HUNTSVILLE, Tenn. — Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area is hosting a Native American music presentation at the Huntsville/Scott County Visitor Center, Gateway to the Big South Fork. This two-hour interpretive event is being held on Saturday, Aug. 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Come learn how music played an integral role in shaping the Cumberland Plateau’s Native American’s culture from ceremonial purposes, recreational activities, natural expression, medicinal healing and almost all aspects of their lives.
Join local Native American Rocky Garfield (Starchild) and Cathy Wilson (Songcatcher) as they play authentic Native American music using traditional drums, flutes and percussion instruments all the while learning more about how this great culture once lived and played on the Cumberland Plateau.
Scott County Visitor Center is located 12025 Scott Highway, Huntsville. This program is free of charge and wheel chair accessible. Children should be accompanied by an adult. Everyone is welcome.