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Olympic Learn to Curl

You have seen curling broadcast during the Olympics, but did you know that we play twice a week right here in Knoxville? The Great Smoky Mountains wants to give you a chance to experience it for yourself. This amazing sport has taken the country by storm and this is your chance to learn about the game, see what all the hype is about, and actually play! Come join us and learn how to throw, sweep, and score.

Contact Name: 
Marty Michaels
Phone Number: 
865-210-4352
Contact Email: 
gsmcc2004@yahoo.com

HARBOURS GATE LEARNING CENTER NOW OPEN

Harbours Gate has opened its first Inner City Learning Center located in Western Heights.

Offerings include a Women's Wellness Clinic; parenting classes; fine arts; GED prep; and much more.

The Learning Center is open to residents of all Inner city neighborhoods in Knoxville.

Harbours Gate is a local non-profit organization that serves as a front line neighborhood, community and inner city "peace corps" in the inner city.

For more information go to www.harboursgate.org or call 865-679-8610.

Contact Name: 
Tom Garner
Phone Number: 
865-679-8610
Contact Email: 
tom@harboursgate.org

K-Town Sound Chorus Global Open House

My chorus is part of Sweet Adelines International, a worldwide organization of singers who meet regularly to rehearse, socialize, perform and sing a cappella music, barbershop style. There are unlimited educational opportunities as well as spectacular performance and entertainment possibilities. We invite you to step on our risers and sing. Check it out and let me know what you think about this exciting singing opportunity. We would be thrilled to welcome you to a chorus rehearsal at anytime.
Check us out @:
ktownsound.org or https://www.facebook.com/KTownSoundShowChorus

Contact Name: 
Kellie Phifer
Phone Number: 
865-684-0608
Contact Email: 
afulead@aol.com

Get Involved with Alzheimer's

Supporting one another is at the core of what we do at the Alzheimer’s Association. We have a free training opportunity in mid-February for volunteers who want to lead support groups. We walk you through all you need to know - you bring the passion and desire to help others. Your commitment is a few hours a month and it will mean the world to family members of loved ones with Alzheimer’s. Contact us at sbiden@alz.org for more information about how to help.

Contact Name: 
Sunny Biden
Phone Number: 
865-684-8585
Contact Email: 
sbiden@alz.org