February 2012 Events in Tennessee

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Winter Heritage Festival In The Smokies – Feb. 3-6, Townsend
A celebration of the human history, natural beauty, and cultural traditions. Activities include illustrated talks, tours, demonstrations, history hikes, music and dance, museum exhibits, walks in the national park and a Cades Cove reunion. CONTACT: 800-525-6834

Antiques And Garden Show Of Nashville – Feb. 10-12, Nashville
Celebrating its 22nd year, the Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville has become the annual event that draws attendees from all over the country and abroad to view spectacular gardens, hear extraordinary lectures, and see and purchase rare and beautiful antiques. Show offers over 150 antique and horticultural booths and landscaped gardens. CONTACT: 800-891-8075

Million Dollar Quartet – Feb. 14-19, Memphis
Million Dollar Quartet captures the infectious spirit, freewheeling excitement and thrilling sounds of a singular moment when four of popular music’s most extraordinary talents. CONTACT: Orpheum Theater, 901-525-3000

Dogwood Arts Festival House & Garden Show – Feb. 17-19, Knoxville
The show is the largest house and garden show in Tennessee for the gardening enthusiast. It’s a unique marketplace to shop, compare and save on a total selection of home and garden related products and services. CONTACT: 865-637-4561

Antique Appraisal Fair & Show – Feb. 18, Greeneville
The Antique Appraisal Fair offers local and regional antique dealers showcasing and selling treasures and six certified appraisers assessing the value of antiques brought in by the public. CONTACT: 423-638-4111

Civil War 150th Event – Feb. 19, Clarksville
The CW150 Commission, Fort Defiance Interpretive Center and Clarksville/Montgomery County Arts and Heritage Development Council will commemorate the 150th anniversary of Clarksville’s surrender to the US Navy. The event will feature a special appearance by well-known Ulysses S. Grant re-enactor Dr. E.C. Fields.

Antiques On The Mountain – Feb. 24-26, Crossville
A distinctive array of fine painted and primitive antique furniture, exquisite furnishings, unique accessories and outstanding collectibles. Features a large selection of rare antiques dating from before 1930. CONTACT: 931-456-5035

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  1. Activies In Memphis Feb 18

    February 3, 2012 at 4:04 am

    I am planing to attend this winter heritage festivals. Where i can see the celebration of the human history, natural beauty, and cultural traditions.

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