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If You Love Cherokee, NC, You Need to Follow These 6 Instagrammers

There’s so much creativity coming out of Cherokee, NC, that it’s no surprise there’s a growing scene on Instagram of makers, explorers, and everyday citizens documenting the beauty of this land, and the rich culture that makes Cherokee so special. Whether they lean toward landscapes or portraits, these Instagrammers offer a day-in-the-life look at Cherokee.

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2017 Year in Review: Top 10 Photos from Cherokee, NC

See the top 10, best pictures from Cherokee, NC, from the past year, and get inspired for your next trip! To see the year-round seasonal splendor in Cherokee, be sure to follow us on Instagram at VisitCherokeeNC. 

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Visit Cherokee for Your Last Minute Shopping!

During the holiday season, it’s fun to pick out gifts for your loved ones that reflect their personality and interests. Because of the time, energy, and creativity that go into making them, handmade and artisanal items can make thoughtful presents that your friends and family will love. We’re so fortunate that Cherokee, North Carolina, is home to many artists and craftspeople who share their talents with us. These artists are preserving traditional methods and materials, while adding their own special twists and talents.

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The Warriors of AniKituhwa: Bringing Cherokee Dance and History to Life

For the last 13 years, the Warriors of AniKituhwa have been delighting and educating audiences in Cherokee, NC, and beyond. The dance group consists of eight men who are all enrolled members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, and are designated official cultural ambassadors. Some of the popular Cherokee social dances they perform include the Bear Dance, Beaver Hunting Dance, and Friendship Dance. Find out when you can see the Warriors of AniKituhwa perform next! 

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Cherokee Heritage Day at Cherokee Museum Celebrates Hunter Moon

On the second Saturday of every month, the Museum of the Cherokee Indian in Cherokee, NC, hosts Heritage Day. The next Heritage Day is set for Saturday, November 11, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Free and open to all ages, all activities will celebrate the Cherokee month of Nvdadegwa, known as the “Hunter’s Moon.” This event is sponsored by the Museum and the North Carolina Arts Council, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

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