The kids aren’t the only ones to enjoy art, the Valley River Arts Guild hosts a variety of classes for adults at The MAC throughout the year. From guitar lessons to watercolor, the opportunities to express yourself creatively are endless. Just across the street at Trudy’s Creations, you can also enjoy acrylic pouring classes or purchase one of many handcrafted designs. If you’re looking for a unique conversation piece for your home or that one-of-a-kind gift, be sure to explore our locally owned shops at the August 2nd Art Walk.
This annual event hosted by the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce has quickly become a favorite among residents and tourists alike. Forks & Corks is the perfect excuse to visit the mountains or plan a night with friends as we savor the local flavor. Join us at The Hackney Warehouse as we come together to choose the Best Beverage Vendor, Best Food Vendor, and Best Presentation. We don’t mean to brag, but we have some impressive eateries, breweries, and wineries in our beautiful mountain communities. We’ll see you Thursday June 6th!
Be sure to keep up with our #ShaveThePounds competition to see who will have their head shaved at the end of the month and check out an affordable membership at Murphy Health & Fitness, 695 Conahetta Street in Murphy. Give them a call with any questions! (828) 837-9000
Mountain Insurance celebrated their new location at 1241 US Hwy 64 West in Murphy with a Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting. John Bruce and our Chamber Ambassador, Debbie Bruce, are pictured holding the ribbon at each end with business partners, Mark and Kathy Moore, center with scissors.