Virtual Art Show at UAG

The University Art Gallery is delighted to present “This is Where I Live,” a participatory photography project led by acclaimed photographer Wendy Ewald. By means of a collection of approximately 400 photographs, “This is Where I Live” represents experiences and lives from several distinct communities in Israel and the West Bank. The exhibition will be […]

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Let Us Find Them, Online Shakerag Event

Shakerag Workshops introduces a first online offering:  “Let Us Find Them: Opening Ourselves to Poetry” on Monday, Oct. 26, at 5 p.m. The event is free, but registration is required. Go to <www.shakerag.org>. In this gathering, participants will explore why poetry is an important gift to all of us—especially artists—with a conversation between Ciona Rouse  […]

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Early Voting Continues

Tuesday, Nov. 3, is the Federal and State General Election. Early voting continues through Oct. 29. If you are unable to appear at your polling place on Election Day or during the Early Voting period, you may request an absentee ballot. You may request ballots to be mailed until Oct. 27. In Franklin County, early voting […]

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Voting Information for Aug. 6 Election

Aug. 6, 2020 is voting day for the State Primary and County General Election. Early voting takes place July 17-Aug. 1.  If you are unable to appear at your polling place on Election Day or during the Early Voting period, you may request an absentee ballot. You may request ballots to be mailed until July 30.  […]

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Animal Harbor Bone Drop

  Animal Harbor is hosting its annual Bone Drop on Saturday, Aug. 8, at noon. Participants purchase a bone for $100 for a chance to win $3,000. No more than 150 bones will be sold. Proceeds benefit the work at the shelter. Bones are tagged and dropped 50 feet from a Duck River Electric bucket […]

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Upcoming Meetings

Franklin County Democratic Women Meeting The Franklin County Democratic Women will sponsor a meet and greet with State Senate candidate Sheila Younglove on Saturday, July 11. Sheila is running against incumbent Janice Bowling. The event will be from 9-11 a.m. at the home of Sandy Rice, 201 Kentucky Ave., Sewanee. Masks are required and social […]

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Upcoming Meetings

Sewanee Village Project Virtual Open House For the last three years, Frank Gladu, Special Assistant to the Vice-Chancellor at The University of the South, has hosted an open house during the Fourth of July activities in Sewanee. This gave everyone an opportunity to view the maps and renderings of the Village Project, and ask questions.  […]

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Two 2020 Sales Tax Holidays

During the 2020 legislative session, the Tennessee General Assembly expanded the sales tax holiday for 2020 only. This year, there will be two sales tax holidays. For more information, visit <www.tntaxholiday.com>. The first tax-free holiday weekend focuses on clothing and other back-to-school items. It begins at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, July 31 and ends Sunday, […]

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