Thursday, Nov. 1
Sen. Stacey Campfield’s “Listening Tour”
11 a.m., 1543 Downtown West Blvd.
The state senator best known for his unique knowledge of the spread of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome wants to “meet one-on-one with constituents to hear their concerns,” he says. Should be fun.
Friday, Nov. 2
West View Historical Cemetery District
3 p.m. Myrick Mausoleum, Richmond Hill Road (off Keith Avenue).
Knoxville’s new historical cemetery district is officially unveiled by Mayor Rogero in the West View neighborhood. The many local community groups that have aided in the reclamation of the abandoned and neglected Longview and Southern Chain cemeteries will be honored.
Saturday, Nov. 3
Threading the Night: A Halloween Ball
7 p.m.-11 p.m., The Emporium (100 S. Gay St.). $35/$60 couples.
Is it still spooky enough for a Halloween ball? Sure! This fund-raiser for Circle Modern Dance features a performance by Hudson K. Ticket price includes two drinks and light food.
Tuesday, Nov. 6
All day, all around town.
Now’s the time to stand up and be counted—even if you don’t live in a swing state. To find out where you’re supposed to vote, visit knoxcounty.org/election. And don’t forget your photo ID!