Tuesday, September 27th
Join us to celebrate the Grand Opening of Knox Wellness in the historic Kennedy-Baker-Walker-Sherrill House.
Built in 1849, the three bay Federal style house was initially the home of James and Jane Cox Kennedy and was bought by Dr. William J. Baker in 1858. Baker, who was a trustee of East Tennessee College and a member of the Knoxville Board of Health, was also brother to Dr. Harry Baker who lived nearby in what is now known as the Baker- Peters House. The Sherrill home is one of the few remaining examples of Federal style architecture in Knox County.
Knox Wellness is excited to be the first business to occupy this historic home.
Knox Wellness provides unique experiences that address the whole person rather than individual patient symptoms. Our integrative approach to wellness allows us to offer natural solutions to many common health concerns.
September 27th 5-7pm
Our New office at 9320 Kingston Pike
Join us for food, music, and fun for the entire family
Tour the historic home, drop in for our provider educational sessions, and visit with our marketing partners
*Enter to win prize packs featuring top products
- Exclusive Grand Opening Day discounts
- Activities for kids – Face painting, balloon making and more!
- First 50 guests receive a Knox Wellness Goody Bag