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Sabine Hill Social Society celebrates Earth Day with a fun day of outdoor activities. Meet outside at the park for an afternoon of shuttlecock, & 9 pins. Look near the
Join park staff for a guided tour of this stately home built by Mary Patton Taylor, widow of Brigadier General Nathaniel Taylor. The site has been described as one of
All are welcome to join artists for their monthly meeting, highlighted by an art-related presentation. Contact the park for further details.
Join the Tennessee Society Sons of the American Revolution at Fort Watauga in honor of the Overmountain Men and their victory over loyalist forces at the Battle of Kings Mountain.
Knapping – with a “K”– has nothing to do with sleep! Knapping is the art of making stone tools, and the Knap-In at Fort Watauga is the park's celebration of
Beginners and seasoned dancers alike are all welcome! The afternoon will include the opportunity to learn dances from the early 19th century. No cost to attend. Open to anyone, with
Join the park for a weekend of living history during the encampment of the Overmountain militia before the Battle of King’s Mountain in 1780. Re-live some of the most crucial
Enjoy the rich musical traditions of our region. Old-time musicians of all levels are welcome. Don’t play an instrument? Come on over, kick back and enjoy the tunes!
Members of the Overmountain Victory Trail Association have recreated the historic march to King’s Mountain since 1975. On September 25, marchers will cross the Watauga River at Sycamore Shoals, just
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