Historic Knoxville: The City as Setting

Jack Neely, discusses Historic Knoxville: The Curious Visitor’s Guide to its Stories and Places
Central United Methodist Church
201 3rd Avenue, Knoxville
January 3, 7-8:00pm

Historic Knoxville: The City as Setting

Jack Neely, longtime journalist and executive director of the Knoxville History Project, discusses his organization’s latest book, Historic Knoxville: The Curious Visitor’s Guide to its Stories and Places

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A Character with Secrets: Developing Deeply

Join Charles Dodd White in exploring characters with hidden lives and practice developing these kind of characters.

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The Knoxville Writers Guild is a non-profit organization, offering monthly public programs, writing groups, workshops, open mikes, contests, a blog, spelling bee, networking, book sales, and skill-building opportunities.

Our public meetings are on the first Thursday of every month, at 7 p.m., in the Fellowship Hall of Central United Methodist Church, 201 Third Ave., Knoxville, TN, 37917. Free parking in a lighted lot. $2 donation requested.