• New River Blues Festival Returns for a 17th Year in Ashe County This Sunday


    August 27, 2019. Music fans from all across the region will find their way to the small community of Grassy Creek near the Virginia state line this Labor Day weekend for a day full of Blues hits from another great list of artists. The 17th Annual New River Blues Festival will be happening on Sunday, September 1 at The River House in Grassy Creek in Ashe County. The River House is just a short, scenic ride away from nearby Jefferson and West Jefferson. Gates open at noon and music will begin at 1 p.m. “People will experience great music, dancing in a mountain meadow next to a beautiful, sparkling river. It’s a full day of music; we start with traditional acoustic and move to more rocking stuff throughout the day,” said King Bees frontman Rob Baskerville, who first organized the event and has been playing music himself along with “Queen Bee” Penny Zamagni for 32 years. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Avery and Ashe Public Airports Receive $3,391,680 in Infrastructure Projects Grant Funding

    August 5, 2019. The North Carolina Board of Transportation has approved state and federal grants for various infrastructure improvement projects at a dozen North Carolina airports–including those in Avery and Ashe counties. Almost $7 million in state and federal funding has been awarded for projects that will improve runway lighting, establish new fueling areas, expand taxiways and otherwise help these airports grow and generally expand their services. An overall total of $6,944,476 was awarded. Avery’s public airport at Morrison Field, located in the far southern section of the county in the Ingalls Community, received the state’s highest grant amount and almost half of the total funds, with $3 million awarded. The money will be used to construct a new partial-length parallel taxiway and to finish the expansion of the aircraft parking apron. By Tim Gardner / Read more…



  • Mt. Jefferson Downhill Skateboard Racing Set For This Weekend in West Jefferson


    July 23, 2019. In what has become a heart-pounding tradition on the steep slopes of Mt. Jefferson, skateboarders from across the nation and other parts of the world visit the High Country July 27-28 to take on the high-speed thrills of racing down the mountain. This is the fifth year that the race has taken place at the Mt. Jefferson State Natural Area and it continues to grow in popularity each year. The race has become one of the most popular and well attended in the southeast. The race started with 66 riders in the first year and jumped to 89 in the second year. Each of the last two years, there has been over 100 riders register for the event and easily over 1,000 spectators through the two-day event. The downhill race is approximately 1.6 miles from start to finish with the elevation drop reaching nearly 700 feet from the starting line to the finish line. The average grade of the course is 8 percent with some areas reaching a 10-percent grade. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Ashe County’s Bluegrass and Old Time Fiddlers’ Convention Celebrates 50 Years This Weekend


    July 23, 2019. For half a century, Ashe County residents and visitors to the area have enjoyed a weekend full of traditional bluegrass tunes and dancing in Jefferson. This year will mark the 50th year of the Ashe County Bluegrass & Old Time Fiddlers Convention, sponsored by the Ashe County Arts Council. The fiddlers’ convention began in 1971 and was originally sponsored by the Rotary Club of The Jeffersons. The Rotarians decided to take a step back in recent years and the Ashe County Arts Council stepped up to help organize the annual event. All funds raised at the fiddlers’ convention will go to support the Ashe County Arts Council’s Junior Appalachian Musicians Program. Convention-goers interested in camping for the weekend can enter the campground area at 4 p.m. on Wednesday. Events will get underway on Thursday with the Bluegrass Jamming Camp with Gilbert Nelson from 3-7 p.m. and again on Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Registration is required to jam. You can register by calling 336-846-2787. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Countdown to Retirement: Jane Lonon Reflects on 38 Years of Dedication to the Ashe County Arts Council


    June 25, 2019. June 30 will definitely be a bittersweet day for Ashe County Arts Council Executive Director Jane Lonon. Lonon will retire from her position at the end of this week after serving as executive director since 1988. “It’s just been the best job in the whole world. I’ve been privileged to be a part of an organization that cares so much about the community that it serves and works so hard to use the arts to affect change, from downtown beautification and revitalization to quality programming that we’re able to pass on to the next generation,” Lonon said. “It’s just been a busy, active, positive effort by lots of people and I have been fortunate enough to get to be a part of it.” Lonon moved to Ashe County in 1981 and initially began serving the Ashe County Arts Council as a volunteer and a board member before accepting the executive director position in 1988. All in all, Jane has dedicated 38 years of her life to promoting arts in the community with the Ashe County Arts Council. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Music Lineup Announced for Christmas In July Festival in West Jefferson


    June 17, 2019. The music lineup for the 2019 Christmas in July Festival in downtown West Jefferson has been confirmed with many favorites once again returning to perform at the annual event, as well as some new performers making their festival debut this year. The festival has once again lined up a great variety of local and regional musical acts featuring a great mix ranging from traditional bluegrass to “newgrass,” country to classic rock hits, and a few other surprises sprinkled in which will surely entertain people of all ages. Live music is scheduled to begin during the afternoon of Friday, July 5 at 3 p.m. until 10 p.m. during the festival kick-off event of music, food vendors, farmers market & street dance. Music will continue all day on Saturday.   / Read more…



  • 39th Annual New River Canoe Race Happening This Saturday in Jefferson


    May 30, 2019. The 39th Annual New River Canoe Race and FAMILY FLOAT will be held Saturday, June 1, in Jefferson, NC on the banks of the New River. This Ashe County tradition, originally a local 4H event, is now sponsored by Friends of High Country State Parks with proceeds supporting the Friends of High Country State Parks. Entry Fee is $15 per adult, children under 12, $5. A $5 fee will be attached to any additional race. The first 200 registrants will receive a FREE T-Shirt. In addition, registration includes an opportunity to enter one’s name for one of many fabulous door prizes that will be given at the 3 pm awards ceremony (you must be present to win a door prize).Gates open at 8:30 am at Zaloo’s Canoes in Jefferson (336 246 3066) where you START. Boats enter the water from 9am-1: 30 pm except for boats with children which must be launched by 1 pm. There is NO shotgun start. Paddlers will end the course at New River State Park, Wagoner Access. The awards ceremony will be held at 3 pm. / Read more…



  • First Farm in Ashe County Awarded Top Environmental and Animal Welfare Certification

    April 2, 2019 The herd of goats at The Abandoned Dog in Lansing, NC is now Certified Animal Welfare Approved by A Greener World(AGW). A Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW source farm for goats, The Abandoned Dog is approved to raise and sell goats to other AGW-certified farms. This certification and food label lets consumers know these animals are raised outdoors on pasture or range in accordance with the highest animal welfare standards in the U.S. and Canada, using sustainable agriculture methods on an independent farm. Consumer Reports has rated Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW as a “highly meaningful” label for farm animal welfare, outdoor access and sustainability–and the only animal welfare certification in which they have confidence. Like other Certified Animal Welfare Approved by AGW farmers across the country, Jeff and Nona Cullen recognize the growing consumer interest in how animals are raised on farms. Managing animals outdoors on pasture or range has known benefits for animals, consumers and the environment.  / Read more…



  • High Country Seed Swap Happening on March 16 in Jefferson


    March 7, 2019 Gardeners from all across the High Country are invited to the High Country Seed Swap at Family Central in Ashe County on Saturday, March 16. The annual event allows growers to exchange seeds and take part in a pair of workshops featuring organic pest control and apple tree grafting. The seed swap begins at 8:30 a.m. Seeds will be set up at each table with gardeners sharing the seeds from crops that they have had success growing. The seed swap will continue through the afternoon. The event continues to be important for High Country gardeners as they can bring in not only seeds but also bulbs, cuttings and plants. Growers traditionally grow crops from seeds they get at the seed swap and then return the following year with seeds from their crops and share them. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Ashe Chamber Music Society Presents Cello and Piano Recital This Sunday


    February 28, 2019 The Ashe County Arts Council and the Ashe Chamber Music Society will sponsor a Cello and Piano Recital on Sunday, March 3 at the Ashe Arts Center at 2:00 pm. Bair Shagdaron and Ellie Wee will perform. The duo is on the faculty at the Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State University. The program includes at Sonata for Cello and Piano by Back, Chopin’s Piano Sonata No.3 in B minor, Sonata No.2 in F Major by Brahms and Sonata for Cello and Piano OP.3 Introduction and Polonaise Brillante by Chopin. In the fall of 2000, Dr. Bair Shagdaron joined the faculty of Appalachian State University and is now the Professor of Piano at the Hayes School of Music. Dr. Shagdaron continues to actively participate in the music world of today, including the world premiere of Edward Bullock’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra. He has been guest artist for An Appalachian Summer Festival, and soloist with the Western Piedmont Symphony performing the Second Piano Concerto by Shostakovich. / Read more…



  • Flu Cases Forced Ashe County Schools to Close Last Friday; Crews Spent the Weekend Disinfecting School Buildings

    February 13, 2019 Schools are always a breeding ground for the flu, colds and stomach viruses, however one area county seems to have been hit extremely hard. Ashe County Superintendent Phyllis Yates made the decision to close all public schools this past Friday following increases in cases of the flu, strep throat and a stomach virus. “All intense cleanings were completed over the weekend, so I plan to have school on a regular schedule barring any inclement weather. The flu virus only lives 24 hours so I feel good about our process. We continue to encourage those who do not feel well to please stay home,” Yates said in a statement. Over 450 students and 30 teachers across the county’s five public schools were out of school last week due to illness. With that many teachers sick as well, it was a frantic search to find substitute teachers to fill in, another reason for the decision to close school on Friday.  By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Ashe County Little Theatre to Present Four Shows in 2019

    February 12, 2019 Each year since 1972, the Ashe County Little Theatre has been a staple of the arts community in the county. The theatre presents three to four plays each year, and this year, the group is expecting to present four productions for your enjoyment. “It’s a wonderful line up with some really diverse offerings,” said Jane Lonon, Executive Director of the Ashe County Arts Council. All shows will be presented at the Ashe Civic Center in West Jefferson. The season will begin with the production of “Is He Dead” from March 29-31. Next up will be the summer performance of the Braodway musical “Gypsy” from June 20-24. The third show of the year is set for August 22-25 and will be the production of “Calendar Girls.” The final show of the 2019 Ashe County Little Theatre season will be “Who’s On First” presented October 13-15. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Tropical Depression Florence Finally Leaves the High Country; Rainfall Totals Vary Across the Mountains


    September 17, 2018. Things could have certainly been much worse in the High Country. Some precipitation forecasts had parts of the mountain counties receiving upwards of 10-15 inches of rain. Thankfully for a lot of low-lying areas and people living near rivers and streams, rainfall measurements fell well short of that overall. However, flooding was still a problem, particularly in Ashe County where every low water bridge in the county was still underwater Monday morning, that according to Ashe County Emergency Management. The NCDOT will be in charge of reopening those bridges when possible. “We will inspect them for damage and reopen as soon as we can after the water recedes,” said Charles C. Reinhardt, the Division 11 Maintenance Engineer. Late Sunday night, Ashe County Emergency Management issued a statement about a potential dam breach at the Headwaters Dam in the Creston community. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Section of U.S. Highway 221 in Ashe County Remains Closed After Pavement Washes Out Due to Heavy Rains


    September 17, 2018. An area of U.S. Highway 221 between West Jefferson and Deep Gap is currently closed after large chunks of asphalt broke apart after the remnants of Hurricane Florence rolled through the area Sunday night. “It is looking like it will take until Wednesday before repairs are complete,” said Charles C. Reinhardt, Division 11 Maintenance Engineer for the North Carolina Department of Transportation. The portion of road that is closed is near the intersection of Mulatto Mountain Road and is roughly seven miles from downtown West Jefferson. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • On the Same Page Literary Festival Gets Started on Monday; Numerous Events Happening All Week


    September 10, 2018. On the Same Page, Ashe County’s popular literary festival is returning for an 11th year with events starting Monday evening and continuing through Saturday, September 15. According to Jane Lonon, the Executive Director of the Ashe County Arts Council, all featured writers are scheduled to be in attendance and all events are still going on as scheduled at this time despite Hurricane Florence possibly targeting North Carolina with landfall later this week. The festival, sponsored by the Ashe County Arts Council, will have the honor of United States Poet Laureate Tracy Smith as a distinguished guest at the event. She will be here for three days of the festival. Some of the other writers that will be in West Jefferson are Darnell Arnoult, Bryn Chancellor, Abigail DeWitt, Georgann Eubanks, Phillips Lewis, Jim Minick, Tommy Tomlinson and Frank X. Walker.  By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Skateboarders Heading to West Jefferson for World Cup Qualifier at Mt. Jefferson State Natural Area


    August 22, 2018 On August 25-26, skateboarders from across the country will gather in West Jefferson to compete in the state’s third annual sanctioned downhill skateboard race. The event will be held at the picturesque location of Mt. Jefferson State Natural Area. Designed and organized by North Carolina Downhill (NCDH), in collaboration with North Carolina State Parks, Appalachian State University’s Human Powered Transportation Club, and the Ian Tilmann Foundation, the race course features two miles of pristine pavement with three hairpins, connected by blazing fast sweepers, smooth asphalt, with plenty of passing and drafting opportunities at speeds over 50 MPH, with all necessary steps taken to close the road.  / Read more…



  • On the Same Page Literary Festival Features Tracy K. Smith’s ‘Ordinary Light’


    August 9, 2018. On the Same Page Literary Festival’s Festival Read for 2018 is Tracy K. Smith’s memoir “Ordinary Light” a National Book Award Finalist. Smith, the U.S. Poet Laureate, will be a featured author at the On the Same Page Literary Festival in September. Events will begin with the Festival Read Kick-Off on Thursday, August 8, at 2 p.m. at the Ashe County Public Library. Books to “read and share” free of charge are available now at the Ashe County Arts Center, and may be checked out at the Ashe County Public Library. They will also be available at the Kick-Off event, and refreshments will be provided. This year’s kick off will feature Dr. Joseph Bathanti. He will lead a discussion on what makes a riveting memoir and why “Ordinary Light” is such a wonderful example. / Read more…



  • Ashe County Studio Tour Happening This Weekend; Artist Reception Friday Night at the Ashe Arts Center


    August 3, 2018. This weekend marks the fourth annual Ashe County Studio Tour, an always-popular weekend event that gives people a chance to see the studios of artists and craftspeople in Ashe County. The Ashe County Studio Tour, which began in 2015, was a rebirth of a previous Ashe County Arts Council event called Studio Hop that went on for about 15 years before the gas price hike in 2008 put a damper on the event. “Since we brought the event back in 2015, the event has grown in size with the number of participating artists and the number of studios on the tour,” said Jane Lonon, the Executive Director of the Ashe County Arts Council. “The focus is on showcasing the artistic excellence of those that live and work in Ashe County. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Ashe County Bluegrass and Old Time Fiddlers Convention Returns for a 49th Year


    July 24, 2018. Ashe County Park is the place to be this Friday and Saturday for the 49th edition of the Ashe County Bluegrass and Old Time Fiddlers Convention. The fiddlers convention was started in 1969 by the Rotary Club of the Jeffersons and was hosted each year by the Rotarians until five years ago when the club decided they simply did not have the time or the volunteers to keep the convention going. That’s when the Ashe County Arts Council stepped in. “The idea of the fiddlers convention dying and going away just didn’t sit well with the arts council, so we said we’ll give it a try. This is our fifth year sponsoring the event,” said Jane Lonon, the executive director of the Ashe County Arts Council. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Saloon Studios Hosting Family Fun Day to Benefit Fleetwood Fire Department on Saturday


    July 17, 2018. The public is invited out to Saloon Studios in West Jefferson for a day of fun for all ages that will also serve as a good cause to the community. The Family Fun Day will be used as a fundraiser for the Fleetwood Fire Department this Saturday, July 21 from noon to 5 p.m. “We will have food trucks, kids activities, face painting, games, a magician, demonstrations and live music,” said Donovan Murray, the Entertainment Director for Saloon Studios. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • On the Same Page Literary Festival Presents 2018 Author Events


    July 12, 2018. Plans for the 2018 On the Same Page Literary Festival are taking shape and many outstanding opportunities for readers, writers, and book fans of all ages continue to be scheduled for the Festival in its 11th year in North Carolina’s Ashe County. Once again, opportunities for attendees to hear and interact with renowned authors through readings, workshops, and keynote events are on the schedule. And, it’s not too early to begin looking through the lineup and begin reading! Of special note for 2018, On the Same Page Literary Festival will present the Poet Laureate of the United States, Tracy K. Smith. Smith will be on hand to deliver a keynote presentation and will work with students at Ashe County High School. / Read more…



  • Saloon Studios in West Jefferson Offers a True Music Experience for Artists and Fans


    June 15, 2018. Hidden well off the beaten path lies one of the newest musical sensations in the High Country. Saloon Studios, located in between Fleetwood and West Jefferson in Ashe County, is an intimate, 100-seat mid-19th century saloon replica music hall that features some of the most high-quality sound and studio recording equipment you’ll see anywhere in the country. Owners Mike and Laura Jones moved from Florida to Ashe County and have lived here for 18 years. The saloon-style setting came about because of Mike’s enjoyment of watching Westerns and the memories of sharing those moments watching Westerns with his father. The project started in 2016. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Downtown West Jefferson Gallery Crawl Returns Friday, June 8


    June 7, 2018. On Friday, June 8 from 5pm to 8pm, the “ arts district” of downtown West Jefferson will come alive with folks strolling the streets. Gallery Crawl is back! For the June crawl there will be new exhibits, special artists, refreshments, and in-store promotions. Gallery Crawls will take place the second Friday of each month. Mark July 13, August 10, September 14 and October 12 on your calendars. There will be a special Christmas Crawl on Friday, November 30. The purpose of the crawls are to support and promote downtown West Jefferson businesses. Crawlers will have an opportunity to see new, creative and innovative works by Ashe County’s leading artists. Crawlers are invited to stroll the streets, visit the galleries, view the downtown murals, enjoy the many outdoor art pieces and take advantage of the downtown restaurants. / Read more…



  • SATURDAY: Ashe County Arts Council Celebrates 40th Anniversary with Forty Fest

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    June 1, 2018. Ashe County Arts Council has been a leader in promoting the arts in Ashe County and across the region for 40 years and they are having a downtown street festival in celebration. On Saturday, June 2 the Arts Council will present Forty Fest! The Arts Council makes its home in downtown West Jefferson at the Ashe Arts Center, the “hub” of the arts in West Jefferson. The Arts Council moved into the 1930’s WPA building in 1993 after renovating the building to include offices, a gallery space and a gallery shop. The Forty Fest celebration will be set up outside around the Ashe Arts Center with music demonstrating artists, historic displays and children’s activities. There will be food trucks set up in the new parking lot across the street from the Arts Center entrance. / Read more…



  • Third Annual Marathon Jam Coming to the Ashe County Arts Center this Saturday, May 19


    May 15, 2018. Ashe County musicians and quilt makers will come together for a good cause this Saturday, May 19 for the third annual Marathon Jam to honor veterans and raise money for the Fort Bragg and Camp Lejeune Fisher House Foundation. The Marathon Jam will take place at the Ashe County Arts Center and musicians will start playing at noon and jam until midnight Sunday morning. The Jam will feature acoustic musicians of all different ages playing several different instruments all day and evening long. By Nathan Ham / Read more…



  • Red Cross Winter Blood Shortage Reaches Critical Level; Upcoming Blood Drives

    Jan. 26, 2018. Ongoing severe winter weather has more than doubled the number of canceled American Red Cross blood drives and the resulting blood and platelet donation shortfall since earlier this month. The Red Cross now considers the situation critical and is reissuing an urgent call for blood and platelet donors. / Read more…



  • The Hospitality House Hosts Everyone Counts! Point-In-Time Count Happening Jan. 31

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    Jan. 24, 2018. Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018, marks the annual Point-in-Time Count. The Point-in-Time (PIT) Count, coordinated by the Northwest Continuum of Care (CoC), is the annual documentation of the extent of homelessness in our region, which includes Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Mitchell, Watauga, Wilkes, and Yancey counties. / Read more…



  • Library, Senior Centers Offer Free Tax Assistance for 2018 Filing Season

    Jan. 19, 2018. The Watauga County Public Library is in its eighth year of offering tax assistance for the 2018 filing season. The library program began in 2011 with Rao Aluri as the Site Coordinator; Tim Dannenfelser, a graduate student in Accounting at Appalachian State University, will be the new Coordinator. The (VITA) Volunteer for Tax Assistance program provides free income tax preparation and free electronic filing for eligible low to moderate-income Watauga County residents. The program operates in partnership with the Internal Revenue Service and receives financial support from the Friends of the Library and the IRS. / Read more…



  • The Appalachian Snowboarding Club’s Season Has Begun and Is Accepting New Members!

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    Dec. 21, 2017. Parents! Winter is here, and you know what that means… It’s Snowboarding season! If your kid is interested in snowboarding, the Appalachian Snowboarding Club is something to look into. The season just started, and the ASC is accepting new members. This club is an excellent way to keep your child active, while learning new skills and experiencing competition. By Kate Herman – Photos by Appalachian Ski Mountain / Read more…



  • The American Red Cross: Give Blood Now, Help Save Lives by Next Month

    Dec. 20,, 2017. The American Red Cross is urging eligible donors to give more life to patients now and into the new year by giving blood or platelets. Donors of all blood types are encouraged to donate blood this holiday season. / Read more…



  • Weekly Crime Reports: Activity and Arrests in Boone and Watauga County, Oct. 30- Nov. 13

    Nov. 15, 2017. Looking to stay up-to-date on what’s happening in your neighborhood? Want to keep an eye on criminal activity in your area? Take a look at these recent incident and arrest reports from the Watauga County Sheriff’s Office and the Boone Police Department. Read more…
    Compiled by Kate Herman



  • Holiday Events in West Jefferson: Parade, Choose and Cut Christmas Trees, Christmas Light up the Town, and More!

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    November 6, 2017. West Jefferson, North Carolina, located in Ashe County,  is known for its Southern small town charm.  West Jefferson is the perfect place to purchase your Christmas Tree, to watch a small town parade, to shop at a holiday farmers market, shop at local retail stores, to watch the performance of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, to spend some of your Saturday with Santa, and so much more.  Below is your guide of 2017 Holiday events happening in Ashe County. By Kate Herman – Photos by Matt Powell / Read more…



  • Friends of the Library Holiday Book Sale, Will Be Held 11/8- 11/10 at Various Times Each Day

    October 27, 2017. Friends of the Library is looking forward to holding its Holiday Book Sale. The days of the dale are a little different this year. The sale will be held on Wednesday, November 8th, from 4PM to 7PM, Thursday, November 9th, from 9AM to 7 PM, and Friday, from 9AM to 4PM. The library will be closed on Saturday, November 11, for Veteran’s Day. The sale will take place in the Evelyn Johnson Meeting Room at the library. / Read more…



  • Today’s Email Announcements

    What’s going on in your community? Here’s a brief update on the emails we received today. Check back each day for an updated list of events going on in the area. As always, please feel free to email us about your event or update.

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    Compiled by Kate Herman



  • Tweetsie Railraod: Ghost Train Tickets Available

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    October 6, 2017. Ghouls, ghosts, and goblins, oh my! Ghost Train tickets are available for purchase. The Ghost Train is open on Fridays and Saturdays in October (Oct.6 and Oct. 7, Oct. 13 and Oct. 14, Oct. 20 and Oct. 21, Oct. 27 and Oct. 28). The gates open at 7:30 p.m. Admission costs $38.00 per person. Children ages two and under enter for free. Tickets are required to be purchased ahead of time, and are limited in number. Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets ahead of time, in order to ensure visiting the Ghost Train. Tickets may be purchased online or at the admissions office. https://tweetsie.com/buy-tickets/ By Kate Herman – Photos by Tweetsie Railroad / Read more…



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