March 2014 Events in Tennessee

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Deep Swamp Canoe Floats – March 1, Hornbeak
A wetland trip through unique areas of Reelfoot Lake’s cypress swamp. Reservations required. Floats are scheduled every weekend in March and April, at 1 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. on Sunday. Donations are accepted. CONTACT: (731) 253-9652

Knoxville Restaurant Week – March 2-7, Knoxville
For one special week, select Knoxville restaurants will offer great meals for a great cause. Enjoy a special three-course dinner at an extraordinary fixed price of either $25 or $35 (excluding tip, taxes and gratuity), and $5 of every special Knoxville Restaurant Week meal purchased will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank. CONTACT: (865) 243-8200

2nd Annual Dickson Farm Home & Garden Show – March 7-9, Dickson
Gain valuable information and make great memories at the Dickson Fairgrounds as we celebrate “Everything Outdoors!” Learn from experts in landscaping, construction, agriculture, pest control, water sports and more. CONTACT: (615) 446-2349

Head to Toe Show – March 8-9, Lawrenceburg
Come enjoy the dazzling display of jewelry, beads, purses, hats, skin and body care items, cosmetics, accessories and everything in between – for cosmetic enthusiasts and jewelry lovers alike. Event takes place at the Lawrenceburg Rotary Park. CONTACT: (931) 762-4911

Irish Day Celebration – March 15, Erin
Enjoy a parade, food, entertainment and crafts at the largest Irish Day celebration in the area. CONTACT: (931) 289-5100

12th Annual Waterfall Tour – March 15, Silver Point
Join the friends of Edgar Evins State Park to experience the beauty of selected area waterfalls, then enjoy a delicious lunch nearby. Reservations required. CONTACT: (800) 250-8619

20th Annual A Mountain Quiltfest – March 19-22, Pigeon Forge
Large quilt show, vendor marketplace and classes with instruction by some of the nation’s top quilters highlight this popular event. CONTACT:

Dollywood’s Festival of the Nations – March 21 – Apr. 21, Pigeon Forge
More than 200 performers from around the world celebrate music, dance and art at this fun festival. CONTACT: 800-DOLLYWOOD

Blooming Arts Festival – March 21-22, Linden
Approximately 100+ exhibiting artists will present items such as wood carved bowls, totem poles, hiking sticks, pottery, clay figures, stained glass, weavings and more. CONTACT: (931) 994-7844

Memphis Area Master Gardeners Spring Fling – March 21-22, Memphis
Now in its tenth year, the theme of this year’s Spring Fling is “Get Out and Grow!” The two-day event offers seminars from national, regional and local experts and enthusiasts; hands-on instruction; farm-to-table cooking demonstrations and fun children’s activities. Spring Fling will take place on from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Big Red Barn at AgriCenter International. All events are free. CONTACT: (901) 270-6606

Pollyanna – March 21-22, Cookeville
Putnam and Jackson County Homeschoolers Inc. presents “Pollyanna” at the Cookeville Performing Arts Center on March 21 at 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. and March 22 at 6 p.m. Tickets go on sale March 10. CONTACT: (931) 528-1313

Lookout Wild Film Festival – March 21-23, Chattanooga
The Lookout Wild Film Festival shows outdoor adventure and conservation films from around the Southeast and across the world. CONTACT:

2nd Annual Titanic Author’s Week – March 29 – Apr. 1, Pigeon Forge
Back by popular demand, celebrated authors of Titanic historical books will make public appearances at the Titanic Museum. All Titanic fans will have the chance to meet and interact with authors of many remarkable books written about the event. CONTACT: (800) 381-7670

Mule Day – March 31 – April 6, Columbia (pictured)
Bring the whole family to one of the world’s biggest mule celebrations. Events include a mule sale, mule pulling, mule shows, a pancake breakfast, the flea market, a parade and more. CONTACT: (931) 381-9557

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