Ginseng, Granny Medicine and Herbs – the Lore of the Mountains is explored in this weekend of lectures, wanderings, and entertainings.
FRIDAY AUGUST 27
7:00 PM: Traditional Music with William Ritter and Mike Ogletree
SATURDAY AUGUST 28
10:00 AM: Wildflowers and native plants of southern Appalachia with tour guide and naturalist Adam Bigelow
11:00 AM: The healing powers and history of ginseng, with novelist and naturalist Jim Hamilton, author of The Last Entry
NOON: Medicinal herbs and “granny medicine” with naturalist, herbalist and award-winning author of non -fiction books and novels, Renea Winchester
1:00 PM: Program with Tyson Sampson, acclaimed Cherokee naturalist, historian and lecturer.
2:00 PM: An afternoon of woods wandering, and discussion with renowned naturalist, tour guide, lecturer and author Abby Artemesia of THE WANDER SCHOOL
4:00 PM: Heirloom seed discussion with acclaimed naturalist, historian, farmer and musician, William Ritter
5:30 PM: Traditional Scottish music with Mike Ogletree
7:00 PM: Song to Seed Concert with William Ritter
SUNDAY, AUGUST 29
11: 00 AM Traditional mountain Gospel music and service with William Ritter and Sarah Ogletree
12:30 PM: EVENT ENDS