The Museum & Cultural Center at 5ive Points has a new exhibit on Tennessee's state symbols.
"State symbols, while often overlooked, are good indicators of what each state values," said Curator Debra Watkins. "They give us a look into a state's goals, ideals, and passions."
Learn about the animals, bugs, plants, songs, and more that the state of Tennessee has determined are the best representations of its values, he said.
For more information visit www.museumcenter.org or contact Debra Watkins, curator of Collections and Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 423-339-5745 ext 106
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