The Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center hosts Dr. Bill Bass at a book signing and lecture.Read More
Knoxville Symphony Orchestra in Concert, Townsend, TN at the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center. Call 865-448-0044 for more information. Tickets are $25 a person and include a pre-concert reception.Read More
The Smoky Mountain Wood Carvers Festival is being held at the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center in Townsend, TN. The 2010 show was an amazing sucess with 517 entries. Call 800-541-5994 for more information.Read More
For complete information go to http://www.smokymountains.org/info/heritage.html
This Festival takes place at the Townsend Visitor Center and has bluegrass music and clogging, mountain music jam sessions, storytelling, antique tractors, family activities, crafts by local artisans, great food, and demonstrations of a variety of traditional skills including basketry, quilting, weaving, sorghum molasses, apple butter making, apple cider, beekeeping, and blacksmithing.
Festival events are free and take place on the grounds of the Townsend Visitors Center, located at 7906 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Townsend, TN 37882. Call 800-525-6834for details and updates. The Heritage Festival is one of four events during “Townsend Days” Fall Celebration:
which also include activities at the Little River Railroad Museum, the Nawger Nob Arts and Craft Show, and the Blue Riboon Country Fair at the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center.Read More
call the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center, 865-448-0044, for more information and times, or visit www.gsmheritagecenter.orgRead More