AME :: Current Events


The Amis Mill Eatery - Now Open Under New Management
New Days/Hours Schedule: Thursday - Saturday 11AM - 9 PM, Sunday 11AM - 7PM
CALL US TO BOOK A TABLE so you can skip the wait (423) 272-7040

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May 20, 2021 Rogersville, TN

Jake's back, which means Rogersville's historic Amis Mill is about to get busy again!

Location
Amis Mill Eatery Open for Your Dining Pleasure

Days/Hours Schedule: Thursday - Saturday 11AM - 9 PM, Sunday 11AM - 7PM

AME :: Past Events


Amis Open House

Thomas Amis Colonial Christmas Home Tour
Saturday, December 14, 2019 :: 1pm – 5pm

  • $10 Preservation Donation
  • Colonial Guests
  • American Indian Guests and Authentic Gift Sales

Native American Gathering Founder: Stonewolf Morris Tribute.



Indian Gathering

American Indian Gathering At Big Creek
October 5, 2019 from 10 am - 5 pm

Come join us for an amazing historical event.
Bring your cameras because you will not want to miss this.

  • Vendor Booths will be available at 10 am
  • Drumming, Dancing, Storytelling
  • For More information call Stonewolf - (423) 736-7596 or Dancing Eagle (865) 278-4394

Mark you calendars:
October 5, 2019 from 10 am - 5 pm
127 Bear Hollow RD | Rogersville, TN 37857

Parking Only $5.00
Donations for the preservation of the Amis Mill Dam will be gratefully received.


Jagger

Come and meet the beautiful Harris’s Hawk "Jagger." October 5, 2019 from 10 am - 5 pm

‘Jagger’ was hatched in captivity and hand-raised, making him a human imprint. After coming to the American Eagle Foundation, he was trained to free-fly and eventually became the opening star of the Wings Over America birds of prey show. Because of his sweet disposition, he was placed with a large female name Lace to see if they would breed. Unfortunately, Lace’s eggs were infertile, so Jagger is now an ambassador for his species as an educational bird.

Harris’s hawks are very social birds! Often called Wolves of the Sky, they hunt in packs in order to catch bigger prey. They’re also known to help their parents raise new broods of young, which proves their sociability. They are desert birds and can be found in the southwest. If you’re lucky, you might see a few of these birds ‘back stacking’ on top of another in the wild to gain predatory advantage or simply to find a spot to perch.
Join us at the Historic Amis Grounds for Events, Great Food, Weddings, Tours and Our Visitor Center, all with wonderful views of our TN Mt's.

Jake Jacobs
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