Visitors can enjoy all the thrills of the N.C. Mountain State Fair, plus save some money by taking advantage of advance ticket sales and several special promotions during the fair’s 10-day run Sept. 9-18.
Among the promises made by Americans after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, was to pay homage to those who perished, and to never allow the heroism and resilience displayed by Americans in the aftermath to be forgotten.
NC Stage is launching two new classes this fall: its Classical Theatre Course for 8th through 12th graders and its Create–A–Play Course for 1st through 4th graders.
Author Robin Cape is a UNC Asheville graduate with a B.A. in literature, a 2016 MLAS Climate Change and Society graduate, and is the spokesperson for Zika Zone USA.
Thousands of young people are targets of bullying and cyberbullying every day, putting many at risk for outcomes such as depression or school absenteeism.
The next Downtown After 5 takes place Friday, September 16th on North Lexington Ave. in downtown Asheville. The featured performers include Cracker and The Dirty Badgers.
This year’s corn maze design features an airplane, clouds, a globe, and local business and title sponsor, MB Haynes. Eliada is proud to host, yet again, WNC’s largest corn maze with all proceeds going toward caring for the Eliada kids and families.
Brian Posehn returns to Asheville on Thursday, September 8th at 8:00 pm for a comedy show at The Grey Eagle. Brian just released his first hour long special, The Fartist, through Netflix.
After recently upgrading water mains to enhance fire safety along Victoria Road, the City of Asheville has started the next phase of infrastructure improvements to the area, which will include repaving the road.
It’s hard to believe but summer is already drawing to a close, which means millions of students across the United States are going back to school to boost their brainpower.
The Asheville Ballet proudly announces its 2016-17 season, kicking off with “Fall Into Dance: An Artistic Harvest 2.” The production will be held September 23rd and 24th at 7:30 pm.
Friends of the Smokies raised $205,562 at its 22nd annual Friends Across the Mountains Telethon thanks to hundreds of callers, online donations and support from sponsors Mast General Store, The Lodge at Buckberry Creek and others.