College Town Weekends is a promotion that combines both on-campus and off-campus events into one list so students can easily find weekend activities of interest. Students are encouraged to take advantage of all that Tech and the surrounding community have to offer. After all, Cookeville is Tennessee’s college town!
This month is a great time to spend time with friends and family at some of Cookeville’s best restaurants. Eat | Visit Cookeville (visitcookevilletn.com)
Need to pick up gifts for the holidays? Check out the shops in downtown for unique Tech and Cookeville items your family will love. Shopping | Visit Cookeville (visitcookevilletn.com)
Stay cozy and study for finals at your favorite Cookeville coffee shop:
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- The Caf is open until 10pm on Sundays. See Dining Hours.
- The Burnett Fitness Center, Pool, and Climbing Wall are open on weekends. See Burnett Fitness Center Hours. Check out the Mystery Workout Wheel on Saturdays to mix up your routine and try something new.
- The weekend is a great time to catch up on coursework or get a head-start on the week’s assignments. The Angelo & Jennette Volpe Library is open on Saturday and Sunday. See Volpe Library hours.
11/04/2023 at 10:30 AM
Check out the amazing floats and entries from Tech student organizations, local marching bands, the Homecoming Court, and community groups. This year’s Homecoming theme is Once Upon a Homecoming. Tennessee Tech Homecoming (tntech.edu)
11/04/2023 at 09:30 AM
Cane Creek Recreation Center; $22; In this class you will get to make "A Bag, A Tag, A Box and 2 Greeting Cards!" The box is one that we will repurpose and cover with 2 different printed Christmas papers. The bag matches, using some of the same paper. The tag is a fun, medium-sized tag to make. You can also use this as a card front, if you prefer. The 2 Greeting Cards will be fun to make, using the embossing folder on one of them. All of the items were designed and created for this class! Register here.
11/10/2023 at 03:00 PM
Art Round Tennessee's 22nd Annual Art Crawl in Cookeville's Downtown & Historic West Side. Bring the whole family to enjoy holiday shopping, free kids activities, artist demonstrations, & more! This year, ART Prowl will feature over 80 local artists at 35 different locations including art galleries, retail stores, coffee shops, and other local businesses.
11/12/2023 at 03:00 PM
The Bryan Symphony Orchestra welcomes guest artist, Shana Blake Hill, soprano, to present a concert In Memoriam of the late Angelo Volpe. This concert will feature pieces by Giuseppe Verdi, Pietro Mascagni, and pieces by living composers Jennifer Higdon and Joan Tower. This is a ticketed concert, seating is assigned. Please contact the Bryan Symphony Orchestra at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 931-525-2633 to reserve a ticket or visit their website at www.bryansymphony.org to purchase tickets online.
11/25/2023 at 07:00 PM
Celebrate the music and legacy of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers.Reserve Seats by calling 931.528.1313 or visit www.cpactn.com.
12/09/2023 at 06:00 PM
Are you ready for some festive fun? The 2023 Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber Christmas Parade is just around the corner, and we're thrilled to announce this year's exciting theme: "In AWE of Christmas!" Get ready to be amazed by the holiday magic and creativity on display.
Shop, Eat, and PlayDid you know that many Cookeville businesses offer discounts? Check out our Perk Partners for amazing deals and unique finds.
Retail Therapy: Whether you are looking for hiking gear, décor for your room, or the perfect outfit for the weekend’s events, you can find it in Cookeville. Select “Retail” on the Perk Partners page for more info.
Dinner on the Town: Cedar Street and Broad Street offer a number of student favorites, including Seven Senses, Father Tom’s Pub, and Crawdaddies.
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