GATLINBURG, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Gatlinburg’s 16th Annual Taste of Autumn takes center stage with a new twist on tradition Tuesday, October 29 at the Gatlinburg Convention Center.
Evening events which feature cooking demonstrations by some of Gatlinburg’s top chefs with the assistance of local celebrities who will be will be judged for their culinary skills.
“Traditionally, Taste of Autumn is an excellent opportunity to sample some outstanding food and beverage offerings, support the United Way of Sevier County, and have a great time doing it,” comments Darrell Manis, Gatlinburg CVB Special Events Director.
One hundred percent of the proceeds from Taste of Autumn benefit the newly reorganized United Way of Sevier County.
The United Way of Sevier County focuses on improving lives by involving our communities to create lasting change in community conditions. Beneficiaries of United Way funding include the Boys & Girls Club of the Smoky Mountains and Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic.