Great American Cleanup Event

Saturday, April 19th - 8am-2pm (Indian Trail Intermediate School & Cherokee Elementary School)

As citizens conduct their spring cleaning in the coming months, they are encouraged to take advantage of drop-off services that will be provided as a part of the Great American Cleanup. The first drop-off event will be held Saturday (April 5th) at Towne Acres Elementary and at the corner of Legion Street and State of Franklin Road.

GAC drop-offs will be available every other Saturday through May 17th. Each event will take place from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., rain or shine. For a complete list of events, please click here.

Wildlife Detective

Saturday, April 19th - 10-11:30am

What are the signs that tell you animals have been around? There are many! Join our naturalist program coordinator and help to develop a list. Learn why you don’t see as many animals as you’d like to and why. Then put on your detective hat and go in search of clues left behind by the animals in the park.

Class will be held at 10am at Buffalo Mountain Park. Cost is $1 per person. For more information, call (423) 283-5821.

MPCC to Host Princess Ball

Saturday, May 3rd - 1-3pm

Memorial Park Community Center, 510 Bert St., will host a Princess Ball on Saturday, May 3rd from 1-3 p.m. Put on your prettiest princess dress and enjoy a day where fairy tales come to life! Watch one of the most popular princess movies of the year, "FROZEN", and enjoy light refreshments. Special guests will be on hand to do makeup and hair on all our fairy princesses.

This special event is for mothers, grandmothers, or guardians of all ages to enjoy a day with their princesses! Tickets are $3 per person (3 years and under are free) and can be purchased at Memorial Park Community Center. For more information, please contact MPCC at (423) 434-5749.


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