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A Walk in the Park
Lakeshore Park Conservancy Newsletter: Volume 2 - July 2021
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Lakeshore Park Conservancy
Have you noticed the new signs that have been posted throughout the Park?
There has been an increase of trash seen across the Park and it hasn't gone unnoticed that some of the Park visitors have been helping clean up when they're here.
If you are one of those visitors, a special thanks goes out to you. The Conservancy greatly appreciates any help that can be given to keep Lakeshore Park the beautiful park East Tennessee knows it to be.
In addition to these signs, visitors can now find new directional and Park hour signs once they enter the Park .
There's still time to volunteer!
Whether it's for event support or to help the Conservancy weed the flower beds throughout the Park, your help is greatly appreciated!
*Note: All picnic orders must be placed by the Sunday before desired picnic date.*
JULY 8th | 8pm :
“SUTREE’S KNOXVILLE: A Hymn to the Past in Film & Music” is an outdoor multimedia experience based on Cormac McCarthy’s iconic novel, 𝘚𝘶𝘵𝘵𝘳𝘦𝘦. Lakeshore Park Conservancy is a proud sponsor of this event. Learn more at bigearsfestival.org.
**Please keep an eye on Big Ears and Lakeshore's social media and websites for any updates and changes due to weather.**
See what other events are coming to the Park by visiting
Keep those sunglasses out as Lakeshore Park will be shining bright this holiday season! The Conservancy is hoping to make the Park look festive this year by lighting trees with the help of sponsors. More information on "Operation: Light Up Lakeshore!" coming soon!
"Flying around Lakeshore"
Bird walks with members of the Knoxville Area Birding Group. This group is a chapter of the Tennessee Ornithological Society (KTOS) and consists of average backyard birdwatchers to professional ornithologists and everything in between. Spend some time with them and a member of the Lakeshore Park Conservancy to see who flies around Lakeshore Park. Walks are free however, registration will be required.
Photographing Lakeshore Park?
Lakeshore Park has become the "go to" spot of several types of activities. Our very own Events and Facilities Coordinator has come to find Lakeshore to be a photographer's dream setting.
Samanthalee's latest off the clock photo adventure at Lakeshore led to the photos seen here. She was up, at the Park, and set up with her camera at 6am last month to capture the "Flower Moon."
The Conservancy knows there's plenty to photograph and wants to see Lakeshore through your eyes! Post your photos on social media with Lakeshore Park tagged or send them via email to the address listed above.
Are you interested in learning more about photography and how to take photographs of all of Lakeshore's beauty? Let us know!