The Asheville Rowing Club is an athletic and social organization dedicated to promoting health, fitness, and fun through the sport of rowing. For more information, please contact Dion.
Our mission is to reduce/prevent child abuse and neglect, assist victims, and strengthen families through prevention, education, and treatment. We offer child abuse prevention education to children age three through the fourth grade, parenting education to the public,counseling for abused children and their families as well as adolescent and parent support groups, and information and referral. Finally, we coordinate medical examinations of physically and sexually abused children in 22 western counties through the Mission Children’s Clinic.
This group holds free monthly non-competitive walking events that are sponsored by the American Volkssport Association. All ages are invited.
The Asheville Ski and Outing Club will meet the second Tuesday of each month.
MOPS (Mother’s of Preschoolers) has a meeting every First Thursday of the month at 9:15 at Trinity Presbyterian Church -17 Shawnee Trl, Asheville. Childcare is available. We have discussion on being a parent, refreshments, games, playgroups,Moms night out, guest speakers and help with everything. Please join us.
Asheville GreenWorks is a volunteer-based organization working to achieve a clean and green Asheville and Buncombe County through community organizing, educating and environmental stewardship.
If you want to get involved in helping to preserve Asheville and Buncombe County’s heritage, then get involved with this organization.You will enjoy the people and the projects on which you will have an opportunity to work.
Zero Population Growth of Asheville meets the 3rd Monday of the month at 7pm. Rampant population growth is causing urban sprawl and record numbers of bad air days. Can it be stopped? Yes!
Attachment Parenting International is a nonprofit, nonsectarian organization which offers emotional,educational, and practical support to parents who practice attachment style parenting or wish to learn more about this style of parenting.
The Asheville Quilt Guild consists of over three hundred members. They have a diverse membership with newcomers joining all the time. The Guild started in 1988 when the organizers of Asheville’s terrific street fair, Bele Chere, asked a group of local quilters to organize a quilt show for the fair. This “seed group” thought it was high time a local Guild got going, and the Asheville Quilt Guild was born.
Trout Unlimited Land-of-Sky is an organization of anglers and conservationists dedicated to the protection of trout and their habitat. Visit their site to learn more about those trout streams within casting distance of Asheville.
Blue Ridge UFO Research Society holds meetings on the third Wednesday of every other month at 7pm. This is open to the public at the Forum Hall of Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship in Hendersonville.
The Western Carolina Botanical Club (WCBC) was founded in 1973 by a small group of residents in Western North Carolina who wanted to learn about the plants of the Southern Appalachian Mountains. The mission of the Club is to identify and study native plants and their habitats and to advocate the protection of biodiversity in our natural world.
Call David at the Black Mountain Canoe Works for information on this club.
Triathlon Club of Asheville is a nonprofit club for local triathletes of all skill levels. Check the website for upcoming meetings and locations.
WNC Singles Club has weekly meetings on Thursdays at 7pm at the Calvary Baptist Fellowship Hall in West Asheville.
The CNPA sponsors an outing from 8:00 to 11:00am the third Saturday of odd numbered months at the Botanical Gardens at Asheville. Free. Monthly meetings are from 7:00 to 9:00pm the first Sunday at the Botanical Gardens in Asheville.
The Asheville Stamp Club was established in 1924, and it has 70+ members today with a wide range of interests, from US to worldwide, with specialties in many countries and in unique areas of philately. Our monthly meetings include presentations on members’ interests, exhibits by the members, special topics, and a live auction every other month, with 200+ lots from the members. We feature a bi-monthly journal, the Smoky Mountain Philatelist, with news of local and regional interest, and one or more feature articles each issue. New members, visitors, and guest authors are welcomed! Please visit our website for the latest information and meeting details.
American Association of University Women (AAUW-Asheville) meets the 3rd Wednesdays of the month. This group is a 150 year old national organization promoting equity for all women and girls, lifelong education and positive societal change. The Asheville branch, North Carolina’s largest branch, and celebrated their 100th anniversary in 2014. Call Molly Keeney for more information.
This is a Yahoo group for RPG players in Asheville, NC. Whether you’re an RPG player looking for a group to join, or a group who wants to bring in new members to your campaign, this is the place for you!
Astronomy Club of Asheville is a club dedicated to helping people at all levels of interest in astronomy, regardless of age or experience. Indoor meetings are the first Thursday of the month from 6-8pm.
Have some fun with fungus on a fantastic foray!
The Asheville Marine Aquarium Society is a group of marine (saltwater) and reef aquarium enthusiasts whose goal is to educate new aquariasts and to preserve our reefs and ocean through breeding and coral propagation.
f/32 meets the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 7pm. All levels of photography experience are welcome to bring prints or slides to share in Carmike Hall on the UNCA campus. Anyone interested in joining a photography club is welcome.