PLEASE GO TO www.FriendsofCordellHull.org
for the latest in information!
Some of the activities for your enjoyment:
Enjoy Bluegrass and Gospel Music,
Old Fashion Dress, Storytelling, Arts and Crafts, and Handcrafted Gifts,
and visit the modest log cabin birthplace of the famous Cordell Hull,
Father of the United Nations and Nobel Peace Prize Winner. There will
be Food, Music, and fun throughout the day - Children's Area this year
to feature: Children's Activities and Petting Zoo.
||Opening Ceremonies: Pickett County Executive Stephen
||Cross Brothers Band
||Cross Brothers Band
of Waner Natural Herbs
||Birds of Prey Presentation
||The Stoney Creek Cloggers
||Native American Dancers
||David Garrett - Native American Flute
||Lowell Miller - Storytelling
||Lonesome County Line
||Jim Buck - Local Stories and Lore
Byrdstown is located
just north of I-40 on either side of beautiful Dale Hollow Lake. We
are less than two hours drive from Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga.
The area is steeped in history with the earliest settlers being Revolutionary
War soldiers or their sons. Come join this unusual day of fun, history,
crafts, clogging and music in the undiscovered mountains we call home!
The Folk Festival will also offer food, crafts, handcrafted
quilts,and live demonstrations in various craft genre.
Please come on out and check out their wares and demonstrations at some
point during the days' festivities! Below is a list of the scheduled
events. We do not anticipate any changes, but please be aware that they
All vendors will set up between 8:00AM-9:30AM.
information regarding Festival Booth space please contact the
Dale Hollow Marketing Group toll free at 877-864-8666
or by email at email@example.com
the Vendor Information Page
Hull Birthplace and Museum State Park
1300 Cordell Hill Memorial Drive
Byrdstown, TN 38549
Telephone: (931) 864-3247
Contact Robin Peeler
or Charles Sears
of Cordell Hull!
Everyone come on out to the Cordell Hull
Birthplace Museum and State Park for a great day of family friendly
fun and activities!
Come Enjoy "Our Good Nature"
TENNESSEE STATE PARKS HAVE BEEN RANKED #1 IN THE NATION!
© Cordell Hull Birthplace Museum State
page last updated May 16, 2008