Air Dates: February 6th, 2011 (Tennessee Crossroads is off the air in the WNPT viewing area on Thursday, February 3rd)
Daniel Sharp, Toymaker
Ken Wilshire meets a toymaker in Kenton who doesn't craft his works for profit, only for love of the craft.
Contact: Daniel Sharp
Location: Kenton, TN [map]
Tammi Arender visits a stately mansion in Bolivar to find out why it's been named one of the south's best bed and breakfasts.
Contact: Elaine and Gregg Cox
Location: 418 North Main Street, Bolivar, TN 38008 [map]
The Creamery Park Grille
Rob Wilds journeys to Knoxville to find out how the Creamery Park Grille in Fountain City was born.
Contact: Jeffery Pattin
Location: 114 Hotel Ave. NE, Knoxville, TN 37918 [map]
Tressa Bush introduces us to Horace Burgess, a man who loves treehouses so much that he might just have built the world's largest.
Contact: Horace Burgess
Location: Crossville, TN [map]
Mailing Address: PO Box 1165 Crossville, TN 38557
Info: Call to set up appointment to visit treehouse
Air Dates: February 10th & 13th, 2011
Delta Queen Steamboat & Hotel
Ken Wilshire travels to Chattanooga to stay at the last fully operational, overnight passenger steamboat in the country, the Legendary Delta Queen.
Contact: Delta Queen Hotel
Location: 100 River Street, Chattanooga, TN 37405 [map]
National Ornamental Metal Museum
Tammi Arender takes us on a visit to the National Ornamental Metal Museum in Memphis.
Contact: National Ornamental Metal Museum
Phone: (901)774-6380 / (877)881-2326
Location: 374 Metal Museum Drive, Memphis, TN 38106 [map]
Forbus General Store
Tressa Bush visits a general store in Fentress County where locals gather to play a local card game called PIG and to socialize.
Contact: Joe Sells
Location: 3902 N. York Highway, Pall Mall, TN 38577 [map]
Civil War Dinner Theatre
Rob Wilds visits a place in Whitwell where you can get a fun history lesson and some good things to eat.
Contact: Steve Gipson
Location: Whitwell Button Willow Church
Take exit 155 off of I-24
Take Hwy 28 North toward Whitwell
Turn left onto Spring Avenue
At four-way stop, Turn Right.
Bear right at fork.
Air Dates: February 17th & 20th, 2011
Old Mill Square
Joe Elmore visits a historic mill where living history is part of the daily grind.
Contact: Old Mill Square
Location: 175 Old Mill Avenue, Pigeon Forge, TN 37868 [map]
Artist John Petrey
Ken Wilshire spends day with a Chattanooga artist who recycles in the name of fashion.
Contact: John Petrey Studios, Inc.
Location: 559 East Main Street, Chattanooga, TN 37408 [map]
Civil War Field Trip at Belle Meade Plantation
Joe Elmore heads out to Belle Meade to discover how the Plantation has been bringing Civil War history to life for local school kids.
Contact: Belle Meade Plantation
Phone: (800)270-3991 / (615)356-0501
Location: 5025 Harding Pike, Nashville, TN 37205 [map]
Rob Wilds meets with the women of Nashville's Magdalene House and learns about their creative mission.
Contact: Marlei Owens
Location: Nashville, TN [map]
Info: Thistle Farm products are sold in stores all through the United states, see their website for specifics.
Air Dates: February 25th & 27th, 2011
Artist Deneen Coleman-Ruff
Rob Wilds visits an artist in Nashville who has an inspiring story to share.
Contact: Deneen Coleman-Ruff
Location: Nashville, TN [map]
Info: Deneen's work is currently on display at the Parthenon in Nashville. For more information visit www.nashville.gov/Parthenon/Galleries/Galleries-West.asp
Green Frog Village
Susan Watson travels back in time to a restored West Tennessee community near Jackson.
Location: 15 Green Frog Lane, Alamo, TN 38001 [map]
Gretchen Bates learns the fascinating history surrounding an antebellum mansion in Knoxville.
Location: 3148 Kingston Pike, S.W., Knoxville, TN 37919 [map]
Tammi Arender travels to Lynnville to meet Colonel Littleton, who wants to bring back traditions of the past by creating nostalgic gifts.
Contact: Col. Gary Littleton
Location: 755 Abernathy Rd., Lynnville, TN 38472 [map]