Events

ART CLass

Glenmore Mansion Art Class on October 16, 2021, 

10:30 AM Cost: $45.00 / Student,  

Karen Bible Instructor

Produce your own work of art from start to finish during the art class at Glenmore Mansion.  No previous art experience needed, and Instructor Karen Bible will furnish all materials and full instructions.  Class is limited to ten (10) participants.  Cost of $45/participant covers all materials and instruction. To reserve your spot e-mail Karen  at kwbible@gmail.com or message her on Facebook to confirm an available slot, if available,  then send your check to:

  • Attention:  Ellen Betts, Glenmore Treasurer, P.O. Box 403, Jefferson City, TN 37760
  • RE:  Art Class, October 16, 2021

This is the second art event by Karen Bible at Glenmore Mansion.  The first was this past summer and participants filled all slots quickly.  Glenmore hopes to host four art class events during each season of the year 2021 – 2022.   

Karen recently retired from Jefferson County High School as a visual arts teacher. She taught classes including basic studio and Advanced placement art. She especially enjoyed teaching painting and ceramics. She currently is an interim art teacher at Dandridge Elementary School. She also volunteers at the Knoxville Museum of Art.

Enjoy the morning of October 16th in the relaxed atmosphere of Victorian Glenmore Mansion and produce your own “autumn themed” work of art.  Depending on the weather, the class may be held outdoor or inside Glenmore Mansion.  

Deadline to receive your check is October 12, 2021.

Spring Garden Market

This annual spring event is held the first Saturday in May and is the opening date for the tour season, held May through October. Venders from East Tennessee with flowers, vegetable plants, and garden items gather on the grounds with entertainment, live music, and guided tours of the mansion all day.


Christmas candlelight tours

This annual event is held the first two weekends in December. The 1868 mansion is decorated in festive greenery, bows, swags, trees, and wreaths. Hot wassail and Victorian style sweets are served in the dining room. Take a step back in time during the Christmas season and experience the hospitality, beauty, and history of Glenmore.