Stearns, Kentucky: Tomorrow’s leaders join today’s local and regional leaders to help celebrate the National Park Service’s centennial year with the unveiling of a truly unique short film, Generations.
The McCreary Central High School Future Farmers of America, Choir, and Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps will host the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area on Saturday, September 10, at 4:30 p.m. (ET).
This new park movie was more than a year in the making, with footage shot across all four seasons and featuring many of the park’s most prominent outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain biking, hunting, horseback riding, whitewater paddling, camping, fishing and rock climbing.
To capture the heart of the Big South Fork and its spectacular scenery, the film crew braved snow storms, Class IV rapids, remote deeply wooded areas and steep cliffs. This movie will give visitors a glimpse of the park like it’s never been seen before.
Visitors are encouraged to join park staff as they roll out the red carpet for the unveiling of the film Generations. This is a free event, ADA accessible, and reservations are not required. McCreary Central High School is located at 400 Raider Way Stearns, Kentucky. For directions or additional information, please call (423) 286-7275.