A lot has changed since the doors first opened to the Little Greenbrier School. Over 130 years ago, this building doubled as a church and school for the residents of the now ghost town of Little Greenbrier.
Starting at 12 a.m. on July 4, military officials, public safety officials and others will start off on a parade at the bottom of the Smoky Mountains to the cheers of bystanders. Started in 1976 as a testament to the 200th anniversary of the United States, this parade will be celebrating its 40th birthday in
Imagine a vacation in the beautiful Smoky Mountains while simultaneously experiencing the magic of the Smoky Mountain Tunes and Tales festival. Adults and children love to take part in the festivities that include acting out parts in traditional Appalachian skits. People who love listening to bluegrass music are sure to find that a trip to
A visit from Uncle Sam in Pigeon Forge will happen on July 4th at the Incredible Christmas Place. This annual Pigeon Forge event also includes a Patriot Parade, a sidewalk sale, and fireworks. While at the Bavarian-style Incredible Christmas Place and The Inn any time on a Saturday or Sunday between April 25th and December 23rd every
There are no lack of events to take part in while in Pigeon Forge, and Independence Day is no exception to that rule. From July 4 to July 8, 2012, an Independence Day Sidewalk Sale will take place at the Pigeon River Crossings on Teaster Lane. Vendors will be participating in this event, giving you