Land Between the Lakes, KY/TN – The Homeplace 1850s Working Farm will host a Trades Fair on Saturday and Sunday, September 3rd and 4th, from 10:00am to 4:00pm in Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.
Traditional trades and crafts people will share knowledge of vanishing folk art skills. Admission is $5.00 ages 13 and older, $3.00 ages 5-12, and free for ages 4 and under.
Land Between the Lakes, KY/TN – The Homeplace 1850s Working Farm and Living History Museum celebrates its 37th Anniversary, Saturday-Monday, October 10th, 11th, and 12th, 2015.
The Homeplace will host Stewart County Arts and Heritage Council’s “Tennessee Wilderness River Region Quilt Festival,” a quilting bee, woodstove cooking, and more. General admission to the Homeplace is $5.00 ages 13 and up, $3.00 ages 5-12, and free for ages 4 and under.
Golden Pond, KY – Land Between The Lakes National Recreation Area invites the public to attend the 8th Annual Quilt Show, April 26th-27th from 10:00am-4:00pm on Saturday, and 10:00am-3:00pm on Sunday at The Homeplace.
Program is included with the purchase of general admission to The Homeplace; $5.00 ages 13 & up, $3.00 ages 5-12, and free ages 4 & under.
Clarksville, TN – On September 26th-27th, 2014, the Montgomery County Antique Tractor and Engine Club will hold the 14th Annual Montgomery County Antique Tractor and Engine Show at the 4-H Club Grounds. Admission to the event is free.
Although open to the general public, Friday, September 26th, is designated as “Kid’s Day.” Teachers (and parents) bring children from local and surrounding county and private schools to learn about life on the farm as it was many years ago.
Clarksville, TN – In 1991, The Welding Institute in England discovered a strange new method for joining two metals together without melting the two pieces in a traditional fusion welding process.
The process, known as friction stir welding, softened and deformed the metals and then forged them together as one using a rotating tool. The welding process used heat and force to join the metals, similar in nature to the way blacksmiths forged swords and armor in the Middle Ages.
Eighth Annual Fall Festival Slated for September 16th-17th
Chapel Hill, TN – Henry Horton State Park will host the Eighth Annual Step Back in Time Festival September 16th – 17th, featuring an 1840s encampment, horse-mounted shooters, arts and crafts, country petting zoo, a sheep dog / herding demonstration, bluegrass music, food and much more. Activities will begin at 7:00am each day and run until approximately 7:30pm. The festival is free and open to the public.
“This year’s Step Back in Time Festival includes several exciting new events and demonstrations – it’s a true family friendly event and a great way to learn about Tennessee history and see the skills of long ago in action,” said Shane Petty, chief ranger for Tennessee State Parks. “Over the course of two days, we will have some great music, food and even a few surprises up our sleeves. We encourage everyone to come out and help us celebrate this annual event.” «Read the rest of this article»
33rd Annual Event Slated for September 9th-11th
Nashville, TN – Fall Creek Falls State Park will host its 33rd Annual Mountaineer Folk Festival September 9th-11th, offering a weekend of traditional music, country cooking, pioneer skills demonstrations and more than 100 craft booths.
“The festival is a delightful event that celebrates the heritage of the Cumberland Plateau with great music, food and fun for the whole family,” said Stuart Carroll, Fall Creek Falls State Park’s ranger naturalist. “This year’s event promises to be the biggest and best to date, with exciting opportunities for all ages and we encourage everyone to come out and join us.” «Read the rest of this article»
Golden Pond, KY – Land Between The Lakes (LBL) National Recreation Area presents Heritage Skills Spring Workshops at The Homeplace Living History Farm in the Tennessee portion of LBL. Homeplace interpreters who hone their skills while performing daily tasks on the farm and other special guests will offer Beginner’s Mountain Dulcimer, Beginner’s Blacksmithing, Beginner’s Spinning, and Dutch Oven Cooking Workshops.
Own a Mountain Dulcimer, but don’t know how to play? Want a dulcimer, but want to know more about them before you buy one? Join long-time dulcimer teachers Susan and Kelly Amsden on Saturday, May 7th, as they teach the basics of dulcimer playing. The daylong Beginner’s Mountain Dulcimer Workshop costs $25.00 and is limited to 12 participants. Registration and full deposit required. «Read the rest of this article»
There are several events coming up at a Tennessee State Park in your area – including a festival that will take you back to another era and several workshops. Stay tuned in the coming week for some great information about National Public Lands Day, slated for Saturday, September 25th – with activities planned in every region of the state, including our wonderful state parks and natural areas.
Finding a state park in your own backyard is easy to do and you don’t have to spend a lot of gas money to get there!
32nd annual event slated for September 10th-12th
Nashville, TN – Fall Creek Falls State Park will host its 32nd Annual Mountaineer Folk Festival September 10th-12th, offering a weekend of traditional music, country cooking, pioneer skills demonstrations and more than 100 craft booths.
“This is an outstanding festival that celebrates the heritage of the Cumberland Plateau with great music, food and fun for the whole family,” said Jim Hall, park manager. “With special events planned throughout the weekend, the Mountaineer Folk Festival offers a wide range of cultural and educational opportunities for all ages.”
The three-day festival kicks off Friday, September 10th at 7:00pm with an old-fashioned square dance and jam session, with music provided by the Blue Creek Ramblers and the Roan Mountain Hilltoppers. The old-time train music of Roy Harper will add to the opening night’s fun.
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