Sunday October 12th, 2014
From 9AM to 4 PM
Celebrating Appalachian heritage with 18th century living history demonstrations, craft vendors, music jam sessions, children's activities, live music and storytelling.
The Southern Appalachian Historical Association and the town of Boone will present the Boone Heritage Festival the second Sunday in October. The festival will be held outdoors in the beautiful wooded setting of the Hickory Ridge Living History Museum.
The Boone Heritage Festival includes musical performances, storytellers, historical demonstrations from the colonial/Revolutionary time period, vendors, regional crafts, children’s activities, food, and a raffle.
The focus of the event is Appalachian traditions, history, and heritage as well as contemporary Appalachian life.
Admission to the Boone Heritage Festival is free.
Hickory Ridge Living History Museum is a non-profit museum located in Boone, at 591 Horn in the West Drive, where eight original log cabins and outbuildings transport the visitor to another time.
Please visit the Hickory Ridge Living History Museum website for more information about the museum.