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.
Regional number: 258-4821. Visit mountainx.com/support for full listings.
Through SU (10/11), Heroes and Villains!, a member artist group show.
MO (9/28) through FR (10/9) – A Way of Working, weavings by Robin Johnston and the Warren Wilson Fiber Arts Crew. Artists’ reception: Oct. 1, 5–7pm. Held at the Elizabeth Holden Gallery.
FR (9/25) through FR (10/16) – A Walk in the Woods, paintings by Ray Byram and wood sculpture by Mark Gardner. Artists’ reception: Sept. 25, 5-8pm.
TH (9/10) through FR(10/9) – What’s the Buzz About Bees? Bee related art by more than 25 artists. Opening reception: Sept. 10, 6-8pm.
MO (9/21) through FR (10/30) – With a Mighty Hand: Torah Paintings + Abstraction, illustrations by Daniel Devins. Opening reception: Sept. 24, 6-8pm. Held in Owen Hall.
WEDNESDAYS through SUNDAYS (9/16) until (10/31) – Eliada Home Corn Maze. See website for full schedule. Discounts for volunteers. $10/$8 seniors/$7 children age 4-11.
FR (9/18) through WE (11/25) – PrintOcracy: PLAY!, printmaking portfolio exchange from artists across the country. Opening reception: Sept. 18, 6-9pm.
SA (10/3) through SA (10/31) – Colossal Cuts: Steamroller Prints, exhibition of large prints made with steamrollers. Free. Opening reception: Oct. 3, 4-6pm.
SA (9/19) through SA (11/7) – Americans Who Tell the Truth, life sized portraits of American heroes and heroines by acclaimed artist Robert Shetterly. $10.
SA (9/19) through SU (2/28) – INTERCONNECTED: Tangible Dualities, sculpture & assemblage by Joël Urruty.
WE (9/23) through MO (11/23) – Asheville Urban Landscape Painters exhibit. Opening reception: Sept. 23, 5-7pm.
Through MO (11/30) – Submissions will be accepted for the 20th Annual Memoirs Contest. Contact for guidelines. $25.
FR (9/25) through SA (10/31) – Connections, textile exhibit and sale produced by Local Cloth Inc. Opening reception: Oct. 2, 5-8pm.
TH (10/1) through TH (10/22) – The Myth, the Man & His Paintings, paintings of John “Cornbread” Anderson. Artist’s Reception: Oct. 2, 5-8pm.
FR (10/2) through MO (11/30) – Abstracted Movement, glass works by Karsten Oaks.
TH (10/1) through SA (10/31) – Exhibit featuring ceramic art by Anna Koloseike and Christine Sams.
TH (10/1) through SU (12/15) – Openings, exhibit featuring gallery members. Opening Reception: Oct. 10, 3-5pm.
TH (9/17) through FR (10/30) – Tomb to Taller: Maya Collection, exhibition of contemporary Maya artist books. Held in the Bardo Fine Art Museum.
FR (10/2) through SA (2/6) – At the Junction of Words & Pictures: The Tenth Anniversary of The Center for Cartoon Studies, exhibit features the artwork of CCS faculty, students, and alumni. Held in the Turchin Center Gallery.
TH (10/1) through SA (10/31) – Fall Light, exhibition featuring the oil landscapes of Judy Rentner. Opening reception: Oct. 2, 5-8pm.
Ongoing drop-in group for female identified survivors of sexual violence.
(10/1) through (10/23) – Exhibit of fiberglass outdoor bear sculptures. Free. Held along Main Street in Downtown Hendersonville
SA (9/19) through SA (1/3) – The Robot Zoo, exhibit featuring giant-size robots and interactive displays to teach biomechanics of animals. $12 per vehicle.
SA (9/26) through SU (11/15) – Celebrating a Lifetime of Art, autumn group exhibition showcasing the work of Warren Dennis.
SA (9/26) through SU (1/10) – Nature … In High Definition, large format aluminum prints by photographer Wink Gaines. Artist reception: Nov. 6, 6-8pm.
WE (10/21) – Registration deadline for October volunteer training academy. See website for full details.
Through (10/15) – Hispanic Heritage Month Art Exhibition, with works by Victor Verde, Chris Corral and Victor Palomino. Held in the Highsmith Art Gallery.
TH (10/1) through SA (10/31) – Nature’s Light, photographs of Chris and Bonnie Allen.
Through FR (10/9) – Call for art/craft vendors for Christmas Craft Fair that will be held Nov. 21. Contact for guidelines and registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
TH (10/1) through TH (10/29) – Wood fired ceramics installation by Daniel Johnston. Artist reception & talk: Oct. 1, 6pm.
SU (10/5) through TH (10/16) – MFA Thesis Exhibit: Laura Sellers. Held in the Fine Arts Center.
Through FR (10/23) – Natural Order, mixed media work of Heather Allen Hietala.
FR (10/2) through FR (10/30) – Brevard College Alumni exhibit. Artists’ reception: Oct. 2, 5:30pm. Held in the Spiers Art Gallery.
MO (10/5) through Su (11/8) – Chance, paintings by Rena Lindstrom.
Through FR (11/20) – Submissions accepted for the 13th Annual Appalachian Mountain Photography Competition. See website for full guidelines: appmtnphotocomp.org.
Through FR (11/6) – From the Edge, collaborative exhibit of performance design pieces from UNCA Arts & Drama program, Bakhrushin Center State Theatre Museum, and Carnegie Mellon University. Reception: Oct. 19, 5:30-9pm.
SUNDAYS through SATURDAYS (5/7) through (10/30), 8am-6pm –
WEDNESDAYS through (11/25), 8am-noon-
WEDNESDAYS through (10/28), 8am-noon –
Food truck: Appalachian Chic (traditional comfort food)
WEDNESDAYS (9/9) through (10/14), 9:30am – Women’s Book Study: All the Places to Go by John Ortberg. Registration required. $9.
WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS, SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS (10/1) through (10/25), 2pm – Pump Boys & Dinettes, musical theater. $15-$40.
TU (10/6), 7pm – A Night of Short Films 3: 90 minutes of short films from 2015 film festivals. $12/$10 advance.
WE (10/7), 9:30am – General meeting. Free.
WE (10/7), 9:30am – Regular meeting with presentation entitled “Architectural Elements of the Garden,” by Rose Bartlett. Free.
$3 pints all day
WE (10/7), 11:30am – Annual luncheon with keynote speaker Christine Perich. $35.
WEDNESDAYS, noon-1pm –
WE (10/7), noon – Faculty concert featuring David Smith. Free. Held on the Watauga Campus, Building W372.
WEDNESDAYS, 12:30pm –
TUESDAYS through THURSDAYS, 1-3pm – Peer support services for mental health, substance abuse and wellness.
$8.50 growler fills
1st & 3rd WEDNESDAYS, 1:30-3:30pm – Non-denominational support group supporting life transitions for women “of a certain age”. Registration required.
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 –
WE (10/7), 2pm – “Department of Revenue: Business Taxes,” seminar.
WEDNESDAYS through (10/28), 2:30-6:30pm –
$2 off growler fills
WE (10/7), 3pm – Afternoon Book Club: Discussion of The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison.
Food truck: Root Down (comfort food, Cajun)
$3.50 all pints at Coxe location; “Whedon Wednesday’s” at Merrimon location; Wet Nose Wednesday (special treats for dogs) at Coxe location, 5-8pm
WE (10/7), 5pm – Polka Kings, polka music. Free.
WE (10/7), 5:30pm – Sheila Turnage presents her children’s book book, The Odds of Getting Even.
Community bike ride led by The Bike Farm, leaves brewery 6pm; Beer run w/ Wild Bill, group run leaves brewery 6pm; Food truck: Blue Smoke BBQ
WEDNESDAYS through (12/29), 6:30pm – Spirituality discussion group open to all faiths and practices. 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.
WE (10/7), 7pm – Vice Mayor Marc Hunt moderates a panel discussion regarding greenways and bikeways in Asheville. Free to attend.
WE (10/7), 7pm – Book Club: Discussion of Under the Wide and Starry Sky by Nancy Horan.
WE (10/7), 7pm – Lakota Sioux Indian Dance Theatre. $20/$10 students & children. Held in the Schaefer Center.
WEDNESDAYS, 7:30-8:45pm – Mindfulness meditation practice and 12 step program.
WE (10/7), 7:30pm – Storytelling open mic night on the theme “Moving.” Free to attend.
WEDNESDAYS through SATURDAYS (10/1) through (10/25), 8pm – Pump Boys & Dinettes, musical theater. $15-$40.