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Mountain City GA - Foxfire Heritage Days

Heritage Day

Heritage Days

Travel 200 years back in time. Experience pioneer Appalachia as brought to life by local volunteers at The Foxfire Museum & Heritage Center, with some adults and children dressed in 1800s period costumes, showcasing the many facets of life in the North Georgia Mountains.

Musicians will be performing; a "smithy" will be at work in the Blacksmith Shop; woodworkers, potters, our lovely corn shuck doll maker, and the soap maker will be demonstrating their trade; folks will be cooking over an open hearth in the Savannah House, and our very own Village Weaver will be knitting or weaving with the young ones. Other traditional activities, including some children's games, may take place as well!Magazineand share a special place in the Foxfire family.

Adults $10

Children 7 - 11 $5

Children under 6 free

May 12, 2018

Cost: see copy above for fees


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Foxfire Appalachian Museum
98 Foxfire Lane
Mountain City , NC 30562
USA

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Phone:706-746-5828
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