Home of the Dock Boggs and Kate Sturgill Festival!

 

Country Cabin II

Descendent of the original Country Cabin, focal point of Appalachian Traditions Village, a major venue on the Crooked Road, Virginia's heritage Music Trail which carries forth the mission of Appalachian Traditions, Inc., a non-profit organization, to perpetuate and preserve Appalachian traditions and culture, including music, musical traditions, historical sites and historical memorabilia, and the preservation of mountain dance, storytelling, crafts and arts.

Country Cabin II presents old time and bluegrass music every Saturday night, featuring local and regional musicians.  Mountain-style clogging is taught at Country Cabin II.  Other special events include the Dock Boggs/Kate O'Neill Peters Sturgill Memorial Music festival, jam sessions, picking lessons, weddings, birthday celebrations, music benefit shows and bus tours.


 


 

Partial funding provided by VIRGINIA COMMISSION FOR THE ARTS, VIRGINIA
TOBACCO INDEMNIFICATION & COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION COMMISSION,
VIRGINIA COALFIELD DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY and APPALACHIAN
REGIONAL COMMISSION RURAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY. 
THE DOCK BOGGS MEMORIAL FESTIVAL is co-sponsored by UNIVERSITY
OF VIRGINIA'S COLLEGE AT WISE.