SANP Field Event
32nd Annual Cherokee Fall Festival
Celebrating the rich heritage and culture of the Cherokee People
on the grounds of the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum
Saturday, September 9, 10:45 am
Leader: Ann Barber Phone: (865) 466-6168
Meeting place: Near the museum entrance
Registration available: Beginning today
We will have the opportunity to step back in time to photograph the making of traditional Cherokee arts and crafts, music and dance demonstrations as well as work at the blacksmith shop. Other displays and demonstrations include Cherokee life in 1700’s, a Civil War encampment and the Civil War battle re-enactment.
The Tennessee State Parks will also be doing a Birds of Prey program providing additional photographic opportunities.
Traditional Indian Fry bread and Indian tacos, and other food and drinks will be sold.
The festival concludes at 5 pm.
ADA ACCESSIBILITY NOTES: Most activities are on the grounds.
Children 13-18 $5.00
Children 12 & under are free
Family rate of $25 is available
Driving directions: The Sequoyah Birthplace Museum is located just off Highway 411 on Highway 360 in Vonore. Use Google Maps for Sequoyah Birthplace Museum.
For more information: Call the Sequoyah Birthplace Museum at 423-884-6246 or visit the Web site, www.sequoyahmuseum.org.