There will be dozens upon dozens of breathtaking decorated Christmas trees that will be a feast for your eyes at this Winter Wonderland┬áat W.L Mills Conference Center from November 25th to December 29th sponsored by Smoky Mountain Area Rescue Ministries.
Admission is Free.
For the month of September enjoy an old fashioned wagon ride through downtown Gatlinburg.┬á From 5 to 9 pm Sunday through Thursday with rides every 45 minutes departing from the Mountain Mall at traffic light #6.
All proceeds to support the United Way.
From August 7th├é┬áthru August 10th, the National Storytelling Conference comes to Gatlinburg Convention Center and according to the NSN, “The National Storytelling Conference (NSC) brings together National Storytelling Network (NSN) members, as well as individuals and organizations from the community, who are interested in the art and application of storytelling. Members and non-members present material
Join an estimated 100,000 visitors┬áwho gather along the streets of downtown Gatlinburg to welcome the celebration of Americas Birthday as the clock strikes 12 a.m. on Friday July 4th.┬á With over 100 entries in the parade, spectators line the streets early on July 3rd to watch this one of kind midnight festivity.
The parade is followed
In its third season, Smoky Mountain Tunes and Tales season starts this weekend continuing through August 9, 2008.├é┬á Beginning everyday at 5pm, this summer long street performances include costumed musical performers, storytellers and artisans with as many as 14 nightly acts throughout the evening.┬á Dont forget your horse-drawn wagon ride