No entrance fee for this annual event to enjoy traditional Cherokee dancing, cultural arts demonstrations, storytelling, frybread, singing and flute music at the outdoor 17th century Cherokee Homestead Exhibit, one of five attractions along a 2-mile Cherokee History Trail in Hayesville. Dancing, storytellers, and artisans. Children of all ages will enjoy craft activities, practicing blowgun techniques, and a scavenger hunt with their families. Adults will enjoy plant walks and talks in Native Botanical Gardens, led by the Hiwassee River Watershed Coalition. The adjacent Clay County “Old Jail” Museum will be open throughout the event and is free to the public. Free parking and shuttle bus are provided.
Sponsored by: Clay County Communities Revitalization Association For additional information: 828-389-3045 or cccra-nc.org