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Events for February 10, 2019
In celebration of the anniversary of Tennessee Ernie Ford's 100th birthday, the Birthplace of Country Music Museum will have several objects, photographs, and items of memorabilia on loan from Tennessee Ernie Ford Enterprises and the museum’s collection on display during the entire month of February. This display will supplement the section of the permanent exhibit,Find out more »
Coming February 2019! Reading Appalachia: Voices From Children’s Literature, a new special exhibit coming to the Birthplace of Country Music Museum! Walk through the pages of your favorite storybook in Reading Appalachia: Voices from Children’s Literature, a groundbreaking exhibit on Appalachian children’s books and stories. Sporting life-size characters from Appalachian children’s books, this exhibit looksFind out more »
Wilderness environments create special situations not usually encountered in an urban or suburban environment. With ASHI Wilderness First Aid training, first aid providers in a wilderness setting will be better prepared to respond when faced with limited resources, longer times to care for someone, and decisions about when and how fast to evacuate an illFind out more »
Anderson Street United Methodist Church, which was attended by Tennessee Ernie Ford and his parentsfor many years, will conduct a special service, followed by a tour of their historical archives room including their Tennessee Ernie Ford collection. The church is located at 954 Anderson Street in Bristol, Tennessee.Find out more »
The Watershed Trails in Hampton need some attention and we need your help bringing the trails back up to snuff so they can be enjoyed. Feb 10th we'll meet in the Hampton Free Will Baptist Church parking lot just across the street from the trailhead at 1:00. Tools will be provided, all you need areFind out more »
The Bristol Historical Association’s Tennessee Ernie Ford Birthplace, located at 1223 Anderson Street in Bristol, Tennessee, was home to the great entertainer and his family as a child. The home can usually be seen by appointment only, but will be opened to the public for tours from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. following the specialFind out more »