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2021 Cherokee, NC, Fishing Tournament Lineup

We’re excited to announce the Cherokee fishing tournaments for 2021! Cherokee boasts 30 miles of streams, making it the longest privately-owned stocked waters east of the Mississippi. For more than 50 years, Cherokee has had one of the greatest stocking programs in all of the US, with almost 300,000 rainbow, brook, and brown trout stocked annually. No wonder it's known as one of the best places to fish! 

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2020 Kananesgi Virtual Art Market

Join over 20 Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians artists December 4-6, 2020 for the Kananesgi Virtual Art Market. Kananesgi is the Cherokee word for spider. The spider represents creativity in our culture. In 2020, Kananesgi Art Market organizers had to match the event namesake and the artists’ creativity because of Covid-19.

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Alterna-Fair Artist Event Scheduled in Place of Cancelled Indian Fair

The Alterna-Fair is a new event taking place at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, October 5-10, from 10 am to 4 pm, featuring Cherokee artists and musicians who will be demonstrating their crafts and selling their wares. Visitors can chat with the artists on hand, watch how they make their art, and purchase one-of-a-kind handmade goods.  

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5 Things to Do in Cherokee This Fall

Autumn is one of the most beautiful times of year to visit Cherokee. Our mountainsides turn red and gold and the fall foliage can be enjoyed at your pace, either on a scenic hike on a local trail or on a scenic drive on one of our mountain roads. To get the most out of your trip to Cherokee this fall, we’ve put together five suggestions for things to do and see while you are here.

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5 Scenic Overlooks Around Cherokee To Visit This Fall

With miles of unspoiled nature, Cherokee, NC, is surrounded by natural beauty and spectacular views. Autumn is an especially popular time for visitors and residents alike to take a scenic drive and experience the brilliant colors and mountain views. Take in the sights and sounds of fall by visiting these five overlooks near Cherokee, NC.

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