652 to YOU | Paducah-McCracken County, Kentucky
Aug
15
5:00 PM17:00

652 to YOU | Paducah-McCracken County, Kentucky


Join us on Thursday, August 15, 2019, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. CT at City Hall Building, located at 300 S 5th St, for 652 to YOU, our Paducah-McCracken County community engagement event. 652 to YOU will allow friends in the City of Paducah, McCracken County, or surrounding areas to share feedback and ideas through various interactive activities on the Tennessee RiverLine project. We invite all residents to attend, as your feedback is crucial, and it will guide the next steps of development for communities and the Tennessee RiverLine team.

Please RSVP for the event here.

The City of Paducah and McCracken County, Kentucky, were selected in May 2019 as one of five of the 2019 Tennessee RiverLine Pilot Communities. The Pilot Community program is an initiative of the Tennessee RiverLine Partnership designed to bring the expertise, ideas and insight of communities into the ongoing development of the Tennessee RiverLine. Read more about the Pilot Community Program.

The Tennessee RiverLine is a project for a 652-mile hiking, biking and paddling trail along the Tennessee River, stretching from Knoxville, Tennessee, to Paducah, Kentucky. The Tennessee RiverLine will serve as a catalyst for economic, social and environmental growth across four states while connecting communities and celebrating the history, beauty and diversity of the Tennessee River Valley. The project began as a vision in the UT School of Landscape Architecture, and since has transformed into a project including 25+ partners, such as the National Park Service, Tennessee State Parks and Tennessee Valley Authority and many more. Learn more about the Tennessee RiverLine.


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652 to YOU | Bridgeport, Alabama
Aug
8
5:00 PM17:00

652 to YOU | Bridgeport, Alabama

Join us on Thursday, August 8, 2019, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. CT at the Bridgeport Community Center, located at 411 Alabama Avenue, for 652 to YOU, our Bridgeport community engagement event. 652 to YOU will allow friends located in or near Bridgeport to share feedback and ideas through various interactive activities on the Tennessee RiverLine project. We invite all residents to attend, as your feedback is crucial, and it will guide the next steps of development for communities and the Tennessee RiverLine team.

Please RSVP for the event here.

Bridgeport, Alabama, was selected in May 2019 as one of five of the 2019 Tennessee RiverLine Pilot Communities. The Pilot Community program is an initiative of the Tennessee RiverLine Partnership designed to bring the expertise, ideas and insight of communities into the ongoing development of the Tennessee RiverLine.  Read more about the Pilot Community Program.

The Tennessee RiverLine is a project for a 652-mile hiking, biking and paddling trail along the Tennessee River, stretching from Knoxville, Tennessee, through Bridgeport, Alabama, to Paducah, Kentucky. The Tennessee RiverLine will serve as a catalyst for economic, social and environmental growth across four states while connecting communities and celebrating the history, beauty and diversity of the Tennessee River Valley. The project began as a vision in the UT School of Landscape Architecture, and since has transformed into a project including 25+ partners, such as the National Park Service, Tennessee State Parks and Tennessee Valley Authority and many more. Learn more about the Tennessee RiverLine.


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652 to YOU | Roane County, Tennessee
Jul
23
5:00 PM17:00

652 to YOU | Roane County, Tennessee

Join us on Tuesday, July 23, 2019, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. EST at the Kingston Community Center, located at 201 Patton Ferry Road, for 652 to YOU, our Roane County community engagement event. 652 to YOU will allow friends located in or near Roane County to share feedback and ideas through various interactive activities on the Tennessee RiverLine project. We invite all residents to attend, as your feedback is crucial, and it will guide the next steps of development for communities and the Tennessee RiverLine team.

Please RSVP for the event here.

Roane County, Tennessee, was selected in May 2019 as one of five of the 2019 Tennessee RiverLine Pilot Communities. The Pilot Community program is an initiative of the Tennessee RiverLine Partnership designed to bring the expertise, ideas and insight of communities into the ongoing development of the Tennessee RiverLine.  Read more about the Pilot Community Program.

The Tennessee RiverLine is a project for a 652-mile hiking, biking and paddling trail along the Tennessee River, stretching from Knoxville, Tennessee, through Roane County, Tennessee, to Paducah, Kentucky. The Tennessee RiverLine will serve as a catalyst for economic, social and environmental growth across four states while connecting communities and celebrating the history, beauty and diversity of the Tennessee River Valley. The project began as a vision in the UT School of Landscape Architecture, and since has transformed into a project including 25+ partners, such as the National Park Service, Tennessee State Parks and Tennessee Valley Authority and many more. Learn more about the Tennessee RiverLine.

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652 to YOU | The Shoals, Alabama
Jul
18
5:00 PM17:00

652 to YOU | The Shoals, Alabama

Join us on Thursday, July 18, 2019, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. CT at the Marriott Shoals, located at 10 Hightower Place, for 652 to YOU, The Shoals community engagement event. 652 to YOU will allow friends located in or around The Shoals, Alabama, to share feedback and ideas through various interactive activities on the Tennessee RiverLine project. We invite all residents to attend, as your feedback is crucial, and it will guide the next steps of development for communities and the Tennessee RiverLine team.

Please RSVP for the event here.

The Shoals, Alabama, was selected in May 2019 as one of five of the 2019 Tennessee RiverLine Pilot Communities. The Pilot Community program is an initiative of the Tennessee RiverLine Partnership designed to bring the expertise, ideas and insight of communities into the ongoing development of the Tennessee RiverLine.  Read more about the Pilot Community Program.

The Tennessee RiverLine is a project for a 652-mile hiking, biking and paddling trail along the Tennessee River, stretching from Knoxville, Tennessee, through The Shoals, Alabama, to Paducah, Kentucky. The Tennessee RiverLine will serve as a catalyst for economic, social and environmental growth across four states while connecting communities and celebrating the history, beauty and diversity of the Tennessee River Valley. The project began as a vision in the UT School of Landscape Architecture, and since has transformed into a project including 25+ partners, such as the National Park Service, Tennessee State Parks and Tennessee Valley Authority and many more. Learn more about the Tennessee RiverLine.


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652 to YOU | Benton County, Tennessee
Jul
11
5:00 PM17:00

652 to YOU | Benton County, Tennessee

Join us on Thursday, July 11, 2019, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. CT at the Tennessee River Folklife Interpretive Center and Museum, located at 1825 Pilot Knob Road, for 652 to YOU, our Benton County community engagement event. 652 to YOU will allow friends in Benton County or surrounding areas to share feedback and ideas through various interactive activities on the Tennessee RiverLine project. We invite all residents to attend, as your feedback is crucial, and it will guide the next steps of development for communities and the Tennessee RiverLine team.

Please RSVP for the event here.


Benton County, Tennessee, was selected in May 2019 as one of five of the 2019 Tennessee RiverLine Pilot Communities. The Pilot Community program is an initiative of the Tennessee RiverLine Partnership designed to bring the expertise, ideas and insight of Tennessee River communities into the ongoing development of the Tennessee RiverLine. Read more about the Pilot Community Program.


The Tennessee RiverLine is a project for a 652-mile hiking, biking and paddling trail along the Tennessee River, stretching from Knoxville, Tennessee, to Paducah, Kentucky. The Tennessee RiverLine will serve as a catalyst for economic, social and environmental growth across four states while connecting communities and celebrating the history, beauty and diversity of the Tennessee River Valley. The project began as a vision in the UT School of Landscape Architecture, and since has transformed into a project including 25+ partners, such as the National Park Service, Tennessee State Parks and Tennessee Valley Authority and many more. Learn more about the Tennessee RiverLine.


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