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 sexaholism. 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.
Through SA (5/30) – Historical costume exhibit, “The Boarder’s Garb.” $5.
ONGOING – Art of the Book, art inspired by literary works.
Through SU (5/10) – The Birds and the Bees, themed works.
Through SU (4/12) – Go Figure: Faces and Forms, works celebrating the human figure.
Through TU (3/31) – Black, White and Red, works by Swannanoa Valley Fine Arts League members.
Through (3/30) – Mix-media works by Patricia Anastasi.
Through SU (5/10) – Betsy Alexander, oil paintings. Free to attend.
Through FR (3/6) – Vadim Bora: Portraits.
Through WE (4/1) – Hands in Harmony, Tim Barnwell photography.
Through TU (3/31) – Reflections: Interiors/Landscapes/Cityscapes, oil paintings by Cheryl Keefer. Artist’s reception: March 6, 5-8pm.
Through FR (3/13) – Proceeds from art sales benefit Open Hearts of Asheville’s programs for differently abled adults.
Through MO (3/23) – 2015 Jackson County Youth Art Month. Artists’ reception: March 22, 1-3pm.
Through FR (4/24) – Renaissance: A Book & Print Arts Collective show. Free to attend. Artists’ reception: March 6, 6-8pm.
WEDNESDAYS (3/11) through (5/13), 5:30pm – Coed adult ultimate spring league registration. $40/$25 for women new to AUC.
Through SU (6/7) – Locality, works by WNC artists.
Through MO (3/30) – Works by Members of the Fiber Arts Alliance. In Ramsey Library.
Through (3/13) – Musicians and filmmakers may submit videos for consideration in this contest. Contact for guidelines. $15.
Through FR (3/27) – In Her Father’s Eyes: A Slovak Childhood in the Shadow of the Holocaust. Held in Karpen Hall lobby.
WEDNESDAYS, 8am-9am – Contemplation Hour, open silent meditation/prayer. Free.
WEDNESDAYS, 9am – One Million Cups of Coffee: weekly entrepreneurs startup presentations.
WE (3/4), 9:30am – Garden roses selection and caring workshop. Free.
MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS, 10-10:45am -
WEDNESDAYS through (4/15), 10am-4pm –
Through FR (3/13) – Connections, works by three local artists.
WE (3/4), 11am – Bounce ‘n Books, movement-based family storytime for toddlers and preschoolers.
MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS, 11:15am-noon –
$3 pints all day
WEDNESDAYS, 11:30am-1pm – The Leicester Welcome Table offers a hot meal and fellowship. Open to all. Free.
WEDNESDAYS, noon-1pm -
WEDNESDAYS, 12:30pm -
MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS through (4/1), 12:30-3:30pm – Computer basics class. Free.
WEDNESDAYS, 12:45-1:30pm –
$8.50 growler fills
TUESDAYS through THURSDAYS, 1-3pm – Peer support services for mental health, substance abuse and wellness.
WEDNESDAYS, 1-4pm – Cleanup and plantings along the French Broad River. Registration required.
1st WEDNESDAYS, 1:30pm – A safe, supportive group of women “of a certain age.” Free.
MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS, 1:45-2:30pm -
WEDNESDAYS (3/4) until (4/8), 2-4pm – Self-care education program for family caregivers. $25.
$2 off growler fills
SU (3/4) 3-4pm – Soprello. Free.
WE (3/4), 3pm – Weaverville Afternoon Book Club: Crossing to Safety by Wallace Stegner.
WE (3/4), 3:30-5pm – Great Decisions Lecture Series: “India Changes Course.” Held in McLarty-Goodson Bldg. $10.
WEDNESDAYS until (4/1), 3:30-5pm – Discussion of Martin Borg’s Convictions: Manifesto for Progressive Christians. Free.
WE (3/4), 3:30pm – LEGO Builders Club for ages 5 and up.
Food truck: Root Down (comfort food, Cajun)
$2 off growler fills
Flights & Bites w/ Food: Sunburst Trout Farms, 4pm; Live music: Woody Wood (acoustic), 5:30pm
WE (3/4), 4pm – Black Mountain Knitters, for all skill levels.
New brew: TM Open Wiit (by Chris Ivey & Luke Weber)
$3.50 all pints at Coxe location; “Whedon Wednesday’s” at Merrimon location
WE (3/4), 5pm – Swannanoa Knitters, for all skill levels.
WEDNESDAYS, 5:30pm – Ongoing fantasy roleplaying campaign for both new and veteran players. Free.
WEDNESDAYS, 5:30-7pm & THURSDAYS, 9:30am – Beginners Tai Chi class. Donations required.
Live music: Woody Wood (acoustic rock), 5:30pm
WE (3/4), 5:30-7pm – “Introduction to Homebuying,” seminar.
WEDNESDAYS, 6-8pm – Open meeting for songwriters, poets, and word lovers hosted by songwriter Jenna Lindbo. Free to attend.
Community bike ride led by The Bike Farm, leaves brewery 6pm; Beer run w/ Wild Bill, group run leaves brewery 6pm
WE (3/4), 6:30-8:30pm – Asheville breathing circle. $5-$15.
WEDNESDAYS, 7-8pm & SATURDAYS, 11am –
WEDNESDAYS, 7 pm & SATURDAYS, 4 pm – Held at 1316-C Parkwood Road.
WEDNESDAYS, 7-8pm – Adult support group, ages 18+. Held in the Sherill Center at UNCA.
WE (3/4), 7pm – Discusses an update on efforts to phase out Asheville’s coal-powered electric plant. Free.
WE (3/4), 7pm – The Trials of Darryl Hunt, documentary. Held in Belk Auditorium. Free.
WE (3/4), 7pm – “Asheville Beyond Coal: Update on Efforts to Phase Out Asheville’s Coal Powered Electric Plant.” Free.
WE (3/4), 8pm – Natalie MacMaster & Donnell Leahy, Celtic. $38/$33 students/$15 children.
Live Music: Underground Station (reggae), 9 pm