History at Home – Summer Ranger Programs!

Our Summer History at Home programs have drawn to a close for the 2018 season.  We wish to thank Jared and Stuart for providing a fun and educational selection of programs and tours-   History at Home will kick off  again in June of 2019!


Sycamore Shoals State Historic Park would like to introduce our Seasonal Interpretive Rangers for the 2018 summer season!  Jared Brandt on the left and Stuart Shelton on the right.

They will be providing a wide variety of educational and entertaining interpretive programs for all ages, sharing the inspirational history of our park and region. You can find their offerings at www.sycamoreshoalstn.org under “Monthly Interpretive Programs/History at Home.” Please make is a point to a join us for this summer series!   The History at Home series is offered in addition to our already scheduled monthly programs which include workshops, music jams, the Liberty! outdoor drama, and so much more!

Their programs beginning Wednesday, June 13 through Saturday, June 30

can be found under History at Home.

Please call 423-543-5808 for further information



3 Responses to History at Home – Summer Ranger Programs!

  1. Rhonda says:

    Had a great visit with Gillian today for the tomahawk throw! Thank you, we look forward to seeing you next year!

  2. Sara says:

    What about 2016? Is this program available this year?

    • Hi Sara! Yes, it is! Click on Monthly Interpretive Programs on the drop-down menu and you will see their programs listed by date groupings. We will be listing their programs for July 12 through July 31 today!

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