- $15 for four tickets, including unlimited wine tasting and parking ($28 value)
- The festival takes place September 26–September 28
Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival
Diminutive accessories from Sullivan's Doll Furniture. Locally made products from Appalachian Milk Soap. Glass art from Dragon Feathers Glass. These are just a few of the thousands of handcrafted items that populate the 200 vendor booths at Mountain Heritage Arts & Crafts Festival. During this three-day celebration of everything DIY, guests can peruse jewelry, kitchenware, photographs, pottery, and folk art as they sip on local wines. Youngsters can head to art workshops created just for them while adults dance to live music courtesy of bluegrass bands including Hillbilly Gypsies, Circa Blue, and Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper.