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Our brick & mortar stores are closed, but our online shop is still in operation. We are offering free shipping and curbside pick-up at our Tunnel Road location by appointment only. We will continue to evaluate a potential re-opening date as we closely monitor the status of COVID-19. Group events scheduled through June have been cancelled. Check our website or Facebook page for the latest information.


The preservation of historical documents relative to the Southern Highland Craft Guild is a continuing effort by members, staff and patrons of the craft revival movement that has evolved throughout the Guild’s legacy.

The Archives are available for assisted research by appointment only. For more information contact the Guild Archivist, Harriet Smith at the Folk Art Center, 828-298-7928.

SHCG craft guild history allanstand cabin
Allanstand’s original home was a log cabin
craft guild appalachian history spinning, vintage photo, allanstand, guild history
Elmeda Walker shared traditional skills with newcomers interested in heritage crafts
shcg craft guild historical basket weaving
Appalachian basket weavers
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