Black History Driving Tours

Black History Driving Tours

Visit sites in Canton and Woodstock significant to Cherokee County’s Black History with our newest driving tours. This project is supported by Georgia Humanities, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Economic Development, through funding from the Georgia General Assembly. The digital map is now available! Click "learn more" to take the tours.

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Serving Up History Exhibit - Now Open

Serving Up History Exhibit - Now Open

Come check out History Cherokee's newest temporary exhibit, "Serving Up History." This exhibit illustrates historic foodways in Cherokee County and the broader South through cookbooks, recipes, kitchen implements, and food cultivation practices.

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2/28: What's Up with Serving Up History?

2/28: What's Up with Serving Up History?

Explore our newest Exhibit “Serving Up History” and make your own recipe book to take home. We may even make a sweet treat too!

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3/15: "Yes, I Can!" a Canning Workshop with Lisa Marshall

3/15: "Yes, I Can!" a Canning Workshop with Lisa Marshall

Learn the ins and outs of food preservation then make strawberry preserves to take home in this hands-on canning workshop! This workshop takes place at Jake's Fresh Market & Cannery located at 591 Knox Bridge Hwy. White, Georgia 30184. Two identical sessions led by Lisa Marshall will be held at 10 a.m. & 1 p.m. on Friday, March 15.

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3/30: Archaeology Day

3/30: Archaeology Day

Intended for families of all kinds, join us for hands-on activities and lectures on archaeology from 1 - 4 p.m.

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