Tuesday, Oct. 16
Get to know local actor Ronnie Jenkins. Jenkins was born in Limestone and currently lives in Johnson City, where he studies at East Tennessee State University. You can catch him as mad scientist Dr. Frank-N-Furter in Johnson City Community Theatre’s production of “The Rocky Horror Show,” which opens Thursday for seven performances.
I dove in this week and watched four versions of the same sad movie in less than a week for a column. The things I do for love.
Slocumb Galleries, 232 Sherrod Drive, ETSU campus, Johnson City: “Up the Gravel Path: Arrowmont Artists-in-Residence.” Curated by Lindsay Rogers, exhibit open through Oct. 19.
Hold on to your fishnets, the Transylvanians are back in town.
What: The 26th annual Cranberry Festival
Veterans Park, 1005 Southwest Ave., Johnson City: Sunday, The Local Honeys, 3-5 p.m., free.