WELCOME TO COWEE SCHOOL
Built in 1943 on the site of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp by the WPA, Cowee School served thousands of students
until it was closed as a school in 2012. It continues as an institution of learning, an exciting outdoor venue for music and the arts,
and host to a number of affiliates, classrooms, and programs. There is So much to do at Cowee School!
Save the Date
2019 Summer Concert Series
Fit & Fun Exercise Class: 9:30am, Mon-Wed-Fridays $5/class
Oil Painting w/John Houglum: 9am-12pm and 1pm-4pm, Tues 1pm-4pm Wed
Cowee Textiles: See website www.coweetextiles.com
Pottery Classes: See website www.coweepotteryschool.org
May 18, 2019
Where We Live, History, Nature, and Culture
Every third Monday, 6:30pm
February 18 - Barbara McRae, "Three Women of Cowee"
March 18 - Paul Carlson, "The History of Needmore"
April 15 - Mary and Stan Polanski, "Growing Native Plants"
May 20 - Lamar Marshall, "Cherokee Wars of the Cowee Valley"
July 20, 2019
September 21, 2019
june 15, 2019
LORRAINE JORDAN and
October 19, 2019
DONATIONS, SPONSORS & MEMBERS
Cowee School relies on the support of individuals and businesses in our community.
If you can help support the activities and classes at the School by making a donation or sponsoring an event, please CLICK HERE for more information.
PARTICIPATE & VOLUNTEER
Cowee School is fortunate to have a dedicated team of local volunteers and supporters. From the Board of Directors to the stage crews for summer concerts, every aspect of life at the Cowee School is reliant on volunteer support.
If you have time to share, CLICK HERE get involved with this vibrant folk community.