4 Tennessee Festivals to Visit This Spring

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April is a beautiful time in Tennessee, and fun festivals are happening all over the state, including the Dogwood Arts Festival in Knoxville, the National Cornbread Festival in South Pittsburg, the Iris Festival in Dresden and World's Biggest Fish Fry in Paris.

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Dogwood Arts Festival

Knoxville is celebrating the harbinger of spring with the annual Dogwood Arts Festival. Walk along more than 60 miles of trails featuring some of the most spectacular dogwood trees of all kinds and colors. This monthlong event held throughout April offers a chance to visit beautiful gardens, an arts and crafts fair, downtown parade and outdoor concerts by local musicians. For more information, call (865) 637-4561 or check out the calendar of events on their website.

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  1. Greg and Jackie Merrell

    April 4, 2012 at 1:30 pm

    How do go about getting listed on here? We are becoming a very popular venue and so much more than a great Restaurant and have so much planned for the coming year. We have a wonderful General Store that is full of wonderful arts and crafts from “LOCAL” artist. We even have a local potter that has an open studio where you can watch him work. We have so much entertainment on the weekend….music, movies, tours, tractor shows, arts and crafts, etc. The list is endless. Please get in touch with us about plugging into the south end of the state. We are also long time Farm Bureau customers.

    Thanks and Blessings,

    Greg and Jackie Merrell
    Whistle Hollow Farm
    701 Lofton Hall Road
    Ardmore, TN 38449
    931-468-9437 or
    931-638-3501
    http://www.whistlehollow.com
    whistlehollowfarm@att.net

    ….leave your worries at the gate!!

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