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Ye_Old_Curiosity Says: This play runs June through August of every year. 2003 will be its 40th season.The Trail of the Lonesome Pine is a love story. I got to see this play for the first time last summer. Unfortunately, a downpour rained out the very last part of the play, so a tour guide verbally...
okay, here's the deal... The only nightlife you'll find in Norton 99% of the time is the kind you make on your own. (c;n We do have a bar in town called The Fizz at the Holiday Inn Norton. I've not been in it either, but I do know that they play live music there. A guy (see picture) I worked with used to play gigs 3 nights a week.
Ofcourse, there's the occasional college party and stuff, but if you want to go clubbin', you need to go to Kingsport or Johnson City (Tennessee- about 1-1 and a half hours away). Here's a short list of some of your options...
Gilligans- Kingsport, TN
The Planet- Kingsport, TN
The Fizz- Norton, VA
Banana Joe's- Knoxville, TN
New Beginnings (gay club)-Johnson City, TN
Dress Code: I'd recommend something glittery. Usually works if you're trying to attract attention.
Updated May 22, 2003
Address: check the phone book.
You can find pretty much anything you'll need here. There's also a k-mart, magic mart, and Big Lots. But Wal-Mart is by far the most convenient and most likely to have what you're looking for.
The available shopping centers:
VA-KY Shopping Center
Wise County Plaza
Norton Shopping Center
Written May 27, 2003
Ye_Old_Curiosity Says: Family-friendly town party.Runs for a week in Mid-June every year for as long as I can remember. Events include:~kids day : farm animals, moon walk, etc.~chili cook-off ~magician~mardis Gras on FridayThere is more, but this is off the top of my head. I'll take some pictures...
Ye_Old_Curiosity Says: I found this picture of the lookout tower on the internet. I'm not aware of when it was taken. Anyway, I've been to the lookout tower once. Good lord, what a great view. You can see 5 states from this tower (Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and Kentucky)....
Favorite thing: If you come to Norton, You've got to see Flag Rock. It'd be even better if you climbed it.
The climb itself isn't so bad. First-time rock climbers are welcome. However, if you want to pose with the pole, you better be skinny and unafraid to climb through the crack in the rock.
As for me, I was satisfied for the time being seeing the flag from 10 feet away. I'm not getting my as$ stuck in that boulder, lol.
Fondest memory: Camping with my friends on High Knob.
Updated May 31, 2003