EAST TENNESSEE (WVLT)-- If you are looking for something to do with the family this weekend there are several events in our area to enjoy.
If you're still hunting that perfect tree, then you may want to stop by the Fantasy of Trees.
The 29th annual event takes place at the Knoxville Convention Center.
Displays of 350 designer items, including decorated trees, holiday accessories and more all priced to sell. Plus, there's a gingerbread village, and of course the kids can get a picture with jolly ole' Saint Nick himself.
Festivities continue through Sunday.
If you're looking to relax and enjoy a show, we've got you covered.
Haul the family to the Clarence Brown Theater for their most popular production,
A Christmas Carol, the play continues through the end of December.
Children under 12 are ten dollars.
Want to incorporate a little exercise into your weekend activities?
The Oak Ridge Convention and Visitors Bureau is hosting the Secret City Half Marathon Health and Fitness Expo Saturday.
The event is free from noon to 6p.m.. Activities include a new 5K and 10K race Saturday morning at 7:30. The expo features nearly twenty local vendors, and is open to the public.
So it's that time of year again, ice skating, Knoxville's Holidays on Ice Kicked off Friday night in Downtown Market Square.
The city's only open air ice rink is open every day rain or shine in Market Square. Admission is 10 dollars for adults and 7 dollars for children twelve and under, which includes skate rental. Activities run through January fifth.