Red River Tales - October 15, 2017 - 3:00 p.m.

Free Admission

Bell School Community Complex
Brooksher Outdoor Pavilion

Take a walk down history lane with interesting conversations, never-heard-before stories and live music!  Rich in history, this area known as the Red River Watershed, located in South Central Kentucky and Middle Tennessee, is famous for faith, fighting and folklore.  Montgomery Central High School students perform a scene from SMOKE and Clarksville Academy students tell Bell Witch Tales.  Charlotte Reedy (Robertson County History Museum) shares "Memories of the Mill."  Historian Mark Griffin explores outlaw Jesse James and his local ties in "So, Where is Jesse James?"  William Turner relays the true story of "The Little Green Men of Kelly, Kentucky."  Rick Gregory explains the hardships of raising a tobacco crop in 1905 in "Set, Spike and Strip."  Kyle & Julie Rullmann and Misty & Justin Adams provide music.  Members of the Red River Meeting House will be on-site with a Muzzle-Loader Demonstration as a special bonus!

Presented in the Bell School Community Complex Brooksher Outdoor Pavilion on October 15, 2017 at 3 p.m. Free.