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Tennessee Aquarium, TDOT’s Nobody Trashes Tennessee Launch Exhibits Highlighting Impact Of Road Litter, Microplastics On Waterways

A pair of new exhibits at the Tennessee Aquarium show how microplastics can negatively affect the health of the ocean as well as rivers, lakes and streams. Opening today in the River Journey building, the exhibits were funded by a grant from the Tennessee Department of Transportation in support of its Nobody Trashes Tennessee litter reduction campaign. The new exhibits, which include actual debris taken from the banks of the Tennessee ... (click for more)

A pair of new exhibits at the Tennessee Aquarium show how microplastics can negatively affect the health of the ocean as well as rivers, lakes and streams. Opening today in the River Journey building, the exhibits were funded by a grant from the Tennessee Department of Transportation in support of its Nobody Trashes Tennessee litter reduction campaign.
Photo by Tennessee Aquarium/Casey Phillips
A pair of new exhibits at the Tennessee Aquarium show how microplastics can negatively affect the health of the ocean as well as rivers, lakes and streams. Opening today in the River Journey building, the exhibits were funded by a grant from the Tennessee Department of Transportation in support of its Nobody Trashes Tennessee litter reduction campaign.

Things To Do During The Corona Crisis: Art Galleries And Supplies

Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement Opens June 5


In Cool Things to Do Part 3, we covered Artplex Gallery and its sister across the street Artspace Warehouse on Beverly Blvd. near La Brea in Los Angeles. In April, we decided to revisit the Southern California art scene as more galleries began reopening. COVID has caused most (that survived) ... (click for more)

Historic Collinsville Pioneer Settlement in rural Montgomery County, Tn., celebrates its 2021 season opening weekend June 5-6. The 40-acre, open-air property showcases pioneer life from 1840-1900 with 16 authentically furnished buildings. One new feature that visitors will enjoy this year ... (click for more)



Ober Gatlinburg Extends Its Annual Shutdown 1 Full Week From April 26 - May 13

Ober Gatlinburg Recommending Masks For All Guests

Sheep Shearing Day At Museum Of Appalachia Is May 1


Ober Gatlinburg will extend its annual shutdown for maintenance and improvements from April 26- May 13. Ober Gatlinburg will reopen to the public on Friday, May 14 . The shutdown will consist ... (click for more)

Sevier County officials are allowing the county's mask mandate to expire effective on Thursday at midnight. Ober Gatlinburg is modifying its procedures due to the mandate expiring. Guests ... (click for more)

The Museum of Appalachia will welcome the warmth of spring by trimming the winter’s heavy growth of wool from their flock of sheep. Visitors are invited to join the Smithsonian-Affiliate museum ... (click for more)


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