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Additions, Changes or Cancellations to Note


The next summer camp schedule is expected to be posted in the spring of 2014. Please check back at that time or contact our office to be placed on the mailing list for receiving future copies of the schedule.


In the event of inclement weather, non-credit classes follow the College's schedule for cancellations, unless otherwise noted here. Updates are listed on the main site at http://www.pstcc.edu/.


Our Appalachia: The Smokies & Beyond
Experience a sampling of the language, history, music, folkways, wildlife and geography of Appalachia including the mountains of Blount, Sevier, Monroe, Graham and Swain Counties of the Smoky Mountain Regions of the Tennessee/North Carolina border. Learn and experience this special location with possible connections between these mountains and your own families and between these mountains and present day street names, communities and customs. Whether you have lived in this area all of your life or are a recent resident, you can learn more than you ever thought you knew! Depending on the interest of the participants, a field trip may be included as part of the class. Mark Davidson, instructor, is a retired Blount County social studies teacher who has studied the Appalachian area extensively. He developed an Appalachian Studies program for students at William Blount High School and has a working knowledge of the area.
Additional material fee approximately $18
$89/Mark Davidson
Blount County Campus
SPE 117B03   R/Sept 12-Oct 24/6-8 p.m.
(No class Oct 10)
Hardin Valley Campus
SPE 117P03   M/Nov 4-Dec 9/6-8 p.m.


Our Appalachia: Big Park, Little Park
Enjoy a look at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park as a whole and a look at Cades Cove individually. You will enjoy learning about the history, personalities and uniqueness of the Great Smokies and the special place that is Cades Cove. Mark Davidson, instructor, is a retired Blount County social studies teacher who has studied the Appalachian area extensively. He developed an Appalachian Studies program for students at William Blount High School and has a working knowledge of the area.
Additional material fee approximately $18
$89/Mark Davidson
Blount County Campus
SPE 363B01   M/Sept 16-Oct 28/6-8 p.m.
(No class Oct 7)


To register, please call 865.539.7167 or click to Register online for this class.



To view our current continuing education/non-credit course schedule, click on the "Search for a Course" navigation bar on the left to be taken to the online registration site. Or you can click on "Course Schedule" to view a PDF copy of all classes offered this semester.


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