Kids run, a chess tournament and new kid space at ETHS – Knox TN Today

Chess Tournament

August 28

Kids across East Tennessee are invited to participate in the Aug. 28 Covenant Kids Run kickoff race at Zoo Knoxville.

The one-mile fun run, part of the Covenant Health Knoxville Marathon, starts at 8 a.m. and is the start of an extended challenge for children to complete a 26.2-mile marathon. The children will complete the last mile of their personal marathon together on Saturday, Oct. 2, when the Covenant Kids Run starts at 4:30 p.m. on the Clinch Avenue Viaduct near the Sunsphere, continues through the Fort Sanders neighborhood and ends back at Worlds Fair Park.

Each child who participates in the Covenant Kids Run also will earn one point for his or her school in the Fittest School Challenge, a competition among area schools, presented by Dollywood. Schools register for the Covenant Kids Run and provide a total student enrollment count. The top five schools in the small school (fewer than 300 students) and large school (301+ students) categories with the highest percentage of student participation in the race win prize money and a Fittest School Challenge plaque. For more information and to register for the Covenant Kids Run and all races, go here.

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The Cedar Bluff Middle School Chess Club is hosting a Scholastic Chess Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 28, starting at 8 a.m. The tournament will be held at at the school, 707 N. Cedar Bluff Rd.Proceeds will benefit the CBMS Chess Club.Register online hereand pay $20 onsite, cash or check only.For more information call 865-567-1153 or email:CedarBluffChess@gmail.com

Coming Soon!

History Headquarters at East Tennessee Historical Society

History Headquarters(HistoryHQ) is the East Tennessee Historical Societys exhibitionexperience for young historians and their families. Come learn the key skillsof a historians detective-like work:investigating sources, such as artifacts, images, and documents, to better understand historys mysteries.

HistoryHQfeatures interactive activities that encourage families to engage with East Tennessee history and culture through investigation, discovery, and play:

Saturdays: Five available time slots from 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. Make reservations here. Sundays: Three available time slots from 1:30-3:30p.m.Make reservations here. During the school year,History HQis reserved for student groups (including homeschool co-ops) on weekdays (contacteducation@eastTNhistory.org) and open to the general public on weekends. Reservations are required for all visits.

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