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The Edge Conference is scheduled to be held from January 14, 2013 through January 16, 2013 at the Grand Resort Hotel and Convention Center in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Because the event is taking place in the heart of this popular Smoky Mountains town, there is plenty for attendees to enjoy in the area during their free time. The Edge Conference is designed for students as a way to guide them into a healthier, loving relationship with God. The Edge Conference Experience Middle school and high school students are more than

Christmas at the Smoky Mountain Opry The tradition of Christmas Shows in Pigeon Forge continues with Christmas at the Smoky Mountain Opry. The elaborate multi-million dollar live performance production runs from November 2 to December 31. See amazing special laser effects, spectacular illuminated costumes and live animals that set the stage for a huge cast of comedians, dancers, musicians and singers. Witness the largest live nativity scene around and join the performers in celebrating the birth of Christ. Gaze in awe at the angels hovering over the manger. Familiar faces

As we’ve said before, part of the allure of the Smoky Mountains is the chance to see history, to learn about the people who carved a living out of this formerly remote area. When there is a festival to celebrate our ancestors, everyone gets a chance to relive what made those pioneers so special.

Everybody loves a parade, right? The pageantry, the notable guests, and the music – it all comes together in a display unlike any other. And the best part is that you don’t have to move; just sit in your chair and watch it all pass by.

You’ve heard about different places not having all four seasons? Like Alaska, which has winter and the Fourth of July? Well, here in the Smokies, we have 5 seasons – Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring, and car show.

By now, you’re probably aware of one of the signature attractions of the Smoky Mountains, Dollywood. It is a very unique experience, with lots of different opportunities for people of all ages. And this month, Dollywood creates a cultural atmosphere of fun by introducing visitors to world music, global art and foreign food. All right here in Sevier County!

When you think of cowboy boots, chuckwagons and country and western music, you probably think of Texas, Montana, Arizona, etc. And the Smoky Mountains may not be high on your list for cattle drive nostalgia. But a trip to Pigeon Forge from February 23 – 26 for Saddle Up! may change your notion of having to go past the Mississippi river to see real cowboy culture.

If tessellation, duvet, counterpane and Broderie Perse move your needle, then I think I know where you need to be this March. Now, I have no idea what those words mean, but every spring in Pigeon Forge, there are a bunch of talented people who do.