Residents of Farragut Have Square Dancing and Gardening Workshops this Winter

Cottages at Pryse Farm offers the best of both worlds – easy access to Knoxville’s city life while still maintaining the serene privacy of the suburbs.
Ring in the New Year by packing your 2014 calendar with a variety of entertainment options this winter! With the electrifying city of Knoxville a mere twenty minutes away, the folks of Farragut will have plenty to choose from in the upcoming months.
 
Strap on your dancing shoes, because Knoxville is about to get the party started! Coming up this January is the Dare to Be Square Tennessee event, where participants can expect to show what they know on the dance floor. This four day celebration is dedicated to the art and history of old-time square dance, complete with helpful workshops and hands-on learning. Attendants will be taught a variety of techniques and styles while enjoying live music from the Hellgrammites and the Corn Potato String Band. No experience is necessary – this event is all about having a good time with friends and family. For a lively weekend of moving and grooving, be sure to sign up for Knoxville’s upcoming Dare to Be Square Tennessee event!

Dare to Be Square is a four day celebration is dedicated to the art and history of old-time square dance.  Photo via jublieehearts.org

Who says gardening has to be limited to the summertime? Thanks to the University of Tennessee Gardens, Farragut residents can maintain their green thumb year-round! Coming up this January is UT Garden’s “Sunday Garden Talk: Green Gardening” workshop, where guests will learn more about organically sustainable planting. Everything from composting and water conservation to the danger of pesticides will be discussed, ensuring that attendants will walk away with plenty of knowledge and skill.  UT Garden also offers “A Splash of Color” workshop in February, as well as many other seminars that are geared towards families and children. This wonderful event is perfect for anyone hoping to have a blooming garden ready for springtime.
University of Tennessee Gardens offers many seminars for all ages.  Photo via UT Gardens facebook page
 
Anyone can partake in events like these by becoming a resident of Cottages at Pryse Farm, one of Farragut’s most desirable communities. Those that reside in Farragut find that they have the best of both worlds – easy access to Knoxville’s city life while still maintaining the serene privacy of the suburbs.  The stunning ranch homes in Pryse Farm range from 1,399 to 2,873 square feet and include 2 to 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 to 2.5 car garages, and maintenance-free living. 

Homes offer an open design, the efficient use of natural lighting and effortless transitions between rooms.

Buyers will be astounded by the flexibility when they step inside their first Pryse Farm home. Each room is designed with an abundance of space so that residents can experience endless comfort and satisfaction. An open design, the efficient use of natural lighting and effortless transitions between rooms provides residents with a home that is not only versatile, but also welcoming to all who step inside. With the Ducal’s lavish spa shower, the Promenade’s gorgeous courtyard and the Canterbury’s sunroom, residents will be eager to show off their new home to family and friends. Transform the Colonnade’s guest room into an office or library, and feel free to host dinner parties in your formal dining room! No matter how you decorate, Pryse Farm is sure to make you feel right at home. Best of all, Pryse Farm’s maintenance-free promise means residents will have plenty of time to enjoy the company of loved ones! No longer will the hassles of hosting distract residents from what is truly important – instead, residents can take that extra time to do what truly makes them happy. Don’t put your dream life on hold for another second – to learn more about Wilcox’s Cottages at Pryse Farm, please call (865) 966-9981 or visit wilcoxcommunities.com.

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