• 3rd at 5:30pm: Museums of TC Book Club Meeting at Doak House -
  • 5th: Block 5 Ends
  • 9th: Block 6 Begins
  • 14th: Mad Hatter Tea Party -Everyone loves to play dress up! Join us on Saturday, Feb. 14th for a “mad hat” tea party at the Doak House, 10 am to 12 pm. Enjoy tea from fancy china cups, cookies, and some of the best hats you’ve ever seen. Try on hats, take photos, and enjoy a special treats and crafts in the museum. Learn about the history of exchanging Valentines and make a special valentine to take home.$5 per family. RSVP at 423-636-8554 or
  • 21st: SMASH Pancake Breakfast at Fatz - Fundraiser Pancake Breakfast at FATZ of Greeneville on Saturday, February 21–Money will go to transportation for Greene County students to attend the National History Day Competition in Johnson City. Sponsored by the Students of Museum Studies and Students of History (SMASH) Club. Contact us to get your tickets for this great cause! or 423-636-7348.
  • 27th at 6pm: Pickin’ at the Doak’s


  • 4th: National History Day Regional Competition at ETSU
  • 4th: Block 6 Ends
  • 5th-13th: Spring Break for TC Students
  • 14th: Parenting Fair at Hal Henard Elem
  • 16th: Block 7 Begins
  • 17-20th: Doak House Museum Closed to attend TN Assoc. of Museums Conference
  • 27th at 6pm: Pickin’ at the Doak’s
  • 27th & 28th: Wingin‘ It Workshop and Artist’s Talk

Friday, March 27, 6pm, Chalmers Conference Room in Niswonger Commons on Tusculum College campus:

“Wingin’ It Works- The Melding of Art and Science into a Career.” Join artist, designer and naturalist David Williams for a descriptive tale of how to make work fun. In 1996, David established ”Wingin’ It Works,” combining two and three dimensional design. With a strong appreciation for the natural world, he decided to put that enthusiasm to work through full time graphic/exhibit design, mural painting, and scientific illustration.  His work can be seen at many prestigious museums, science centers and other facilities.

Saturday, March 28, Wingin’ It Workshop, meet at the Doak House Museum at 10 am

Workshop participants will accompany artist & naturalist David Williams on a hike to Margarette Falls. Along the way, David will explain the process of keeping a field journal, making color studies, a naturalist’s notebook and how he finds inspiration in the natural world. After the hike, the group will meet at the Doak House for further instruction on the process of keeping a field journal as the launching point for inspiration. Reservations are required as space is limited. To participate in the workshop, attendees must be able to make the hike to the falls, classified as an easy to moderate trail. Contact Leah Walker at or 423-636-8554 to make a reservation.

Workshop and artist’s talk are made possible in part by a grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission’s Arts Builds Communities grant program. The grant is administered by the Johnson City Area Arts Council. THANK YOU TN Arts and JCAAC! Consider supporting the Arts Council by getting a specialty tag for your car, the arts are truly changing lives!


    • 3rd: Museums of TC Closed for Good Friday
    • 9th: Block 7 Ends
    • 10th: Homeschool Day at the Doak House
    • 13th: Block 8 Begins
    • 16th: Doak House Closed to attend Northeast TN Museums Assoc
    • 17th-19th: Old Oak Festival
    • 17th-19th: Batik Workshop during Old Oak
    • 24th at 6pm: Pickin’ at the Doak’s

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