Learn more about STANDING STONE DAY 2019.
Aspen Yahola is a 13- year-old descendant of OpothleYahola, leader of Creek warriors at the Battle of Horseshoe Bend. An enrolled citizen of the Muscogee Creek Nation in Oklahoma, she attends Walter J. Baird Middle School in Lebanon, TN, where she is goalie for the soccer team. Aspen has performed at Tennessee Tech as well as competing in dance at pow-wows in several states. She is very active in Native American pow-wows and assists her mother in coordinating the Mt. Juliet PowWow held each year on the fourth weekend in September. She is excited to be a part of the Standing Stone Day Celebrati0n, on Oct. 12, 2019.
Other events include:
10 a.m. Parade through downtown from farmers market to the Standing Stone
11 a,m Ceremony at the Stone. The annual laying of the wreath and tomahawk by Native Americans and a special dance by 13-year-Old Aspen Yahola, a Muscogee Creek Indian
12:30 p.m. Excursion Train from Nashville
ALL DAY EVENTS
ALL in the Park Area:
Cruise-In & Arts & Crafts Vendors
Music, Food, Fun
What better way to celebrate the fall
season than to come to the mountain
and dive into its rich heritage from the
Native American era to the Civil War,
railroad age, and beyond. Come help
us celebrate why we call Monterey the
place “Where Hilltops Kiss the Sky.”
For more information about Standing
Stone Day, 2016, call Julie Bohannon,
Monterey cultural administrator, (931)
839-2111 or email her at
email@example.com; or visit www.MontereyTN.com
401 E. Commercial Ave.
Monterey, TN 38574