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Event listings for WNC / NE GA.
Updated whenever we get around to it.
(Usually on Sunday.)

Last Revised: October 17, 2021

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Get in touch: info@songcatchers.club

Saturday, October 23

Appalachian Brew, Stew & Que Festival
Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds
1311 Music Hall Rd, Hiawassee, GA

The 2021 Appalachian Brew, Stew, & Que Festival brings you great craft breweries from Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina & Alabama. There will also be delicious food from area restaurants, regional arts & crafts, and lots of Appalachian & Americana music!

$40 at the gate, $35 online. Unlimited tasting!

Wednesday, October 27

Brasstown Farmer’s Market
Across the street from the Brasstown Shops (Brasstown, NC)

Local community market for fresh foods, produce, plants, eggs, sunshine, and flowers!

From T-Claw: There is a lady who has about 20 kinds of unique pastries including chicken pasties, scotch eggs, and other savories along with sweets & mince meats. She also sells them at increments not rounded off to the nearest quarter dollar and packages them in well cleaned reused grocery packaging. My cinnamon blondie came in an egg salad container.


Virtual Q&A with Natalie Pattillo and Daniel A. Nelson (And So I Stayed Filmmakers)
Part of the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers
Hosted by John C. Campbell Folk School

Presented by South Arts and hosted locally by Olive’s Porch, a new Folk School experience coming soon to downtown Murphy. Q&A with the fillmakers of And So I Stayed. The film is an award-winning documentary about survivors of abuse fighting for their lives and spending years behind bars. These women paid a steep price with long prison sentences, lost time with loved ones, and painful memories.

Free. Register for Zoom Q&A on the Folk School's blog.

Films will be available to watch up to four days after their screen date on Eventive.

Saturday, October 30

Duke Street Halloween Bash
Duke Street, Murphy, NC

Every year hundreds of children gather around Duke street going from house to house in our local neighborhood getting candy. Come join us as we celebrate Halloween with this annual tradition. There will be large inflatables on Duke street. Come participate in the Duke Street experience!

Free admission

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