Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose; the holiday season is upon us and the Historic Biltmore Village is about to come aglow.
Performances of Asheville Community Theatre’s most popular holiday show ever, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, begin December 1st.
Montford Park Players, an Asheville theatrical tradition, is proud to announce their upcoming presentation of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, directed by Mandy Bean and Sophie Stanley.
Asheville’s holiday season will sparkle a little brighter this year, accented by some fresh décor.
The Eighth Asheville Bookfest Event, hosted by Grateful Steps, is scheduled for Saturday, December 2nd, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm at the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium Banquet Hall.
Talented gingerbread artists coast-to-coast recently came together to showcase their intricate, tasty creations, while celebrating the Silver Anniversary of the National Gingerbread House Competition, hosted at The Omni Grove Park Inn.
Forty-six years ago, a new president came to Warren Wilson College with big plans. From academic building construction to fundraising, the similarities between now and then are striking.
Nationally recognized artist Melinda Borysevicz returns to Asheville in January to teach a three-day workshop on portrait painting at the Skip Rohde studio.
The Park Ridge Health Foundation recently hosted the 18th Annual Partners in Health Golf Classic at Walnut Cove with 112 golfers. The tournament raised $66,725.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently awarded $3,766,800 to the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality to support management of nonpoint sources of water pollution.
Haywood Community College’s Small Business Center and Haywood County Arts Council will hold a Small Business Saturday Pop-Up Shop at the Arts Council on Saturday, November 25th.
The City of Asheville has various openings on various committees. Have you ever wanted to make a difference? Have you wondered, “Can the City benefit from my experience and knowledge?”