June 2018 Events


June 22-23, 2018

  • Arts & Crafts Drive-About Tour, 10:00 am-5:00 pm both days. A free self-guided driving tour of the galleries and working studios of Graham and Swain County. On the tour you will meet some of the artists that make Western North Carolina famous for our handcrafted arts and crafts. Brochures that include the map and information for the driving tour are available at all studios on the tour. The Schoolhouse Café will be open for light snacks both days of the tour.  Contact Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center for additional information.  828-479-3364

June 23-24, 2018

  • ASAP's 2018 Farm Tour, tour WNC farms and experience firsthand how food is grown and raised in the Southern Appalachian mountains. On ASAP’s Farm Tour, visitors can choose from over 20 farms to visit one summer weekend, and discover the stories and flavors of our region’s agriculture through guided tours, demonstrations, tastings, and family-friendly activities. Make new farm friends, tour our beautiful mountain landscapes, and create your own farm stories. Click on link for information and ticket prices.

June 23, 2018

  • Riverfest at Champion Park, Rosman, NC.  Free, 10:00 am-3:00 pm. The Transylvania French Broad Stewards, Headwaters Outfitters, and the Town of Rosman invite you to join in the outdoor fun of our 3rd Annual Upper French Broad Riverfest! Celebrate and learn about our river as you visit Rocky the Hellbender and his water critter friends, show off boating skills at the Upper French Broad River Canoe Relay, sell and buy goods at the Outdoor Gear Flea Market, enjoy hands-on activities for kids of all ages, like free tubing rides, and relax with music, food trucks, and booths for all arts and environmental interests.
  • Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, at Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center, Robbinsville, NC. An Appalachian Evening' Summer Concert. Michael Cleveland is one of the premier bluegrass fiddlers of his generation and, with ten International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Fiddle Player of the Year awards under his belt, he is the most awarded and celebrated fiddler in the history of Bluegrass music.  Adults $25; Students/K-12 $10; plus tax.  All concerts at 7:30 pm in the air-conditioned Lynn L. Shields Auditorium. Dinner served in the Schoolhouse Cafe beginning at 6:00 pm.  Click on link for tickets and additional information.  828-479-3364



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