Asheville’s annual Organicfest celebration will bring thousands to Pack Square Park to celebrate everything organic, green and healthy!
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.
Mistaken identities and manipulation characterize this intense drama by William Shakespeare about sin and redemption! Montford Park Players perform Measure for Measure through August 27th.
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.
The Flat Rock Playhouse 2016 season continues with a brand new Music on the Rock featuring songs and dances from the 80s hit film Dirty Dancing.
Blues legend Mac Arnold and his band, Plate Full O’ Blues, will headline the fifth annual Bids & Blues fundraiser to benefit Thrive on September 18th from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the Cove at Highland Lake.
Biltmore’s fields, gardens and vineyards will take center stage this fall throughout the estate, with harvest menus at estate restaurants, the Winery and outdoor activities populating the fall calendar.
Asheville Humane Society’s first “No Pets Left Behind” adoption event was a huge success for participating shelters and rescue groups, resulting in the adoption of over one hundred WNC animals.
With authentic southern charm and the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains all around, The Omni Grove Park Inn is rolling out the red carpet for brides, grooms and their guests with a host of new wedding programs.
This year’s melt season in the Arctic Ocean and surrounding seas started with a bang, with a record low maximum extent in March and relatively rapid ice loss through May.
Leaders and members of thirteen of Asheville’s African-American churches came together recently at an awards dinner at UNC Asheville to celebrate progress in health promotion.
Thirsty Monk is bringing the rare, the exceptional and the downright unusual to Western North Carolina, filling its taps with highly sought-after beers for its 7th annual Thirsty Fest.