|31 - 10||"Unto These Hills" Outdoor Drama - On stage for over 50 years, this spectacular outdoor drama portrays the history of the Cherokee Indians covering the period of 1540 up to and through the removal of all but a remnant to Indian Territory in Oklahoma in 1838. Nightly except Sundays.
|11 - 13||Festival of Native Peoples - A gathering of various Native American tribal dancers, musicians, storytellers and artists from all over the United States in a three-day celebration of cultures.
|27||Talking Trees Children's Trout Derby - The Talking Trees Children's Trout Derby has entertained an average of 1,000 children annually. Also included will be fly-tying exhibitions, fish-cleaning stations, food, music, door prizes and trophies. This is a free event for children ages eleven and under.
Address: Fairgrounds and Oconaluftee Island Park
|24||Qualla Arts Open Air Indian Market - Address: Qualla Arts & Crafts Mutual, Inc.
Highway 441 North
, Cherokee, North Carolina
|30 - 1||Cherokee Survivors Motorcycle Rally -
|24 - 28||Cherokee Indian Fair - live entertainment, stickball, agricultural exhibits, Cherokee handmade crafts exhibit and sale, Indian food, carnival
|4 - 5||AHTA Big Rigs Show - Gorgeously restored and customized old and antique trucks. Everything from classic pickups to complete big rigs. Truckloads of good food, music, and fun!
|31||New Year's Eve Fireworks -
Address: Cherokee Indian Fair Grounds
|23||Handmade Holly Days Celebration and Parade -
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