Congratulations to Teresa Vincent, who won the last contest and 2 tickets to the Country Tonite Theatre! We had such a great response from the last contest and are excited to give away 2 more tickets!! This time all you have to do is become a fan of PigeonForge.com’s facebook page and leave a comment below confirming you have become a fan. This enters you in the contest to win 2 tickets to the Country Tonite’s Christmas show! The contest will run through December 1.
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Guinness World Records Attractions is considering opening its prototype for new, more interactive facilities in the county. This means Sevier County residents and visitors could have a chance to break a world record right inside the doors of this museum!
This attraction will feature an opportunity to break a world record. This includes a chance to kick the longest field goal ever kicked or maybe the highest single word score in a game of Scrabble. The atmosphere of the attraction will be highly interactive and technical, where you just might be able to break a record. Of course, most people are not going to be able to break the worldwide record just in their visit to the attraction, but they might be able to break the record set at the attraction or maybe the record of the day. So there’s still a chance to get your name posted at the attraction.
This is not a guaranteed upcoming attraction as they are still looking at other locations including London and Orlando. Although Ripley’s and Guinness both do have a strong relationship in the county, so hopefully that will work to our benefit!
Sevierville’s Christmas parade will be held downtown beginning at 11 a.m. Dec. 4. This year the parade will be a mix of the traditional entries and new ideas from this year’s first time participants. The new entries include, Hoop Mood Teens, a hula hoop dance team from Sevierville Middle School. A horse and carriage from Heritage Carriage Rides and a special float from the new Lumberjack attraction. The traditional entries and crowd favorites will include area mascots, the antique yellow Blalock truck, majorettes and more! The parade will conclude with the arrival of Santa Claus.
The parade route will start off from the First Baptist Church parking lot and travel west on Honey Street, right on Forks of the River Parkway, right on Main Street, right on Court Avenue and back to the church.