Burnsville-Yancey Chamber of Commerce
Home of Mount Mitchell
Burnsville, North Carolina
Highest Mountains, Small Town Charm
The 14th Annual Carolina Mountains Literary Festival will take place Thursday, Friday & Saturday, September 5-7, featuring Cold Mountain author Charles Frazier and other renowned writers.
Events in Burnsville & Yancey County
Penland School of Crafts sessions end with an auction of work donated by students, instructors, and friends. These auctions are celebrations of the work done in the classes and an opportunity for neighbors, travelers, and craft lovers to enjoy the energy of a Penland session. The proceeds from these auctions support scholarship programs. No admission charged. Auctions take place at 8:00 PM in the Flex building at Penland.
The Center for Pioneer Life is proud to host internationally acclaimed storyteller Donald David for a four-day residency. On Tuesday, November 19th from 10am – 2pm attend our workshop to learn to collect your memories in a family storytelling format. To purchase tickets and for information call 828-536-0337, email email@example.com or visit www.pioneerlife.org.
The Center for Pioneer Life is proud to host internationally acclaimed premier storyteller Donald Davis for a performance at the Burnsville Town Center on Wednesday, November 20th at 6pm. Call 828-536-0337, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.pioneerlife.org for ticket information.
There are so many great things to do in Burnsville & Yancey County, especially between April and October. Each month has a special event, and all three seasons are perfect to get out in the mountains and explore.
With a peak elevation of 6,684 feet, Mount Mitchell is the highest mountain East of the Mississippi River, and the first state park in North Carolina. The summit has an observation platform next to the grave of Elisha Mitchell and offers awesome views of the Black Mountains, home to 5 of the 10 highest mountains in Eastern U.S.
Burnsville & Yancey County
Great place to live, great place to work