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Cedar Mountain Holiday Artisan Market

Cedar Mountain Holiday Artisan Market

You’re invited to shop local this season at the Cedar Mtn Holiday Artisan Market at Cedar Mtn Moonshine/Studio276! •Over 20 local vendors! •Velvet Cup Coffee Truck on-site for hot coffee and delicious mini donuts! •Take your photo with Santa! •The Moonshine tasting room + gallery will be open! •Family friendly event *backup weather location will be the Cedar Mtn Community Center across the street-can’t miss it! *vendors prefer cash in case of bad WiFi behavior... Read More
TCH Guild Craft Show

TCH Guild Craft Show

Join the talented crafters and artists on Friday, August 12 and Saturday, August 12 from 9 AM till 5 PM each day at the Masonic Lodge in downtown Brevard. This is a great chance for you to meet the creators and pick up the perfect gift for that special person — even yourself. The Transylvania County Handcrafters Guild is a juried event held 4 times each year, April, June, August and our special holiday show in... Read More
ART IN THE PARK

ART IN THE PARK

The Connestee Art League will once again be holding its Art in the Park on the property of the Brevard Elementary School. 100% of the exhibitor fees will be donated to the art department of the elementary school. We will have approximately 30 exhibitors whose talents include painting, fabric arts, jewelry, pottery, wood crafts, etc. You name it, we have it. Please come out and support your local artists! The rain date will be October... Read More

Appalachian Folk Festival

This time, the event is on, rain or shine! Enjoy a tour of the 1815 Allison Deaver House, the oldest frame house west of the Blue Ridge Mountains, as well as craft booths, artisans at work, mountain music, presenters, and children’s activities.  Featuring the Junior Appalachian Musicians Ensemble Ravensbrook Road, Skyward Blue, Lynn Goldsmith, and the Jeter Mountain Band. Bring the family, a blanket, or chairs, and join us for the day. ... Read More

Fiber Dying Demostration

Local artisan Becky Garrison will discuss and demonstrate the way early settlers used natural materials to dye their fibers and color their fabrics.
Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture

Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture

The 2022 Transylvania Heritage Museum exhibit, Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture, shows how early settlers made their way into the Appalachian Mountains and made them their home.  Families with roots in Scotland, Germany and France arrived by way of Virginia or South Carolina with few personal possessions.  Using the skills and traditions passed down from ancestors, along with diverse natural resources, they created a new lifestyle.  Displays dispel the myth of an uncultured people and reveal lives rich with customs and traditions, including herbal medicines, handicrafts and bluegrass music.  This exhibit runs through mid-October and is supported by North Carolina Humanities, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the... Read More
Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture

Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture

The 2022 Transylvania Heritage Museum exhibit, Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture, shows how early settlers made their way into the Appalachian Mountains and made them their home.  Families with roots in Scotland, Germany and France arrived by way of Virginia or South Carolina with few personal possessions.  Using the skills and traditions passed down from ancestors, along with diverse natural resources, they created a new lifestyle.  Displays dispel the myth of an uncultured people and reveal lives rich with customs and traditions, including herbal medicines, handicrafts and bluegrass music.  This exhibit runs through mid-October and is supported by North Carolina Humanities, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the... Read More
Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture

Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture

The 2022 Transylvania Heritage Museum exhibit, Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture, shows how early settlers made their way into the Appalachian Mountains and made them their home.  Families with roots in Scotland, Germany and France arrived by way of Virginia or South Carolina with few personal possessions.  Using the skills and traditions passed down from ancestors, along with diverse natural resources, they created a new lifestyle.  Displays dispel the myth of an uncultured people and reveal lives rich with customs and traditions, including herbal medicines, handicrafts and bluegrass music.  This exhibit runs through mid-October and is supported by North Carolina Humanities, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the... Read More
Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture

Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture

The 2022 Transylvania Heritage Museum exhibit, Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture, shows how early settlers made their way into the Appalachian Mountains and made them their home.  Families with roots in Scotland, Germany and France arrived by way of Virginia or South Carolina with few personal possessions.  Using the skills and traditions passed down from ancestors, along with diverse natural resources, they created a new lifestyle.  Displays dispel the myth of an uncultured people and reveal lives rich with customs and traditions, including herbal medicines, handicrafts and bluegrass music.  This exhibit runs through mid-October and is supported by North Carolina Humanities, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the... Read More
Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture

Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture

The 2022 Transylvania Heritage Museum exhibit, Mountain Legacies: Exploring Appalachian Culture, shows how early settlers made their way into the Appalachian Mountains and made them their home.  Families with roots in Scotland, Germany and France arrived by way of Virginia or South Carolina with few personal possessions.  Using the skills and traditions passed down from ancestors, along with diverse natural resources, they created a new lifestyle.  Displays dispel the myth of an uncultured people and reveal lives rich with customs and traditions, including herbal medicines, handicrafts and bluegrass music.  This exhibit runs through mid-October and is supported by North Carolina Humanities, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the... Read More