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Resurrection 2013, a weekend of spiritual revitalization, is coming in January to the Gatlinburg, TN Convention Center. This important weekend retreat, geared toward middle school and high school students, strives to give youth a prime worship and growth experience and has done so since its inception nearly 20 years ago. The event has grown so large since its early days that it now requires two separate weekends of worship, fellowship and teaching to handle the more than 12,000 students and leaders who descend on the Gatlinburg Convention Center

Crossroads Ministries is hosting a gathering of people on January 18th, 2013 through January 21, 2013 at the Gatlinburg, TN Convention Center. They are hosting a number of specialized events and activities. The goal of the Crossroads Ministries gathering is to help visitors to the event socialize with each other as well as better themselves physically and spiritually. The event is open to all ages. There are a variety of activities scheduled during this event. These activities include fellowship, aerobics. weight-lifting, athletics, and other various programs.  Discussion, socialization, and

Three crosses on a hillThe Tennessee Christian Teen Convention event is to be held from January 11, 2013 through January 13, 2013 at the Gatlinburg Convention Center. Teenagers from around the country come to this event to share their wisdom and knowledge of Christ. Join groups of others around your age who share the same belief systems that you do and enjoy a fun-filled weekend complete with worship services, famous speakers, concerts, comedy acts and so much more. Celebrate Jesus together atop the mountain while enjoying this truly unforgettable experience.

Gatlinburg covered in snow in the winterThe Winter Xtreme 2012 - 2013 is set to be held from December 27, 2012 through January 2, 2013 at the Gatlinburg, Tennessee Convention Center. This event is aimed towards the youth of today who long to learn more about and share their wisdom of Christ. More than 6,000 teenagers come to each day of the event to see some of the top Christian artists and performers take to the stage for a day of fun and music. Speakers and youth communicators will be at Winter Xtreme 2012 to share their own stories about Christianity, their beliefs and to bring teens closer together through worship services. Some artists that will be present at Winter Xtreme 2012 include Casting Crowns, Newsboys and Tenth Avenue North. Speakers said to attend the event feature big names such as Josh McDowell and Nick Hall. Conference tickets should be purchased in advance to ensure your group a spot at the event.

The mountainous resort city of Gatlinburg in Tennessee is full of excitement. It is hosting its Gatlinburg Christmas Parade on Friday, December 7, 2012. This popular parade is also known as the Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade and takes place in downtown Gatlinburg. The parade is held annually and this year will take it to the 37th mark. This parade is full of excitement and attracts extremely large crowds in the upper tens of thousands, this year the parade is expecting an impressively large turnout of 80,000 attendees. The

Throughout the year visitors travel to Gatlinburg, TN to explore the Smoky Mountains and enjoy all of the natural wonders that the area is famous for. Though summer is a very popular time to visit this area, another great time to travel to Gatlinburg is in November. November is a wonderful time to visit Gatlinburg, not only to experience the Smoky Mountains, but also to take part in the historic festivities that are held in the city. One of the most popular events that is held annually in

The Gatlinburg, Tennessee Winterfest officially begins with the annual chili cook-off. Spending Thanksgiving and Christmas in the Great Smoky Mountains offers people a "bit of the heavenly" holiday traditions that have been celebrated for generations. The setting is perfect for a winter vacation. Gatlinburg is a very open and friendly community that welcomes people annually from around the world. The winter magic begins as October ends in the Smoky Mountains, as the fall season wraps up and Gatlinburg residents and businesses provide "treats" for everyone. The community honors the

Winterfest in The Smoky Mountains is full of excitement and things to do for all ages. This year marks the 23rd anniversary of Winterfest activities, an annual celebration that spanning the entire winter season. Join in on all of the fun and Smoky Mountains winter activities as the popular resort towns transform into one gigantic winter wonderland with special events in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Sevierville, Tennessee.

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]There are lots of things for the family to do in Sevier County, but one you probably haven’t thought of is art. That’s right, spending time with mom, dad, and the kids all while taking in the next Van Gogh, Matisse or O’Keefe is a relaxing way to spend a weekend.