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Stecoah Drive-About Tour

Stecoah Drive-About Tour

The annual Stecoah Arts & Crafts Drive About Tour will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 26-27 at featured studios in Bryson City, Stecoah and Robbinsville.

With their studios open to the public, the self-guided driving tour highlights artisans who have built a livelihood with their creative talents. Media include pottery, beeswax lanterns and pillar candles, original paintings and drawings, fiber, quilts, photography, artisan cheeses and more. 

The tour includes Nantahala School for the Arts (Southwestern Community College), Gallery Zella, Stecoah Artisans Gallery, Yellow Branch Pottery & Cheese, Taylor’s Greenhouse, Wehrloom Honey & Essentials, Junk ‘n’ Style, and Hunting Boy Wood Carving.

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