November 2015 Events in Tennessee

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November Events

Al Menah Ladies Shopping Feztival – Nov. 7, Nashville
A fun day of shopping for the ladies from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.! Beautiful holiday tables decorated for silent auction, 50+ arts & crafts booths and door prizes all day long. Free admission and parking at Al Menah Shrine Center. CONTACT: (615) 236-9129,

34th Annual Holiday Craft Show – Nov. 13-14, Jonesborough
Hundreds of beautifully handcrafted gifts and decorations will be featured. Artisans include local and regional crafters at the Visitors Center. Admission is $1. CONTACT: (866) 401-4223,

Annual ART Prowl – Nov. 13-14, Cookeville
Enjoy a free, two-day art tour and meet some of the Upper Cumberland’s most talented artists. Visit studios and galleries while enjoying demonstrations, kid’s activities, and specials at local shops, cafes, and pubs. CONTACT:

Foothills Crafts Christmas Arts & Crafts Festival – Nov. 13-14, Manchester
30th Arts & crafts Festival sponsored by Foothills Crafts, a non-profit craft association at the Manchester Coffee County Conference Center Exit #114, I-24. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Free admisson and free parking. CONTACT: (931) 728-9236

Elizabethton Women’s Club Christmas Arts and Crafts Show – Nov. 13-14, Elizabethton
This is the 4th annual Christmas Arts and Craft Show for the Elizabethton Woman’s Club. It will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Park and Recreation Building located at 300 West Mill Street. All items displayed in the show are handmade unique items. Food available and Santa Claus visits. CONTACT: (423) 543-1046

The Bigfoot Blast 5k Trail Race – Nov. 21, Oliver Springs
Try to make it through the trails at Windrock Park without encountering Bigfoot and then have your photo made with him at the end of the race. Proceeds from this 5K will benefit the Boy and Girls Club of North Anderson County. CONTACT: (865) 435-3492,

Christmas in Olde Jonesborough – Nov. 28 – Dec. 19, Jonesborough
Visit Downtown Jonesborough every Saturday for free activities for the whole family. Santa will be in his sleigh next to the Courthouse for pictures and will be accepting new or gently used toys for children in need. Drop off your Santa letters in the mailbox next to the Courthouse with a self-addressed envelope and receive a special note from Santa. CONTACT: (866) 401-4223,

40th Annual Trees of Christmas – Nov. 31 – Dec. 7, Manchester
The event will be held at the Ada Wright Center, sponsored by the Dig-‘N-Dream Garden Club and admission is free. CONTACT: (931) 728-4127

Christmas at Graceland – Nov. – Jan., Memphis
See traditional lights and decorations, a life-size Nativity scene, Santa and much more originally displayed by Elvis. CONTACT: (800) 238-2000,

Speedway in Lights – Nov. – Jan., Bristol
Tour this stunning display of more than 1 million lights and hundreds of displays by car; or, make a reservation to bring your group through by bus. CONTACT: (423) 989-6933,

Smoky Mountain Winterfest – Nov. – Feb., Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville
The gateway towns to the Smokies turn into a winter wonderland with more than 5 million light displays and special events. CONTACT: (800) 568-4748,; (800) 251-9100,; (888) 766-5948,


  1. Valerie Rusell

    November 14, 2015 at 2:04 pm

    I can’t find the Christmas at Gaylord Opryland vacation package to enter
    Thank you

    • Rachel Bertone

      November 16, 2015 at 8:00 am

      Hi Valerie,

      The Gaylord Opryland giveaway ran through the end of September and has now ended, so it has been removed from the site. Thanks!

      Rachel Bertone
      editor, Tennessee Home and Farm

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