Come celebrate the spirit of the harvest at the Rocky Mount’s annual Fall Family Festival on Saturday, October 12th.
UNICOI — The Town of Unicoi will host its 25th Anniversary Celebration Friday, October 11, beginning at 5 p.m. at the Tourist Information Center in Unicoi.
Ask any storyteller at the National Storytelling Festival what they feel their stories are doing, and most will give you the same answer: They’re peacebuilding.
ERWIN — As one of the largest festivals in the Southeast, it’s no surprise the Unicoi Apple Festival draws in people from all over the region, something Brandon Hubbard-Heitz and his family can relate to.
The record warm weather may have made Friday's opening day of the 42nd Unicoi County Apple Festival a record setter for attendance.
With the 2019 National Storytelling Festival just hours away, the International Storytelling Center is “all hands on deck” in preparation for an event that brings thousands to downtown Jonesborough every year.
Tickets are on sale now for the nation’s premier storytelling event, the National Storytelling Festival, held October 4-6.
Jonesborough’s National Storytelling Festival is more than just a celebration of the spoken word, it is -- for International Storytelling Center Kiran Singh Sirah -- a bridge for peace and understanding.
After years of growth, along with dreams of hosting a public arts festival highlighting local artists, the Johnson City Public Art Committee finally made that dream into a reality.
The Johnson City Public Art Committee will host its inaugural Art Struck Festival on Sept. 28 at Founders Park, 225 Commerce St., in downtown Johnson City from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
A quick look back at some of the faces and people from the festival weekend.
If festivals were currency, Johnson City may well be one of the richest cities in America.
The awarding winning Unicoi County Apple Festival will return for its 42nd annual run Friday and Saturday, Oct. 4 and 5, in downtown Erwin.
In 1973, Jonesborough hosted its first Storytelling Festival.
Despite temperatures in the upper 80s, Umoja Festival participants weren't deterred, enjoying an afternoon of music, dance and food that filled the streets of downtown Johnson City Saturday.