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Blairsville GA - Mountain Heritage Festival

Mountain Heritage Festival

Mountain Heritage Festival

The Mountain Heritage Festival is a fun fill-filled family event held annually Saturday and Sunday of Labor Day Weekend from 10:00am - 5:00 pm at the Mountain Life Museum oneblock south of the square in Blairsville, Georgia.

The festival features locally produced handicrafts, traditional foods, music, demonstrations, hands on activities, and live animals help tell the story of life in this rugged land a century ago. Mountain art and crafts, music, living history activities, demonstrations on quilting, spinning, basket making, chair canning, farm animals, and gold panning and activities for children.

Also several 1800's building'sincluding the Payne Cabin (1860) make up the homestead site.

September 8, 2018

Cost: Free


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Mountain Life Museum
25 Veteran's Memorial Parkway
Blairsville, GA 30512


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Phone:706.745.5493
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