Park Status Update: Know Before You Go 

Camping SCSP Manager George Shinn anounced on May 12 that camping is now open in the park, at 50-percent capacity. The park will maintain half capacity at each campground, to allow for social distancing and limit impact on the park.  Playgrounds, Picnic Areas Also, SCSP playgrounds and picnic areas are open but, although cleaned daily, […]

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CANCELED Arts and Ales Fundraiser

Franklin County Arts Guild is hosting its fifth annual fundraiser Arts and Ales—an over 21 celebration of the visual arts, music and the art of brewing. This ticketed event will be noon–4:30 p.m., Saturday, March 28, at Monterey Station in Cowan.  Benefiting the Franklin County Arts Guild, proceeds are used to promote visual and performing arts in Franklin […]

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Rooftop Records and Cambiata Concert

On Saturday, March 7, the Rooftop Records Quartet (fourth in the International Barbershop Quartet Competition) will be organizing a workshop with two student a cappella groups, Cambiata and Key of D (all male). During the workshop they will help the groups with performance, stage presence, sound on each of their songs, musical dynamics, and more. […]

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Sewanee’s Black History Bookmaking Workshop

In support of the work of community members and the Roberson Project on preserving Sewanee’s Black History, artist Greg Pond will lead a bookmaking workshop in the Univeristy Art Gallery from 2 to 5 p.m. on March 1. As with the Digitization Fairs this summer, participants should bring personal memorabilia—photographs, scrapbooks, postcards and letters, school […]

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Upcoming Events

Solo Organ Recital Geoffrey Ward will be playing a solo organ recital on Friday, Feb. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in All Saints’ Chapel. This recital precedes his performance with the Trinity Church on Wall Street in New York City. Trinity Church is an inclusive Episcopal community focused on service to others, and Ward’s performance at […]

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Sunday Afternoon Recital

In cooperation with the Department of Music, a free public recital will be offered on Sunday, Feb. 23, at 2 p.m. in St. Luke’s Chapel on the Sewanee campus.  Participants include Meghan Joanna Mazur (soprano), John Gatta (clarinet), and pianists Zachary Zwahlen, William Stokes, and Gabriel Perkins-Lawrence. The event features a performance of Franz Schubert’s […]

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Jazz Coffee House and Poetry Slam

All are invited to attend a Poetry Slam/Open Mic Night at the Ayres Multi-Cultural Center. The event will be at 8 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 22. Music will be provided by Jazz Flutist Gallen Fazzaq and his Trio. We are looking forward to hearing a broad-spectrum of poets and others share their thoughts about life, love, […]

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Viola da Gamba Concert

An informal faculty concert of primarily Renaissance music will be performed on Saturday, Feb. 29, at 7:30 p.m. in the chapel of the DuBose Conference Center in Monteagle. The concert is part of Music on the Mountain, an early music workshop for viola da gamba players, and will feature five internationally recognized performers and teachers. […]

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