500 Veterans Blvd.
Bryson City, NC 28713
Phone: (828) 488-0326
Fax: (828) 488-4114
Bryson City's Marianna Black Library is more than just a public library, it's a central piece of the community in Bryson City. Serving Jackson, Macon and Swan counties, this public library has complimentary Internet access, plays free movies in the library's auditorium and has free music programs. The free music programs are particularly enjoyable since twice a month there are community music jam sessions where anyone can join in the music making or simply sit back and enjoy the merriment.
With an area of 13,801 square feet, the Council Fire Ballroom is one of the biggest event centers in the city of Cherokee. Belonging to the prestigious Harrah's Cherokee, the Council Fire Ballroom is a venue where dinner parties, conferences, banquets and other events take place. The room is divided into four separate halls which are used for specific occasions, seating over hundred and fifty people each. The Council Fire Ballroom has their own catering service thus, you can be assured of being entertained and well looked after while attending an event here. For further information do visit their website.
Nestled in the Cherokee Central Schools, the Cultural Arts Center is a multi-purpose arts facility. Apart from rehearsals and performances of the school students and academic functions, this center hosts variety of events. Classical concerts, dance performances, cultural programs and many other events are held here. For more details, call ahead.
E. J. Whitmire Stadium is a plush multi-purpose arena located on the campus of Western Carolina University that is a haven of sorts for all sports buffs. Built in 1974, the stadium is home to many of the University's football and athletic teams. The stadium is well facilitated with comfortable seats offering unobstructed views, a press box, locker rooms, practice facilities and so on. Many tournaments, leagues and varsity fixtures are played here.
Ramsey Regional Activity Center or the Liston B. Ramsey Regional Activity Center is part of the Western Carolina University and is a plush multi-purpose arena. The arena is a meeting place of sorts for all the sports and recreational buzz in the campus. It can hold around 8000 people and provides many sports facilities. There are many basketball courts, jogging tracks, racket ball courts, skateboard facilities and so on. Events here include convocations, concerts, sports tournaments, matches and so on.
The W.L Mills Auditorium is one of the places in the city of Gatlinburg where you will find an interesting event always taking place. Located inside the massive Gatlinburg Convention Center, this auditorium boasts technologically up-to-date facilities, and the same standard of up-keep as the rest of the center enjoys. As a apart of the 50,000 square feet W.L Conference Center in the Convention Center, this auditorium also has an event management staff that is here to assure a relatively hassle-free experience. Any type of event can be organized in this space, ranging from professional banquets to concerts and other cultural gatherings. If you are in the city on a leisure visit, then do checkout the event schedule of this auditorium.
The only scary theatre show in the area, this unique theatre features a live, sit down theatre production that features creepy lights and object moving about mysteriously.
Cooter's Place is the brainchild of Ben Jones who played the character of Cooter in the famed series 'The Dukes of Hazzard'. The Gatlinburg store houses the Dukes of Hazzard museum containing the series' memorabilia and a store which stocks t-shirts, books and more. Cooters is open from 10 am. Families at large can have a fun time at the indoor race track at Cooters. The space also plays host to a variety of private parties and functions. Check the website or call for additional information.
Comedy comes alive at the Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre at Gatlinburg. This theater is one of the oldest in town and dates back to the 1800s when it started playing comedy musicals. These shows have run across the country for a long time and have been written and produced by the owners of the place. Names like 'Knickerbocker Glories', 'The Mystical Magic Medicine Show' are some of the all time favorites here. Show tickets for adults and children are priced differently. They also undertake group bookings. Visit website for the schedule.
This dinner theatre offers spectacular entertainment with beautifully costumed performers and a state-of-the-art lighting and sound system. Performances include music of all types, including country, bluegrass, and gospel, plus they also perform magic shows and comedies.
Open nightly from May through October, this opry performs traditional Appalachian bluegrass and mountain music with a world renowned banjo picker.
A truly unique venue, this performing company offers one-of-a-kind mountain music and dancing, such as square dancing, line dancing, clogging, and two stepping, performed to country bluegrass and gospel music. Preshow dance lessons are available.