KINGSPORTKeep Kingsport Beautiful and Hamlett-Dobson Funeral Homes, along with the City of Kingsport, will hold the Tree Fund Fall Remembrance Ceremony on Friday, December 6 at noon at the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce. This planting recognizes those who have been honored or remembered through a donation made to the Tree Fund from March thru August of 2013.

Each spring and fall, trees are purchased and planted around Kingsport on public land using donations from those who contributed to the Tree Fund in honor or remembrance of a special individual.  This fall, trees purchased by the Tree Fund were planted at the city parking lot located at the corner of Market and Commerce streets in downtown Kingsport.  These trees were part of a landscape upgrade of the property, done by the City of Kingsport.

The Tree Fund began in 1986. Since then, well over 600 trees have been planted within our community, and thousands of people have been recognized through this program.  Hamlett-Dobson Funeral Homes sponsors this community event.   Their participation allows more trees to be planted each year as a living tribute to those recognized.
Keep Kingsport Beautiful coordinates the Tree Fund program, while the City of Kingsport provides the labor and mulch.

For more information on how you can honor or remember someone special through a contribution to the Tree Fund, contact Robin Cleary at 392-8814 or visit www.keepkingsportbeautiful.com.

Kingsport Police Department

Press Release

Incident Information

Type of Incident K.P.D. Detectives Investigating the Death of an Individual
Date & Time Located November 25, 2013

Approximately 9:30 AM

Location of Incident Near the Intersection of Interstate 26 at John B. Dennis Highway

General Narrative

The K.P.D. Criminal Investigations Division is currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of an individual found near the intersection of I-26 at John B. Dennis Highway.

On November 25, 2013 at approximately 9:30 AM, a passing motorist notified Kingsport Central Dispatch of the location of the deceased individual. Officers from the Kingsport Police Patrol and Criminal Investigations Divisions responded and located a deceased 28 year old white male in a field adjacent to the intersection.

The Kingsport Police Department treats all unattended deaths (individuals who die outside of a medical facility or the direct supervision of a medical professional) as homicides, until proven otherwise. As such, a complete and thorough investigation by the Criminal Investigations Division is underway. However, based upon their preliminary findings, there is no indication of foul play. An autopsy has been ordered, and detectives will await those results before determining a cause of death to any degree of certainty.

The decedent was last seen alive approximately 12 hours earlier on the previous evening. He has been positively identified, and his family has been notified; however, out of respect for everyone involved, the Kingsport Police Department will not be publicly releasing his name.

For additional information, please contact:

P.I.O. Thomas M. Patton

K.P.D. Community Relations & Crime Prevention Unit



Releasing Officer P.I.O. Thomas M. Patton

K.P.D. Community Relations & Crime Prevention Unit


KINGSPORT – The leading cause of home fire in America is from cooking and the busiest cooking day is Thanksgiving! Hopefully you wont have any unplanned extra guests coming over at dinner time in their helmets and turnout gear carrying a fire hose into your kitchen. To help prevent kitchen fires our friends at the National Fire Protection Association has some great tips on how to keep you and your Thanksgiving guests safe:

Thanksgiving Kitchen Safety Tips

  • Stay in the kitchen when you are cooking on the stovetop so you can keep an eye on the bard.
  • Stay in the home when cooking your turkey and check on it frequently.
  • Keep children away from the stove. The stove will be hot and kids should stay 3 feet away.
  • Make sure kids stay away from hot bard and liquids. The steam or splash from vegetables, gravy or coffee could cause serious burns.
  • Keep the floor clear so you dont trip over kids, toys, pocketbooks or bags.
  • Keep knives out of the reach of children.
  • Be sure electric cords from an electric knife, coffee maker, plate warmer or mixer are not dangling off the counter within easy reach of a child.
  • Keep matches and utility lighters out of the reach of children ‚¬â€ up high in a locked cabinet.
  • Never leave children alone in room with a lit a candle.
  • Make sure your smoke alarms are working. Test them by pushing the test button.

Turkey Fryers

Many people love to deep fry turkey. NFPA also discourages the use of outdoor gas-fueled turkey fryers that immerse the turkey in hot oil. These turkey fryers use a substantial quantity of cooking oil at high temperatures, and units currently available for home use pose a significant danger that hot oil will be released at some point during the cooking process. The use of turkey fryers by consumers can lead to devastating burns, other injuries and the destruction of property. NFPA urges those who prefer fried turkey to seek out professional establishments, such as grocery stores, specialty bard retailers, and restaurants for the preparation of the dish, or consider a new type of “oil-less” turkey fryer.”

  • Hot oil may splash or spill at any point during the cooking process, when the fryer is jarred or tipped over, the turkey is placed in the fryer or removed, or the turkey is moved from the fryer to the table. Any contact between hot oil and skin could result in serious injury. Any contact between hot oil and nonmetallic materials could lead to serious damage.
  • A major spill of hot oil can occur with fryers designed for outdoor use and using a stand as these units are particularly vulnerable to upset or collapse, followed by a major spill of hot oil. Newer countertop units using a solid base appear to reduce this particular risk. NFPA does not believe that consumer education alone can make the risks of either type of turkey fryer acceptably low because of the large quantities of hot oil involved and the speed and severity of burn likely to occur with contact.
  • In deep frying, oil is heated to temperatures of 350 degrees Fahrenheit or more. Cooking oil is combustible, and if it is heated beyond its cooking temperature, its vapors can ignite. This is a fire danger separate from the burn danger inherent in the hot oil. Overheating can occur if temperature controls, which are designed to shut off the fryer if the oil overheats, are defective, or if the appliance has no temperature controls.
  • Propane-fired turkey fryers are designed for outdoor use, particularly for Thanksgiving, by which time both rain and snow are common in many parts of the country. If rain or snow strikes exposed hot cooking oil, the result can be a splattering of the hot oil or a conversion of the rain or snow to steam, either of which can lead to burns. The frozen turkey may splatter hot oil, which could cause a serious injury.
  • The approximately 5 gallons of oil in these devices introduce an additional level of hazard to deep fryer cooking, as does the size and weight of the turkey, which must be safely lowered into and raised out of the large quantity of hot oil. Many turkeys are purchased frozen, and they may not be fully thawed when cooking begins. As with a rainy day, a defrosting turkey creates the risk of contact between hot cooking oil.
  • There is a new outdoor turkey cooking appliance that does not use oil. NFPA believes these should be considered as an alternative. NFPA understands that this appliance will be listed by a recognized testing laboratory.

NFPA continues to believe that turkey fryers that use oil, as currently designed, are not suitable for acceptably safe use by even a well-informed and careful consumer. Consumers may find packaging of turkey fryers displaying independent product safety testing labels. NFPA is familiar with the details of these test standards and does not believe that they are sufficiently comprehensive regarding the different ways in which serious harm can occur, and, in some cases, regarding the different parts of the turkey fryer that need to be tested.- www.nfpa.org


KINGSPORT – In observance of Thanksgiving, City Hall and non-public safety facilities will be closed on Thursday, November 28, 2013 and reopen on Monday, December 2, 2013. The Kingsport Public Library, Renaissance Center and Demolition Landfill will reopen on Saturday, November 30. The Aquatic Center and Bays Mountain Park will reopen on regular schedules Friday. There will be no changes to Garbage, Trash and Recycling schedules on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. However, there will be no solid waste services provided on Thursday. Thursday routes will be picked upon on Friday, and Friday routes will be picked up on Saturday.

Kingsport Police Department

Press Release

Incident Information

Type of Incident Suspect Arrested for Attempted First-Degree Murder in Ball-Peen Hammer Attack
Date & Time of Incident November 21, 2013

Approximately 9:35 PM

Location of Incident 2014 Birchfield Court

Kingsport, TN

Victim Name Not Released (Adult, White/Male, 50 Years of Age)
Injuries Non-Life Threatening

Various Bruises and Abrasions to Face and Head

Suspect Information

Name Matthew Dalton Johnson
Date of Birth/Age 1/27/1992

21 Years of Age

Race/Sex White/Male
Address 2014 Birchfield Court

Kingsport, TN

Weapon(s) Used Ball-Peen Hammer
Charge(s) 1) Attempted First Degree Murder

2) Aggravated Robbery

3) Felony Vandalism

General Narrative

A suspect has been arrested for Attempted First-Degree Murder after assaulting his victim with a ball-peen hammer.

On November 21, 2013 at approximately 9:35 PM, Kingsport Police Patrol Officers responded to the area of “The Birches” in Kingsport in reference to a disturbance. While en route, Officer Bobby Lawson was flagged down about a block away from the residence by an individual driving a white 2011 Hyundai Sonata.

This individual, a 50 year old white male, appeared to be the victim of an assault, having various abrasions and bruises to his head and blood visible on his face and nose. The individual told Officer Lawson that he had been attacked by Matthew Johnson at 2014 Birchfield Court.

The subsequent investigation revealed that Mr. Johnson and the victim are acquaintances and had been quarreling for several days. Mr. Johnson called the victim and invited him to the residence under the pretense of putting the argument behind them and making up.

Immediately upon arriving inside the residence, the victim was suddenly and violently attacked by Mr. Johnson. Johnson struck the victim numerous times in the head with a ball-peen hammer and forcibly took his wallet and cell phone from his person.

The victim ran to his car and began sounding the vehicle’s horn for help. He then got in the vehicle and attempted to leave. “The Birches” is a gated community, so the victim had to wait a moment for the gate to open. Before the victim could exit the gate, Mr. Johnson charged out and struck the vehicle with a large rock.

Officers responded to the scene and located Mr. Johnson’s mother and grandmother, who advised that Mr. Johnson had already left on foot. However, while officers were still in the immediate area, Mr. Johnson circled back to the residence. Officers returned to the scene and found Mr. Johnson inside the residence cleaning up blood left on the floor from the earlier assault.

Mr. Johnson was arrested and charged with:

1) Attempted First Degree Murder

2) Aggravated Robbery

3) Felony Vandalism

The victim’s cell phone was located inside the residence; however, his wallet has not been recovered.

For additional information, please contact:

P.I.O. Thomas M. Patton

K.P.D. Community Relations & Crime Prevention Unit



Releasing Officer P.I.O. Thomas M. Patton

K.P.D. Community Relations & Crime Prevention Unit


KINGSPORT – Joseph Dee Morgan Jr. has recently been named as Kingsports Fifth Building Official after serving in an interim capacity since the retirement of Mike Freeman earlier this year.

Dee Morgan


I am honored to serve our City in this position and look forward to continuing to provide the highest quality construction services in the customer-focused style our community expects, Morgan said. The role of building official is not always popular, but essential to ensure safe commercial and residential structures in Kingsport. The office has a role during the construction process, as a building or residence ages, and many years into the life-cycle of a building as renovations or expansions occur.

Morgan is a Kingsport native, growing up in downtown neighborhoods and is a graduate of Dobyns-Bennett High School.‚  After graduation, he studied at East Tennessee State University and continued his education with hands-on experience in the construction industry.

Mr. Morgans familiar face has been seen inspecting construction sites for the last twenty years. He was hired by former Building Official Zack Wright in 1993.‚  Dee became a Certified Plans Examiner in 1997 and was promoted to Senior Building Inspector.

He also received his certification as a Code Official in 2003, completed the University of Tennessee/Municipal Technical Advisory Service Level 1 & 2 Management Academy in 2007, reaching the final certification of Building Official from the International Code Council in 2012.

One of the principal roles of a City Manager is to ensure employees are given the opportunity and training essential to improve their performance on behalf of the public and advance within their chosen career path, City Manager John Campbell said. Dee is a fine example of one our own citizens who grew up in this community taking advantage of those opportunities to continuously learn and grow, and I have the utmost confidence he will serve the citizens of Kingsport as Building Official at a very high capacity.

Assistant City Manager Jeff Fleming noted that integrity, fairness and transparency will continue to be hallmarks of the office under Morgan.

Kingsport has a strong reputation of being responsive and fair to builders and developers, Fleming said.‚ ‚  Dee has been an integral part of that Development Services team for many years and he will continue that legacy.

Dee will continue to partner with our community and regional representatives through his participation with the local Greater Kingsport Home Builders Association as well as the Upper East Tennessee Building Officials Association, having served as past president of the UETBOA.

We will work every day to identify problems as early as possible and be flexible in finding solutions, Morgan said. Whether the project involves a construction professional or a citizen tackling a weekend project, in every circumstance, our office will provide prompt, professional and useful advice on how to complete a safe project everyone will be proud of upon completion.

Mr. Morgan is married to Patty and is quite proud of his daughter Cindy, and two grandchildren Lance and Ian. He spends his spare time playing music and reading.

KINGSPORT -‚ Artist P. Buckley Moss will be in Kingsport on Friday, November 22 and Saturday, November 23 visiting some favorite spaces and‚  researching new projects.‚  P. Buckley Moss is an internationally known artist whose art celebrates the ancient proposition of the triumph of beauty and truth over injustice.

As a dyslexic, Moss art has served as her refuge and‚  means of communication. Very early in life, when she failed at everything else in school, her art became her solace. ‚ Now, with recognition and success, Moss reaches out through charitable endeavors to help others through her art, especially those with learning differences.‚  Donations of‚  P. Buckley Moss art have raised over four million dollars for worthy charities. ‚ The P. Buckley Moss Foundation for Children’s Education is devoted to promoting the use of art in the classroom, especially as a means to teach children with learning differences

Moss has a special relationship with Kingsport.‚  Mike Milhorn of Up Against the Wall Gallery remembers meeting her in 1972.‚  Our gallery represented some of her earliest prints, said Milhorn.‚  Over the years Moss has painted a variety of Kingsport landmarks including Exchange Place, Allandale, the Train Station and even the Milhorns cabin and outhouse.‚  She has also done paintings for the Childrens Advocacy Center and Bristol Rhythm and Roots festival.‚  This year Moss has a new print Christmas at Church Circle.‚  Traditionally these prints sell out quickly.‚  We only had 15 prints of Netherland Inn, explained Milhorn.‚  There were 1000 total, but the rest were sold all over the country.

Moss will be available to meet the public from‚  2 ‚¬ 7 PM on Friday November 22 and from 9 AM ‚¬ 12 PM on Saturday, November 23 at Up Against the Wall Gallery located at ‚ 316 E. Market Street in Kingsport, TN.‚ ‚  While in Kingsport, Moss will do ground work and research on Kingsports Carousel which is a likely candidate for a new work of art next year.

For more information call 423-246-7210

Special note to the media:‚  Ms. Moss will visit the Carousel Carving Studio at 257 Walker St. Kingsport, at 12:30 on Friday November 22, 2013.‚  She will be doing research for a new print in the future.‚  ‚ At this time she will be available to meet with the media for photos and interviews.

About the Office of Cultural Arts & Engage Kingsport

City of Kingsport Mission: To provide economic, educational and quality of life opportunities that create a safe, vibrant and diverse Community.

The Office of Cultural Arts, part of the City of Kingsport, connects, coordinates and engages the public with a creative community.‚  It operates a public art program, concert and theatrical events, the Kingsport Carousel Project, the Carousel Fine Craft Show and a broad range of support to the areas arts organizations.‚  They work in tandem with Engage Kingsport, Inc., the Friends of the Cultural Arts group, a private, volunteer-led 501(c)3 non-profit community organization.

The City of Kingsport Office of Cultural Arts and Engage Kingsports goals are to collaborate with a variety of arts organizations as well as non-arts organizations, with the aim of increasing opportunities and outlets for artists of all types. As Kingsport becomes a destination for artists and art enthusiasts, new markets and opportunities emerge. The Office of Cultural Arts and Engage Kingsport are dedicated to cultivating cultural assets and promoting them as vehicles for economic and community development.

For more information or to purchase tickets to any event contact the City of Kingsport Office of Cultural Arts at (423) 392-8414 or log on to www.EngageKingsport.com


KINGSPORT – The first weekend of December is going to be full of cultural activities in Kingsport.‚  The following is a highlight of this incredible weekend. All these events and more can be found at the regions BEST Cultural Events calendar at EngageKingsport.com.‚  The public is invited to submit events to the calendar all year long.‚  We invite you to get ENGAGED in the ARTS!

2013 Downtown Kingsport Christmas Tree Lighting & Celebration

December 7th 5-7 PM

The Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration will take place in Downtown Kingsport at Church Circle. We are expecting a large crowd in downtown again this year for the celebration. Come out and spend the day shopping and follow it up with a family tradition. We have some great entertainment and events lined up, so bring your hats and mittens and settle in near Church Circle for the evening.

Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion

Part of the NEW Skyflight Concert Series at the Renaissance Theatre

December 7, 2013 7:30 pm Renaissance Theatre

Skyflight Productions presents an evening with Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion at The Renaissance Theatre in Kingsport, TN on Saturday December 7, 2013. Nearly a decade after folk-rock duo Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion put out their first album together; the husband-and-wife pair feel like theyve finally hit their stride on Wassaic Way, a collection of 11 new songs to be released August 6th on Rte 8 Records.

Produced by Wilcos Jeff Tweedy and Patrick Sansone at the Loft in Chicago, Wassaic Way ‚¬¦finds Guthrie and Irion pushing further beyond the folky sound they established on 2005s Exploration, their first studio LP. After Irions solo album Ex Tempore in 2007, the live album Folksong in 2009 and the childrens collection Go Waggaloo in 2009, the pair began expanding their sonic horizons on 2011s Bright Examples, an album that drew praise from American Songwriter magazine for its lush, dreamy sound.

This record is a departure from a folk duo, Irion says. I think this is the best example weve been able to present that shows the many facets of what we can do. Theres loud guitars, theres soundscapes, theres a lushness to it, theres a popness, an edge. But that can be difficult sometimes to bring it all together and present it.

For tickets call (423) 392-8414 or go to www.EngageKingsport.com

Lamplight Theatre presents The Indescribable Gift: The Story of St. Nicholas

The Indescribable Gift is an inspiring musical presented in traditional Victorian fashion. It is a production based on the real person of St. Nicholas and the events surrounding his life and love for those in need. This heart-warming musical brings to the stage the sounds and images of Old World Christmases gone by. Carols and original songs herald the message of hope as they fill the streets of Shropshire, England. Come experience this magical production based on the true story of St. Nicholas.

December 6-8, 10-15, 17-21, show times available online at www.lamplighttheatre.com. Reservations recommended.

Exchange Place Living History Farm presents Christmas in the Country

Christmas in the Country, the annual celebration of winter and the holiday season at Exchange Place Living History Farm, 4812 Orebank Road in Kingsport, will take place on Saturday, December 7, from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. Admission is free.

The last public event of the year at the historic site, the festival will feature fresh greenery and trees, handcrafted wreaths and roping, and other holiday decorations. There will be unique folk arts and crafts, such as hand-crafted wood items, barn wood furniture, jewelry, handmade baskets, pottery, quilts, handmade greeting cards and hooked rugs. Your taste buds will be tempted with baked goods, hot sauces, jams and jellies, and goat cheese, and you can pamper yourself with a variety of herbal products, soaps and natural lotions. More than two dozen area and regional vendors will have their wares on display on both sides of the historic Gaines-Preston farm, and all will be available for sale.

But Christmas in the Country is more than just a shopping venue, it will also feature hands-on activities for all ages, such as dipping candles and making pomander balls (led by our Junior Apprentices) and decorating with natural materials, led by the Girl Scouts. Our hearthside kitchen will be up and running, offering demonstrations of 19th century cooking and baking with the theme of A Backcountry Plantation Christmas Feast, which may feature delicacies such as boiled puddings, nut pies, and stewed and roasted meats and vegetables. And Will Vogt from Graysburg Forge in Limestone will once again be working in the blacksmith shop, demonstrating how horseshoes and wagon wheels and even simple tools were made in the days before the Industrial Revolution.

THE NUTCRACKER presented by the Kingsport Ballet

Wellmont Performing Arts Center at Northeast State

Thurs, Dec 5th -School Performance 10am

Friday, Dec 6th – Public performance 7pm

Saturday, Dec 7th -Public performance 7pm

Sunday, Dec 8th – Public performance 2:30pm.

For Tickets: 423-378-3967

Symphony of the Mountains presents its Holiday Concert in Kingsport with Carl Tanner

Toy F. Reid Eastman Employee Center

Dec 7, 2013 @ 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm

Join Symphony of the Mountains, Voices of the Mountains, Mountain Empire Childrens Choral Academy and Mountain Mission School Choir as we welcome back world-famous tenor Carl Tanner. After his Kingsport debut in the 12/13 Season, Carl Tanner fell in love with our area and will return to perform for both Holiday Concerts. Repertoire will include: ¢Ë†â„¢ Rimsky-Korsakov, Christmas Eve: Polonaise ¢Ë†â„¢ Little Drummer Boy ¢Ë†â„¢ O Holy Night ¢Ë†â„¢ Polar Express Concert Suite ¢Ë†â„¢ How Excellent Is They Name by Symphony of the Mountains Youth Orchestra Concertmaster and award winning composer Cameron Lugo.

For tickets call (423) 392-8423 or go to www.symphonyofthemountains.org

DKA Open Loft Tours

Sunday December 8th 2-5 PM

Please join us for the first annual Downtown Kingsport Holiday Loft Tour sponsored by Preaching Christ Church. This is a great way to experience loft style living in beautiful Downtown Kingsport, and further your Christmas spirit by viewing many elaborate decorations. The tour will include nine individual loft apartments in Downtown Kingsport, each with distinctive character and charm.

Tickets for the loft tours can be purchased before the day of the event for $20 at the Downtown Kingsport Association, 229 Broad Street, Charmed Southern, 117 E Market Street, or Bloom Boutique, 329 Commerce Street. If purchasing tickets on the day of the event, you may purchase at the Downtown Kingsport Association from 1:30-3:00pm.

Proceeds benefit the programs and projects on the Downtown Kingsport Association, a nonprofit membership based organization dedicated to the revitalization of downtown. The mission of the Downtown Kingsport Association is to bring people to the doors of downtown businesses in Kingsport, Tennessee, a great place to be.

For more information, please contact Sherri Mosley by calling 423-246-6550 or emailing sherri@downtownkingsport.org.

About Skyflight Productions & Toby Weisend

Kingsport will be host to national talent via Skyflight Productions. Former Ohio resident and president of Skyflight Productions, Toby Weisend, has focused his attention in adding a new cultural element to Kingsport, Tennessee. Over the last three years Weisend has welcomed artists of all genres, including several Grammy-nominated artists, to rural eastern Ohio from literally all over the globe including France, Canada and Australia. The concerts have been very successful, enhancing and enriching the small community of Barnesville, Ohio. Channeling his ideas, visions and goals into a small town setting certainly goes against the grain of most entrepreneurial promoters. Rather than competing for a reputable presence in an overcrowded metropolitan “scene”, Weisend firmly believes that a small community can support and prosper from cultural expression. “Many artistic/creative individuals in a small town have not had the opportunity or resources to experience the nourishment from some of the nation’s underappreciated musicians willing to share their creations.” Weisend believes that his project will survive from word of mouth, lack of competition and stellar performances. Every show I produce, I put my reputation on the line. He supports community efforts and energy and believes that this is the forum to make a community thrive. If the concert series is supported and well-attended, Weisend will expand his quest with a summer mini-festival, potentially acquiring larger-scale talent. There will be no boundaries in genre selection; national talent will be of utmost importance.‚  An incredible line up is set for Kingsport all the way through the summer of 2014 and beyond. This will be unlike any musical series Kingsport has ever had.‚  Get Engaged!


KINGSPORT – The Bays Mountain Park Association is hosting two special holiday concerts in the planetarium theater with internationally-known space-music artist, Jonn Serrie.‚  The concerts will be held on Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 7 & 9 p.m.

“Upon A Midnight Clear combines the lush, romantic and ethereal sound of Jonn Serrie with the melodies of the season.‚  Warm, peaceful and sensual tones take the holidays to the far reaches of space.

Jonn Serrie is a diverse instrumentalist best known internationally as the preeminent composer of space music.‚  Serrie evokes timeless feelings, anchors us in the familiar, and gives himself plenty of room to play with new sonorities raves Keyboard magazine.‚  Jonn Serrie, perhaps better than anyone else, can take a listener to other worlds.‚  Upon A Midnight Clear is unlike any seasonal program youve experienced.

Two special performances in the planetarium theater are offered on December 12, 2013.‚  7 p.m. & 9 p.m.‚  Tickets are $20 each for the general public or $15 each for Park Association Members.‚  If you purchase four or more tickets at one time, then pricing is lowered to $16 & $12 respectively.‚  Tickets can be ordered and paid for over the phone.‚  Call the Bays Mountain Park Association at 423-229-9449.‚  Hurry, seating is limited!

To learn more about this event, please click here.