Student Heritage Day and Fall Heritage Day 2018
November 9-10, 2018
Tickets purchased by October 29:
- $35 per family (2 adults and children and/or youth)
- $20 Adult
- $10 Youth (ages 13-18)
- $6 Child (ages 5-12)
- Under 5: FREE
- Members: FREE
Student Heritage Day and Fall Heritage Day, November 9-10, will transport guests back in time through the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of pioneer traditions and demonstrations. The Museum grounds will be filled with homemade food and interactive demonstrations like sheep herding, molasses making, sawmilling, soap making, toy and doll making, quilting, shingle and rail splitting, and much more.
On Friday, November 9, students will enjoy a hands-on, educational experience learning about Appalachian history and culture. Some of the student-focused activities will include: educational music and dance programs, birds of prey demonstration, old-fashioned games, spelling bees, and more.
To schedule your school or children’s group, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 865-494-7680. Click to download our Student Heritage Day Flyer for more information.
On Saturday, November 10, guests will enjoy additional activities and contests, including an antique tractor and engine show, a slow tractor race, a skillet toss and wrench toss, a working threshing machine and a mule jumping contest.
Included in Fall Heritage Day will be The Great Appalachian Fiddlers’ Convention, which will feature fiddle, banjo, dancing, and other musical instrument contests. Cash prizes will be given to first place winners in each category. Please contact John Meyer at email@example.com or 865-494-7680 to register.
For more information please contact the museum at (865) 494-7680 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org