The doors are now open for the main room of the Asheville Masonic Temple — where Asheville City Market winter vendors have set up tables full of their products — and the atmosphere is anticipatory, festive, and full of excitement.
Gabe Brown, a nationally-recognized innovator of cover crop cocktails in no-till grain and livestock production systems, will be in the Western NC region this March.
Registration is open for the fourth annual Gear Grinder in the Green River Valley, featuring team and individual races for mountain bikers.
Susan Lenz: In Stitches opens at Grovewood Gallery in Grovewood Village on February 17, 2017. This exhibition will showcase framed textile art and one-of-a-kind fiber vessels by South Carolina artist Susan Lenz.
State health officials are emphasizing the importance of testing homes for radon during the month of January for National Radon Action Month.
Learn, discover and have fun in this unique hands-on exhibit when “Discover the Dinosaurs UNLEASHED” roars into the US Cellular Center on Saturday, January 28th and Sunday, January 29th.
The annual National Girls and Women in Sports Day will be held from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm on Feb. 18th at UNC Asheville.
Eight community and regional projects in Western North Carolina have been recommended for Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) funding. The recommendations total more than $3 million in funds.
The highly anticipated 13th Annual Miniatures Show at American Folk Art will feature fourteen of the gallery’s artists.
A-B Tech Community College’s Student Culinary Team recently won its 10th regional title during a competition at Johnson and Wales University in Charlotte.
Set your sights on a fresh start this year with the 2017 Friends of the Smokies’ Classic Hike Series sponsored by Mission Health.
City of Asheville staff and elected leaders believe that all residents should have access to healthy, nutritious food and the ability to cultivate, harvest, process, sell, share and trade food.