Each year historic Granville Tennessee selects a theme that exemplifies a period in United States history. For this year (2018) “Strolling Through the 1950s: Let the Good Times Roll” has been selected. Unofficial opening on March 7th with events planned all year, the official Grand Opening is on Saturday, April 14th ...
March 19, 2018Carol
The many available driving trails are a fun and leisurely way to experience Tennessee. They are an unhurried stress-free introduction to scenic views and endless recreational possibilities. The following top five are re-presented from the top ten scenic drives found at: https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/top-10-scenic-drives-in-tennessee No. 5 – The Snake...
February 6, 2018Carol
Special Olympics of Greater Memphis will have their 12th annual Polar Bear Plunge and Chili Cook Off Saturday, February 3rd. Raise some money, taste some awesome chili, and take the Polar Bear Plunge - if you dare. The 2018 Bluff City Fire and Ice & Chili Cook Off is an ...
January 14, 2018Carol
Rich in Tennessee history, Natchez Trace Parkway was established as a unit of the National Park Service in 1938. Today however, visitors can experience the 10,000 miles of scenic beauty and recreational opportunities this National Scenic Byway offers by driving, biking, hiking, horseback riding, fishing, and camping. Also called the ...
January 6, 2018Carol
The Tennessee Valley Railroad is a great stop for all visitors to the great state of Tennessee. There are many different things to see at this vacation destination and is perfect for kids of all ages. You will find plenty of different train ride options from about an hour to ...
June 20, 2017support
Called "The Athens of the South", Nashville boasts many colleges and universities, including Vanderbilt University and Fisk University. Athens, Greece has a Parthenon on the acropolis. The Athens of the South has its Parthenon in Centennial Park, the site of the 1897 Exposition. This Parthenon is an exact replica of ...
June 2, 2017Carol
Collierville is the second oldest town in Shelby County, Tennessee. Formally located on Poplar Pike in 1836, the settlement received its name from Jesse Collier, an entrepreneur who divided the land into lots, and advertised “The Town of Collier for Sale”, in the Memphis Enquirer. The first mayor was Richard ...
June 2, 2017Carol