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June 13, 2018 - July 12, 2018

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Wednesday, June 13, 2018

All Day 2018 AITG Playwright Intensive

This weeklong playwright workshop, led by award-winning international playwright Lisa Soland, will explore all the dramatic formats: monologues, 10-minute, one-act and full-length plays. Before the week concludes, Ms. Soland will discuss all aspects of a playwright’s life. If you have never written anything before, attend. You will walk away with original material that works. If you write poetry, memoir, or novels, attend. Ms. Soland will spend an entire day on how to adapt your narrative writings into stage worthy stories of action with provocative dialogue. If you are an experienced playwright, Ms. Soland will cover all aspects to the craft, in a new and refreshing way. Whether it be submission, production, self-production, social networking, because all writers dine together, any question you might have that was not covered, can be asked of her directly, one-on-one.

All Day Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Team Camp
Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Team Camp

Please see the attached flyer for more details.
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM Tennis Camp (for boys & girls ages 6-17)
20th Annual Tennis Camp
June 11th - 14th
For Boys & Girls ages 6-17

See the attached flyer for more details.
Indoor Tennis Court Bldg. @ Valley of Sports - (Indoor Tennis Courts)
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM 2018 AITG Drawing for Kids

2018 AITG Drawing for Kids (Grades 1-5/Ages 6-12)

Students will learn artistic observation and composition and techniques in shading and perspective through fun drawing activities. We will sometimes go out to find natural objects (such as plants and stones) and draw them with careful observation. They will draw many fun subjects such as animals, memories from summer, and imaginary adventures to create unique abstract art using simple methods. Students will use colored pencils, crayons, pastels and markers to make their works colorful and cheerful.

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 11th - 15th from 9am -11:00 am

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Basketball Skills Camp - Boys & Girls K-12
Basketball Skills Camp (Boys & Girls K-12)

See the attached flyer for more details.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

All Day Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Team Camp
Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Team Camp

Please see the attached flyer for more details.
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM Tennis Camp (for boys & girls ages 6-17)
20th Annual Tennis Camp
June 11th - 14th
For Boys & Girls ages 6-17

See the attached flyer for more details.
Indoor Tennis Court Bldg. @ Valley of Sports - (Indoor Tennis Courts)
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM 2018 AITG Drawing for Kids

2018 AITG Drawing for Kids (Grades 1-5/Ages 6-12)

Students will learn artistic observation and composition and techniques in shading and perspective through fun drawing activities. We will sometimes go out to find natural objects (such as plants and stones) and draw them with careful observation. They will draw many fun subjects such as animals, memories from summer, and imaginary adventures to create unique abstract art using simple methods. Students will use colored pencils, crayons, pastels and markers to make their works colorful and cheerful.

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 11th - 15th from 9am -11:00 am

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Basketball Skills Camp - Boys & Girls K-12
Basketball Skills Camp (Boys & Girls K-12)

See the attached flyer for more details.
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 10 Minute Play Festival
10 Minute Play Festival - free to view
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Arnold Auditorium)

Friday, June 15, 2018

All Day Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Team Camp
Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Team Camp

Please see the attached flyer for more details.
All Day Mountain Heritage Literary Festival

The Mountain Heritage Literary Festival is an annual gathering of writers at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee. Every year writers gather at the ancient and beloved Cumberland Gap to celebrate writing, music, and Appalachian heritage. Events include workshops, panels, readings, concerts, lectures, open mic, and more.

This year the festival will be held June 15th through June 17th.

Full registration includes housing and meals as well as festival registration. A non-residential option is also available

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM 2018 AITG Drawing for Kids

2018 AITG Drawing for Kids (Grades 1-5/Ages 6-12)

Students will learn artistic observation and composition and techniques in shading and perspective through fun drawing activities. We will sometimes go out to find natural objects (such as plants and stones) and draw them with careful observation. They will draw many fun subjects such as animals, memories from summer, and imaginary adventures to create unique abstract art using simple methods. Students will use colored pencils, crayons, pastels and markers to make their works colorful and cheerful.

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 11th - 15th from 9am -11:00 am

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Mountain Heritage Literary Festival

The Mountain Heritage Literary Festival is an annual gathering of writers at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee. Every year writers gather at the ancient and beloved Cumberland Gap to celebrate writing, music, and Appalachian heritage. Events include workshops, panels, readings, concerts, lectures, open mic, and more.

This year the festival will be held June 15th through June 17th.

Full registration includes housing and meals as well as festival registration. A non-residential option is also available

All Day Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Team Camp
Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Team Camp

Please see the attached flyer for more details.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM DCOM Class of 2020 White Coat Ceremony
DCOM Class of 2020 White Coat Ceremony
Tex Turner Arena TURN) - (Arena Floor, Seating & Bleachers)

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Mountain Heritage Literary Festival

The Mountain Heritage Literary Festival is an annual gathering of writers at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee. Every year writers gather at the ancient and beloved Cumberland Gap to celebrate writing, music, and Appalachian heritage. Events include workshops, panels, readings, concerts, lectures, open mic, and more.

This year the festival will be held June 15th through June 17th.

Full registration includes housing and meals as well as festival registration. A non-residential option is also available

All Day 2018 Gap Creek Writers Studio

Cumberland Gap Writers Studio is a writing retreat scheduled June 17-22, 2018 at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, immediately following the LMU Mountain Heritage Literary Festival. This studio experience is about getting the work done—giving you time and space to write without distraction. And what better time to do that than after a weekend of inspiration from a host of excellent workshops, panels and presentations lead by gifted writers in an encouraging atmosphere?

Participation in MHLF is not required to attend Cumberland Gap Writers Studio.

Bring a project you're working on or start a new one here. The idea is to be productive in the company of supportive writers and advisers and give yourself the quiet time you need to dig in.

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop

Monday, June 18, 2018

All Day 2018 Gap Creek Writers Studio

Cumberland Gap Writers Studio is a writing retreat scheduled June 17-22, 2018 at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, immediately following the LMU Mountain Heritage Literary Festival. This studio experience is about getting the work done—giving you time and space to write without distraction. And what better time to do that than after a weekend of inspiration from a host of excellent workshops, panels and presentations lead by gifted writers in an encouraging atmosphere?

Participation in MHLF is not required to attend Cumberland Gap Writers Studio.

Bring a project you're working on or start a new one here. The idea is to be productive in the company of supportive writers and advisers and give yourself the quiet time you need to dig in.

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM 2018 AITG Fine Arts Camp: THEATRE

In this week long day camp for High School students, LMU Theatre Professor Joe Gill will lead participants through all aspects of theatre, from writing to final performance. Participants will learn to write their own work inspired by their life and perspectives, and will be introduced to styles of performance (the Six Viewpoints). Mornings will be dedicated to voice, breath and movement, while afternoons will be spent creating an originally devised piece of work (written and performed by participants) to be presented at camps end.

This program allows students to: build social skills, practice critical thinking, enhance emotional awareness, verbally articulate and express their thoughts effectively, explore working in ensembles, exercise collaboration and build self-confidence.

This day camp is open to current and recently graduated high school students (grades 9-12+).

This day camp runs from June 18 through the 22nd.

Each session begins at 9AM and ends at 3PM.

Participants will showcase their works Friday the 22nd

LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM 2018 AITG Painting for Teens

AITG is proud to offer Painting for Teens as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

Students will begin by learning basic color theory to create brightly colored paintings. Then they will learn observation and composition skills, shading, and perspective through fun painting projects (crayon resist painting, salt effect painting, etc.). If time permits, students will be able to paint subjects related to their interests (animals, pets, favorite place, summer memories, imaginary adventures, etc.). We will use acrylic and water color paints.

This class is open to 7-12 graders & young adults (ages 13+).

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th -22nd from 9:00am -11:30 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM 2018 AITG Printmaking Day Camp

AITG is proud to offer the Printmaking class as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

This is Printmaking class for 9-12 graders & young adults (ages 13+).

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th - 22nd from 9am -11:30 am.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff, a former special education teacher and current Lincoln Memorial University professor in
Education, is leading in Plein Air Painting workshop this summer. Casey has a Bachelor of Fine Art degree and
Master of Fine Art degree in painting and printmaking.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Jewelry Studio)
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Youth Baseball Camp
Youth Baseball Camp (ages 5-12)

See the attached flyer for more details.

Lamar Hennon Baseball Complex @ Valley of Sports - (Field)
9:30 AM - 3:30 PM 2018 AITG Stone Sculpture Workshop

AITG is proud to offer this new program for the Summer of 2018. This 20 studio-hour workshop will introduce participants to the amazing world of direct stone carving! No previous experience is necessary. New and experienced sculptors will find an opportunity to considerably heighten their skill level and insight. This workshop is open to High School age students to Adults. 

WHAT'S AVAILABLE TO YOU
Participants will learn Stone Sculpting skills and techniques. You will personally design and complete a hand-held, intimate sculpture made of soapstone. Instruction will include all steps of the carving process from beginning to end. All tools and materials will be provided. Additional information will also be provided to encourage and enable participants to continue to create stone sculptures on their own.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Ceramic Studio)
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM 2018 Fine Arts Camp: Drawing for Teens

AITG is proud to offer the Drawing class as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

Students will start by drawing a still life with fruit, flowers, vase and teapot to master basic shading techniques, observation and composition skills. We will also draw a landscape to learn two-point perspective. Students will create a composition related to their interests such as pets, human portraits and cartoons. Pencils, charcoal, sharpies, black ink and pastels will be used in the class.

This class is open to 7-12 graders & young adults (age 13+)

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th -22nd from 12:30-3:00pm

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM 2018 Plein Air Painting Class (Adults)

AITG is proud to offer the 2018 Plein Air Painting for Adults with Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff.

Casey is leading this Plein Air Painting workshop where participants will learn to look at the environment to draw
inspiration for their complete, ready-to-bring-home piece.

This workshop runs June 18th -22nd

from 5-7pm.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

All Day 2018 Gap Creek Writers Studio

Cumberland Gap Writers Studio is a writing retreat scheduled June 17-22, 2018 at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, immediately following the LMU Mountain Heritage Literary Festival. This studio experience is about getting the work done—giving you time and space to write without distraction. And what better time to do that than after a weekend of inspiration from a host of excellent workshops, panels and presentations lead by gifted writers in an encouraging atmosphere?

Participation in MHLF is not required to attend Cumberland Gap Writers Studio.

Bring a project you're working on or start a new one here. The idea is to be productive in the company of supportive writers and advisers and give yourself the quiet time you need to dig in.

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM 2018 AITG Fine Arts Camp: THEATRE

In this week long day camp for High School students, LMU Theatre Professor Joe Gill will lead participants through all aspects of theatre, from writing to final performance. Participants will learn to write their own work inspired by their life and perspectives, and will be introduced to styles of performance (the Six Viewpoints). Mornings will be dedicated to voice, breath and movement, while afternoons will be spent creating an originally devised piece of work (written and performed by participants) to be presented at camps end.

This program allows students to: build social skills, practice critical thinking, enhance emotional awareness, verbally articulate and express their thoughts effectively, explore working in ensembles, exercise collaboration and build self-confidence.

This day camp is open to current and recently graduated high school students (grades 9-12+).

This day camp runs from June 18 through the 22nd.

Each session begins at 9AM and ends at 3PM.

Participants will showcase their works Friday the 22nd

LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM 2018 AITG Painting for Teens

AITG is proud to offer Painting for Teens as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

Students will begin by learning basic color theory to create brightly colored paintings. Then they will learn observation and composition skills, shading, and perspective through fun painting projects (crayon resist painting, salt effect painting, etc.). If time permits, students will be able to paint subjects related to their interests (animals, pets, favorite place, summer memories, imaginary adventures, etc.). We will use acrylic and water color paints.

This class is open to 7-12 graders & young adults (ages 13+).

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th -22nd from 9:00am -11:30 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM 2018 AITG Printmaking Day Camp

AITG is proud to offer the Printmaking class as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

This is Printmaking class for 9-12 graders & young adults (ages 13+).

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th - 22nd from 9am -11:30 am.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff, a former special education teacher and current Lincoln Memorial University professor in
Education, is leading in Plein Air Painting workshop this summer. Casey has a Bachelor of Fine Art degree and
Master of Fine Art degree in painting and printmaking.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Jewelry Studio)
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 1
Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 1

For more details see the attached flyer.
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Youth Baseball Camp
Youth Baseball Camp (ages 5-12)

See the attached flyer for more details.

Lamar Hennon Baseball Complex @ Valley of Sports - (Field)
9:30 AM - 3:30 PM 2018 AITG Stone Sculpture Workshop

AITG is proud to offer this new program for the Summer of 2018. This 20 studio-hour workshop will introduce participants to the amazing world of direct stone carving! No previous experience is necessary. New and experienced sculptors will find an opportunity to considerably heighten their skill level and insight. This workshop is open to High School age students to Adults. 

WHAT'S AVAILABLE TO YOU
Participants will learn Stone Sculpting skills and techniques. You will personally design and complete a hand-held, intimate sculpture made of soapstone. Instruction will include all steps of the carving process from beginning to end. All tools and materials will be provided. Additional information will also be provided to encourage and enable participants to continue to create stone sculptures on their own.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Ceramic Studio)
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Dorothy Kincaid $1 Million Matching Challenge
Dorothy Kincaid $1 Million Matching Challenge for the Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum
Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Parking Lot Area)
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM 2018 Fine Arts Camp: Drawing for Teens

AITG is proud to offer the Drawing class as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

Students will start by drawing a still life with fruit, flowers, vase and teapot to master basic shading techniques, observation and composition skills. We will also draw a landscape to learn two-point perspective. Students will create a composition related to their interests such as pets, human portraits and cartoons. Pencils, charcoal, sharpies, black ink and pastels will be used in the class.

This class is open to 7-12 graders & young adults (age 13+)

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th -22nd from 12:30-3:00pm

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM 2018 Plein Air Painting Class (Adults)

AITG is proud to offer the 2018 Plein Air Painting for Adults with Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff.

Casey is leading this Plein Air Painting workshop where participants will learn to look at the environment to draw
inspiration for their complete, ready-to-bring-home piece.

This workshop runs June 18th -22nd

from 5-7pm.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

All Day 2018 Gap Creek Writers Studio

Cumberland Gap Writers Studio is a writing retreat scheduled June 17-22, 2018 at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, immediately following the LMU Mountain Heritage Literary Festival. This studio experience is about getting the work done—giving you time and space to write without distraction. And what better time to do that than after a weekend of inspiration from a host of excellent workshops, panels and presentations lead by gifted writers in an encouraging atmosphere?

Participation in MHLF is not required to attend Cumberland Gap Writers Studio.

Bring a project you're working on or start a new one here. The idea is to be productive in the company of supportive writers and advisers and give yourself the quiet time you need to dig in.

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM 2018 AITG Fine Arts Camp: THEATRE

In this week long day camp for High School students, LMU Theatre Professor Joe Gill will lead participants through all aspects of theatre, from writing to final performance. Participants will learn to write their own work inspired by their life and perspectives, and will be introduced to styles of performance (the Six Viewpoints). Mornings will be dedicated to voice, breath and movement, while afternoons will be spent creating an originally devised piece of work (written and performed by participants) to be presented at camps end.

This program allows students to: build social skills, practice critical thinking, enhance emotional awareness, verbally articulate and express their thoughts effectively, explore working in ensembles, exercise collaboration and build self-confidence.

This day camp is open to current and recently graduated high school students (grades 9-12+).

This day camp runs from June 18 through the 22nd.

Each session begins at 9AM and ends at 3PM.

Participants will showcase their works Friday the 22nd

LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM 2018 AITG Painting for Teens

AITG is proud to offer Painting for Teens as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

Students will begin by learning basic color theory to create brightly colored paintings. Then they will learn observation and composition skills, shading, and perspective through fun painting projects (crayon resist painting, salt effect painting, etc.). If time permits, students will be able to paint subjects related to their interests (animals, pets, favorite place, summer memories, imaginary adventures, etc.). We will use acrylic and water color paints.

This class is open to 7-12 graders & young adults (ages 13+).

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th -22nd from 9:00am -11:30 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM 2018 AITG Printmaking Day Camp

AITG is proud to offer the Printmaking class as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

This is Printmaking class for 9-12 graders & young adults (ages 13+).

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th - 22nd from 9am -11:30 am.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff, a former special education teacher and current Lincoln Memorial University professor in
Education, is leading in Plein Air Painting workshop this summer. Casey has a Bachelor of Fine Art degree and
Master of Fine Art degree in painting and printmaking.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Jewelry Studio)
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 1
Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 1

For more details see the attached flyer.
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Youth Baseball Camp
Youth Baseball Camp (ages 5-12)

See the attached flyer for more details.

Lamar Hennon Baseball Complex @ Valley of Sports - (Field)
9:30 AM - 3:30 PM 2018 AITG Stone Sculpture Workshop

AITG is proud to offer this new program for the Summer of 2018. This 20 studio-hour workshop will introduce participants to the amazing world of direct stone carving! No previous experience is necessary. New and experienced sculptors will find an opportunity to considerably heighten their skill level and insight. This workshop is open to High School age students to Adults. 

WHAT'S AVAILABLE TO YOU
Participants will learn Stone Sculpting skills and techniques. You will personally design and complete a hand-held, intimate sculpture made of soapstone. Instruction will include all steps of the carving process from beginning to end. All tools and materials will be provided. Additional information will also be provided to encourage and enable participants to continue to create stone sculptures on their own.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Ceramic Studio)
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM 2018 Fine Arts Camp: Drawing for Teens

AITG is proud to offer the Drawing class as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

Students will start by drawing a still life with fruit, flowers, vase and teapot to master basic shading techniques, observation and composition skills. We will also draw a landscape to learn two-point perspective. Students will create a composition related to their interests such as pets, human portraits and cartoons. Pencils, charcoal, sharpies, black ink and pastels will be used in the class.

This class is open to 7-12 graders & young adults (age 13+)

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th -22nd from 12:30-3:00pm

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM 2018 Plein Air Painting Class (Adults)

AITG is proud to offer the 2018 Plein Air Painting for Adults with Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff.

Casey is leading this Plein Air Painting workshop where participants will learn to look at the environment to draw
inspiration for their complete, ready-to-bring-home piece.

This workshop runs June 18th -22nd

from 5-7pm.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)

Thursday, June 21, 2018

All Day 2018 Gap Creek Writers Studio

Cumberland Gap Writers Studio is a writing retreat scheduled June 17-22, 2018 at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, immediately following the LMU Mountain Heritage Literary Festival. This studio experience is about getting the work done—giving you time and space to write without distraction. And what better time to do that than after a weekend of inspiration from a host of excellent workshops, panels and presentations lead by gifted writers in an encouraging atmosphere?

Participation in MHLF is not required to attend Cumberland Gap Writers Studio.

Bring a project you're working on or start a new one here. The idea is to be productive in the company of supportive writers and advisers and give yourself the quiet time you need to dig in.

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM 2018 AITG Fine Arts Camp: THEATRE

In this week long day camp for High School students, LMU Theatre Professor Joe Gill will lead participants through all aspects of theatre, from writing to final performance. Participants will learn to write their own work inspired by their life and perspectives, and will be introduced to styles of performance (the Six Viewpoints). Mornings will be dedicated to voice, breath and movement, while afternoons will be spent creating an originally devised piece of work (written and performed by participants) to be presented at camps end.

This program allows students to: build social skills, practice critical thinking, enhance emotional awareness, verbally articulate and express their thoughts effectively, explore working in ensembles, exercise collaboration and build self-confidence.

This day camp is open to current and recently graduated high school students (grades 9-12+).

This day camp runs from June 18 through the 22nd.

Each session begins at 9AM and ends at 3PM.

Participants will showcase their works Friday the 22nd

LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM 2018 AITG Painting for Teens

AITG is proud to offer Painting for Teens as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

Students will begin by learning basic color theory to create brightly colored paintings. Then they will learn observation and composition skills, shading, and perspective through fun painting projects (crayon resist painting, salt effect painting, etc.). If time permits, students will be able to paint subjects related to their interests (animals, pets, favorite place, summer memories, imaginary adventures, etc.). We will use acrylic and water color paints.

This class is open to 7-12 graders & young adults (ages 13+).

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th -22nd from 9:00am -11:30 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM 2018 AITG Printmaking Day Camp

AITG is proud to offer the Printmaking class as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

This is Printmaking class for 9-12 graders & young adults (ages 13+).

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th - 22nd from 9am -11:30 am.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff, a former special education teacher and current Lincoln Memorial University professor in
Education, is leading in Plein Air Painting workshop this summer. Casey has a Bachelor of Fine Art degree and
Master of Fine Art degree in painting and printmaking.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Jewelry Studio)
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Youth Baseball Camp
Youth Baseball Camp (ages 5-12)

See the attached flyer for more details.

Lamar Hennon Baseball Complex @ Valley of Sports - (Field)
9:30 AM - 3:30 PM 2018 AITG Stone Sculpture Workshop

AITG is proud to offer this new program for the Summer of 2018. This 20 studio-hour workshop will introduce participants to the amazing world of direct stone carving! No previous experience is necessary. New and experienced sculptors will find an opportunity to considerably heighten their skill level and insight. This workshop is open to High School age students to Adults. 

WHAT'S AVAILABLE TO YOU
Participants will learn Stone Sculpting skills and techniques. You will personally design and complete a hand-held, intimate sculpture made of soapstone. Instruction will include all steps of the carving process from beginning to end. All tools and materials will be provided. Additional information will also be provided to encourage and enable participants to continue to create stone sculptures on their own.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Ceramic Studio)
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM 2018 Fine Arts Camp: Drawing for Teens

AITG is proud to offer the Drawing class as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

Students will start by drawing a still life with fruit, flowers, vase and teapot to master basic shading techniques, observation and composition skills. We will also draw a landscape to learn two-point perspective. Students will create a composition related to their interests such as pets, human portraits and cartoons. Pencils, charcoal, sharpies, black ink and pastels will be used in the class.

This class is open to 7-12 graders & young adults (age 13+)

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th -22nd from 12:30-3:00pm

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM 2018 Plein Air Painting Class (Adults)

AITG is proud to offer the 2018 Plein Air Painting for Adults with Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff.

Casey is leading this Plein Air Painting workshop where participants will learn to look at the environment to draw
inspiration for their complete, ready-to-bring-home piece.

This workshop runs June 18th -22nd

from 5-7pm.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Claiborne County Election Forum - Mayor
Claiborne County Election Forum - Mayor
in Tex Turner Arena
Tex Turner Arena TURN) - (Arena Floor, Seating & Bleachers)

Friday, June 22, 2018

All Day 2018 Gap Creek Writers Studio

Cumberland Gap Writers Studio is a writing retreat scheduled June 17-22, 2018 at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, immediately following the LMU Mountain Heritage Literary Festival. This studio experience is about getting the work done—giving you time and space to write without distraction. And what better time to do that than after a weekend of inspiration from a host of excellent workshops, panels and presentations lead by gifted writers in an encouraging atmosphere?

Participation in MHLF is not required to attend Cumberland Gap Writers Studio.

Bring a project you're working on or start a new one here. The idea is to be productive in the company of supportive writers and advisers and give yourself the quiet time you need to dig in.

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM New Student Registration

New Student Registration is a key step for those who are ready to begin their Railsplitter journey and is the day you officially become a student at LMU! New LMU students will register for courses, discuss Financial Aid questions, learn about valuable student resources, meet academic program faculty, meet our Lincoln Ambassadors, and so much more! Your guests will also have a chance to learn more about LMU, ask questions, and get to know our helpful staff.

To register for this event, click here, then select "New Student Registration," and the NSR date of your choice!

Additional details will be sent to your email prior to NSR. For questions regarding NSR, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (Admissions@LMUnet.edu).

 

Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (100 Auditorium)
8:00 AM - 3:30 PM New Student Registration
New Student Registration
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (300-A (3rd floor Student Lounge))
Hamilton Math & Science Building (MANS) - (300-B Dining Area)
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM 2018 AITG Fine Arts Camp: THEATRE

In this week long day camp for High School students, LMU Theatre Professor Joe Gill will lead participants through all aspects of theatre, from writing to final performance. Participants will learn to write their own work inspired by their life and perspectives, and will be introduced to styles of performance (the Six Viewpoints). Mornings will be dedicated to voice, breath and movement, while afternoons will be spent creating an originally devised piece of work (written and performed by participants) to be presented at camps end.

This program allows students to: build social skills, practice critical thinking, enhance emotional awareness, verbally articulate and express their thoughts effectively, explore working in ensembles, exercise collaboration and build self-confidence.

This day camp is open to current and recently graduated high school students (grades 9-12+).

This day camp runs from June 18 through the 22nd.

Each session begins at 9AM and ends at 3PM.

Participants will showcase their works Friday the 22nd

LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM 2018 AITG Painting for Teens

AITG is proud to offer Painting for Teens as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

Students will begin by learning basic color theory to create brightly colored paintings. Then they will learn observation and composition skills, shading, and perspective through fun painting projects (crayon resist painting, salt effect painting, etc.). If time permits, students will be able to paint subjects related to their interests (animals, pets, favorite place, summer memories, imaginary adventures, etc.). We will use acrylic and water color paints.

This class is open to 7-12 graders & young adults (ages 13+).

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th -22nd from 9:00am -11:30 am.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM 2018 AITG Printmaking Day Camp

AITG is proud to offer the Printmaking class as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

This is Printmaking class for 9-12 graders & young adults (ages 13+).

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th - 22nd from 9am -11:30 am.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff, a former special education teacher and current Lincoln Memorial University professor in
Education, is leading in Plein Air Painting workshop this summer. Casey has a Bachelor of Fine Art degree and
Master of Fine Art degree in painting and printmaking.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Jewelry Studio)
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 2
Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 2

For more details see the attached flyer.
12:30 PM - 3:00 PM 2018 Fine Arts Camp: Drawing for Teens

AITG is proud to offer the Drawing class as part of our 2018 Fine Arts Camp at LMU.

Students will start by drawing a still life with fruit, flowers, vase and teapot to master basic shading techniques, observation and composition skills. We will also draw a landscape to learn two-point perspective. Students will create a composition related to their interests such as pets, human portraits and cartoons. Pencils, charcoal, sharpies, black ink and pastels will be used in the class.

This class is open to 7-12 graders & young adults (age 13+)

Beginners and intermediate levels are all welcome!

Class runs June 18th -22nd from 12:30-3:00pm

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM 2018 Plein Air Painting Class (Adults)

AITG is proud to offer the 2018 Plein Air Painting for Adults with Joseph “Casey” Cosgriff.

Casey is leading this Plein Air Painting workshop where participants will learn to look at the environment to draw
inspiration for their complete, ready-to-bring-home piece.

This workshop runs June 18th -22nd

from 5-7pm.

Paul V. Hamilton Center for the Arts - (Art Studio)

Saturday, June 23, 2018

All Day Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
Appalachian Young Writers Workshop
All Day Poet Boot Camp

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.

All Day Writing to Heal with Abigail DeWitt

The artist Georges Braque wrote, “Art is a wound turned into light,” and the poet Mark Doty asked, “What is healing but a shift in perspective?” In this workshop, we’ll explore a specific set of writing exercises you can use to expand your capacity for healing or simply to deepen your writing practice. Several of the techniques come from a course in Expressive Writing taught at the Duke University Center for Integrative Medicine; others are ones I’ve developed over thirty years of teaching fiction and memoir. Put together, the exercises allow us to experience both memory and the present moment in new ways and to discover how we can use shifts in point-of-view to transform our lives. Everyone is welcome—this is a class for writers and non-writers alike.

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 2
Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 2

For more details see the attached flyer.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM PA White Coat Ceremony
Physician Assistant Program White Coat Ceremony
in Tex Turner Arena
Tex Turner Arena TURN) - (Arena Floor, Seating & Bleachers)
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Cumberland Mountain Music Show
Cumberland Mountain Music Show
A family-friendly show held monthly in the LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center located near the spot where Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia come together.  The show features gospel, bluegrass and country music along with down-home comedy.

To reserve seats or buy season tickets, contact Debbie Gulley at (423) 441-2610

NOTE: Dates are subject to change. For updates, check back at this site a month in advance or visit the Cumberland Mountain Music Show Facebook page as well as the Steve Gulley Facebook page or check the dates anytime at www.stevegulley.com.

LMU-Cumberland Gap Convention Center (CGCC) - (CGCC)

Sunday, June 24, 2018

All Day Poet Boot Camp

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.

All Day Writing to Heal with Abigail DeWitt

The artist Georges Braque wrote, “Art is a wound turned into light,” and the poet Mark Doty asked, “What is healing but a shift in perspective?” In this workshop, we’ll explore a specific set of writing exercises you can use to expand your capacity for healing or simply to deepen your writing practice. Several of the techniques come from a course in Expressive Writing taught at the Duke University Center for Integrative Medicine; others are ones I’ve developed over thirty years of teaching fiction and memoir. Put together, the exercises allow us to experience both memory and the present moment in new ways and to discover how we can use shifts in point-of-view to transform our lives. Everyone is welcome—this is a class for writers and non-writers alike.

5:00 PM - 9:00 PM (Cancelled) Boys Soccer Team Residential Camp
Boys Soccer Team Residential Camp - June 24 to June 27

The purpose of the camp is to detect talented players to play at the college level, as well as to develop the skills and fundamentals of soccer. A lot of emphasis is placed on touch, possession and ball control, corner stones of the Brazilian Style. The camp also serves as a pre-season tool for high school teams, and an opportunity to develop their team chemistry. Individual campers are placed in groups serving as teams for the sessions and games. The sessions will be technical in the morning, tactical in the afternoon, and application games in the evening.
LMU Soccer Complex (SOCC) - (Field & Clubhouse)
Track & Field - (Intramural Field)

Monday, June 25, 2018

All Day Poet Boot Camp

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.

All Day Writing to Heal with Abigail DeWitt

The artist Georges Braque wrote, “Art is a wound turned into light,” and the poet Mark Doty asked, “What is healing but a shift in perspective?” In this workshop, we’ll explore a specific set of writing exercises you can use to expand your capacity for healing or simply to deepen your writing practice. Several of the techniques come from a course in Expressive Writing taught at the Duke University Center for Integrative Medicine; others are ones I’ve developed over thirty years of teaching fiction and memoir. Put together, the exercises allow us to experience both memory and the present moment in new ways and to discover how we can use shifts in point-of-view to transform our lives. Everyone is welcome—this is a class for writers and non-writers alike.

7:30 AM - 9:00 PM (Cancelled) Boys Soccer Team Residential Camp
Boys Soccer Team Residential Camp - June 24 to June 27

The purpose of the camp is to detect talented players to play at the college level, as well as to develop the skills and fundamentals of soccer. A lot of emphasis is placed on touch, possession and ball control, corner stones of the Brazilian Style. The camp also serves as a pre-season tool for high school teams, and an opportunity to develop their team chemistry. Individual campers are placed in groups serving as teams for the sessions and games. The sessions will be technical in the morning, tactical in the afternoon, and application games in the evening.
LMU Soccer Complex (SOCC) - (Field & Clubhouse)
Track & Field - (Intramural Field)
9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 3
Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 3

For more details see the attached flyer.
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Using National History Day in the Classroom Teacher Workshop

The Abraham Lincoln Library and Museum is happy to provide research, development, and technical support to teachers who are participating in National History Day (NHD). During Summer 2018, we will hold three, free professional development workshops for teachers who seek to use the Museum to guide their students with their National History Day Projects.

Each workshop is two hours in length. Participating teachers will receive a Certificate of Participation (not a university credit or CEU) at the end of the workshop. Homeschool teachers and student teachers are welcome. Registration for this event is required. If you have any questions, please contact Program Coordinator Natalie Sweet at 423-869-6607.

Abraham Lincoln Library & Museum (MUSE) - (Arnold Auditorium)
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

All Day Poet Boot Camp

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.

All Day Writing to Heal with Abigail DeWitt

The artist Georges Braque wrote, “Art is a wound turned into light,” and the poet Mark Doty asked, “What is healing but a shift in perspective?” In this workshop, we’ll explore a specific set of writing exercises you can use to expand your capacity for healing or simply to deepen your writing practice. Several of the techniques come from a course in Expressive Writing taught at the Duke University Center for Integrative Medicine; others are ones I’ve developed over thirty years of teaching fiction and memoir. Put together, the exercises allow us to experience both memory and the present moment in new ways and to discover how we can use shifts in point-of-view to transform our lives. Everyone is welcome—this is a class for writers and non-writers alike.

7:30 AM - 9:00 PM (Cancelled) Boys Soccer Team Residential Camp
Boys Soccer Team Residential Camp - June 24 to June 27

The purpose of the camp is to detect talented players to play at the college level, as well as to develop the skills and fundamentals of soccer. A lot of emphasis is placed on touch, possession and ball control, corner stones of the Brazilian Style. The camp also serves as a pre-season tool for high school teams, and an opportunity to develop their team chemistry. Individual campers are placed in groups serving as teams for the sessions and games. The sessions will be technical in the morning, tactical in the afternoon, and application games in the evening.
LMU Soccer Complex (SOCC) - (Field & Clubhouse)
Track & Field - (Intramural Field)
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 3
Krystal Evans Women's Basketball 2018 Elite Camps - Session 3

For more details see the attached flyer.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

All Day Poet Boot Camp

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.

All Day Writing to Heal with Abigail DeWitt

The artist Georges Braque wrote, “Art is a wound turned into light,” and the poet Mark Doty asked, “What is healing but a shift in perspective?” In this workshop, we’ll explore a specific set of writing exercises you can use to expand your capacity for healing or simply to deepen your writing practice. Several of the techniques come from a course in Expressive Writing taught at the Duke University Center for Integrative Medicine; others are ones I’ve developed over thirty years of teaching fiction and memoir. Put together, the exercises allow us to experience both memory and the present moment in new ways and to discover how we can use shifts in point-of-view to transform our lives. Everyone is welcome—this is a class for writers and non-writers alike.

7:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Cancelled) Boys Soccer Team Residential Camp
Boys Soccer Team Residential Camp - June 24 to June 27

The purpose of the camp is to detect talented players to play at the college level, as well as to develop the skills and fundamentals of soccer. A lot of emphasis is placed on touch, possession and ball control, corner stones of the Brazilian Style. The camp also serves as a pre-season tool for high school teams, and an opportunity to develop their team chemistry. Individual campers are placed in groups serving as teams for the sessions and games. The sessions will be technical in the morning, tactical in the afternoon, and application games in the evening.
LMU Soccer Complex (SOCC) - (Field & Clubhouse)
Track & Field - (Intramural Field)

Thursday, June 28, 2018

All Day Poet Boot Camp

You've made the time, now it's time to generate new poems. This workshop is designed for those who are interested in creating work in a community of thoughtful and excited writers who want to get work done. We will meet each morning and write together, exchange ideas, and try various prompts and techniques. After each morning session, you will get copious amounts of time to chase any ideas generated in the morning session and use the precious time you've set aside to write. In the evenings, after dinner, we will reconvene and share our work with the group. This will be a time of celebrating the work you make and seeing what the group finds to be the most engaging parts of your creations. Toward the end of the week, we will engage in one workshop where each participant (who is willing) will get feedback on their poems in a supportive, constructive environment. My hope is that you will leave with a few new poems and a lot of invigorating ideas.

All Day Writing to Heal with Abigail DeWitt

The artist Georges Braque wrote, “Art is a wound turned into light,” and the poet Mark Doty asked, “What is healing but a shift in perspective?” In this workshop, we’ll explore a specific set of writing exercises you can use to expand your capacity for healing or simply to deepen your writing practice. Several of the techniques come from a course in Expressive Writing taught at the Duke University Center for Integrative Medicine; others are ones I’ve developed over thirty years of teaching fiction and memoir. Put together, the exercises allow us to experience both memory and the present moment in new ways and to discover how we can use shifts in point-of-view to transform our lives. Everyone is welcome—this is a class for writers and non-writers alike.

Saturday, June 30, 2018

Start Day Remote Area Medical (RAM) Clinic (Multi-Day Event)
No Insurance or ID needed!! Open to everyone, in every state!

Remote Area Medical will hold a mobile medical clinic on June 30-July 1 at Tex Turner Arena. Numbered tickets will be distributed on a first come, first served basis beginning at 3 a.m. The clinic doors will open at 6 a.m. each day.

RAM offers FREE high-quality vision, dental, and medical services. No insurance or identification is required. This event is free and open to the public!

Have an animal you want to get checked? As long as you are receiving services at the RAM medical clinic, so can your pets!!
Tex Turner Arena TURN) - (Arena Floor, Seating & Bleachers)
Tex Turner Arena TURN) - (Upper Concourse)

Sunday, July 01, 2018

End Day Remote Area Medical (RAM) Clinic (Multi-Day Event)
No Insurance or ID needed!! Open to everyone, in every state!

Remote Area Medical will hold a mobile medical clinic on June 30-July 1 at Tex Turner Arena. Numbered tickets will be distributed on a first come, first served basis beginning at 3 a.m. The clinic doors will open at 6 a.m. each day.

RAM offers FREE high-quality vision, dental, and medical services. No insurance or identification is required. This event is free and open to the public!

Have an animal you want to get checked? As long as you are receiving services at the RAM medical clinic, so can your pets!!
Tex Turner Arena TURN) - (Arena Floor, Seating & Bleachers)
Tex Turner Arena TURN) - (Upper Concourse)

Monday, July 02, 2018

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)

Wednesday, July 04, 2018

Independence Day

Sunday, July 08, 2018

All Day 2018 Acoustic Music Week with Steve Gulley and Friends

Acoustic Music Week is the vision of internationally-known musician, recording artist and producer Steve Gulley. “This is the fruition of a life-long dream,” says Gulley. “I’ve wanted to bring some of my award-winning musical friends to the beloved mountain home here in the tri-state area of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia for a long time. It’s our chance to share the musical knowledge we’ve gained over our many ears of singing, playing, writing and performing all around the world.”

In this camp, world-class musicians work with participants in an intimate and friendly setting. We offer lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dobro, bass, singing and songwriting. We welcome intermediate and advanced musicians as well as beginners. Our participants so far have been 8 years old to over 70 years old. Don’t worry. Once you hit 70, we stop asking how old you are.

Monday, July 09, 2018

All Day 2018 Acoustic Music Week with Steve Gulley and Friends

Acoustic Music Week is the vision of internationally-known musician, recording artist and producer Steve Gulley. “This is the fruition of a life-long dream,” says Gulley. “I’ve wanted to bring some of my award-winning musical friends to the beloved mountain home here in the tri-state area of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia for a long time. It’s our chance to share the musical knowledge we’ve gained over our many ears of singing, playing, writing and performing all around the world.”

In this camp, world-class musicians work with participants in an intimate and friendly setting. We offer lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dobro, bass, singing and songwriting. We welcome intermediate and advanced musicians as well as beginners. Our participants so far have been 8 years old to over 70 years old. Don’t worry. Once you hit 70, we stop asking how old you are.

All Day Kids Soccer Camp
Kids Soccer Camp (8-12 years old)


6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Organic Gardening Meeting
Organic Gardening Weekly Meeting in the Organic Garden Center
Organic Garden Center (ORGB) - (OGC Kitchen/Classroom)

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Kids Soccer Camp
Kids Soccer Camp (8-12 years old)


All Day 2018 Acoustic Music Week with Steve Gulley and Friends

Acoustic Music Week is the vision of internationally-known musician, recording artist and producer Steve Gulley. “This is the fruition of a life-long dream,” says Gulley. “I’ve wanted to bring some of my award-winning musical friends to the beloved mountain home here in the tri-state area of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia for a long time. It’s our chance to share the musical knowledge we’ve gained over our many ears of singing, playing, writing and performing all around the world.”

In this camp, world-class musicians work with participants in an intimate and friendly setting. We offer lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dobro, bass, singing and songwriting. We welcome intermediate and advanced musicians as well as beginners. Our participants so far have been 8 years old to over 70 years old. Don’t worry. Once you hit 70, we stop asking how old you are.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Kids Soccer Camp
Kids Soccer Camp (8-12 years old)


All Day 2018 Acoustic Music Week with Steve Gulley and Friends

Acoustic Music Week is the vision of internationally-known musician, recording artist and producer Steve Gulley. “This is the fruition of a life-long dream,” says Gulley. “I’ve wanted to bring some of my award-winning musical friends to the beloved mountain home here in the tri-state area of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia for a long time. It’s our chance to share the musical knowledge we’ve gained over our many ears of singing, playing, writing and performing all around the world.”

In this camp, world-class musicians work with participants in an intimate and friendly setting. We offer lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dobro, bass, singing and songwriting. We welcome intermediate and advanced musicians as well as beginners. Our participants so far have been 8 years old to over 70 years old. Don’t worry. Once you hit 70, we stop asking how old you are.

Thursday, July 12, 2018

All Day 2018 Acoustic Music Week with Steve Gulley and Friends

Acoustic Music Week is the vision of internationally-known musician, recording artist and producer Steve Gulley. “This is the fruition of a life-long dream,” says Gulley. “I’ve wanted to bring some of my award-winning musical friends to the beloved mountain home here in the tri-state area of Tennessee, Kentucky, and Virginia for a long time. It’s our chance to share the musical knowledge we’ve gained over our many ears of singing, playing, writing and performing all around the world.”

In this camp, world-class musicians work with participants in an intimate and friendly setting. We offer lessons in guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin, dobro, bass, singing and songwriting. We welcome intermediate and advanced musicians as well as beginners. Our participants so far have been 8 years old to over 70 years old. Don’t worry. Once you hit 70, we stop asking how old you are.

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Appalachian Shakespeare Performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Appalchian Shakespeare Performances of "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
A re-working of Shakespeare's magical comedy

*Free to the public - bring chairs or blankets

The summer of 2018 continues with Joe Gill's production of Midsummer Nigth's Dream adapted by students of LMU's English Department under the supervisor of Dr. Natalie Spar.  The performance will be held at the LMU outside Amphitheatre through the Appalachian Shakespeare Project. July 12-14th 2018 at 6:30 pm.
Springhouse/Amphitheatre (SPGH) - (Amphitheatre)
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM LMU Family Night @ Sokies Stadium
Tickets will be going on sale SOON!
Join Lincoln Memorial University for Family Night at the Smokies 2018 on Thursday, July 12 at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $15 (ticket to game and a meal) or $9 (ticket only). For more information, please call 423.869.6353 or email alumni@LMUnet.edu.

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