Genealogy Jamboree

Blacksmith by Homegrown Forge

The old pioneer days people had to make the things they needed to live. They had their own cows for milk, some were blacksmith, chair caning, basket weaving, soap making, woodcarving, clothing, jewelry and much more. 

Come talk to our pioneer crafters and see how they made these things and most of them have their crafts for sell.

Kentucky Coal Crafters

Food Vendors

4/5/2017 - 4/5/2018


Michele Sizemore Forever Lead Ambassador. Forever is your complete memory-keeping solution.

Cumberland Gap, Tennessee

Also see our Shops In The Gap page for
three other places to eat in the Gap.

Gap Creek Coffee House, Pineapple Tea Room and Angelo's in the Gap.

John's Big Rig

Towing & Recovery

319 Avondale Ave
Middlesboro, Kentucky

(606) 269-6103

Native plants, bear habitat and traditional woodcarving by Steve Roark

Metal, Bone'n Stone by Jim Edmondson

Artwork by Bill Sturdivant

Civil Wear 1800's family clothing by Christine Long.

Hand craft Natural stone/gemstone jewelry, knit and crochet items, and photographic mouse pads by Laura Pont.

Lye soap making by Sadie's Soaps

Chair caning and basket weaving by Lester Wilson.

Crafters & Food