KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — For the second year, Marble Springs State Historic Site will host its Easter Egg Roll. 

Guests can color eggs with natural dies and participate in both an Easter egg roll and a traditional Easter egg hunt. 

The festivities will be hosted by reenactors dressed as Governor John Sevier and his wife, Catherine 'Bonny Kate' Sevier, and families can tour the cabins on the site between 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Saturday. 

Admission is free, but any donations will benefit the Marble Springs educational programs. 

Schedule of events: 

10:30-11:30   Egg decorating with natural dyes

                      Traditional fiddle music

11:30-12:30   Children's egg roll races

12:30-1:30     Tour the historic cabins & visit with living history interpreters.  

                       Bring a picnic to enjoy  lunch on the grounds.  

                       Traditional fiddle music

1:30-2:00        Egg hunts

The schedule of events may change in case of inclement weather. Be sure to check the Marble Springs State Historic Site Facebook page for updates