The ancient rich resonance of the cedar flute will flow throughout the mountains at Cumberland Gap National Historical Park as traditional Cherokee storyteller Crit Callebs plays for the woodland animals and birds and all who flock to the Wilderness Road Campground amphitheater on Saturday beginning at 11 a.m., the Middlesboro (Ky.) Daily News reported.

His masterful stories will connect all to the land and animals of the Appalachian Mountains. The beauty and intelligence of Native American ancestral teachings will uplift and inspire.

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