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One of the most asked questions we get from out of town visitors is "Is there anything left to see in Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky National Park?"The answer is a resounding "YES!" The Downtown "Strip" was unaffected by the fires as is the vast majority of the National Park. Approximately 30 miles of trails remain closed, but there are still over 780 miles to hike from easy, short Quiet Walkways to the section of the Applachian Trail that calls Smoky Mountains home. We in the Arts and Crafts Community also stand ready to help you make your stay in the Mountains as memorable as ever.

Hands on Gatlinburg April 7 - 9 2017 The Second Annual Hands On Gatlinburg is coming up fast. As you might have guessed, getting the class sign-ups ready and on line took a little bit more time than anticipated. The classes are on the website and some of them are selling out fast. Here at Cliff Dwellers, Louise Bales is teaching a red bird and Dogwood on Masonite and hummingbirds and red birds on small Gourds. Pat Thomas is teaching a 2 part class on marbling and assembly of a leather bound journal and also a watercolor marbling on paper class. Sherry Mummert is teaching rug weaving and potholder weaving. Kathy Smart is teaching painting a chickadee on a leaf and Dogwood on roofing slate. Catherine Anderson will be teaching a necklace and earring class and a bracelet and earring class. Dick Ensing will be teaching the impressionistic style of painting the Smokies. Class listings on for these and all other classes in the Community are available NOW! Class sizes are limited, so sign up soon.

Pictures from Hands On Gatlinburg 2016

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