Jonesboro Tennessee Events

Historic Jonesborough is being spiced up and Saturday offers a variety of events in addition to extended shopping hours at Jonesboro Mall.

The event will turn the farmers market into a spooky Halloween playground with haunted houses, haunted houses, a pumpkin patch and more. During the day, the forest turns into a full-day Halloween party with live music, games and activities for all ages.

You'll find your hands on opportunities to do activities that only Jonesborough has, including face painting, crafts, games, food trucks and more. There will be plenty of fun and memories for the whole family at the Storytelling Center's annual family celebration, which takes place this weekend at the Story Telling Center.

We hope that this weekend you can take your travel plans to East Tennessee for the National Storytelling Festival, which is taking place in Tennessee's oldest city, Jonesborough, founded in 1779. Music and storytelling will be led by local musicians, local artists and a host of other special guests. Learn something or two here that will make you pass on the things you have experienced in your life. A patriotic parade will open the Jonesboro Days Festival on Saturday, March 4, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the intersection of Main Street and Main Street.

Stroll through the city and visit all participating churches in the historic city centre. All churches are within easy walking distance of downtown, so be sure to stop by to shop and get some last minute gifts.

We would love to arrange an event for today, but if you are centrally located in Johnson City, Kingsport or Greeneville, please drop by Mountain View Bulk Foods, located at the corner of East Main Street and South Main Avenue. If you have the opportunity to visit one of our local shopping centers, we recommend a visit to the Mountainview Shopping Center, the largest shopping center in the city of Jonesboro. It is a great place for anyone visiting the historic city centre as well as many of the local restaurants and shops.

Harvest Acres Farm has an Appalachian-style barn that can accommodate about 200 people on the ground floor. In addition to the interior, we have a large outdoor area with a variety of outdoor activities for children and adults. We can offer hay rides, tractor, hay, hay and hay bales carriage rides.

Start with your favorite patriotic dog costume contest and join us at 1 p.m. to host a competition that includes dog friendly activities, food, games and more! Join in and continue to create the perfect family fun experience, join in the annual harvest festival on the farm on Saturday, September 17, from 1 to 4.30 pm.

Admission is free, but donations for the free children's events in December are accepted. Trick or trick thieves of all ages can visit downtown shops to test their favorite treats and activities. market, we want to let you know what is going on and therefore we are accepting donations for our free children's events until December.

If you want to arrive early, you should also get a ticket for the annual John Davis Music Festival at the Airstream Campground. The East Tennessee Airdream Club is a great opportunity to attend this popular festival in an A Kirstream. While the band is playing, people can visit the band, chat, meet new friends, enjoy the music and enjoy some music. After the festival we will be back in camp to meet some of our favorite artists and vendors - and greet them.

This list includes everything your family needs for a spooky time, from costume parades and animal encounters to costume contests, haunted houses and more. Enjoy food, drinks, games, crafts, entertainment and much more - all in one place!

Bring the kids to this fun and safe trick - or treat - event sponsored by local businesses and churches. This event is a hit every year and offers a variety of activities for children and adults, from costume competitions to haunted houses and more.

This holiday weekend is planned from Friday 23 November to Sunday 4 December, from 4 pm to 7 pm, with various activities and activities for children and adults. With sparkling lights, live music and more, this event will certainly add to the Christmas cheer.

To start your adventure, kids of all ages can pick up a North Pole Pass at the Knoxville Visitors Center in downtown. This pass includes a fun - fulfilled holiday experience with the visit of Santa Claus and his elves. From a carriage ride to a dinner show with the Oak Ridge Boys, the 2020 line-up offers exciting activities for guests of all ages.

Jonesborough was recently named one of the 10 best destinations in the United States for 2017 by National Geographic in its Discover Appalachia magazine. Web-based event map: Johnson City in Washington County is listed first for convenience, Bristol, Kingsport and Sullivan County in second and Knoxville in third.

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