2014 'An Appalachian Evening' Season Tickets Are Now on Sale. A season of eleven great concerts beginning June 28 and continuing through September 6 when Balsam Range returns to the Grand Old Stage.
Where is Stecoah?
The Center is housed in a renovated schoolhouse in the tiny village of Stecoah, North Carolina in the scenic Western North Carolina mountains.
Stecoah is about a half-hour west of Bryson City via US-74 West and NC-28 North – roughly midway between Bryson City and Fontana Dam.
We're also about 15 minutes north of Robbinsville via NC-143 and NC-28 South.
Saturday, March 29 - Sweet and Savory Pie Making Class. $20. Learn more
Saturday, April 12 — Easter Egg Hunt. Fun for all ages. Egg hunt and hat contests, duckie race, deviled egg contest.
Thursday, April 24 - Collage Painting Quilt Square class. $45. Learn more
Saturday, May 17 — Spring Bluegrass Festival. 11 am - 5 pm art and craft vendors on the grounds. 7:30 pm concert in the auditorium.
Wednesdays, June 25 - September 3 — Tailgate Market. 8-11 am.
Saturdays, June 28 - September 6 — 7:30 pm. 'An Appalachian Evening' concert series.
Friday & Saturday, June 27 & 28 — Artisans Drive-About. 10 am - 5 pm each day. Self-guided artisan's gallery & studio tour.
Saturday, June 28 — Art Sampler. 4-7 pm.
For more info...
Asheville's WLOS-TV featured Stecoah Valley Center in a September 2013 segment of 'Road Trippin'.
On the web...
Join a Google+ hangout with Jeremy Brown and the band around 6pm each Saturday before 'An Appalachian Evening' concert.
Follow us on Facebook for the latest additions to the Artisans Gallery as well as information about upcoming events.
Check out the new 'StecoahArts' channel on YouTube where you find all our videos. More will be added each week.
View Ugo Tours' three-minute video (2011) about Stecoah Valley Center.
Planning a Smoky Mountains Vacation? Make Stecoah the centerpiece of your getaway, with all these great things to do.