Warren Haynes’ 28th annual Christmas Jam returns on December 10th to once again light up Asheville’s U.S. Cellular Center with holiday spirit.
Insurance Service of Asheville is holding its 7th annual “Toasty” drive on Thursday, November 17th, from 7:00 am until 1:00 pm, to help keep Asheville warm this winter.
Martin Rosenbluth, a North Carolina-based immigration rights attorney, will give a talk titled Refugees in Crisis: From Texas to Turkey at 4:00 pm on Oct. 27th at UNC Asheville’s Karpen Hall, in the Laurel Forum.
Comedian James Adomian will perform two shows in downtown Asheville at The Millroom at 7:00 pm and 9:30 pm on Friday, November 11th.
Farmers whose crops were flooded by Hurricane Matthew face not only the prospect of lower yields and loss of quality, but also the reality that those crops cannot be used for human food.
Embrace the scares with our 2016 guide to Halloween in Asheville, filled with terror trails, haunted houses, and family-friendly trick-or-treating.
The City of Asheville will unveil an exciting new holiday light display this season called Winter Lights Downtown. The seasonally bright display will be centered around the Vance Monument and Hoss Haley fountain area of Pack Square Park.
The N.C. Forest Service and the U.S. Forest Service want people in Western North Carolina to be careful with campfires and when burning yard debris because of continuing dry weather in the region.
The third annual Haunted High takes place at Asheville High School on Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29. The event is the largest annual fundraiser for the Asheville High School Bands Program.
Asheville Humane Society wants all the animal lovers out there to put your best “paw” forward by joining other animal lovers for the premiere charity event of the season, the Taste of Compassion.
The Town of Fletcher’s annual Halloween Carnival will be held on Saturday, October 29th from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm. This year’s event will be held at Fletcher Community Park on ball field #5.
Hurricane Matthew brought significant flooding to many areas of our state. The N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services encourages homeowners to check whether flooding washed away household termite protection.