Take Offs & Landings — Calendar for June 6-12

Posted 6/6/18

• Bradley County 4-H & FFA 2018 Livestock Show

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Take Offs & Landings — Calendar for June 6-12

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• Bradley County 4-H & FFA 2018 Livestock Show

June 9, 6-10 p.m.

This show features local kids involved with the Bradley Central High School and Walker Valley High School 4-H and FFA programs. There will be cattle, sheep and goats featured in the show. The students participating in the show range from ages 9 to 18. Come out and show community support for these kids. The show will begin at 6 and end once all classes are complete.

William Hale Agriculture Center

3110 Peerless Road, Cleveland TN

• Secret City Festival

June 8-9,

Enjoy live music and entertainment, World War II re-enactors, history exhibits, Manhattan Project site tours, arts and crafts, antiques, collectibles and food.

A.K. Bissell Park

1401 Oak Ridge Turnpike, Oak Ridge TN 37830

www.secretcityfestival.com 

• Conasauga Snorkel & Cohutta Wilderness Weekend
June 8-10

On the weekend of June 8-10, the Georgia Conservancy, with the help and guidance of the U.S. Forest Service and the folks at the Mulberry Gap Inn, will host its annual Conasauga River Snorkel and Cohutta Wilderness Weekend Adventure at the Mulberry Gap Inn. "Interested in just the snorkeling?" their press release asks. "Participants may also register for just our Day Trip which will be hosted separately on Saturday, June 23. The headwaters of the Conasauga and Jack’s rivers originate within the Cohutta Wilderness, a federally protected wilderness area located in the mountains of North Georgia and Southeast Tennessee. As a result, our snorkeling destination, located at the edge of the expansive Cohuttas, provides visitors with the chance to experience one of the most biologically-diverse sections of river in North America. The two remote mountain rivers offer wildlife miles of unspoiled sanctuary and are home to over 70 species of fish – twice as many than are found in the entire western United States. Some of these species are found nowhere else on Earth."

https://www.georgiaconservancy.org/conasauga/ 

• Genealogy Jamboree and Pioneer Day
June 7-9

This Event is a free, family event where all can learn their Genealogical History and Heritage. See the lifestyles of our Pioneer Ancestors. Demonstrations are by Craftsmen/women, Native Americans and Military Re-en-actors. Exhibitors are genealogical and historical societies and speakers, surname tents, authors and crafters. Vendors will have genealogical to historical books, handmade soaps, jewelry, coal crafters, chair caning, blacksmith and many other items.

Cumberland Gap TN 37724

• Red Back Hymnal: All Day Sing/Dinner On the Grounds
June 10, 1:30-4:30 p.m.

"To celebrate our Red Back Hymnal exhibit, we will be hosting an All Day Sing/ Music On the Grounds at the Museum Center!" the Museum Center notes.  "Bring your chairs, bring your food, and be ready to sing along. Admission is free, so be sure to bring your friends and family as well!"

Museum Center at Five Points

200 Inman St., Cleveland TN 37311

• Cleveland Recycles 5K & 1 Mile Walk
June 9, 7-11 a.m.

The city of Cleveland is hosting its fourth annual Cleveland Recycles Run on Saturday, June 9, 2018. The goal of this road-running event is to raise awareness about the benefits of recycling and reduce litter in the community. This year's selected course takes you through downtown Cleveland. The course provides a scenic route through the heart of the city. Each participant will receive a T-shirt, reusable grocery tote, and other prizes. More information is available at http://www.clevelandtn.gov/recycle5k.

• Allied Arts Artisan Workshop: “How to Be an Author”
June 7, 7-9 p.m. and recurring on Thursdays in June

The Allied Arts Council of the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce will conclude the silver anniversary celebration in June, with an Artisan Workshop Series of “How to ...” topics of local interest. An Artisan Workshop will be held each Thursday evening, in June. The first session will feature a panel composed of Bonnie Hathcock, Joel W. Huffstetler and C.K. Phillips, published authors. “Each workshop will be taught by someone who has had the aspirations you have had. The only difference is they had someone to teach, guide and help them begin the process,” the Museum Center notes. “You must start somewhere and start somehow … these professionals will inspire you to begin fulfilling your dreams and your secret passion for being creative.” The cost is $5 in advance of each session.

Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce

225 Keith St. S.W., Cleveland TN 37311

• Bonnaroo 2018
June 7-10

Bonnaroo is a music and arts festival held on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, near Interstate 24. The festival features an array of musical talent, film and comedy spread across multiple stages, non-stop for four days. The musical styles represented at the festival include, but are not limited to, indie rock, classic rock, jazz, hip-hop, world music, bluegrass, alternative, reggae, folk, gospel, country, Americana, electronic and pop. This year’s featured acts are Eminem, The Killers and Muse. Tickets vary in price.

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