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Muir Fest

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An Americana Music & Preservation Festival celebrating land and song for the  150th anniversary of John Muir's 1,000-mile walk from Indiana/Kentucky to Florida. 

Jason Eskridge
Dr. Jay Clark & the TN Tree Beavers
Outta the BluE

Sturgeon Release

Dr. Larry Pounds, noted botanist and coauthor of Wildly Strolling Along, will lead a botany walk

SOCM (Statewide Organizing for Community eMpowerment)

Mary Lynn Dobson will lead a naturalist walk

Tennessee Citizens for Wilderness Planning

Nationally recognized fisheries biologists, Pat Rakes and J R Shute of Conservation Fisheries, Inc

Enter to win Soak in Roane Prize Pack Worth $1K

To read the entire press release, including speaker bios and information - click here.

This event is sponsored by City of Kingston, Kingston Parks & Rec, Roane Tourism & Roane County News

Muir Fest

Sept. 9, 2017
2 - 8 pm
Address Fort Southwest Point 1226 N. Kentucky Street Kingston, TN 37763 Phone 865-376-1356 Website https://www.facebook.com/events/1535044146570760/

Recognized as 'The Father of the National Parks system,"Muir wrote as he walked across the Clinch and Emory Rivers into Kingston on September 12, 1867 that it was "the most heavenly place."  So come out and see for yourself!

 Sponsored by: the City of Kingston, Roane Tourism & the Roane County News