The traveling exhibition “Hoofbeats in the Heartland: Civil War Cavalry” from the Tennessee State Museum, is open at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center and explores the impact of mounted warfare in the state during the Civil War.
Auditorium presentations at the Heritage Center will continue on July 12, the last Saturday of the exhibit period, and include the following: 9:30 a.m., “The Civil War’s Impact on Cades Cove” by Inez Adams; 10:30 a.m., “War Within the Family: The Russell Gregory Story,” by Mary Gregory; 11:30 a.m., “Daniel Davis Foute,” by Dave Post; 1 p.m., “Flags of the South,” by Tom Davis; and 2:30 p.m., “Thomas at Chickamauga,” by Steve Wilson.
The programs will take place in the Heritage Center’s auditorium and are free. Programs and times are subject to change.
Regular museum admission is $6 for adults, $4 for senior adults and students. Children under 6 and GSMHC members are free.
“Hoofbeats in the Heartland” is sponsored by Citizens Bank of Blount County and will be on display through July 16. For more information, call the Heritage Center, 865-448-0044.