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Your entry fee lets you compete for ,000 in tagged fish within the beautiful freestone streams of Cherokee, NC; only the 2.2 miles of catch-and-release waters are excluded. Opening ceremony Concession stand opens Strawberry Legends: adult and youth 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Community entertainment, cultural demonstrations, and talent show 1 p.m.Tagged fish will be specially stocked for this event, and when you catch one, you redeem it for cash prizes ranging from to ,000 at the Natural Resources Enforcement Office located at 5175 Sequoyah Trail of Hwy 441. Sponsored by the North American Indian Women’s Association (NAIWA), the Strawberry Festival features fresh berries, delicious recipes, strawberry products, and fun activities for the whole family. Adult and youth contests Concession stand closes 2 p.m.But some Cherokee events are simply a fun way to spend time with your friends and family. to 4 p.m., the Museum of the Cherokee Indian offers a family-friendly fun day of free cultural activities including traditional dancing, storytelling, cultural arts demonstrations, genealogy workshops, hands-on craft workshops and more.Take a quick tour of the event lineup below, pick a few, and add them to your itinerary. All classes have medals and prizes.) The annual Spring Garden Fair is a great way to get your garden growing with helpful tips and instruction! You can also purchase seeds, plants, flowers, seedlings, yard art, etc., so come one, come all, and let’s grow together! The annual Spring Garden Fair is a great way to get your garden growing with helpful tips and instruction! You can also purchase seeds, plants, flowers, seedlings, yard art, etc., so come one, come all, and let’s grow together! Traditional food is available on-site, weather permitting.Tsosdadalv means "We are Sisters" and represents what this event and series is about. Different members of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians share stories and flute music.

Expanded schedule for the 4th of July celebrations from July 1–7, 2018.

There will be no Bonfire Series events in September.

Enjoy free, open-air musical performances by the river Friday and Saturday evenings in downtown Cherokee.

This show will have food, memorabilia, and automobile parts vendors and will be hosted with music by a professional DJ for lots of old-fashioned fun. to 4 p.m., the Museum of the Cherokee Indian offers a family-friendly fun day of free cultural activities including traditional dancing, storytelling, cultural arts demonstrations, genealogy workshops, hands-on craft workshops and more.

Admission is per person and free for children 10 and younger. Traditional food is available on-site, weather permitting.

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