New ladies handbags from Barrington that feature a wide selection of patterns in Tennesee orange and white. Exclusive only to M. S. McClellan!! We carry plenty on hand, but you can also create your own bag in a variety of styles and add a monogram! Special trunk show with Barrington on Friday, September 5th
Live trivia every Tuesday night from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Live trivia every Thursday night from 9:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Live music every Friday at 9 p.m.
Acoustic Set with Kincaid
The Grown Man Band
Live music for September:
The Grown Man Band
Every Saturday $2 off Growler Refills
This night of fashion will begin with a full course dinner and drinks at 6:00 p.m., followed by the Vintage Fashion Show at 7 p.m. The show will featured hundreds of vintage and vintage-inspired modern looks, all of which can be found at your local Goodwill. Items featured on the runway will be available for sale immediately following the show. This sale will feature exclusive vintage merchandise including clothing, hats, shoes, coats, furs, formals and accessories, as well as many top name brands.
For the shopping enthusiast who can’t wait to get their hands on these vintage finds, Goodwill will host a pre-sale from 5:00 p.m. until 6:15 p.m. Entry into the pre-sale is only $5 and gives the shopper early access to the best selection of these hard-to-find men’s and women’s items.
Tickets for this Goodwill Vintage Fashion Show and Sale are $40 each or $375 for a table of ten and include a full-course dinner, entry to the show, and entry to the post-show sale. Tickets are limited and must be ordered in advance by calling the Marketing Department at 865.588.8567.
Funds raised from this event will help Goodwill continue their mission to provide vocational services and employment opportunities for people with barriers to employment.
The 30th Annual Vintage Fashion Show and Sale is sponsored by WBIR-Channel 10, B-97.5, the Knoxville News Sentinel, Designsensory, Regal Entertainment Group, Carlenea’s Hair Fashions, and Douglas J Aveda Institute.
About Goodwill Industries-Knoxville, Inc.
Goodwill Industries-Knoxville, Inc. operates thirty retail locations and five employment training and rehabilitation centers throughout its 15-county service area in East Tennessee. The purpose of Goodwill Industries-Knoxville, Inc. is to provide vocational services and employment opportunities for people with barriers to employment. In 2013, Goodwill Industries-Knoxville, Inc. served over 5,200 individuals and facilitated over 4,800 positive program completions. For more information, call 865.588.8567 or visit www.gwiktn.org.
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The perfect day in The District begins with brunch at the Grill at Highlands Row. Start out with an order of steamy cinnamon rolls and a $3 mimosa…or a Moonshine Mary if you prefer. For the main course, you’ll have a tough time deciding between the Northshore Nova Sandwich and the famous Highlands Benedict but we promise, you can’t go wrong either way.
Next, take a stroll through Fig and Company. They have beautiful lighting, repurposed furniture and are well known not only for their art, antiques, and accessories but also for their elegant jewelry and gourmet candles. Even better, this adorable store offers a weekly giveaway on their Facebook page and frequent sales in their store.
If you are a sports fan, a craft beer lover, or just enjoy a good time, we highly recommend you complete your day in The District with a visit to Blackhorse Pub and Brewery. Blackhorse brews their own beer and they incorporate fun activities like weekly trivia and concerts into their schedule of sports events which are always broadcast on the Pub’s many big screens. Check out their Facebook page for more info. Blackhorse Pub is a place you’ll come back to over and over whether it be for their Vanilla Cream Ale or the friendly, relaxed atmosphere.
Extra Tips: If you’ve been keeping up with the 2014 World Cup, you’ll want to watch Argentina take on Deutschland in the final (Sunday, July 13 at 3:00pm) at Blackhorse and enjoy $5 apps and beer specials during the match. Not ready to pack things up for the day? Stop by the Bennett Galleries Summer Sale starting July 18 for 50-75% off upholstery, lighting, bedding, furniture, accessories and more!
Come to the Willy’s Butcher Shop Customer Appreciation Day Celebration! This Saturday, June 28th, 11 AM to 4 PM. Free food, snow cone machine, and bounce house! There will be the First Annual Willy’s Sausage Cook Off competition where several of Knoxville’s finest chefs will compete for the best sausage recipe in front of a panel of judges! The competition will begin around 11:30 AM. Come by for fun and festivities!
With summer approaching, it can be tempting to spend your free time baking in the sun by the pool, but with so much to see and do in Knoxville it shouldn’t be difficult to convince your friends and family to get off the Adirondack chair and explore The District in Bearden. We’ve even mapped out the perfect outing for you.
Begin your day with a trip to Gourmet’s Market and Cosmos Café for a spectacular brunch. Arrive early to avoid the crowd or explore the Market’s wide variety of specialty olive oils, artisan jams and fine coffees and teas. Don’t forget to try the VOL omelet while your there…the ingredients may surprise you, but we promise it’s delicious!
Next, head over to G&G Interiors to browse their large selection of eclectic home furnishings. From rustic coffee tables to quirky throw pillows, you are guaranteed to find the perfect new addition to your home. Bonus: If you stop by between June 11-14, you’ll catch their spectacular summer tent sale.
End your day by tapping into your artistic side at Bennett Galleries. During the month of June, Bennett has given over their entire gallery to the work of Richard Jolley, alongside never before seen pieces by his wife, Tommie Rush. As one of the world’s largest glass exhibits, Richard Jolley’s “Retrospective” is definitely a must-see before it returns to the vault on June 28.
Pro-angler Ott DeFoe just picked up a weekend victory at the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open, where he caught the tournament record fish, weighing in at 24 pounds, 1 ounce. DeFoe now wants to give back to his community by hosting the Second Annual Goodwill Bass Tournament on June 21, 2014 and he is giving one lucky angler the chance to be his partner for the event.
Anglers interested in fishing with DeFoe for the tournament can bid for the spot in an online auction. The winner will spend the day with DeFoe, able to pick up tips and tricks from the 2011 Bassmaster All-Star Champion. The auction listing can be found at http://r.ebay.com/rWtnNa. The winning bid will include entry into the tournament; proceeds and DeFoe’s share of the winnings will be donated back to Goodwill Industries-Knoxville, Inc.
The Second Annual Goodwill Bass Tournament will start at safe light on June 21 on Douglas Lake, the very same lake where DeFoe just reeled in his win, with a grand prize worth $1,500! The registration fee is $100 per boat; anglers may register any day from now until June 20th at 4:30 p.m. Late registration is available on the morning of the tournament for $125 per boat. Departure times are determined by order of registration.
Proceeds raised from this tournament will support Goodwill’s mission of providing vocational training and employment opportunities to individuals with barriers to employment.
To see a full prize list, register for the tournament or to review the rules and regulations, please call Goodwill at 865.588.8567 or visit their website at www.gwiktn.org.
Sponsors for this tournament include Ott DeFoe, WVLT, WIVK, Bass Pro Shops, B.A.I.T., the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce, Humminbird, ORCA, Costa, Onyx, Aqua-Vu and others!
About Goodwill Industries-Knoxville, Inc.
Goodwill Industries-Knoxville, Inc. operates thirty retail locations and five employment training and rehabilitation centers throughout its 15-county service area in East Tennessee. The purpose of Goodwill Industries-Knoxville, Inc. is to provide vocational services and employment opportunities for people with barriers to employment. In 2014, Goodwill Industries-Knoxville, Inc. served over 5,200 individuals and facilitated over 4,800 positive program completions. For more information, call 865.588.8567 or visit www.gwiktn.org.
Westwood Antique & Design Market has added a Bridal Registry to its array of customer services—because so many brides today want things besides crystal, china and silver, although Westwood has those things, too.
The Side-By-Side Visual Arts Apprentice Program, now beginning its 16th year, pairs students from the Community School of the Arts with professional artists in their studios for a period of four to six months each year, giving students the opportunity to witness, participate in, and experience first-hand every aspect of the creative process under the tutelage of master professionals. In many cases, these pairings result in long-term working partnerships over the course of several years. At the end of the school year, all apprenticeships culminate in a full-scale art exhibition. Student and professional works will be displayed side-by-side at Bennett Galleries and Company, June 2-6. Please join us on June 6 from 5:00-8:00pm for a Silent Auction with proceeds benefitting the Community School of the Arts scholarship fund.