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Historic Cooking Practices @ BICENTENNIAL CAPITOL MALL STATE PARK
January 17, 2021 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
JANUARY 1711:00am to 1:00pm
Meet at: Park Amphitheater
- $0.00 / Person
- $5.00 / Attendee + Donation ($5)
- $10.00 / Attendee + Donation ($10)
- $15.00 / Attendee + Donation ($15)
- $20.00 / Attendee + Donation ($20)
There was a time when Tennessee was considered the wild frontier. Native Americans, long hunters, and traders navigated the waters and lands of the Cumberland River long before the first settlers arrived in the area that would become Nashville.
Join Ranger Jed in the park’s Amphitheatre from 1:00am to 1:00pm to learn how Nashville’s earliest residents cooked, lived, and thrived.
This walk-up living history program will feature historic cooking practices that were sued by early Tennessee settlers and long hunters.
All donations go to support the park’s resources and educational outreach.