Friends of Warriors’ Path State Park, a group of concerned citizens, decided to help the park by establishing a nonprofit organization to improve, protect, and preserve Warriors’ Path State Park through user ideas, funding, and volunteer labor.
- Repairs on story trail
The orchestra began when a small group of musicians dreamed of having a civic orchestra in 1946. At the time it was known as Kingsport Symphony Orchestra. Twenty-seven musicians attended the first rehearsal and the number quickly grew to more than 40. The first concert was free to the public and neither the conductor nor any of the musicians were paid.
Suzuki Talent Education of Appalachia is a nonprofit organization that provides music education and Suzuki instruction in violin, viola, cello, and piano, to students ages 3 to adult. Classes are offered at the Renaissance Center in Kingsport, Tennessee.
Kingsport Theatre Guild (KTG) is celebrating its 76th year as a community theatre that promotes growth and education, offers encouragement and hope, builds self-esteem and engages the minds of not only the actors, directors, and crew but also the community in which it is based. KTG is a starting point for those interested in pursuing an education or career in theatre. It is an escape from reality for a few hours for those who are seeking it. It is also a place many call home, where returning cast and crew are considered family and newcomers are welcomed with open arms. KTG is you, just as you are, in all of your many talents.
- Shakespeare in the Park
- Interactive Murder Mystery
- Workshops on makeup and acting
Kingsport Ballet is a regional, semi-professional school and company that thrives on its highly qualified instructors and the ability to stage amazing, full-length ballets. Our students are of all ages and all levels and come from around the region – some students even drive two hours to come take classes here!
- Don Quixote
- Upgrades to signage
Kingsport Art Guild
- Art workshops