Here's your chance to learn more about the mountain culture of Appalachia when you attend the Cincinnati Museum Center's free Appalachian Culture Fest being held on Saturday, February 15 and Sunday, February 16.
Appalachian Culture Fest Co-sponsored by the Appalachian Community Development Association, the Appalachian Culture Fest will give visitors the chance to watch skilled mountain crafters create handmade wares (which will be available for purchase), observe traditional Appalachian arts demonstrations and delight in the tales of storytellers.
Visitors can also enjoy the many performances by a variety of bluegrass musicians.
Of course, there will be lots and lots of tasty food available for purchase to please your palates.
Hours for the Appalachian Culture Fest are noon - 5 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free (in the Museum's public access areas) but any activities taking place at the surrounding museums will have an admission charge. General parking at the Museum complex is $6.
For more information about the Appalachian Culture Fest call 800-733-2077 or get online at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Appalachian Culture Fest will take place in the Grand Rotunda area of the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. The Cincinnati Museum Center is located at 1301 Western Ave. in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is approximately a 4 hour drive from Cleveland.