Episode 3430

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Tennessee Crossroads

March 11, 2021

Season 34 | Episode 30

Miranda Cohen visits a wood carving family in Murfreesboro. Danielle Allen takes a spin through the Children's Museum of Memphis. Ken Willshire visits the old Readyville Mill in Cannon county. Joe Elmore explores the history of Nashville's War Memorial Building. Presented by Nashville Public Television.

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Wrendition Woodturning on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Wrendition Woodturning

Murfreesboro, TN

One of Tennessee’s most precious and beautiful resources is our abundance of majestic trees. Breathtaking to look at and a shame to see go to waste. Tennessee Crossroads found a father and son wood carving team in Murfreesboro, TN that is turning abandoned wood into one of a kind pieces of art. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Cayll Woodworking.

The Children's Museum of Memphis on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

The Children’s Museum of Memphis

Memphis, TN

Kids spend way too much time these days staring at screens for fun , but Tennessee Crossroads excluded! Tennessee Crossroads found the Children's Museum of Memphis, TN that not only makes youngsters forget about their phones, but also teaches them something in the process. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.

War Memorial Building on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

War Memorial Building

Nashville, TN

Veteran's Day Weekend is traditionally a time reflection on the contributions of American veterans throughout history. Back in the 1920's, Nashville built a remarkable structure dedicated to the veterans of World War One. Today, the War Memorial Building remains a place of gathering and remembrance.

Readyville Mill & Goodness Gracious Cafe on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Readyville Mill & Goodness Gracious Cafe

Readyville, TN

When we need a bag of flour or cornmeal, all we have to do is visit the closest market but, back in the early 1800’s it wasn’t so easy. Folks grew their own grain and took it to the local grist mill for grinding into these staples. Ken Wilshire visited the old Readyville Mill in Cannon county recently to see how one grist mill has been restored and the new owners are doing far more than grinding corn. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.