firefighters Association. Open to all ages. For race registration and information call 865-661-0685.

11 - 15:  67th Annual Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage 
W. L. Mills Conference Center and other locations. Seven day event featuring 170 different programs, nature walks, lectures, seminars, art classes, photographic tours, and motorcades. Call 865-436-7318 ext. 22 or visit www.springwildflowerpilgrimage.org.

12 - 15:  Great Smoky Easter Arts & Crafts Show 
Gatlinburg Convention Center. 

15:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. Free. 828-497-1904.

16:  Easter Sunrise at Ober 
Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort. Free tram rides for worshipers begins at 5:45 am. running every 15 minutes. Service begins at 6:30 am. Free parking for those who drive up to Ober. Breakfast buffet available at the Ober Gatlinburg Restaurant from 7:15 am - 10:30 am.  

17 - 21:  9th Annual Earth Day Week 
Downtown Gatlinburg. 

18:  Spur Clean-Up 
Beginning at the Gatlinburg Welcome Center. Teams are encouraged to help clean up debris and trash along the Spur. Winning team receives a Pizza Party at Big Daddy's Pizzeria. Ben and Jerry's will provide free ice cream to all participants. 9 am - 12. 865-436-0505. 

20:  Earth Day Festival 
Mynatt Park. 3 - 7 pm. T-shirts featuring the art work of a local student will be for sale, food will be for sale from the Cabin Café and Ben and Jerry’s. All sales will benefit the Gatlinburg Chamber of Commerce Foundation which provides local scholarships, donations to schools, the Gatlinburg Goes Green Program and community educational events. 

21:  5th Annual Earth Day 5K Run/Walk Night Race 
Nantahala Outdoor Center. A USA Track and Field sanctioned event.  Early registration is encouraged to guarantee your shirt size! Race night registration begins at 8 pm. Race starts at 10 pm. $20 -$30 per person. 865-436-0505.

22:  10th Annual Mountain Man Memorial March 
Downtown Gatlinburg across from the Hard Rock Cafe. A 26.2 mile march in the Smoky Mountains. A tribute to our men and women in uniform. For information call 800-568-4748.

22 - 23:  K2 Wilderness Peak Challenge Tournament
Rocky Top Sports World. 865-982-8870.

23:  Junior Ranger Day
All 3 of the Park's Visitor Centers. Free, hands-on activities including Ranger guided walks, historic toy making, the making of dinner bells at a blacksmith shop, and visiting touch tables with animal skins, skulls and scat. Ages 5 - 12. 

May 2017

1 - 31:  Smoky Mountain Spring!
A countywide celebration of the season featuring special events, local craft shows and much more.
Call 800-568-4748 for details.

6:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. Free. 828-497-1904.

11:  4th Annual Gatlinburg Beans N' Cornbread Blast 
Downtown Gatlinburg.  Games, mountain bluegrass music and lots of Beans and Cornbread. Vendors compete against each other and you help decide the winner! Compete to win in our 2nd annual Corn Hole Tournament and help support our local Humane Society. Corn hole tournament runs from 3 - 5 pm. $15 per person.
800-588-1817.

13:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market - OPENING DAY
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

20:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. Free. 828-497-1904.

20:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

26 - 28:  28th Annual Family Fest in the Smokies
Gatlinburg Convention Center. 3 day musical event by Bill and Gloria Gaither. 7 pm. 800-406-4224.

27:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

June 2017

1 - 6:  Smoky Mountain Spring! 
A countywide celebration of the season featuring special events, local craft shows and much more. Call
800-568-4748 for details.

1 - 4:  13th Annual Mountain Hounds Weekend
Mynatt Park. Sidney James Mountain Lodge. Owners of retired racing Greyhounds gather in Gatlinburg to support the rescue efforts of rescue activists. Visit http://www.gfncmountainhounds.com.

3:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

3:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

9 - 30:  11th Annual Smoky Mountains Tunes and Tales 
Downtown Gatlinburg. Enjoy live mountain music and folklore of the Smoky Mountains every Friday and Saturday night. 6 - 11 pm. 800-568-4748.

17 - 30:  Free Parkway Trolley
Downtown Gatlinburg Parkway. Free open-air shuttles along the length of the Parkway in specially painted shuttles. 10 am - 10:30 pm daily. 40 total stops. 865-436-0535.

10:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

17:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

17:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

24:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

26 - 29:  Worship Life 
Gatlinburg Convention Center. LifeWay Worship. Designed to inspire and equip worship leaders, their teams and other church leaders through times of worship and fellowship with renowned speakers and worship leaders, evening concerts with award-winning artists, choral reading sessions and premieres with multiple publishers. For info email worship@lifeway.com

July 2017

1 - 29:  11th Annual Smoky Mountains Tunes and Tales 
Downtown Gatlinburg. Enjoy live mountain music and folklore of the Smoky Mountains every Friday and Saturday night. 6 - 11 pm. 800-568-4748.

1 - 30:  Free Parkway Trolley
Downtown Gatlinburg Parkway. Free open-air shuttles along the length of the Parkway in specially painted shuttles. 10 am - 10:30 pm daily. 40 total stops. 865-436-0535.

1:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

1:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

3 - 4:  42nd Annual Midnight Independence Day Parade 
The nation's first parade kicks off at midnight in downtown Gatlinburg.  Featuring over 100 floats, balloons and entries, including a tribute to all 5 branches of the military. Free. 800-568-4748.

4:  4th of July Fireworks Show 
Downtown Gatlinburg. Begins at 10 pm. Spectacular fireworks displays in commemoration of America’s independence. Free.
Call 800-568-4748 for details.

4:  Gatlinburg's River Regatta 
Begins at the Christ in the Smokies Bridge on River Road. An unmanned river race featuring hundreds of floating exhibits and rubber ducks. Registration begins at 10 am. Race begins at 12 pm.
Call 800-588-1817.

8:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

14 - 23:  42nd Annual Gatlinburg Craftmen's Fair 
Gatlinburg Convention Center. Live Country and Bluegrass music. Over 150 display booths featuring woodcarving, pottery, broom making, metal work, stained glass, jewelry, calligraphy and more. 10 am - 6 pm. 10 am - 5 pm Sunday. 865-436-7479.

15:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

15:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

22:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

29:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

August 2017

1 - 12:  Free Parkway Trolley
Downtown Gatlinburg Parkway. Free open-air shuttles along the length of the Parkway in specially painted shuttles. 10 am - 10:30 pm daily. 40 total stops. 865-436-0535.

5:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

5:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

12:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

16 - 20:  6th Annual Smoky Mountain Songwriters Festival 
Downtown Gatlinburg. Celebrating Appalachian musical roots. 865-604-9066.

19:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

19:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

26  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

September 2017

2:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market 
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

2:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

9:  Gatlinburg's Farmer's Market - Closing Day
Covered Bridge in the Glades at 849 Glades Road. Enjoy fresh coffee, baked goods, delicious local buttermilk and buttermilk ice cream, herbs, farm to table produce, fresh cut flowers, mushrooms, jams, jellies, honey and local blue grass music. Every Saturday. 8:30 am - Noon. Visit http://www.gatlinburgfarmersmarket.com for more information.

16:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

16:  Mountain Life Festival at the Mountain Farm Museum 
Oconaluftee Visitors Center. Hearth cooking, apple butter and apple cider making, blacksmithing, lye soap making, food preservation, broom making, quilting, and chair bottoming. Artifacts and historic photographs from the Park's collection will be on display. Music local musicians. Sorghum syrup demonstration. All activities are free. 10 - 4 pm. 

22 - 30:  8th Annual Oktoberfest at Ober
Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort. Festival featuring Bavarian-style food, drink and music. Cuisine includes but is not limited to schnitzel, bratwurst, strudel, turkey legs, pretzels and sauerkraut. 865-436-5423.

October 2017

1 - 31:  Smoky Mountain Harvest Festival and Fall Decorating Contest
A county wide festival, which includes the cities of Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville. Festival will include decorating contest, special events, local craft shows, and more. 800-568-4748.

1 - 31:  Autumn Colors in the Smokies
Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Autumn color displays above 4,000 feet start as early as mid-September and usually reach peak colors in the middle and lower elevations between mid-October and early November. Newfound Gap Road from Alum Cave Trailhead to Kephart Prong Trailhead, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Foothills Parkway East & West, and Heintooga Ridge Road to Balsam Mountain Campground are the best places to view the fall colors.

1 - 29:  8th Annual Oktoberfest at Ober
Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort. Festival featuring Bavarian-style food, drink and music. Cuisine includes but is not limited to schnitzel, bratwurst, strudel, turkey legs, pretzels and sauerkraut. 865-436-5423.

5 - 22: 42nd Annual Gatlinburg Craftsmen's Fair 
Gatlinburg Convention Center. Featuring over 180 of the finest craftsmen's work. Live country and bluegrass music. 10 am - 6. 10 am - 5 Sunday. 865-436-7479 or visit http://www.craftsmenfair.com.

7:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

7 - 8:  18th Annual Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament
Open to adults or children. Come out and enjoy the largest trout tournament in the Smokies. All Gatlinburg and state fishing regulations will be observed. 865-661-3474.

14:  20th Annual "Taste of Autumn" 
Gatlinburg Convention Center. Sample Gatlinburg's finest restaurants and homemade desserts for a wonderful benefit for United Way of Sevier County. Enjoy live entertainment, benefit auction and door prizes for a wonderful countywide cause. 5 - 8 pm. $25.00 per person. 800-568-4748.

21:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

31:  Trick or Treat Kick Off Karnival
Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies. 1 - 5 pm. 888-240-1358.

November 2017

1 - 15:  Autumn Colors in the Smokies
Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Autumn color displays above 4,000 feet start as early as mid-September and usually reach peak colors in the middle and lower elevations between mid-October and early November. Newfound Gap Road from Alum Cave Trailhead to Kephart Prong Trailhead, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Foothills Parkway East & West, and Heintooga Ridge Road to Balsam Mountain Campground are the best places to view the fall colors.

8:  Gatlinburg's 27th Annual Winter Magic Kick-off & Chili Cook-off 
Downtown Gatlinburg. Join the City of Gatlinburg as we light the city with millions of sparkling winter lights.  Sample award winning chili from approximately 20 booths.  A portion of the proceeds benefit Pi Beta Phi Elementary PTA. 5 - 8 pm. 800-588-1817.

8 - 30:  Gatlinburg's 27th Annual Winter Magic 
The City of Gatlinburg magically lights up the winter nights with over 2 million spectacular lights in fantastic displays throughout town.  Displays are sure to dazzle the spirit and bring out the kid in everyone.  Special lighting displays are added in January for Valentines Day.  800-568-4748.

11:  17th Annual Veteran's Day Celebration 
Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies Plaza. Activities begin at 11 am. 800-568-4748.

11:  Volunteer Day 
Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont.
A long-standing tradition at Tremont. Volunteers arrive at 9 am and spend the day helping Tremont staff with a number of projects and are treated to a tasty lunch for your efforts. Volunteers of all ages and ability levels are welcome. 865-448-6709 to reserve a spot for lunch.

TBA:  Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley Ride of Lights
Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies Trolley Station. Guided trolley tour of spectacular Gatlinburg Winter Magic lighting displays. Group reservations are available. Departs at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 pm. Tickets on sale October 15. $5 per person. 865-436-0535.

18:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music
Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

21 - 26: Great Smoky Thanksgiving Arts & Crafts Show
Gatlinburg Convention Center.  Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community members assemble in downtown Gatlinburg to display the unique crafts and artwork for which they are nationally known. Live demonstrations. 800-568-4748.

23 - 26:  46th Annual Gatlinburg Thanksgiving Bowl
Mills Park. 3 day youth football tournament. Ages 6 - 13. Proceeds benefit local football teams. Free admission. Contact Brad Justus at 865-654-4830.

23 - 27:  31st Annual Gatlinburg Festival of Trees
W. L. Mills Conference Center. Hundreds of ornately decorated Christmas trees on display. Event benefits the Boys & Girls Club of the Smoky Mountains. 800-568-4748.

27 - 30:  Great Smoky Mountain Christmas Arts & Crafts Show 
Gatlinburg Convention Center.  Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community members assemble in downtown Gatlinburg to display the unique crafts and artwork for which they are nationally known. Live demonstrations. 800-568-4748.

December 2017

1 - 3:  Great Smoky Mountain Christmas Arts & Crafts Show 
Gatlinburg Convention Center.  Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community members assemble in downtown Gatlinburg to display the unique crafts and artwork for which they are nationally known. Live demonstrations. Free admission. 800-568-4748.

1 - 31:  Gatlinburg's Winter Magic Trolley Ride of Lights
Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies Trolley Station. Guided trolley tour of spectacular Gatlinburg Winter Magic lighting displays. Group reservations are available. Departs at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 pm. Tickets on sale October 15. $5 per person. 865-436-0535.

1 - 31:  Gatlinburg's Winter Magic
The City of Gatlinburg magically lights up the winter nights with over 2 million spectacular lights in fantastic displays throughout town.  Displays are sure to dazzle the spirit and bring out the kid in everyone.  Special lighting displays are added in January for Valentines Day. 800-568-4748.

1:  42nd Annual Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade 
Downtown Gatlinburg. Enjoy lighted floats, marching bands and giant helium balloons. Parade begins at 7:30 pm. 800-588-1817.

TBA:  41st Annual Festival of Trees

16:  Oconaluftee Back Porch Old Time Music

Oconaluftee  Visitors Center. Jam session welcoming anyone who plays and would like to share their talents, regardless of playing level. The jams will follow an "around-the-circle" format, where folks may lead tunes/songs or pass the tune choice to the next person. 1 - 3 pm. 828-497-1904.

27 - 29:  Winter Extreme Youth Gatlinburg Conference
Gatlinburg Convention Center. http://www.xtremeconferences.com/w14/index.html

29 - 31:  Winter Extreme Youth Gatlinburg Conference
Gatlinburg Convention Center. http://www.xtremeconferences.com/w14/index.html

31:  Gatlinburg's New Year's Ball Drop and Fireworks Show
Gatlinburg Parkway at the Space Needle. At the stroke of midnight enjoy a fabulous pyrotechnic show.  Free party favors compliments of Mr. Tablecloth. 800-588-1817.

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