Visit mountainx.com/support for full listings.
A support group for the family and friends of alcoholics. For full listings, visit mountainx.com/support.
For a full list of meetings in WNC, call 254-8539 or aancmco.org
For teens (13-19) and their parents. Meets every 3 weeks. Contact for details.
For those affected by another’s sexual behavior. Confidential meetings available; contact for details.
For electrosensitive individuals. For location and info contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 255-3350.
Regional number: 258-4821. Visit mountainx.com/support for full listings.
MONDAYS through WEDNESDAYS until (8/12) – Volunteers needed to lead children from public housing on outdoor activities.
Through FR (7/31) – Celebrating Middle School Success, art by area students. Held in Highsmith Gallery.
Through FR (8/7) – Art Spark, display and silent auction of outdoor garden artwork. Proceeds benefit T.C. Arts council programs.
Through (7/31) – Registration is open for this league from Buncombe County Recreation Services. $40.
Through FR (8/28) – Mentor, contemporary works in glass, steel and wood.
Through FR (8/28) – New Terrain, works by five artists depicting landscapes.
Through FR (8/28) – Southern Skies, paintings by John I. Cleveland, Jr.
Through FR (8/28) – Summer Salon, works by new members.
Through SU (10/11) – Heritage and Home: Photographs of Hickory Nut Gap Farm, photography by Ken Abbot.
Through MO (8/31) – It’s About Time, workbooks by Impractical Labor in Service of the Speculative Arts members.
Through SA (8/8) – Americana, patriotic-themed work by SVFAL members.
Through FR (8/14) – Photography of Cindy Kunst in collaboration with fabric artist Bethany Adams.
Through FR (9/4) – Works by glass artist John Almaguer.
Through FR (10/30) – The Rhythm of Color, works by WNC artists.
Through (12/11) – Exhibit: The Photography of Lewis Hine: Exposing Child Labor in North Carolina, 1908-1918. Free.
Through (8/18) – Submissions will be accepted for the Juried Art Show. Open to artists in all mediums, ages 18 and over. Contact for full details.
Through (8/30) – Submission will be accepted for the Literary Fiction Contest. Contact for guidelines. $25.
SUNDAYS through SATURDAYS (5/7) through (10/30), 8am-6pm –
WEDNESDAYS through (11/25), 8am-noon-
WEDNESDAYS through (10/28), 8am-noon –
WEDNESDAYS, noon-1pm –
WE (7/29), noon – “Hungry For History: The History of the Mountains to the Sea Trail,” presentation by author Danny Bernstein. Free.
MONDAYS through FRIDAYS, noon – Lunchtime meditation practice. Free.
WEDNESDAYS, 12:30pm –
TUESDAYS through THURSDAYS, 1-3pm – Peer support services for mental health, substance abuse and wellness.
WEDNESDAYS through (10/28), 12-4pm –
WEDNESDAYS through (11/25), 2-6pm –
WEDNESDAYS (5/6) through (11/25), 2-6pm –
WEDNESDAYS through (10/28), 2-5pm –
WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS, SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS (7/22) through (8/16), 2pm – Gypsy. $15-$40.
WEDNESDAYS through (10/28), 2:30-6:30pm –
WE (7/29), 5:30-7pm – “Relationships & Money” workshop.
WE (7/29), 5:30pm – “Why we can’t NOT get to Net Zero” presentation.
WE (7/29), 6:30pm – Secret Agent 23 Skidoo, all-ages hip-hop show. Free.
WEDNESDAYS, 7-8pm & SATURDAYS, 11am –
WEDNESDAYS, 7pm & SATURDAYS, 4pm – Held at 1316-C Parkwood Road.
WEDNESDAYS, 7-8pm – Adult support group, ages 18+. Held in the Sherill Center at UNCA.
WEDNESDAYS, 7pm – Modern mind meditation class. Free.
WE (7/29), 7pm- Presentation by inspirational speaker and author Alice McCall. $10.
WE (7/29), 7pm – Dasha Kelly presents her book Almost Crimson.
WE (7/29), 7:30pm – The American Spiritual Ensemble. $25. Held in Ingram Auditorium at Brevard College.
WE (7/29) through FR (7/31), 7:30pm – If You Must, dark comedy. $15/$12 advance.
WEDNESDAYS through SATURDAYS, (7/22) through (8/16), 8pm – Gypsy. $15-$40.