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Events Calendar

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Events in Cherokee

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Events for August
Blueberry Festival
Date(s): Aug 12, 2017
When: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Where: Cherokee Indian Fair Grounds 545 Tsali Blvd. Cherokee, - See more at: http://visitcherokeenc.com/eve

Sponsored by the North American Indian Women’s Association (NAIWA), the Blueberry Festival features fresh berries, delicious recipes, blueberry products, and fun activities for the whole family. Admission is free to the public. Vendor space is available. Entertainment/Event Schedule: 9 a.m. Opening ceremony Concession stand opens Cornhole tournament Blueberry pancakes and blueberry products Huckleberry and blueberry nutritional and cultural values 10 a.m.–2 p.m.  Children's activities, located indoors 11 a.m.  Community entertainment, cultural demonstrations, and talent show 1 p.m.  Adult and youth contests Concession stand closes 2 p.m.  Prizes awarded - See more at: http://visitcherokeenc.com/events/detail/blueberry-festival/#sthash.2EnA1RJ2.dpuf

Tunes on the Tuck Free Concert - Boogertown Gap
Date(s): Aug 12, 2017
When: 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Where: Riverfront Park, 101 Mitchell St.Bryson City

Boogertown Gap is Ruth Barber and Keith Watson, a wife/husband duo and sometimes band. They specialize in the music that was played and sung by early pioneers and settlers of the Great Smoky Mountains and vicinity. Enjoy old Celtic ballads, fiddle tunes, American compositions, Negro spirituals, and those ever-present, unknown traditional tunes! More info

The Tunes on the Tuck free concert series is held every Saturday evening, June - October in Bryson City. Full Schedule

Concert Series sponsors: Duke EnergySwain Community Hospital, and Swain County Tourism Development Authority.