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Woodstove Cooking Class: Catch the Red Eye!

Woodstove Cooking Class: Catch the Red Eye!

 This week we’re pulling recipes from The Foxfire Book of Appalachian Cookery that use up some of that leftover ham from Easter! Red-eye gravy is a Southern staple–this thin, sauce-like...
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Learning in a Time of Quarantine

Learning in a Time of Quarantine

School may be out, but learning never stops! Looking for more activities for your kids? Try out these heritage-focused activities! For more learning opportunities, check out our education page, our...
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Woodstove Cooking Class: Mayo Magic

Woodstove Cooking Class: Mayo Magic

During this time of quarantine, we are bringing you simple bake-along recipes from The Foxfire Book of Appalachian Cookery that can be cooked on a woodstove, like we do here at the center, or on...
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More Activities for Kids!

More Activities for Kids!

Spring break is over, but quarantine continues. Looking for more activities for your kids? Try out these heritage-focused activities! For more learning opportunities, check out our education page,...
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Woodstove Cooking Class: Custard Pie

Woodstove Cooking Class: Custard Pie

During this time of quarantine, we are bringing you simple bake-along recipes from The Foxfire Book of Appalachian Cookery that can be cooked on a woodstove, like we do here at the center, or on...
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Hands-On Activities for Kids

Hands-On Activities for Kids

We know many of you have school-aged children at home who might be in need of activities to keep them engaged! Try some of these fun, hands-on activities inspired by our books and museum. For more...
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The Foxfire Museum App is LIVE!

The Foxfire Museum App is LIVE!

After over two years of behind-the-scenes work, we’ve finally launched our digital app! This project, made possible by a grant from the ARC, is intended to enhance a tour through the Foxfire...
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