- Traditional Arts Workshops, January–December
- Garrisons and Living History Weekends, January–December
- Sunday Jams at the Carter Mansion and the Shoals, January–October
- Mountain River Concerts, January–October
- Muster at Fort Watauga, May
- Native American Festival, June
- Colonial Kids Day Camp, June
- "Liberty: The Saga of Sycamore Shoals", The Official Outdoor Drama of the State of Tennessee, July
- Watauga Valley Art League Art Show and Competition, July
- Carter Mansion Celebration, August
- Celtic Festival, September
- Overmountain Victory Trail Celebration, September
- Fort Watauga Knap-In, October
- Mysterious Candlelight Tours of the Carter Mansion, October
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