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Story and photography by Magen Venable

Newcomers to the area as well as native sons and daughters were invited to get to know Knoxville better at Visit Knoxville’s Bike Boat Brew & Bark at various locations downtown. Furry friends were welcome to join history walks given by Jack Neely and Alan Sims, standup paddleboard sessions were hosted by Knoxville Adventure Collective and brewery bike tours were held as were tours of James White’s Fort and Blount Mansion. Urban life in Knoxville was celebrated at Volunteer Landing with visits to the Volunteer Princess and Tennessee Riverboat and shooting some hoops at the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. All attendees enjoyed learning more about Knoxville’s urban living for two and four-legged citizens. 

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