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Celebrating Our Appalachian Culture
October in Mountains Means Colorful Crafts
Every day thousands of American artists share their vision and talent by producing amazing hand-made decorative and functional objects. And every day thousands of craft retailers share their love of these items by displaying, promoting and selling them. Western North Carolina joins the national celebration of the hand-made object during American Craft Week Oct 5-14.
You can experience special exhibitions, demonstrations, tours, festivals, open studios, kiln openings and more. Check out the website for details.
Book Your Space in Next 'Down the Road' 
We live in an amazing place when it comes to music, and we want to share that music with visitors on our Blue Ridge Music Trails.
The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area’s "Down the Road" magazine returns this spring, highlighting this rich heritage with stories about musicians, venues, festivals, community jam sessions and more. We will also include a listing of festivals and venues throughout the entire region and the entire magazine will be online after publication this spring. 
We're excited to be working again with the experienced writers, editors and salespeople at Smoky Mountain News to create a free publication that guides visitors to the many musical venues and events along our Blue Ridge Music Trails. 
The magazine offers advertising opportunities for your county or organization to get in front of a dedicated audience for music. The folks at Smoky Mountain News are eager to give you more details. Contact Hylah Birenbaum at

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