History at Home – Summer Ranger Programs!

Our 2019 History at Home program has come to a close…… with thanks to Seasonal Interpretive Rangers Laura Ellis and Ian Anderson,  a wide variety of educational and entertaining interpretive programs for all ages were offered to our park guests!

Keep your eyes out for our 2020 summer season of History at Home beginning in June.

You can find these programs posted at www.sycamoreshoalstn.wordpress.com under “Monthly Interpretive Programs/History at Home.”

Our summer Wednesday through Sunday tours of the Carter Mansion and Sabine Hill will continue in mid June through early August.   There is a cost associated with our historic home tours.   Check out their monthly schedule for dates when they become available and how to register in advance.

The History at Home series is offered in addition to our already scheduled monthly programs which include workshops, music jams, our annual Independence Muster, the Liberty! outdoor drama, and so much more!

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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