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Saturday April 10, 2021 to Wednesday April 14, 2021

Saturday April 10, 2021 4 Events

Mother Daughter Princess Tea Party

Volunteer Princess Cruises
Date: Saturday April 10, 2021
Time: 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: Volunteer Princess Cruises
Address: 956 Volunteer Landing Lane, Knoxville, TN, 37915
Price: $65.00 Per Couple; $20.00 Each Additional Child; $45.00 Each Additional Adult
Category: Kids / Family
You are cordially invited to this royally fun time! Come sing and play with princesses from Princess Events of Knoxville during this enchanted one-hour cruise. Have a ball singing and dancing, listening to storytime, and maybe even some princess lessons! Enjoy light snacks and sweet treats as you create special memories with your little princess. Wear your tiara and favorite dress! We promise an unforgettable afternoon for you and your daughter.

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The Battle at Buff Nation ESports Tournament, Presented by Sharp Business Systems

Sharp Business Systems of Tennessee
Date: Friday April 9, 2021 through Sunday April 11, 2021.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Sharp Business Systems of Tennessee
Address: 10645 Dutchtown Road, Knoxville, TN, 37932
Price: $0-$25
Category: Games / Tournaments
The Battle at Buff Nation ESports Tournament, Presented by Sharp Business Systems
Now Fully Virtual for 2021
Returning for its second year with bigger and better games, professional commentators, giveaways, larger prize purse and more! Registration is open NOW for both individual and team competitions and spaces are limited. Be sure to check out and follow the Facebook Event and BattleFy Pages to stay up to date on the latest info. Spectators during the tournament are welcome at no charge! Participant entry fees based on competitions entered.

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Sunset Dinner Cruise

Volunteer Princess Cruises
Date: Event occurs every Saturday of every month.
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Volunteer Princess Cruises
Address: 956 Volunteer Landing Lane, Knoxville, TN, 37915
Price: Adults $55.95 Children $27.95
Category: Food / Beverage
Experience an unparalleled view of Knoxville on our fantastic Sunset Dinner Cruise. Take a seat at your private table. Enjoy a two-hour cruise around Knoxville and indulge in a three-course meal featuring fresh ingredients.

Visit our bar on the upper deck and sip on your favorite drink. Make your night extra special with our romance or celebration package! We promise the best dinner cruise in Knoxville.

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Southern Circuit Film "Socks on Fire"

Film "Socks on Fire" Clayton Center for the Arts
Date: Saturday April 10, 2021 through Tuesday April 13, 2021.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Clayton Center for the Arts
Address: 502 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN, 37804
Price: Free
Category: Film / Movie
outhern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers

Socks on Fire: Uncle John and the Copper Headed Water Rattlers

Screening and Q&A with Writer, Director, Producer Bo McGuire.

Free Screening available for 4 days

My name is Bo McGuire. I am the first grandchild of the late, great Evelyn Louise Blanton-Washington of Gadsden, Alabama. Now, even though I conjure her as a great historical figure, y’all don’t know her. Not yet. She is my mama’s mama, my Nanny, and I speak of her as royalty because she is—queen of my heart, my imagination. She was the savior of my young, incredibly queer life in the sometimes cruel geography of rural, working-class Alabama.

Socks on Fire is a lyrical testament to Southern women couched in the battle for my grandmother’s throne. I returned home from New York City to find that my Aunt Sharon, my favorite childhood relative, had locked her gay, drag-queen brother, my Uncle John, out of the family home. As a queer Southerner, who can be both equally protective and skeptical of the South, Aunt Sharon stoked a fire within me to document the place and the people I call home. Through a series of stylized reenactments spun in with family VHS footage, Socks on Fire documents the fluidity of identity, personality, and performance in my hometown among my Mama’s people.

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Sunday April 11, 2021 2 Events

The Battle at Buff Nation ESports Tournament, Presented by Sharp Business Systems

Sharp Business Systems of Tennessee
Date: Friday April 9, 2021 through Sunday April 11, 2021.
Time: Times Vary
Location: Sharp Business Systems of Tennessee
Address: 10645 Dutchtown Road, Knoxville, TN, 37932
Price: $0-$25
Category: Games / Tournaments
The Battle at Buff Nation ESports Tournament, Presented by Sharp Business Systems
Now Fully Virtual for 2021
Returning for its second year with bigger and better games, professional commentators, giveaways, larger prize purse and more! Registration is open NOW for both individual and team competitions and spaces are limited. Be sure to check out and follow the Facebook Event and BattleFy Pages to stay up to date on the latest info. Spectators during the tournament are welcome at no charge! Participant entry fees based on competitions entered.

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Southern Circuit Film "Socks on Fire"

Film "Socks on Fire" Clayton Center for the Arts
Date: Saturday April 10, 2021 through Tuesday April 13, 2021.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Clayton Center for the Arts
Address: 502 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN, 37804
Price: Free
Category: Film / Movie
outhern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers

Socks on Fire: Uncle John and the Copper Headed Water Rattlers

Screening and Q&A with Writer, Director, Producer Bo McGuire.

Free Screening available for 4 days

My name is Bo McGuire. I am the first grandchild of the late, great Evelyn Louise Blanton-Washington of Gadsden, Alabama. Now, even though I conjure her as a great historical figure, y’all don’t know her. Not yet. She is my mama’s mama, my Nanny, and I speak of her as royalty because she is—queen of my heart, my imagination. She was the savior of my young, incredibly queer life in the sometimes cruel geography of rural, working-class Alabama.

Socks on Fire is a lyrical testament to Southern women couched in the battle for my grandmother’s throne. I returned home from New York City to find that my Aunt Sharon, my favorite childhood relative, had locked her gay, drag-queen brother, my Uncle John, out of the family home. As a queer Southerner, who can be both equally protective and skeptical of the South, Aunt Sharon stoked a fire within me to document the place and the people I call home. Through a series of stylized reenactments spun in with family VHS footage, Socks on Fire documents the fluidity of identity, personality, and performance in my hometown among my Mama’s people.

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Monday April 12, 2021 1 Event

Southern Circuit Film "Socks on Fire"

Film "Socks on Fire" Clayton Center for the Arts
Date: Saturday April 10, 2021 through Tuesday April 13, 2021.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Clayton Center for the Arts
Address: 502 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN, 37804
Price: Free
Category: Film / Movie
outhern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers

Socks on Fire: Uncle John and the Copper Headed Water Rattlers

Screening and Q&A with Writer, Director, Producer Bo McGuire.

Free Screening available for 4 days

My name is Bo McGuire. I am the first grandchild of the late, great Evelyn Louise Blanton-Washington of Gadsden, Alabama. Now, even though I conjure her as a great historical figure, y’all don’t know her. Not yet. She is my mama’s mama, my Nanny, and I speak of her as royalty because she is—queen of my heart, my imagination. She was the savior of my young, incredibly queer life in the sometimes cruel geography of rural, working-class Alabama.

Socks on Fire is a lyrical testament to Southern women couched in the battle for my grandmother’s throne. I returned home from New York City to find that my Aunt Sharon, my favorite childhood relative, had locked her gay, drag-queen brother, my Uncle John, out of the family home. As a queer Southerner, who can be both equally protective and skeptical of the South, Aunt Sharon stoked a fire within me to document the place and the people I call home. Through a series of stylized reenactments spun in with family VHS footage, Socks on Fire documents the fluidity of identity, personality, and performance in my hometown among my Mama’s people.

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Tuesday April 13, 2021 1 Event

Southern Circuit Film "Socks on Fire"

Film "Socks on Fire" Clayton Center for the Arts
Date: Saturday April 10, 2021 through Tuesday April 13, 2021.
Time: All Day Event
Location: Clayton Center for the Arts
Address: 502 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN, 37804
Price: Free
Category: Film / Movie
outhern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers

Socks on Fire: Uncle John and the Copper Headed Water Rattlers

Screening and Q&A with Writer, Director, Producer Bo McGuire.

Free Screening available for 4 days

My name is Bo McGuire. I am the first grandchild of the late, great Evelyn Louise Blanton-Washington of Gadsden, Alabama. Now, even though I conjure her as a great historical figure, y’all don’t know her. Not yet. She is my mama’s mama, my Nanny, and I speak of her as royalty because she is—queen of my heart, my imagination. She was the savior of my young, incredibly queer life in the sometimes cruel geography of rural, working-class Alabama.

Socks on Fire is a lyrical testament to Southern women couched in the battle for my grandmother’s throne. I returned home from New York City to find that my Aunt Sharon, my favorite childhood relative, had locked her gay, drag-queen brother, my Uncle John, out of the family home. As a queer Southerner, who can be both equally protective and skeptical of the South, Aunt Sharon stoked a fire within me to document the place and the people I call home. Through a series of stylized reenactments spun in with family VHS footage, Socks on Fire documents the fluidity of identity, personality, and performance in my hometown among my Mama’s people.

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