Celebrating nearly 25 years as an Earth Literacy Center!

18 - 80: An Intergenerational Concert
Friday, July 22, 7 - 9 pm

Narrow Ridge Earth Literacy Center will offer an evening of eclectic live music on Friday, July 22 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm at Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church at 2931 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919.

81-year old internet sensation and guitar virtuoso, Bob Wood will share original and favorite tunes. Bard College Conservatory of Music student pianist and composer, Luke Nickle Haaksma will share original piano compositions, and Knoxville's own The Emancipators, winner of the 2016 OREPA Peacemaker Award, will perform a set of original and popular tunes for peace & freedom.

A $10 donation is suggested to celebrate Narrow Ridge's 25th anniversary and strengthen its work providing Earth-based, experiential education for a more just, peaceable, & sustainable world.

For more information call 865-497-2753 or email community@narrowridge.org.

Music Jam
Saturday
July 23, 7-10 pm

Narrow Ridge invites our friends and neighbors to join us for our open music jam on Saturday, July 23 at our outdoor stage just up the road from our Mac Smith Resource Center at 1936 Liberty Hill Rd. Guests are invited to share their talents in a forum that provides equal time to all who wish to participate. Our music gatherings are always a great way to get to know our neighbors and to witness first hand the amazing talent that exists here in our beautiful valley home. This is a non-alcoholic event that is free and open to all ages. Bring your friends, family, blanket or lawn chair, and good cheer. Contributions to the snack table are appreciated but not required (finger foods only, please). HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US!

For more information call 865-497-2753 or email community@narrowridge.org.

25-Year
Anniversary Campaign

“The Great Turning is a name for the essential adventure of our time: the shift from the industrial growth society to a life-sustaining civilization.” --Joanna Macy

Narrow Ridge has a long history of creating worthwhile initiatives that embody its cornerstone values--Sustainability, Community, Spirituality. Examples include protecting 600 acres of rural land, providing a place for spiritual retreat and renewal for visitors and residents alike, establishing the state's first approved natural burial grounds, and building community both among those who come to Narrow Ridge because they believe in its mission as well as with local folk on the relatively remote, north side of Clinch Mountain in Grainger County.