Through (8/19) – All Kinds of Quilts, by Asheville Modern Quilt Guild. Opening reception Sunday, May 4, from 2-4pm.
MO (6/23) through WE (6/25) – All proceeds from this fly fishing retreat (which includes food, lodging and gear) support this nonprofit’s outdoor events for women recovering from cancer. $1000.
ONGOING – Classes for careers in the food and hotel industries. Includes American Hotel and Lodging Association Certification. Call for times. $25.
Through (7/7) – re/production, re/presentation, photography by Lorne Blythe.
Through FR (8/1) – Fly Over, photography of WWII warbirds by Barbara Sammons.
Through MO (6/30) – Espressioni, paintings by Ruth Ilg.
Through SU (10/5) – Farm to Table: American Silver, handmade American silver objects.
Through MO (6/30) – Visual Cues, encaustic paintings by Jane Wells Harrison.
Through SA (8/30) – Submissions will be accepted for the Literary Fiction Contest. Contact for guidelines.
Through TU (7/1) – On the Verge, sculptors by Leonid Siveriver and photography by Robert Asman.
Through TH (7/3) – Primordial Forms, glass sculpture by Chad Holliday.
Through SU (9/14) – The Uncharted Course from Realism to Abstraction, paintings and prints by Minna Citron.
SA (6/7) through WE (12/31) – Hillbilly Land: Myth and Reality of Appalachian Culture.
Through (6/28) – Registration is open for this run to benefit the free summer concert series. $30/ $25 before June 26.
Through WE (6/25) – Keeping of the Moon, paintings inspired by the Moon.
Through (6/29) – Rinse, sculptures and paintings by Randy Shull.
Through TH (6/26) – Instant Photography: 2003-2014, polaroids by Adam Void.
Through FR (7/4) – Applications accepted for six weeks of free vendor space at Spruce Street Market. Visit website for full details and guidelines.
Through MO (7/7) – The Wonder of Nature, watercolor paintings by Janice Lape. In the Blowers Gallery.
Through FR (7/4) – Registration is open for this event sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of N. Buncombe, benefiting student scholarships. $25/ $30 after June 20.
Through (7/31) - A Lasting Legacy, works by local women from the late 19th century.
Through FR (7/18) – Works by NC art educators.
Through TH (10/9) – Applications will be accepted for arts and crafts vendors for Oktoberfest, as well as the juried Arts & Crafts show. Contact for details.
Through (7/18) – Art in Bloom, plein air paintings.
Through (6/28) – Volunteers needed for an invasive exotic plant workshop at Lemon Gap.
Through (7/4) – Volunteers needed to assist with 4th of July celebration.
Through (7/27) – The Luminous Surface, channel video and audio visual works
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS, 8am-noon –
WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS, 8am-noon –
Through FR (10/3) – The Photography of Lewis Hine: Exposing Child Labor in North Carolina, 1908-1918, photographs of child textile workers.
TUESDAYS through THURSDAYS, 9am-noon – Adult basic education/ high school equivalency classes. Registration required.
SA (6/21) through TH (6/26), 10am-7pm – Proceeds support scholarships.
WE (6/25), 10am – Swannanoa Sewing Circle. SW
WEDNESDAYS (through 12/31), 2-6pm -
WEDNESDAYS through (11/30), 2-6pm -
WEDNESDAYS, 2-5pm -
WEDNESDAYS, 2:30-6:30pm -
WE (6/25), 3pm – “Wednesday Family Show” with kids music singalong.
Wet Nose Wednesday: dog day at Coxe Ave. patio 5-8pm; $3.50 all pints at Coxe location; “Whedon Wednesday’s” at Merrimon location
MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS, 5:30-8:30pm – ESL classes. Registration required.
Wild Bill’s Beer Run: group run into Pisgah National Forest, leaves brewery @ 6pm
WE (6/25), 7pm – Free.
WE (6/25), 7pm – Land of the Lakes Choirboys of Minnesota. Free. Held at Brevard-Davidson River Presbyterian Church, 249 East Main St.
WE (6/25), 7:30pm – A Solider’s Tale, sonata for piano. $20.
THURSDAYS through SUNDAYS until (7/13) – The Stardust Supper Club. Thu.-Sat.: 7:30p.m.; Sun.: 2:30 p.m.
WE (6/25), 7:30pm – Jari Piper, contemporary solo cellist. $8/$5 members.
WEDNESDAYS through SATURDAYS (6/12) through (7/13) – My Fair Lady. Wed.-Sat.: 8pm; Wed., Thu., Sat., Sun.: 2pm. $40.
WE (6/25), 8pm – “Art of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera” discussion. Free.