Western Carolina University’s Mountain Heritage Center and Cherokee Studies Program will sponsor a walking tour and discussion focusing on the natural and cultural resources of the Cullowhee Valley on Sunday, Nov. 13.
Participants will meet in the Mountain Heritage Center lobby at 2 p.m. to begin the one-mile walk. Led by Jane Eastman, WCU associate professor of anthropology and director of the Cherokee Studies Program, the walk will include stops along Cullowhee Creek and the Tuckaseigee River.
The Mountain Heritage Center is located on the ground floor of WCU’s H.F. Robinson Administration Building. For more information, contact the museum at 828-227-7129.