Downtown geeky yarn store, Purl’s Yarn Emporium, along with multi-age stitchers of Asheville have organized once again to create a temporary yarn installation on Wall Street in downtown Asheville.
The Old Depot Association will host their 20th annual juried arts and crafts show on Saturday, October 28th, along Sutton Avenue in downtown Black Mountain.
One of Western North Carolina’s most anticipated golfing event takes to the links as the Cliffs at Walnut Cove once again hosts the Avadim Technologies Fall Golf Invitational.
The Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation is celebrating twenty years of protecting one of the nation’s most visited parks with an anniversary reception at 6:00 pm on November 9th at Lioncrest at Biltmore.
Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center, Randy Shull, and Hedy Fischer are pleased to host choreographer Silvana Cardell’s “Supper, People on the Move” at 22 London Rd. on Oct. 27-28.
Asheville will play host to the international cycling event Haute Route this spring thanks to a collaborative effort between multiple city organizations.
It happens slowly and then all at once. The leaves of the trees on the Quad change from green to yellow to orange and red.
The Hominy Valley will get healthier in spirit, mind, and body when the Ferguson Family YMCA opens its doors at Westridge Marketplace in Candler on Nov. 14th.
The City of Asheville has several openings on various committees. Have you ever wanted to make a difference? Have you wondered: “Can the City benefit from my experience and knowledge?”
Those colorful trees decorating Asheville’s yards and streets will soon shed their leaves, transforming their beauty into the dreaded task of yardwork.
Just in time for Halloween. A jaded theatre critic spins a tale beginning with obsession and ending with a descent into a macabre world of vampires.
Craft in Toyland opens Saturday, November 18th, at Grovewood Gallery in Asheville, just in time for the holidays. This group exhibition will showcase handcrafted toys and games – all American made!