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2020 Cherokee, NC Fishing Tournament Lineup

Check out the Cherokee fishing tournament lineup for 2020! 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 close to 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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Cherokee Holiday Shopping and Gift Guide

This holiday season, give the gift of Cherokee arts and crafts, and support local Cherokee artists and businesses. We’ve curated a list of some of the best gifts you can find from four stores in Cherokee–each offering unique items, so that you can find something for everyone on your list! Happy holiday shopping!

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5 Things to Do in Cherokee This Fall

In Cherokee, NC, fall is a time of transformation. The leaves put on a dizzying display, competing for color, and the air is crisp and cool. It's a time to slow down, gather with loved ones, and take in the culture and beauty of the area. Check out these five things to get the most out of your visit this season. 

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The Kananesgi Basket and Carving Festival Celebrates Cherokee Artists

The Kananesgi Basket and Carving Festival will celebrate the basket makers, carvers, instrument makers, and weaponry artists of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI), on Saturday, November 9th, from 10 am to 4 pm at the Cherokee Indian Fairgrounds. Visitors can meet close to 30 different artists, learn the history of Cherokee baskets, and discover the intricacies of a variety of Cherokee art forms. A marketplace will feature art from participating artists and one-of-a-kind pieces will be available to purchase and take home.

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9 Fall Foliage Sights in and Around Cherokee, NC

The air is crisp, the leaves are crunchy underfoot, and the sunshine is bright and warming. It’s a delicious time of year in Cherokee, NC, and a great time to slow down and take in the natural splendor of the area. Here’s some inspiration for your trip!

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