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--2003 Appalachian Quilting Party, June 10-13, 2003


Conference focusing on quilting hosted by Appalachian State University.

--Annual Women of Appalachia Conference


Ohio University Zanesville Sponsored Conference Home Page.

--Appalachian Center of Berea College


Site sponsored by Berea College which includes information about courses of study in Appalachia and listing of related events at the college.

--Appalachian Community Development Association


The Association (ACDA) provides grants to enable Appalachian people and local communities keep the mountain spirit alive. Site provides information about grants and ADCA sponsored festival which raises the money to fund grants.

--Appalachian Gateway Center


Center is an educational gathering place and working facility for the collection, exhibition, and preservation of Appalachian heritage. Site contains information about activities and the annual Gateway to Appalachia Festival sponsored by Southern State Community College.

--Appalachian Heritage Festival


Home page for the annual festival sponsored by Shepherd College in West Virginia. Festival features traditional Appalachian performing arts.

--Appalachian Summer Festival


Sponsored by Appalachian State University, this site is the home page for the annual festival and contains schedules and descriptions of events.

--Appalachian Women's Alliance


Appears to be a non-profit organization (unverified) which includes selected full text of the Appalachian Women's Journal in addition to a listing of events of interest to women in the Appalachian region.

--Moonlit Road


Ghost stories haunt the moonlit back roads of the American South. Their roots in Couther culture and folklore are deep. Each month, the Moonlit Road brings you these ghost stories and other strange Southern folktales, told by the region's best storytellers.

-- Museum of Appalachia


Started in the 1960's, the Museum of Appalachia now covers 65 acres, including dozens of authentic log structures as well as displays, shops, and over a quarter million items. The museum sponsors an annual Tennessee Fall Homecoming event featuring live music.