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Lamplight Theatre presents Yuletide Show

LampLight Theatre presents Yuletide Show “Christmas Wishes…A Journey Home”   KINGSPORT, Tenn., November 1, 2017 – LampLight Theatre ushers in the holiday season with a new Yuletide Show.  This year’s productions brings a heart-warming message of family and home.  Two children run away from a broken home in search of peace and comfort.
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Lamplight Theatre presents “House of Martyrs”

The following release is being announced from Vision Productions, Inc., LampLight Theatre. Vision Productions is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Thank you.   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Terry Jones Box Office Manager Vision Productions, Inc. LampLight Theatre (423) 343-1766 PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT   LampLight Theatre presents “House of Martyrs” Halloween Show Not for the Faint-hearted   KINGSPORT, Tenn., September 18, 2017 – This year’s
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Carriage House has a new Fall Schedule!

Fall Class Schedule "Wallaby Sweater" with Susan Chadwell Sat., 9/30, 10/14, 10/28-10:30-12:30 Class fee $30 plus yarn & pattern In this class you may knit a sweater for a child or adult. This is a very popular weekend sweater knit for warmth and comfort. It's a suitable knit for anyone with basic knitting skills that wishes
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Centennial Park Grand Opening Celebration

Be One of the First: Grand Opening of Kingsport Centennial Park Leave your mark on history by celebrating with family and friends on this special day The celebration will begin with a ribbon cutting and the official turning-on of the interactive water feature.  Festivities include Cheerwine visiting us as they, too, are 100 this year.
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BB&T Presents Pheobe Hunt & The Gatherers

Appalachian Sustainable Development will host an event at a hot new spot in Downtown Kingsport, The 101! The evening will begin with an indoor VIP Recpetion at Style Boutique at 5:30PM complete with open beer/wine bar & hors d'oeuvres prepared with local Appalachian ingredients. Then move out back for a "knock-your-socks" off
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