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  • Johnson City Area Arts Council

    About Us:   The Johnson City Area Arts Council (JCAAC) is a regional arts council, dedicated to preserving and nurturing the traditional arts and cultural communities of Johnson City and the surrounding five county area of Carter, Greene, Johnson, Unicoi and Washingto...

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  • Hands On Regional Museum

    Mission Statement: The mission of Hands On! is to inspire discovery and understanding of science and the arts in a place where learning and fun go hand in hand. Purpose Statement: To become the premier regional destination for interactive discovery. Diversity Statement: ...

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  • Music On The Square

    Held each Friday evening May through September, Music on the Square is Americana at its best, featuring live performances by local and regional bands, storytellers, poets, and performance artists. Each week offers at least two different acts. Many of the shops in Jonesboroug...

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  • Jonesborough Art Glass Gallery

    jAGG offers the work of over 100 American Artists. Pottery, jewelry, stained glass, blown glass, wooden utensils, mosaics, and more!...

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  • Johnson City Community Theatre

    Johnson City was 14 years old when its first theater group was formed in 1885. Preachers at the Methodist churches in town took to their pulpits, promising hellfire and damnation to anyone who darkened a playhouse door. A little more than a half-century later in 1912, Johns...

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  • Reece Museum

    About Us:                                                                            For more than 80 years the Reece Museum has told the many stories of Appalachia. Housing over 20,000 artifacts, the Reece collection captures the regio...

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  • Tennessee Association Of Dance

    The Tennessee Association of Dance was chartered in 1971 to encourage and support the development of dance in Tennessee. TAD serves as a central source of information for Tennessee's dance constituencies. We report dance activities, employment opportunities, auditions, maste...

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  • Kingsport Ballet

    History: The Kingsport Ballet is a non-profit, 501-c-3, ballet school and dance company. It is the result of a merger between the State of Franklin Dance Alliance (SFDA) and the Kingsport Guild of Ballet (KGB). The KGB studio was purchased in 1999 by seven area volunteers c...

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  • Symphony of the Mountains

    Symphony of the Mountains was formed in 1946 as the Kingsport Civic Symphony. Twenty-seven musicians attended the first rehearsal and the number grew rapidly to more than forty. The first concert was free to the public and neither the conductor nor any of the musicians were ...

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  • Kingsport Art Guild

    About Us The Kingsport Art Guild is a nonprofit organization founded in 1949. An important part of the cultural life of Kingsport, the Guild is located in the Kingsport Renaissance Center near the downtown area of Kingsport. Our purpose is to provide opportunities to study...

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  • Kingsport Theatre Guild

    Our History Kingsport Theatre Guild, Inc.  is one of the oldest community theaters in the state, this year embarking on its 62nd year of continuous operation. J. Fred Johnson, one of the city founders, may have been Kingsport's first prominent thespian. He appeared in...

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  • Kingsport Arts

    Mission Statement : The mission of the Arts Council of Greater Kingsport is to support and promote the arts in order to enhance the cultural, social and economic climate in our community through facilitation, information, and advocacy. Vision Statement : A Greater Kingspor...

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  • Johnson City Symphony Orchestra

    History In the fall of 1969, the Board of the brand-new Johnson City Symphony began raising funds, interest and enthusiasm for the support of a Symphony in Johnson City, TN. They felt, "With two colleges and a University, a constant influx of new people in industry and the...

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  • Nelson Fine Art & Framing

    At Nelson Fine Art you can enjoy regular art exhibits, art shows, wine tasting's, and see some great local artists work. This is the place to buy unusual gifts and art to decorate your home. Nelson Fine Art also offers custom framing for ALL your valuable things. Owner Dick...

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  • City Youth Ballet

    The City Youth Ballet is  a chartered, not-for-profit performance organization in Johnson City, TN, offering an extensive repertoire of classical and contemporary ballet performances for the genereal public and school groups throughout the year.  The CYB is privileged to p...

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  • Pickin' Porch Show

    The Pickin' Porch Show is a weekly two hour Bluegrass and Old-Time music show hosted by "Your Bluegrass Buddy" Tim White.These wonderful performances feature the very best singers, musicians and groups to be found anywhere, and most of them hail from right here in the Birthp...

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  • Mountain Music Museum

    Mountain Music is as timeless as the majestic Appalachians themselves. When our great country was young, shipload after shipload of immigrants came to her shores from points far and wide, and many of them found themselves trying to eke out a meager living in the hills and ho...

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  • Appalachian Cultural Music Association

    The Appalachian Cultural Music Association (ACMA) was formed to promote and perpetuate the music of the Southern Appalachian Region. The ACMA is based in Bristol, VA-TN, the official “Birthplace of Country Music”. Our mission statement is: “To preserve an...

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  • Theatre Bristol

    Theatre Bristol, located in Bristol, Tennessee, originally established in 1965 as the Bristol Children’s Theatre, is a community theatre with a focus on reaching children performers and audiences. Theatre Bristol has performed before audiences of school children from l...

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  • Birthplace of Country Music

    Mission : To tell the story of the musical and cultural heritage of the region, its role in the birth and development of country music, and its influence on music around the world....

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  • KingsportARTS

    About Us KingsportARTS is a 501c3 non-profit chartered in 1968 as Fine Art Center, then Arts Council of Greater Kingsport. Our name was legally changed in the fall of 2010 to KingsportARTS. Our Federal ID number is 62-0811814 and all donations are tax deductible. Our missi...

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  • Centre For The Performing Arts

    Mission Statement: Centre for the Performing Arts' Philosophy is to educate our young dancers in as many techniques as possible. Although sound technique and a solid curriculum are essential, our greatest joy is giving dancers a sense of artistry and integrity in dance as ...

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  • Paramount Center For The Arts

    Mission: The Mission of the Paramount Center is to enhance the quality of life for the people of our region by providing a variety of arts and services which will educate and  entertain...regardless of ethnic background, age or income level. In order to fulfill this m...

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  • Rocky Mount Living History Museum

    RMHA Mission: Use living history to enhance public understanding of the daily life and values of the early settlers in our area. RMHA Vision: Enrich the lives of the public through educational programs focused upon customs, values, and practices of the early settlers....

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  • Appalachian Fair

    About Us: The Appalachian fair is the premiere regional fair and concert series in Eastern, TN and the Tri-City region including Johnson City, TN - Kingsport, TN - Bristol, TN, and Bristol, VA and surrounding areas. The fair's unique location makes it accessible to 5 stat...

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  • Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion

    Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion isn't just a music festival. It's an infectious, three-day music experience, bursting with creative passion, electricity, and soul. Every third weekend in September, State Street in historic Downtown Bristol, TN/VA is amped to the beat of A...

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  • Museum At Mountain Home

    The Museum at Mountain Home, in Johnson City, Tennessee, fills a singular place in the documentation of the heritage of South Central Appalachia.  Although the Museum displays are still under construction, when completed they will illustrate the history of the Veterans ...

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  • Jonesborough Repertory Theatre

    About Us: Jonesborough Repertory Theatre, Jonesborough, TennesseeThe Jonesborough Repertory Theatre values live theatre as an entertaining and educational event providing a unique opportunity for audiences and artists to share experiences that can be enjoyable, uplifting, a...

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  • Bristol Ballet

    History: Bristol Ballet was started in 1948 by Constance Hardinge as a school for the training of young people in the art of dance. In 1959, Miss Hardinge founded a performing company, comprised of 12 young dancers - 10 girls and 2 boys - between the ages of 13 and 15. This ...

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  • Blue Moon Dinner Theatre

    About Us:Our journey began years ago when we were "starving" New York actors. We were lucky enough to be "employed starving" actors but we wanted more. We had a strong desire to start a family of our own but keep doing what we loved-theatre. The Blue Moon Dinner Theatre was ...

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  • Exchange Place

    About Us: Kingsport's official Living History Farm, Exchange Place, operates almost entirely through the help of local volunteers, and we would love to have you join our family. There are so many ways you can help out in our commitment to preserve mid-19th century agricultu...

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  • Southern Appalachian International Film Festival

    About Us:The purpose of SOAPIFF is to publicly recognize, promote, and preserve the work of independent filmmakers and encourage film production and film culture in Southern Appalachia. The Filmmaker can film in a kaleidoscope of site locations that provide a unique setting ...

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  • The East Tennessee State University Arboretum

    About Us:The East Tennessee State University Arboretum has been established to promote the beauty and diversity of the campus landscape, and to inform the public of the scientific, aesthetic, and economic values of plants in our environment. The Arboretum serves as a focal p...

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  • Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium

    Bays Mountain Park is home to a $1.3 million dollar state-of-the-art planetarium theater featuring a 40-foot dome, 6.1 surround sound and a Carl Zeiss ZKP-4 star projector that is so precise viewers can use binoculars to see details in two dozen deep-sky objects!Planetarium ...

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  • Bristol Caverns

     Bristol Caverns is one of the oldest and most beautiful attractions in northeast Tennessee and has thrived as one of Bristol's most visited tourist attractions.  A modern system of concealed, indirect lighting highlights the natural colors and beauty of the formations for...

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  • Wetlands Water Park

    Mission Statement The Wetlands Water Park provides guests a relaxing and enjoyable aquatic experience through the highest quality standards of customer service. Each employee will focus on their dedication to all guests and maintain the highest level of honesty and courtesy...

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  • Natural History Museum, Visitor Center and Gray Fossil Site

    Our Mission    To discover, preserve and interpret the fossil record of the region while fostering the appreciation and understanding of natural science through research, education and interactive experiences.Our Vision   To serve as the region's lea...

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  • Twin City Drive-In Theater and Campgrounds

    About Built in 1949 by R.A. Warden, the theatre is situated on twenty-nine acres in a beautiful mountain setting with the Beaver Creek Knobs as a boundary and backdrop. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Warden sold it to the aunt & uncle  of Danny and Ellen Warden in 1956, and th...

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