Bone Zones

​​​Tuesday, October 24, 7:00-8:00 pm
UTK 555 Dabney-Buehler Hall
Members of the American Chemical Society (ACS) nationwide will be celebrating National Chemistry Week (NCW) October 22-28. During this week, ACS members will have the opportunity to present the positive aspects of chemistry, promote science education, and to heighten the public awareness of the contributions chemistry has made to society and to everyday life.

One of the activities planned by the East Tennessee Section of ACS for this year is the annual chemistry show at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK). So, mark your calendars for “ THE MAGIC OF CHEMISTRY SHOW “        (27th Anniversary!) which will be held on Tuesday, October 24 at 7:00 p.m. in 555 Dabney-Buehler Hall at UTK. The one-hour show will feature Dr. Al Hazari.
Everyone (ages 2-102) is invited to attend this FREE admission show. No show reservations are necessary and questions may be addressed to Dr. Al Hazari at (865) 974-1065 or ahazari@utk.edu.
FREE PARKING (6-9 p.m.) at the UTK 11th Street / White Ave Garage. 

      November 9, 2017

EMS Directors Conference

                   ​Park Vista

                 Gatlinburg,TN

      Contact: J.R. Gore, BA, CCEMT-P

          jgore@utmck.edu

       October 27,2017

             Art Bohanan [ONLY]

​Smokey Mountain Criminal Justice

Edgewater Hotel and Conference Center

402 River Road

Gatlinburg, TN 37738

Contact: Judy

jbrewer@ethra.org 


             

November 9, 2017

​TN Wesleyan Criminal Justice Club

​Athens, TN

Contact: Bill Watts

​bwatts@tnwesleyan.edu     (423) 746-5295


     2017

   May 8, 9, 10, 11, 12-2018

                   28th -  Annual

       Wilderness Wildlife Week

             Contact: Brandon

​         bbarnes@cityofpigeonforge.com​​

April 23, 2018

ECHO Bistro & Wine Bar

5803 Kingston Pike

Knoxville,TN 37919

865 / 602 / 2090

Reservation Required ​​

                     June 8, 2018

Knoxville Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute hosting the: 2018 Gulf States Region Conference

Contact: Kathy - ksp53@me.com



SOLD OUT!!!!!  
Historic Cherokee Caverns presents Bones & Creepy Chills with Dr. Bill Bass. Spend a Creepy Fun Halloween Eve on October 30th 2017 with World Renowned Anthropologist Dr. Bass and Special guests Jason Lambert and Jean Weeden. Dr. Bass will be sharing incredible and spooky facts and stories on this most spooky night... Halloween Eve! Jason Lambert aka J.E. Bolton is a best selling Fantasy, Paranormal, and Horror Fiction Author... he will be reading one of his favorite Halloween Tales. Also Jean Weeden Knoxville's very own Psychic and Tarot Card reader will be looking into your future and your past!!! There will be a meet and greet after the event and Dr. Bass, Jason Lambert will have their books to sign and sell. Also a Bones & Creepy Chills exclusive poster will be available for sale and Dr. Bass, Jason Lambert & Jean Weeden will be available to sign it for you. Please plan to have dinner with us ... The Crave Food Truck will be available for your dining pleasure! Check out their menu and pricing on this event page. This will be a very memorable Halloween Eve Evening....

 October 30, 2017   SOLD OUT
 Cherokee Cavern

8524 Oak Ridge Highway Knoxville TN 37931

December 1, 2017

Sevier Co Retired Teachers

Contact:Brooke Blair

​hbblair@bellsouth.net​​

           October 27, 2017

Region II Dental Assocation

Contact: Diane

​tdlanders@bellsouth.net

March 13, 2018

​Second Presbyterian Church

2829 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919

Contact: Donna

​dmatlock@utk.edu

Upcoming Events

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