You don’t want to miss these special events in the Smoky Mountain’s in October.
October 4 – 6, 2019
812 Old Douglas Dam Road
Sevierville, Tn 37876
Every October Robert Tino’s farm and art gallery comes to life. The fields surrounding his gallery are filled with local art and craftsman whose work celebrates our Appalachian heritage. Visitors will find things like basket weaving, blacksmithing, wood turning, bee-keeping, corn grist milling, along with many other interesting crafters.
Robert Tino has used his talents in oil, acrylic, and watercolor of many scenes of the Smoky Mountains in remarkable detail, color and depth. Robert interoperates the landscape of the Great Smoky Mountains with an eye, palette and brush stroke that meshes realism and impressionism.
Mountain scenes, rich florals as well as abstract and contemporary art are all the product of the creative influences and passion that catches his eye. If you love arts and crafts this is the event for you, for more information check out the website below:
October 4-5, 2019
Don’t miss out on the fun and excitement of the 19th Annual Smoky Mountain Trout Tournament. This event is fun for adults, children, tourists, and locals. Over 5,000 trout will be stocked in over 20 miles of streams prior to this 2-day event and features $10,000 in cash & prizes! See their website for details – https://www.rockytopoutfitter.com/cv
Hillside Winery, 229 Collier Dr
Halloween shouldn’t only mean candy for the kids! Enjoy a glass of wine (your choice of two offerings) paired with handcrafted desserts at each of the following (3) locations: Mountain Valley Winery, Hillside Winery, and Sugarland Cellars Winery. Take home a commemorate Taster Glass and receive your free souvenir wine glass after visiting the three participating
Ripley’s Fright Night
Gatlinburg Tn 37738
Ripley’s Haunted Adventure is being featured every Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights during the month of October from 6 PM until closing as well as Halloween Night!