Birthplace of Country Music Road Trip

 

Birthplace of Country Music Museum Field Trip

Bristol, Tennessee

Tuesday, April 28, 2015        1 – 3 p.m. (approximately)

 

 (Downloadable PDF at the bottom of this page)

 

Will the Circle be Unbroken…And More!

 Join your KACL friends to find out how the world learned of this wonderful song!

Informational film – Guided Tour – Browse the Permanent Exhibits

Enjoy the traveling exhibit, a Smithsonian production, New Harmonies

[Focuses on the roots of American music: blues, folk, rock, and country]

 

 

For more information about the museum:

www.birthplaceofcountrymusic.org

phone: 423.573.1927

 

Cost per participant: $11.55 (group rate) (checks only, payable to George O’Neill)

Registration Deadline: Tuesday, April 21st

 

You must register at the ETSU Kingsport Allandale main office  because of required ETSU/KACL Field Trip paperwork.

Everyone is invited!

Travel is in private vehicles.

(Ample parking close to the museum, but we encourage carpooling)

The museum is handicap accessible.

DIRECTIONS: I-81N, EXIT 3 to I-381 for 1.8 miles.

I-381 becomes Commonwealth Avenue 1.0 miles.

Turn left onto Cumberland Street 0.4 miles.

Museum on the right at Cumberland & Moore Streets.

*OPTIONAL*

Meet for shopping, browsing, and lunch at HEARTWOOD (I-81N, EXIT 14) at 10 a.m., then caravan to the museum for the 1 p.m. museum tour.


Yes, I want to learn more about the history of country music!

Number Attending: ___________________

Amount Paid: _____________________

Names: ___________________________________________________________________

Cell Phone: ______________________________

Email Address: ____________________________________________________________________

I plan to meet at HEARTWOOD at 10 a.m.

Please check below:

yes_________                 no_________

For more information, please call Gwen Bays, 423.392.8000

 

To Download PDF.  Click here ->  KACL Bristol fieldtrip 2015

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