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Event Calendar – in and around Pigeon Forge
Nov
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6:30 pm Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley ... @ Downtown Gatlinburg
Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley ... @ Downtown Gatlinburg
Nov 8 @ 6:30 pm – Jan 31 @ 8:30 pm
Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley Ride Of Lights @ Downtown Gatlinburg | Gatlinburg | Tennessee | United States
Visitors can soak up the spirit of the Gatlinburg Winter Magic season from the comfort of a Gatlinburg Trolley by taking the relaxing Trolley Ride of Lights. The specially designated trolleys carry their guests on a memorable journey through downtown and adjacent Hwy. 321, allowing everyone to experience the magical wonder of Gatlinburg Winter Magic. Trolley times are at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30. Featuring one-of-a-kind LED lighting displays along Gatlinburg’s famous downtown Parkway, adjacent River Road, and the triangle juncture of the two, the latest $1.6 million-plus rollout of custom designed and fabricated lighting displays are marked by sections reminiscent of winter forests, evergreens and romance. The Hwy. 321 route features an injection of bright displays as well. Gatlinburg has converted its entire winter lights program to quarter-watt LED bulbs, replacing the 5-watt incandescent bulbs and saving the City some 95 percent in energy cost and allowing the City to light the entire 120 days of the program for what it once cost for three days of electricity. Displays featuring animals indigenous to Great Smoky Mountains National Park including deer, foxes, squirrels and rabbits are part of the program. Many of the timeless displays visitors have grown accustomed to over[...]
Mar
22
Thu
9:00 am A Mountain Quiltfest @ Pigeon Forge
A Mountain Quiltfest @ Pigeon Forge
Mar 22 @ 9:00 am – Mar 25 @ 5:00 pm
 

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Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Smokies Events and Special Activities

Here we keep our guests up to date on all the OTHER things to do.
:: And here are all the free family activities at the hotel >

  • Most Fridays and Saturdays, we have the firepit or bon-fire by the river going – with s’mores and a live music sing-along with Mary and Paul Gamboa.

  • Saturday,  Discovering Workshops and Family Events, all free, subject to change
    Please sign-up at front desk, if you can. But all are welcome

    • 10:30-11:30AM  Story telling – mountain tales and nature discovery – around the bon-fire in the meadow, with park guides. All ages
    • 3:30-4:30PM  Custom Car Clinic – with Josh Berry and his Mazda Pickup 2000, a B3000, low rider calling for a complete custom job. It should be gab and wrench fest. All ages of gear-heads.
    • 6:30-7:30 PM Guitar – learn in an hour. We have guitars to borrow. Learn a 1000 songs in an hour. Bill Young of Dolly’s Dixie Band is our no pressure let’s have fun “teacher. Age – the young of course, but all ages willing to try. Six to Seventy-six.
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Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley Ride Of Lights 6:30 pm
Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley Ride Of Lights @ Downtown Gatlinburg
Nov 8 @ 6:30 pm – Jan 31 @ 8:30 pm
Gatlinburg Winter Magic Trolley Ride Of Lights @ Downtown Gatlinburg | Gatlinburg | Tennessee | United States
Visitors can soak up the spirit of the Gatlinburg Winter Magic season from the comfort of a Gatlinburg Trolley by taking the relaxing Trolley Ride of Lights. The specially designated trolleys carry their guests on a memorable journey through downtown and adjacent Hwy. 321, allowing everyone to experience the magical wonder of Gatlinburg Winter Magic. Trolley times are at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30. Featuring one-of-a-kind LED lighting displays along Gatlinburg’s famous downtown Parkway, adjacent River Road, and the triangle juncture of the two, the latest $1.6 million-plus rollout of custom designed and fabricated lighting displays are marked by sections reminiscent of winter forests, evergreens and romance. The Hwy. 321 route features an injection of bright displays as well. Gatlinburg has converted its entire winter lights program to quarter-watt LED bulbs, replacing the 5-watt incandescent bulbs and saving the City some 95 percent in energy cost and allowing the City to light the entire 120 days of the program for what it once cost for three days of electricity. Displays featuring animals indigenous to Great Smoky Mountains National Park including deer, foxes, squirrels and rabbits are part of the program. Many of the timeless displays visitors have grown accustomed to over[...]
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