The weekend after Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday shopping season. Farmers and local crafters create innovative gifts and decorations to make your holidays magical.
The Grey Eagle presents Tyler Ramsey and Rayna Gellert on December 4th at 9:00 pm. Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 on the day of the event.
The Western North Carolina Historical Association is pleased to announce the selection of the 60th winner of the Thomas Wolfe Memorial Literary Award.
You can make the holidays bright for a child in Fairview or Oakley! The Holiday Giving Tree program is sponsored by Friends of the Fairview and Oakley Library and places books in the hands of local children in need.
We lose our mothers, sisters and friends to breast cancer every day. According the the North Carolina Center for Health Statistics, 9,772 women in North Carolina will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year.
Gray Line Trolley Tours is premiering its latest red joy ride through Asheville. The Holly Jolly Christmas Trolley Tour will embark from Biltmore Village on a festive trip through the lights and sights of the season.
A true family holiday tradition, the National Gingerbread House Competition at Omni Grove Park Inn displays hundreds of tasty houses built by kids, community members, and renowned food artists.
Lake Julian Park presents “Walking in a Winter Wonderland” at Lake Julian Park beginning December 3rd. The first night of the Lake Julian Festival of Lights is for walkers only.
The City of Asheville Transportation Department will hold a series of six neighborhood meetings to share information and receive feedback on several subjects, including proposed fare increases for ART.
According to the National Fire Protection Association, one in every six Christmas tree fires are caused by a heating source that is too close.
The Diana Wortham Theatre in downtown Asheville announces the holiday edition of “Intersections Sing Together: Winter Songs,” scheduled for December 11th at 6:30 pm in The Forum at Diana Wortham Theatre.
Forget the Nutcracker and Handel’s Messiah. They’re so overdone. For a taste of real holiday cheer, nothing says joy to the world and peace on earth like Bill Kirchen singing “Daddy’s Drinkin’ Up Our Christmas.”