I rushed up Court Avenue and then to the gazebo area in order to connect with the farmers market last Friday. On my way home from a HIIT class, there were only a few minutes to spend there, but fresh produce was calling my name. As it turned out, I would return downtown at dusk to see what was going on with the Sevierville Commons sponsored movie. It was a busy day in downtown Sevierville so follow along to see what was bringing people downtown from morning to evening.
Tomatoes are in! Love the summertime for this reason. Hendersons always has good ones.
Danish and bagels for the sweet tooth. She often sells out by noon so get there early.
This cute little game on sale by one vendor was a bargain! I will get some next week —if there are any left.
We were able to sample one of the small Cherokee Purple tomatoes from this vendor; consequently, I took several home. Lots of flavor in a small package.
This is on my dining room table right now. Hard to pass up a bouquet from Sevier Blumen.
Around 8:30 p.m. it was almost dusk so I decided to go by and see the crowd for the outdoor movie. The selection for the evening was the “Lion King.”
We have no drive-in movie theaters in the county, but this was almost the next best thing. What a nice evening to sit outside to watch a movie with family and friends almost within the shadow of the courthouse.
Snacks were available for sale from the Relay For Life of Sevier County group. They said that they had sold out of certain things by the time that I got there so get there early next time!
There was a very good turnout for this movie. Thanks to Sevierville Commons for the opportunity to enjoy something free downtown with families.
I found some precious, hand-made items for sale at this table sponsored the Orbit Village Project. The figures of zebras, giraffes, and other African animals fit perfectly into the “Lion King” theme. I bought a giraffe figure that will sit on my desk to collect mail.
I have heard of the Orbit Village Project before and enjoyed looking at the information boards. What a wonderful work it is for everyone involved.
Finally, darkness settled and it was time for the show. Everyone seemed to settle in.
And then the magic began…