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Most of our Orvis Retail Stores are offering Fly Fishing 101 and 201 classes on the dates below.Be sure to contact your local store for the exact times and dates of their classes, as well as any additional dates that store may be offering.At the Laurel Theater, 1538 Laurel Ave, Knoxville, TN 37916. 10 am to Noon, Learn about the art of leather craft.David will demonstrate the patterns and layout for a hunting bag, bullet bag and Fort Ligonier Moccasin taken from actual historic patterns. Participants will receive patterns and instructions on how they can craft their own leather creations at home. of the 2017-2018 Concert Season Two-time Echo Klassik Instrumentalist of the Year Frank Bungarten is Germany’s leading classical guitarist.Being honored at an early age by legendary maestro Andrés Segovia unleashed the start of Bungarten’s international career.For almost four decades Bungarten has played countless concerts all over the world. Concerts take place at Episcopal Church of the Good Samaritan, 425 North Cedar Bluff, Knoxville.

At some classes, the Orvis FF101 instructors will be assisted by certified fly-casting instructors from the Federation of Fly Fishers.Together they visited elder traditional musicians throughout North Carolina and Virginia, learning the Round Peak style at the knee of National Heritage Award winner Tommy Jarrell and other traditional musicians of the area, including Dix Freeman, Chester Mc Millian and former Camp Creek Boys members Verlin Clifton and Paul Sutphin.Tickets (discounts apply to advance purchase, JCA members, students & seniors) available through 1-800-838-3006 ext 1, and at the door.Recent works by photographer Pamela Salyer and Hugh Bailey will be on display through the month of March at the Art Market Gallery.An opening reception for the featured artists with complimentary refreshments will begin at p.m.

At some classes, the Orvis FF101 instructors will be assisted by certified fly-casting instructors from the Federation of Fly Fishers.Together they visited elder traditional musicians throughout North Carolina and Virginia, learning the Round Peak style at the knee of National Heritage Award winner Tommy Jarrell and other traditional musicians of the area, including Dix Freeman, Chester Mc Millian and former Camp Creek Boys members Verlin Clifton and Paul Sutphin.Tickets (discounts apply to advance purchase, JCA members, students & seniors) available through 1-800-838-3006 ext 1, and at the door.Recent works by photographer Pamela Salyer and Hugh Bailey will be on display through the month of March at the Art Market Gallery.An opening reception for the featured artists with complimentary refreshments will begin at p.m.The shows to be performed this summer will be Cymbeline, directed by Ashley Frietag and Henry IV, Part One directed by Greg Congleton.