Old Smoky Mountain Days - Tennessee

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Friday July 19

10:00 AM  –  1:00 PM

With Butch McDade

Sugarlands Visitor Center Training Room 1420 Fighting Creek Gap Road Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738

Join author and retired park ranger Butch McDade to learn about the lives and writings of three strong Smoky Mountain personalities: Horace Kephart, Harvey Broome and Joseph S. Hall. 

Kephart, Broome and Hall shared stories and recollections in print and recordings about the natural and cultural heritage of Appalachia from the early 1900s to the 1970s. These men came from different backgrounds, but the Smokies shaped and influenced each of their lives greatly. Have a seat and relax during this fabulous presentation to find out more about these men and why their efforts will always be an integral part of literature focused on the Great Smokies.

Can't make it on this date? Register to attend Butch's Sunday, July 21 presentation at the Oconaluftee Visitor Center in Cherokee, North Carolina.

Activity rating: Easy. A relaxed experience requiring little or no physical activity. Setting: Indoor program with seating available. ADA accessible.

What to bring: Feel free to bring enough food and water to enjoy during the program.

Active/Lapsed Members: Please sign in or register (above) prior to completing this registration.

Non-Members: Please register above prior to completing this registration. When you choose the non-member fee below, you will automatically earn a Buckeye-Level membership good thru a year from today.

All Required: Please read our Waivers and Policy Agreements.

For more information, call Dana Murphy at 865.436.7318, Ext. 349

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