Booker T. Washington National Monument to Host
Jack Tale Players as Part of Living History Day
Hardy, VA - Booker T. Washington National Monument is pleased to be hosting the always entertaining Jack Tale Players on Saturday, July 25 for two performances, 12:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. If you want to laugh out-loud come join Jack, the Appalachian folk hero, as he overcomes adversity through his wit and wisdom and maybe even a few songs. The Jack Tales, as dramatized by R. Rex Stephenson, are stories of the Blue Ridge Mountains that appeal to audiences of all ages because of the fast-paced action, energetic actors, and foot stomping music. Join us under the cedar tree next to Booker’s cabin for an afternoon of entertainment and fun. Please bring a lawn chair or blanket.
This program is produced by the Blue Ridge Dinner Theater Touring Productions at Ferrum College. The program is appropriate for the young and young at heart and free to the public. For more information, please contact the park at (540) 721-2094.
Booker T. Washington National Monument is one of 391 units of the National Park Service, the agency entrusted with the care of our nation’s natural and cultural treasures. The park is located 16 miles northeast of Rocky Mount, VA via VA 122; 25 miles southeast of Roanoke, VA via U.S. 220 and VA 122; and 45 miles southwest of Lynchburg, VA via U.S. 460 and VA 122. The park is open seven days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Admission, parking, and all programs are free. Visit us on the web at: www.nps.gov/bowa.