Please join the artists on the second floor of the Wedge Studio in the River Arts District on Friday, Feb. 2nd, for a Groundhog Day celebration.
The Asheville Hot Chocolate 5K, 10K, Kids Hill Climb, and Marshmallow Dash take place January 20th, 2018. The events will benefit the non-profit Isaac Dickson Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO),
The Rotary Club of Asheville-Metro is pleased to announce its 3rd annual Beat the Winter Blues Ball! This yearly fundraiser supports the Coins for Alzheimer’s Research Trust and ABCCM’s Veteran Restoration Quarters.
This year, more than one million third graders have gotten hands-on gardening experience, growing colossal cabbages with high hopes to win “best in state” and receive a $1,000 scholarship towards education from Bonnie Plants.
As the mercury drops and Old Man Winter comes sneaking in, we’re ready for all those awesome winter activities that turn cold weather into cool weather: hot chocolate, snowball fights and sledding included!
In 2018, several Asheville ART buses will run later into the evening. Also, Sunday and holiday service will extend to all routes.
The Town of Fletcher will host its 17th annual Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, Jan. 27th, from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm at Veritas Christian Academy.
Christmas is coming early for trout anglers in thirteen Western North Carolina counties. Now through Dec. 21st, hatchery staff will be stocking extra trout to provide additional angling opportunities.
UNC Asheville’s Great Smokies Writing Program (GSWP) will present thirteen workshops this spring taught by some of the region’s finest authors.
The holiday season can be a hectic time. Between shopping for gifts, attending holiday get-togethers and trying to manage our regular routines, it might seem difficult to make time for anything else.
The Asheville Museum of Science (AMOS) announces a new program for children ages 5-10 to enjoy an evening at the museum. Night at the Museum occurs on the second Friday of every month.
A recent study published by The New England Journal of Medicine has revealed unwanted findings. Although it is a low-moisture food, raw flour can be a vehicle for foodborne pathogens.
Planting a tree in celebration of a loved one’s life can provide a living legacy for those who knew that person well and benefits to those whom they never met.
Norwood Park is a 26-acre planned community north of downtown Asheville. The neighborhood is bounded by Murdock, Norwood, Woodward and Farrwood Avenues, between Merrimon and Kimberly Avenues.
The Diana Wortham Theatre announces the 2018 Y.E.S. Emerging Artists Fund, a program to support young performers by providing scholarships for graduating high school seniors pursuing a career in the performing arts.
The Ms. Wheelchair North Carolina Pageant will be held on Saturday, March 17, 2018, at the Hilton Hotel Biltmore Park in Asheville, North Carolina.
Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours is pleased to announce the addition of walking food tours in Charlotte and Asheville. Reservations can be made online at www.tastecarolina.com.
Reading and literacy is an essential life skill. One program at Mission Hospital lets newborns and families take books home from the hospital to get a head start on reading.
Wilshire Park is a residential community that was developed during the 1950s and 1960s in West Asheville.
Apples, beets, bokchoy, cabbage, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, greens, flint corn, and mushrooms are currently in season in North Carolina.
The North Carolina Stage Company has announced its 2017-2018 season. Upcoming productions include witty comedies, insightful dramas, heartwarming stories, music and more!
Do you know where the water that flows into a storm drain goes? This water does not go to a treatment plant but flows directly into our streams, lakes, and rivers.
Buncombe County now hosts a MindKare mental health screening kiosk, a touchscreen device that allows residents to learn about behavioral health conditions, participate in confidential assessments and find local treatment resources.
Offshore wind has the potential to deliver large amounts of clean, renewable energy to fulfill the electrical needs of cities along U.S. coastlines.
Chestnut Hills Neighborhood encompasses an area north of the downtown Central Business District that starts at the corner of East Chestnut/Merrimon Avenue, running northward to Hillside Street.