Public History

Foxfire EZine: The Covid Series, Part 3

Foxfire EZine: The Covid Series, Part 3

As our Foxfire fellows gear up for a unique summer of socially distanced oral histories, we’ve encouraged them to investigate how the coronavirus is impacting Appalachia. In this third part,...
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Foxfire EZine: The Covid Series, Part 3

Foxfire EZine: The Covid Series, Part 2

As our Foxfire fellows gear up for a unique summer of socially distanced oral histories, we’ve encouraged them to investigate how the coronavirus is impacting Appalachia. In this second...
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It Still Lives: Season 2, Shape Note Music

It Still Lives: Season 2, Shape Note Music

In Appalachia, shape-note singing dominated musical and religious groups. Shape-note music, often referred to by the song book used, such as Sacred Harp or Christian Harmony, uses different shapes,...
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Foxfire EZine: The Covid Series, Part 3

Foxfire EZine: The Covid Series

As our Foxfire fellows gear up for a unique summer of socially distanced oral histories, we’ve encouraged them to reach out to people in their lives to start their investigation of how the...
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Heritage Days

A Celebration of Southern Appalachian Culture. Join us for a full day of interpretive demonstrations of weaving, blacksmithing, basketry, open hearth cooking, broom making, bark berry baskets, corn...
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Music on the Mountain

Join us on The Land to enjoy music by local artists the second Saturday of the month. Doors 6:30 pm, music at 7:00 pm. Suggested donation of $10, no registration required. Bring a picnic and some...
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