This event takes place on Waynesville’s historic Main Street, and features all the sights, sounds, and tastes of the holidays. The city’s art galleries stay open late, as well as shops and restaurants. Santa will make an appearance, and carolers and live music will fill the air.
A celebration of the autumn harvest and Haywood County’s agricultural heritage. Visit the famous town of Waynesville, nestled in the NC Smoky Mountains.
Held in October every year in Downtown Waynesville. Established with the intent of providing a venue for artisans and crafts people to display their work, the festival has now grown to include more than 120 craft and food vendors.
An afternoon celebration featuring live music, clogging, the festival highlights ramps.
Ramps are a native wild onion, harvested in the spring from the mountainsides, that can be eaten raw or cooked.