Third Saturday Living History program, Hunter’s Home
September 15, 1:00 pm–4:00 pm
Visit Hunter’s Home (formerly known as the George M. Murrell Home) in Park Hill on Saturday from 1 to 4 pm to participate in a nineteenth-century living history activity. The 1845 Cherokee plantation home’s staff members are pleased to share living history experiences with guests during the monthly Third Saturday Living History program. Historical interpreters dressed in period clothing will perform everyday plantation tasks, and guests can enjoy a variety of demonstrations, talk to historians, and even participate in some of the activities. Topics cover all aspects of Cherokee plantation life, including traditional crafts, gardening, cooking, animal demonstrations, and more. A different activity takes place each month, often related to seasonal happenings on the plantation grounds. This program is great for families and visitors of all ages. Admission to the program is free with regular site admission, and reservations are not needed.