Friday, November 18, 2016 08:32 AM


Tennessees upcoming tourism news is consolidated for your convenience below. For a complete list of Tennessee events,[1].


Cookeville Drive through the Upper Cumberlands largest Christmas display forHidden Hollow Parks Holiday Lights. Bonfires, hayrides, and refreshments round out the tradition. Open5-9 p.m. CTdaily beginning Thanksgiving evening to New Years Day. Tickets are $4, free for children 3 and under.

Memphis Browse artworks byMaysey Craddockat David Lusk Gallery Memphis andJared Smallat David Lusk Gallery Nashville on display throughDec. 23.

Statewide Enjoy a little holiday magic atSantas Wonderlandoffering free family activities throughDec. 24at Bass Pro Shops in Tennessee.

Nov. 18

Nashville The new exhibitionRagnar Kjartansson: The Visitorsis open at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts.

Nov. 18-19

Athens The8thannual Holiday Trunk Showis an indoor exhibition of fine art, crafts and homemade gifts from local and regional artisans at the Arts Center in Athens.

Nov. 18-20

Cookeville Tennessee Techs Hyder-Burks Pavilion is transformed into a wonderland of Christmas whimsy with more than 150 vendors from across the U.S. joining to createSantas Workshop10 a.m. to 7 p.m. CTFridayandSaturday, and1-5 p.m. CTSunday.

Memphis Children can meet and take pictures with characters fromPups to the Rescue2-5 p.m. CTFridayandSundayand10 a.m. to noon CTSaturdayat ...

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