Past Events – NC Blue Ridge

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Attend a lively musical performance, go dancing at one of the many street festivals planned throughout the Blue Ridge Mountains, explore regional gem mines, sample your way across a food and wine festival, or explore a new art exhibit. There’s no shortage of cool things to do here in Western North Carolina. Here’s a list of some of the best events taking place this month.

History Explorers for Kids: Ancient American Indian Artifacts

Black Mountain United Methodist Church 101 Church Street, Black Mountain

This program will encourage children to be “history detectives” as they use their observation skills to infer the uses of ancient American Indian tools and contemporary crafts made by Cherokee artisans. Children will also learn how to play the butter bean game, a historic Cherokee counting game. The program will include a blowgun and atlatl […]

$5

History Explorers for Kids: Ancient American Indian Artifacts

Black Mountain United Methodist Church 101 Church Street, Black Mountain

This program will encourage children to be “history detectives” as they use their observation skills to infer the uses of ancient American Indian tools and contemporary crafts made by Cherokee artisans. Children will also learn how to play the butter bean game, a historic Cherokee counting game. The program will include a blowgun and atlatl […]

$5

History Explorers: Butterflies and Pollination

Black Mountain United Methodist Church 101 Church Street, Black Mountain

In this outdoor, distanced program, children will learn about the life cycle of the butterfly and use colored paper, tempera paint and other crafts to make representations of each stage of the butterfly’s life cycle.Designed for pre-K to 2nd grade. This event will be held at the shaded lot behind the Black Mountain United Methodist Church […]

$5

History’s Mysteries for Kids- Ancient American Indian Artifacts

Black Mountain United Methodist Church 101 Church Street, Black Mountain

Join the Swannanoa Valley Museum for an hour-long outdoor activity in which kids will learn how to be "history detectives" by studying ancient American Indian artifacts and learning about their uses. Activity is designed for kids from Kindergarten through 4th grade.

$5