The Tennessee Commission for the Semiquincentennial of the United States invites you to join a public information meeting held at these Tennessee cities from December 6-8, 2021.
December 6, noon: Knoxville, East Tennessee History Center, 601 S. Gay Street
December 6, 4 pm: Kingsport. Eastman Board Room at the Kingsport Chamber of Commerce, 400 Clinchfield Street, Suite 100
December 7, 11 am: Nashville. Tennessee Historical Commission, 2951 Lebanon Road
December 8, 4 pm: Memphis: Memphis Public Library, 3030 Poplar Ave.
We want to discuss the ideas and plans that Tennesseans have to commemorate, educate, and celebrate the 250th anniversary of the American Revolution and the Declaration of Independence.
The mission of the Tennessee Commission for the Semiquincentennial of the United States is to promote an inclusive statewide celebration and educational commemoration of America’s 250th by interpreting and preserving Tennessee’s unique stories, objects, landmarks, and places across our diverse state that defined who we are as Tennesseans and Americans.
We want to hear from YOU about the unique stories, objects, landmarks, and places that you wish to highlight and learn more about during the state’s 250th celebration.
The Tennessee State Historian and MTSU Center for Historic Preservation Director, Dr. Carroll Van West, and members of the Commission will attend the public information meetings to share their ideas and to hear your thoughts about how Tennessee can best celebrate our great nation’s 250th birthday and commemorate the many important events of our Revolutionary War heritage.
If you cannot attend the meetings in person, please join us at a Zoom meeting on December 9 at 6 pm central/ 7 pm eastern
Tennessee Commission for the Semiquincentennial of the United States Public Meeting
When: Dec 9, 2021 6:00 PM CT/7:00 PM ET (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.