The Howl-O-Ween Dog Costume Contest was gearing up when I arrived for the second weekend of History and Haunts in downtown Sevierville. Music and lawn games were already taking place too.
Contestants were preparing for the dog costume contest.
The Sevierville Commons Arts Council had a wonderful craft for young and old—masks!
These masks were made by artists and attendees at the event. Free fun for everyone. Don’t ever miss a ‘make-it-and-take it’ event by the Arts Council. So fun!
Waiting excitedly for the contest.
Several businesses were on hand to share information and prizes. I am pretty sure that I used this one a long time ago when I had a water leak in my apartment across town. I would definitely call them again.
There is a saying: No matter where you go, you can always find a sombrero. I loved this little dog. He is a rescue animal. His owner said that he is so good with people and other animals. My kind of pet!
When you have three dogs, a carriage seems to be a good idea. These pet owners were ready for the event with the cutest little costumes on their fur babies.
I asked this young man about the costume. He said that he found this lobster costume at a TJ Maxx. I need to go shopping there again for my pup next year.
The trophies were serious.
I loved Beagle Juice! I think that this pup may have won two awards. The first time that I have seen a dog wig. So funny.
All the winners lined up for the ‘Best of Show’ category.
I believe that one of the contest judges is quite a canine expert.
This vendor was certainly in the right place.
Dressed for the season and the contest. This pup was the best behaved, of course!
This vendor had info and it reminded me that it is time to make an appointment for a facial. The MediSpa has aesthetic and cosmetic treatments. The Sevierville location is 740 Middle Creek Rd, Suite 111. www.medispaknoxderm.com
It was fun to take home a little MediSpa goodie bag!
The gazebo area downtown is really special when the sun sets and I enjoy being there. The courthouse is illuminated in the distance.
I walked to my car to take one last picture of Dolly and the October night sky when …
I noticed a Smoky Mountain storyteller sitting nearby telling tales. I joined them to hear a few stories. Some sounded like real mountain tragedies that happened long ago. The lady held us spellbound with her tales and presentation. It was a perfect end to the History and Haunts second weekend.
But get ready…there is more!
This Saturday, October 19, will find zombies taking over the downtown area.
“Thriller” music video dance lesson at 5:00 p.m.
Zombie costume contest at 6:00 p.m..
A Zombie Walk downtown at 7:00 p.m. (so you won’t be surprised if you drive by or stop into Graze for dinner).
Zombie flash mob and Thriller dance at 8:00 p.m.
Starting at 5:00, the Sevierville Commons Arts Council will offer a ‘paint your own pumpkin’ activity that will decorate your home quite nicely for the rest of October. This craft will fun for everyone in the family.
A lot will be happening downtown on Saturday evening so come out to join the fun that only happens once a year.
See you out and about in Sevierville!