Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Coming to the Smokies for Christmas? Looking for events to help build the holiday cheer and spirit? Let's look at what's going on to build your Smoky Mountain Christmas vacation itinerary.
Christmas in Wears Valley
Now - 12/31/2013
Don't forget we have a new Christmas celebration here in Wears Valley! Every weekend at the Wears Valley Ranch, we're having traditional Appalachian Christmas items like hayrides, carolers, storytelling and much more! www.christmasinwearsvalley.com.
Dollywood's Smoky Mountain Christmas
Now - 1/4/2014
Nowhere else in the entirity of East Tennessee will you find an area that brings the Winter Wonderland to life like Dollywood during their Smoky Mountain Christmas. Lots of Christmas shows, parades and performances, a Santa's workshop, and most incredible lighting displays throughout the park you've ever seen. Definitely a must-see on your list! www.dollywood.com
Gatlinburg Fantasy of Lights Parade
The Fantasy of Lights Parade is a wondrous sight to behold and many who come to see it have been making it part of their holiday tradition for over a decade. All of your favorite characters and seasonal icons march down the street, from Alamo Steakhouse on Highway 321 to Stoplight #10 at the end of the downtown parkway in Gatlinburg, will be appearing and marching down the street for your entertainment. www.gatlinburg.com.
Bill Landry at Cove Creek RV in Wears Valley.
Bill Landry is famous in East Tennessee and some parts beyond as the host of "The Heartlander Series" and for his storytelling appearances throughout the area. Now he's bringing his stories and his books to Wears Valley for a performance and a meet and greet to sign some of his books. Bill Landry will be appearing at 4:00PM, Saturday, December 7th, Cove Creek RV on the main street through Wears Valley. www.christmasinwearsvalley.com
New Years Eve
Both Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are indulging in New Years fireworks this year, Gatlinburg will hold their traditional entertainment of music and revelry downtown and then fireworks shooting off from the Space Needle, but Pigeon Forge will also be having New Years Eve shows and apparently fireworks at several places as well. You'll need to visit www.gatlinburg.com and www.mypigeonforge.com for more information on those.
We'll keep you informed on new special events starting the new year out next month. Wilderness Wildlife Week is coming up in January and Green Valley will just be 5 minutes driving distance away from it! www.greenvalleypigeonforge.com.
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