When Anne G’Fellers Mason’s first book hit the shelves earlier this month, it was a dream 20 years in the making.
History and theatre will collide in Jonesborough next week with the premiere of an original play that tells stories from Tennessee’s oldest town.
History came to life on Sunday Aril 8 at the Jonesborough/Washington County History Museum in Jonesborough during the Heritage Alliance’s production of the original play, “I Have Been in the Front Line Trenches and in No Man's Land.”
There’s a lot of history to dig through when it comes to Tennessee’s oldest town, Jonesborough.
The free show, hosted by the Heritage Alliance of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia will take place Sunday April 8 at 3 p.m. in the museum within the Jonesborough Visitor’s Center. Tickets are free.
Two longstanding Jonesborough holiday traditions have been combined into one event full of colors, spirit, history and, of course, a four-course meal.
The Heritage Alliance of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia will present an outdoor drama theatre, “With These Hands” on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. outside the historic Old Jonesborough Cemetery and Carriage House Bed & Breakfast located on
Jun 10, 2016 at 8:58 AM