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GreenWood Wrights’Fest

The GreenWood Wrights’Fest 2022 will be held April 22-24 2022. The festival will be held at Shakori Hills Community Arts Center farm land that spans over 50 acres. As many of you may know, green woodworking is a traditional way of making functional items for the farm and home with recently harvested local wood.

Tickets will be on sale soon!

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Fall 2021 Shakori Hills GrassRoots Festival Line up and Tickets

The line up for Fall 2021 has been announced and tickets are on sale.

Previously purchased tickets from Spring 2020 will automatically transfer to Fall 2021. No action is needed to transfer tickets. Paper tickets from Spring 2020 will be accepted at the gate for Fall 2021. Will call tickets from Spring 2020 will automatically transfer to the Will Call list for Fall 2021.

Thank you for an amazing GrassRoots Live music series!

A special thanks to all the dedicated volunteers who made it possible. We are so fortunate to have our Shakori community!

We are excited to have our programs get reestablished in 2021 including Hoppin John Fiddlers’ Convention (Sept. 17-18), Junior Appalachian Musicians (JAM), and Shakori Hills GrassRoots Festival of Music & Dance (Oct. 7 – 10)!

Planning mode is in full swing for all workshops, classes and programs.

A full program update will be coming soon!

Photo by Matthew Way

Shakori Hills Board: Black Lives Matter

The Shakori Hills Community Arts Center Board has a message for the community: Black Lives Matter.

With an updated mission, the Board is doubling down on it’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Read the updated mission and full letter to the community in our blog.

Photo by Zach Poe

Donate to Shakori Hills Community Arts Center

The Shakori Hills Community Arts Center (SHCAC), a 501(c)3, which has earned the GuideStar Gold Seal of Transparency, relies on the support of our generous community and business organizations to help provide the resources needed to sustain year-round programming and events for all ages.

Donations support our low cost / no cost music and art workshops, the Junior Appalachian Musicians , and stewardship of the 72 acres we know and love as Shakori Hills.

Donations to Shakori Hills Community Arts Center can be made via:

Learn more on our Donate page.

Thank you for helping to preserve the future of the Shakori Hills Community Arts Center.