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A new Farragut Museum exhibit will open to the public on Thursday, April 2. “Farragut at Forty: Celebrating 40 Years of History” will include photos, newspaper articles and artifacts that tell the story of the Town through the years. The Farragut Museum, located at Farragut Town Hall, is open 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and admission is always free.
Keith McDaniel, who produced the video “A History of Concord and Farragut” in 2018, has been commissioned by the Town of Farragut to create a new video chronicling the founding of the Town. The video will be available for purchase at the museum when the new exhibit opens.
The video will premiere during a special invitation-only event that includes a sneak peek at the new exhibit on Wednesday, April 1. Want to be invited? Learn how to become a Friend of the Farragut Museum at townoffarragut.org/museum.
Participants must be aged 18+. Cost: $2 per person, per session. During open gym hours, the gym is on the challenge court system. Games are played to 15 baskets, winning by two baskets; games can’t be won on a 3-point shot. Bring your own ball; limited balls available for checkout.
Participants must be aged 15+. Cost: $2 per person, per session. Grab your friends and come bump, set, spike. During open gym hours, the gym is on the challenge court system. Games are played to 15 points using rally scoring. Bring your own ball; nets provided.