April is a beautiful time in Tennessee, and fun festivals are happening all over the state, including the Dogwood Arts Festival in Knoxville, the National Cornbread Festival in South Pittsburg, the Iris Festival in Dresden, and World’s Biggest Fish Fry in Paris.
Discover the natural and cultural beauty of East Tennessee at the annual Dogwood Arts Festival held in Knoxville throughout the month of April.
The National Cornbread Festival, held every April in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, is a fun small-town event, but it’s also a celebration with a mission.
Every April, Dresden hosts the highly anticipated Tennessee Iris Festival, a weeklong event that paints the town purple.
Clarksville’s Rivers & Spires Festival named best in Southeast.
Overflowing with gorgeous color and landscaping, the 96-acre property at Memphis Botanic Garden, located right next to the University of Memphis, dazzles visitors with 28 specialty gardens, providing an in-depth look at a variety of flowers, plants and trees.
Celebrate poke sallet at a Tennessee festival this spring.
Get your gardening fix with several gardening shows across the state.
It’s time to enter your photos for the 2013 Tennessee Farm Bureau Federation Photo Contest!
Become an agricultural historian at the West Tennessee Agricultural Museum in Milan.