Posts from March 2016
Learn Eastern Band of Cherokee pottery styles, the history of the craft and more at the first Didanisisgi Pottery Festival April 16th. Several renowned potters will be sharing their techniques in on-site demonstrations and will have their work available for sale along with traditional Cherokee cuisine served by The North American Indian Women’s Association (NAIWA).
For over 50 years, Cherokee has had one of the greatest stocking programs in all of the US--outfitting over 30 miles of Enterprise water with close to 300,000 rainbow, brook and brown trout annually. No wonder it's known as one of the best places to fish! Ready to cast on? Read on for everything you need to know about fishing Cherokee including permit info, upcoming tournaments, and more.Read More
Have you planned your Spring trip to Cherokee? There's so much to do and see! March 26th is the annual Rainbow and Ramps Festival in Cherokee, and for only $10 a plate you can enjoy the local fare. Ramps, or wild mountain leeks, taste like a cross between garlic and onion and are served alongside friend rainbow trout, fresh caught from the crystal clear waters in Cherokee. If you're an angler, March 26th is also the Opening Day Fishing Competition with $20,000 in tagged fish! Whether you buy a plate of fish at Rainbow and Ramps festival or catch your own, this is where you'll want to be for a true "taste of Cherokee."Read More