Between arts, food, music and hiking there’s so much to do in Western North Carolina this weekend. Let CalCast, the community calendar podcast from The Mountain Xpress and Asheville FM do the work for you. Listen up and find out about the best and the brightest events in the area.
These weekend, visitors came out for not one, but two whole festivals dedicated to the art of growing hops. Thousands of lime green cones stretched along steel cables at Echoview Farm in Weaverville and the Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center in Mills River on Saturday. Each tiny cone is a hop, a key […]
Thousands of lime green cones stretched along steel cables at Echoview Farm in Weaverville and the Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center in Mills River on Saturday.
The weekend is coming up fast and there are dozens, maybe hundreds of events in Western North Carolina. If your head is spinning and you need to narrow it down, check out CalCast, the community calendar podcast. Each week, the Mountain Xpress teams up with Asheville FM to highlight fun and unusual events in the Asheville area.
An industrial lot was transformed into a sea of flea market finds at the grand opening of the Paris of the South Flea Market this weekend.
Still debating what to do this weekend? Check out CalCast, the community calendar podcast from The Mountain Xpress and Asheville FM.
Friends and neighbors came together to fold 1,000 paper cranes to celebrate Judith Hallock and her lifetime of peace work.
This weekend is jam packed with great events. How ever shall you pick? Check out CalCast, the community calendar podcast from The Mountain Xpress.
ASAP Family Farm Tour. Photo by Patrick Cavan Brown.
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The Mountain Xpress Poetry Bash will close out Saturday’s events, with beer, music and a reading from poet Brian Sneeden, winner of the 2011 Mountain Xpress poetry contest.
Word Slam’s upcoming contest for middle and high school students spotlights beats and rhymes at the Altamont Theater on April 30.