27: Shakespeare Chattanooga presents “Much Ado About Nothing” at First Baptist Church
27: “Little Women” by music and theater departments at Chattanooga State Community College
27: Lenten concert “Reflections With Choral Arts” at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
27: Strides of March for Chattanooga CARES in Renaissance Park
27: Siege at Bridgeport re-enactment
28: Cumberland Heart bluegrass concert at Palace Theatre, Crossville, Tenn.
29: SF Jazz Collective in Patten Performance at UTC
29: Chattanooga State Band Jazz Band in concert at Chattanooga State Community College
29: Barney’s Birthday Bash at Memorial Auditorium
30: Hometown Heroes luncheon by Greater Chattanooga Area Chapter of the American Red Cross, featuring “127 Hours” hiker Aron Ralston, at Chattanooga Convention Center
30: Chamber music recital by David Creal (violin) and Alan Nichols (piano) at Chattanooga State Community College
30-31: Road to Nightfall preliminary contest at Rhythm & Brews
31-4/3: Michael Mack at The Comedy Catch
1: Wilderness Outdoor Movie Theater, Trenton, reopens
1: Performing Arts Alliance of Rural Tennessee presents Gypsy Hombres in First Fridays series at Palace Theatre, Crossville, Tenn.
1: Closing date for “Perils of Pinocchio” at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
1-2: Final performances of Closed Door Entertainment production of “The Music Man” at Catoosa County Colonnade, Ringgold, Ga.
1-2: Blue Ridge Writers Conference at The Art Center, Blue Ridge, Ga.
1-10: Lee Theatre and School of Music present “My Fair Lady”
1-17: Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga presents “Stoning Mary”
2: CSO Pops, “Bob’s Favorite Things,” at Tivoli, with Dismembered Tennesseans
2: Pea Ridge Ramblers at Barking Legs Theater
2: Junior League of Chattanooga’s Taste of the Tour & Cookbook Launch Party at Warehouse Row Event Space
2: Bow-drilling workshop at Chattanooga Nature Center
2: Spirit Cheer Competition, Big South Nationals, at Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center, Dalton
2: Hike to the Walls of Jericho with Land Trust of North Alabama
2-3: Birds & More Exotic Bird Fair at Camp Jordan
2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 5/7, 14: Wake Up With the Birds boardwalk bird-watching at Chattanooga Nature Center
3: Jeff & Sheri Easter, The Greesons and LeFevre Quartet at Tivoli Theatre
3: Southern Stars Symphonic Brass Band presents “Brass Goes to the British Isles” at Stone Memorial High School, Crossville
4: The Beards of Comedy (Andy Sandford, Joe Zimmerman, TJ Young and Dave Stone) at JJ’s Bohemia
4: Celtic Crossroads at Northwest Georgia Convention & Trade Center, Dalton, Ga.
7: Road to Nightfall finals at Rhythm & Brews
7: Eco Expo at Chattanooga Convention Center
7-8: CSO Masterworks, Mahler Symphony No. 2, at Tivoli
7-11: Lookouts open home season vs. Tennessee Smokies at AT&T Field
7-6/9: “My Fair Lady” at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
8: A Night To Remember gala at Chattanooga Convention Center, featuring Charlie Wilson and Calvin Richardson
8: Chris Brubeck at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
8-9, 13-16: UTC Theatre presents “The Robber Bridegroom”
8-10: Spring Wildflower Festival and Native Plant Sale at Reflection Riding
9: Bella Sera at Tennessee Aquarium
9: Junior League of Chattanooga’s Tour du Jour kitchen tour
9: Cheer Tech Cheerleading Competition (Raccoon Challenge) at Camp Jordan
9: Three Bridges at Union Fork Baptist Church, Soddy-Daisy
9: Chattanooga Doll Show at Colonnade, Ringgold, Ga.
9: MainStreet Mardi Gras, Dayton, Tenn.
10: Chocolate Fling at The Mill for Epilepsy Foundation
10: Mix 104.1 Cleveland Baby Fair at Museum Center at Five Points
12: Free Cone Day at Ben & Jerry’s
13: The Harlem Globetrotters at McKenzie Arena
13: String Theory at the Hunter Museum
13-16: FLW Tour at Lake Chickamauga and Chattanooga Convention Center
14-16: Conference on Southern Literature
14-17, 21-23: “The Nerd” by Athens Community Theater at The Arts Center, Athens, Tenn.
15: Matthew Shipp: A Solo Piano Concert at Barking Legs Theater
15: The Greenhornes at JJ’s Bohemia
15: Sunset Concert Series, featuring Dalton Roberts, Tom Morgan and Lynne Haas, at North River Civic Center, Hixson
15: Closing date for “Good for You: Healthy Fun on the Run” exhibit at Creative Discovery Museum
15: Monroe Area Council for the Arts presents Connye Florance: Jazz Rhapsody” at Hiwassee College, Madisonville, Tenn.
15: Bear on the Square Mountain Festival, Dahlonega, Ga.
15-17: Bug-a-Palüza, by Scenic City Volks Folks, at Camp Jordan
15-17: Georgia Numismatic Coin Show at Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center, Dalton, Ga.
15-17: Trails & Trilliums, by Friends of South Cumberland State Recreation Area, at Monteagle Assembly
15-24: “Dearly Departed” at Tennessee Valley Theatre, Spring City
15-30: Destiny Theatre Company’s “Blues for Mister Charlie” at Chattanooga Theatre Centre
16: “An Evening With David Sedaris” at Tivoli Theatre
16: Party for the Planet at Chattanooga Zoo
16: Fancy Nancy Party Easter Parade at Strasburg Children
16: Kenny Bishop in concert at Free To Worship Revival Center, Ooltewah
16: Jaci Velasquez at Athens Junior High School for Athens Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual community concert
16: High on the Hog barbecue festival, Winchester
16-17: 4 Bridges Arts Festival at First Tennessee Pavilion
16-17: Spring Plant Sale at Crabtree Farms
16-17: Valley Fest: A Cultural Experience, Dunlap
17: Closing date for Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga production of “Ghosts”
18-22: Lookouts vs. Huntsville Stars at AT&T Field
19: Trans-Siberian Orchestra at Memorial Auditorium
20-5/1: Northeast Alabama Community College Theatre presents “The Wizard of Oz”
21-22: Mentone Rhododendron Festival
21-7/14: “Duck Hunter Shoots Angel” at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
22-24, 29-5/1: Destiny Theatre Company presents “To Be Young, Gifted & Black” at Tennessee Temple University
23: Outdoor Chattanooga’s Outdoor Expo and Gear Swap at Coolidge Park
23: Hug-a-Bunny Day at Chattanooga Zoo
23: Oral Cancer Awareness Walk at First Tennessee Pavilion
23-24: Easter Bunny Cruise and Easter Lunch on the River aboard Southern Belle
24: Sunrise service at National Cemetery
24: Eggstravaganza, presented by Hamilton Life Church, at Camp Jordan
24: Closing date for “Lois Mailou Jones: A Life in Vibrant Color” at Hunter Museum
26: George T. Hunter Lecture Series at UTC, featuring environmental scholar Vandana Shiva
26-30: “Aladdin” at Tennessee Valley Theatre, Spring City, Tenn.
27-30: Ramp Tramp Festival, Polk County
28: “Hot Jazz in Stone and Steel” program at Hunter Museum (preliminary event for Chattanooga Traditional Jazz Festival)
28: The Inspirations at Graysville (Tenn.) United Methodist Church
28-30, 5/5-7: Theatre for the New South presents Fresh Squeezed reading series of plays by local playwrights, at CreateHere
28-5/2: Lookouts vs. West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx at AT&T Field
28-5/3: Just Between Friends children’s and maternity consignment sale at Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center
29: Beginner astronomy workshop at Chattanooga Nature Center
29: Eugenia Zuckerman & Friends in Covenant Arts series at Covenant College, Lookout Mountain
29: Extreme Fight Night at Camp Jordan
29: LeFevre Quartet at Ringgold Depot
29-30: North Hamilton Relay for Life at Red Bank High School
29-30, 5/6-7: Closed Door Entertainment presents “The House at Pooh Corner” at Catoosa County Colonnade, Ringgold
29-5/1: Chattanooga Traditional Jazz Festival at Chattanooga Choo Choo, featuring Bob Schulz’s Frisco Jazz Band, Grand Dominion Jazz Band, New El Dorado Jazz Band and Uptown Lowdown Jazz Band
29-5/15: Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga presents “My Children, My Africa”
30: Space Capone at University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn.
30: South Jackson Civic Association, Tullahoma, presents “The Return: A Tribute to the Beatles”’
30-5/1: National Cornbread Festival, South Pittsburg, Tenn.
1: Chattanooga Market opens
1: Justin Townes Earle at Rhythm & Brews
1: March of Dimes fundraiser at Camp Jordan
2: Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum begins daily Missionary Ridge Local rides
2: CSO Youth Orchestra at Tivoli Theatre
2-7: Chattanooga District Senior Olympics
3-7: Lookouts vs. Mississippi Braves at AT&T Field
4: “An Evening of 10-Minute Plays” by theater department at Chattanooga State Community College
5: Celtic Woman’s Songs From the Heart tour at Memorial Auditorium
5-7: Boxcar Pinion Memorial Bluegrass Festival at Raccoon Mountain Park
5-8: “Hollywood in Paris” at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
6: Performing arts concert (art, music, theater, dance) at Chattanooga State Community College
6: Trion High School Steel Drum Band concert at Little River Canyon Center, Fort Payne, Ala.
6-7: East Hamilton Relay for Life for American Cancer Society at Camp Jordan
6-7: Relay for Life of Bradley County on Courthouse Square
6, 13, 20, 27: Evening Shade concerts, Cleveland, Tenn.
6-8: International Dogwood Festival, Winchester, Tenn.
7: Free Comic Book Day
7: Chattanooga Indian Artifact Show at Camp Jordan
7: Strawberry Fishing Derby at Point Park, Dayton
7: Heirline Homecoming, featuring Tony Gore, The Singing Cookes and Heirline at Whitwell Middle School
7: Reinbow Classic NRHA Horse Show/Area 4 Special Olympics Equestrian Event at Tri-State Exhibition Center, Cleveland
7: Cinco de Mayo Fun Day at Little River Canyon Center, Fort Payne
8: Mother’s Day cruises aboard the Southern Belle
10: Odyssey 2011 Luncheon, featuring CNN anchor Soledad O’Brien, benefiting Young Women’s Leadership Academy Foundation, at Chattanooga Convention Center
10: Monroe Area Council for the Arts presents comedian/ventriloquist Lynn Trefzger at Hiwassee College
10-15: Tennessee Strawberry Festival, Dayton
12: Third Day “Move” tour at Memorial Auditorium
12: Closing date for “Tuesdays With Morrie” at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville
12-15: Antique Alley Yard Sale along U.S. Highway 11
13: Fish & Chips fundraiser for Children’s Advocacy Center of Hamilton County
13-14: Nine Mile Volunteer Fire Department Bluegrass Festival
14: Gregory Tardy with the Mark Boling Trio at Barking Legs Theater
14: Spirits in the Wild at Chattanooga Zoo
14: Tennessee Aquarium Fish N Fun Derby at Camp Jordan
14: Al Miller Memorial Walking Horse Show at Tri-State Exhibition Center, Cleveland
14-15, 20-22: Day Out With Thomas the Tank Engine at Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
14-18: Lookouts vs. Tennessee Smokies at AT&T Field
15: Chattanooga Bach Choir performs “Intimate Music, Intimate Space” at Christ Episcopal Church
19-21: Pat Boone-Bethel Celebrity Spectacular
19-8/6: “Little Shop of Horrors” at Cumberland County Playhouse
20: Sunset Concert Series, featuring Anthem Voices Gospel, at North River Civic Center, Hixson
20: Closing date for “Colors of Spring” exhibit by regional artists from the Tennessee Watercolor Society at Museum Center at Five Points, Cleveland, Tenn.
20: Tito Puente Jr. at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville
20-21: Spring Festival of Dance, featuring performance of “Swan Lake” by Ballet Tennessee, at UTC Fine Arts Center
20-21, 27-28: Closed Door Entertainment presents “Greater Tuna” at Catoosa County Colonnade, Ringgold
20-22: Dicehead SIEGE at Chattanooga Choo-Choo
21: Children’s Hospital Dragon Boat Festival at Chickamauga Dam
21: Blues Brothers Tribute Concert, featuring Josh Livingston and Jarrod Millsaps, the KZ106 Stratoblasters and special guest TBA, at Northwest Georgia Bank Amphitheater
21: Rock City Founders Day
21: Chattanooga Roller Girls vs. TBA at Chattanooga Convention Center
21: Three Bridges at Union Fork Baptist, Soddy-Daisy
21: Dade Heritage Festival, Trenton, Ga.
21: Performing Arts Unlimited at Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center
21-22: Downtown Relay for Life at First Tennessee Pavilion
21-22: Mentone Rhododendron Festival
22: Chattanooga Market: Kids in the Kitchen with Junior League of Chattanooga
24: “A New Look — A New Sound” by Choral Arts of Chattanooga at Center for Creative Arts
25-29: Lookouts vs. Huntsville Stars at AT&T Field
26: Steve Martin with the Steep Canyon Rangers at Memorial Auditorium
27-28: 1890s Days Jamboree, Ringgold, Ga.
27-28: Bull riding at Tri-State Exhibition Center, Cleveland, Tenn.
27-29: Thunder on the Rock, Monteagle, featuring Bush Hawg, Big Engine and Molly Hatchet on Friday; Big Engine, Georgia Satellites and The Fabulous Thunderbirds, featuring Kim Wilson, on Saturday; and Battle of the Bands winner, regional band and Mustang Sally on Sunday
27-6/12: Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga presents Short Attention Span Theatre 3: “Speed Dating”
28: 2nd annual Scenic City Quartet picnic, featuring Kim Million, Bill and Lorian Anderson, Billy Gray Quartet, Scenicland Boys, Scenic City Quartet, David Knight, The McRoys and others, at Gilbert-Stephenson Park, Fort Oglethorpe
28-29: RK Gun Show at Camp Jordan
3: Dreamnight at Chattanooga Zoo
3-4: Coke Ovens Bluegrass Festival, Dunlap, Tenn.
4: J-Fest at Camp Jordan
4: Lutheran School Horse Show at Tri-State Exhibition Center, Cleveland
4-8: Lookouts vs. Carolina Mudcats at AT&T Field
5: B.J. Thomas at Memorial Auditorium
9-12: Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Manchester, Tenn.
9-7/20: “We Shall Not Be Moved: 50th Anniversary of Tennessee’s Civil Rights Sit-ins” at Museum Center at Five Points, Cleveland, Tenn.
10: 6th U.S. Cavalry Association 111th annual reunion, Fort Oglethorpe
10-18: Riverbend Festival
11-19: Navy Week in Chattanooga
15-18: Chattanooga Charity Horse Show at Tri-State Exhibition Center, Cleveland, Tenn.
17: Sunset Concert Series, featuring Gentlemen’s Jazz Quartet, at North River Civic Center, Hixson
17-8/18: “Oklahoma” at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
20: Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” at Memorial Auditorium
23-27: Lookouts vs. Jacksonville Suns at AT&T Field
24: Trevor Watts & Vertyan Weston at Barking Legs Theater
24: Deep Groove Steel Drum Band at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
24-25, 1-2: Closed Door Entertainment presents “Litte Shop of Horrors” at Catoosa County Colonnade, Ringgold, Ga.
25: Chris Proctor at Barking Legs Theater
25: Jason Crabb in concert at Kimball Tabernacle of Praise
1-17: Destiny Theatre Company presents “Hairspray” at Chattanooga Theatre Centre
2: Mount Olive Freedom Celebration at Tri-State Exhibition Center, Cleveland
2: Red, White & Blue Parade & Street Dance, Monteagle, Tenn.
4: Fourth of July Parade in Dunlap
4: Sand Mountain Potato Festival, Henagar, Ala.
4-7: Lookouts vs. Huntsville Stars at AT&T Field
9: Enrichment Day at Chattanooga Zoo
13-18: Lookouts vs. Mobile Bay Bears at AT&T Field
15: Cocktails for Conservation at Chattanooga Zoo
15-16: Scopes Trial Play & Festival, Dayton, Tenn.
15-16: Indoor Yard Sale at Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center, Dalton, Ga.
15-17: Liberty Con 24 at Comfort Inn & Suites, East Ridge
16: White Oak Mountain Bluegrass Festival at Tri-State Exhibition Center, Cleveland, Tenn.
16: Native American Pottery Workshop by Tammy Beane at Little River Canyon, Fort Payne, Ala.
16-17: Eastman Gun Show at Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center, Dalton, Ga.
16-17: Tennessee Antiquarian Booksellers Association book fair, Cowan, Tenn.
17: Jericho Brass anniversary concert at Cumberland Presbyterian Church
22-10/7: “Chicago” at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
23: Chattanooga Roller Girls vs. Classic City Rollergirls at Chattanooga Convention Center
23: “Hee-Haw” fundraiser for American Cancer Society, Dunlap, Tenn.
24-30: National Softball Association’s Class A World Series at Warner Park, Frost Stadium, Summit of Softball and Camp Jordan
26-30: Lookouts vs. West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx at AT&T Field
28: Gold City at Lee University, Cleveland, Tenn.
28-30: Cledus T. Judd at The Comedy Catch
29-30, 8/5-6: Community Players present “Smoke on the Mountain Homecoming” at Catoosa County Colonnade, Ringgold, Ga.
30-31: 52nd annual Mountain Market Arts & Crafts Show, Monteagle, Tenn.
30-10/15: “Generations: Cherokee Language Through Art” at Museum Center at Five Points, Cleveland, Tenn.
4-7: World’s Longest Yard Sale on U.S. Highway 127
6: Shane & Shane at Caldwell School, Scottsboro, Ala.
10-14: Lookouts vs. Birmingham Barons at AT&T Field
11: Founders Day at Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
11-11/4: “Smoke on the Mountain” at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
12: Nate & Nicole (Nathaniel Hackmann and Nicole Begue) at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
12-14: Treasures of the Earth Gem & Jewelry Show at Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center, Dalton, Ga.
13: Gold City at Memorial Auditorium
16-20: Lookouts vs. Carolina Mudcats at AT&T Field
18-21: Game Fest South at Chattanooga Choo Choo
19: Knoxville Jazz Orchestra at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
19-20, 26-27: Stageworks Enertainment presents “Sherlock Holmes” at Catoosa County Colonnade, Ringgold, Ga.
19-21: Blue Ridge Numismatic Association Coin Show at Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center, Dalton, Ga.
19-Sept. 9: Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga presents “The Comedy of Errors”
21: Artists of the Cumberlands at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
25-11/12: “Dearly Departed” at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville
27-31: Just Between Friends consignment sale at Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center, Dalton, Ga.
1-4: Tennessee Valley Railfest at Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
1-5: Lookouts vs. Montgomery Biscuits at AT&T Field
1-11/30: “Vistas & Visages” by NRCC Life Drawing Workshop participants at North River Civic Center, Hixson
3: “Remembering Our Heroes” program, including World War II battle re-enactments, “Stuff on a Shingle” cook-off, military displays and USO dance, at 6th Cavalry Museum, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.
4: Roy Book Binder at Barking Legs Theater
4: Confederate Railroad at Lake Winnepesaukah
5: Ider Mule Days, Ider, Ala.
9-10, 16-17: Closed Door Entertainment presents “To Kill a Mockingbird” at Catoosa County Colonnade, Ringgold, Ga.
10-17: Boom Days Heritage Celebration, Fort Payne, Ala.
11: Grandparents Day at Chattanooga Zoo
16-17: Nine Mile Volunteer Fire Department Bluegrass Festival
16-10/2: Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga presents “Lunch Money”
16-10/14: “Dreamgirls” at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
17: 11th annual John Benge (Trail of Tears) Commemorative Motorcycle Ride, Fort Payne, Ala.
17-18: Antique Tractor & Car Show and Craft Fair at Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum
23-24: Collinsville Quilt Walk
24: 4th annual Dare To Dance, fundraiser for the Kidney Foundation of the Greater Chattanooga Area, at Alhambra Shrine
24: Chattanooga Roller Girls vs. Columbia Quad Squad at Chattanooga Convention Center
24: CottonFest Bluegrass Festival, Etowah, Tenn.
24-25: Hamilton County Fair at Chester Frost Park
1: Tennessee River Rescue
7: Banana Ball at Chattanooga Zoo
8-9: Prater’s Mill Country Fair, Dalton
14-30: Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga presents “I Can’t Think Straight: The Coming Out Experience”
15: Go Fest at Chattanooga Zoo
15: Days of Yesteryear, Dunlap, Tenn.
15-16: Ketner’s Mill Country Arts Fair, Whitwell, Tenn.
15-16: 27th annual Mentone Colorfest
15-11/6: Fall leaf cruises aboard the Southern Belle
20-22, 27-29: Haunted Depot and Hayride, Ringgold Depot
20-12/10: “Fiddler on the Roof” at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
21-22, 27-29: Boo in the Zoo at Chattanooga Zoo
21-22: Spookapalooza at Desoto State Park, Fort Payne, Ala.
21-22, 28-29: Closed Door Entertainment presents “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” at Catoosa County Colonnade, Ringgold, Ga.
25: Lula Washington Dance Theatre at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
29-30: Eastman Gun Show at Northwest Georgia Trade & Convention Center, Dalton, Ga.
30-31: PumpkinFest, Dayton, Tenn.
31: Halloween Block Party, Cleveland
5: Third annual Canyon Fest: A Celebration of Arts and Nature at Little River Canyon Center, Fort Payne, Ala.
5-6: Head of the Hooch rowing regatta
5, 12, 19: Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga presents “The Giver,” a Youth Theatre touring show
7-13: Tennessee River Gorge cruises aboard the Southern Belle
10: Annual Downtown Dayton Holiday Stroll
11: Veterans Day Celebration at Ringgold Depot
11: These 3 Tenors at Cumberland County Playhouse, Crossville, Tenn.
11-12, 18-19: Closed Door Entertainment presents “Tuesdays With Morrie” at Catoosa County Colonnade, Ringgold, Ga.
18-19: National Gospel Singing Convention at Broadway Baptist Church, Rainsville, Ala.
19: International Tellabration, Storytelling in the Canyon, at Little River Canyon Center, Fort Payne, Ala.
24: Thanksgiving Day cruise aboard the Southern Belle and Thanksgiving buffet on the Pier
24: Turkey Trot
24: Grateful Gobbler
25-12/18: Christmas Carol dinner cruises aboard the Southern Belle
2: Down Home Christmas, Ringgold
2-3: A Classic Christmas in Cleveland (tree lighting and carols on the 2nd, parade on the 3rd)
2-18: Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga presents “Have a Seat,” an investigative theater piece on Chattanooga’s homeless situation
3: Horse & Carriage Parade and Santa & Christmas Critters Pageant, Dayton
3: Monteagle Mountain Christmas parade
4, 11, 18: ’Tis the Season luncheons aboard the Southern Belle
14 or 15-18: “The Nutcracker” at Cumberland County Playhouse
21-24: Christmas in the Caverns at Sequoyah Caverns, Valley Head, Ala.