Through SU (11/1) – Fiber Optics, basketry and photography by Billie Ruth and Doug Sudduth.
Through FR (11/7) – Abstract Autobiography for a Fractured Narrative, works by Rebecca Ringquist. In the Bardo Arts Center.
Through FR (10/31) – Small Works Show, works smaller than 12 X12 inches.
Through SA (11/1) – Papercuts, small collage works on paper.
Through SA (1/4) – Appalachian Pastel Society national exhibition.
Through SU (11/30) – Spirits of the Flame, flameworked glass sculpture.
ONGOING – Spooky, pop-art works by member artists.
Through WE (12/31) – Hops & Crafts, mugs, steins & tankards by regional artist.
Through SA (12/6) - Excite, contemporary textiles and fiber art. Held in the Creative Arts Building on Haywood Community College’s campus.
TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS through (11/15) – Family-to-Family, class for mental health caregivers. Tues: 6-8:30pm; Sat: 1:30-4pm. Location given upon registration. Free.
Through TU (10/28) – Carolina Colors, members’ works inspired by fall colors.
Through TH (11/20) – Handmade book-bound pieces by Mary Carol Koester. Artist’s reception: Oct. 15, 5:30pm
Through SU (11/9) – Ignition, works by Ron Killian.
Through MO (11/24) – It Was A Day Like Any Other, works by Geza Brunow.
Through SA (11/8) – Give and Take, pairings of works by Asheville and Washington D.C. artists
Through Fr (11/31) – Fauvist-Surrealist figurative works by Matt Zedler
Through (10/26) – Volunteers are needed for many tasks related to Eliada’s Corn Maze. Three-hour shifts available Thu.: 9am-4pm; Fri.-Sun.:10am-8pm.
Through FR (10/31) – For Abigail, with my greatest love, pastels by Cecilia Frederic.
Through SU (11/30) – Weirdness Threshold, works by Julie Armbruster, Tiffany Ownbey and Jessica C. White.
Through (11/7) – Photography by Joe Franklin.
Through FR (11/28) – Four Makers, Four Materials, wood, steel, glass and clay works.
Through FR (11/28) – Shifting Plates II, works by 16 printmakers.
Through FR (11/28) – Self Exam, self portraits by Ursula Gullow.
Through TH (1/15) – Exploring the Depth & Magic of Nature, photography by Susanna Euston, Bonnie Allen and Joanne Senkus.
Through (11/5) – Applications will be accepted for artists and crafters interested in selling art at the ArtMart fundraiser.
Through FR (11/21) – Swannanoa Valley Fine Arts League juried show
SA (10/15) through SA (11/1) – Haunted Adventures: Little Dorm of Horrors, Haunted Theatre and Myths and Legends Ghost Walk. $10-$25.
SA (10/25) & SU (10/26) – Haywood County artists self-guided studio tour. Various locations. Sat.: 10am-5pm; Sun.: 12-5pm. Reception: Oct. 23, 6-9pm at Frog Level Brewing Co.
Through MO (12/15) – Applications open for this annual event honoring the legacy of Black Mountain College. All genres and disciplines. Contact for full guidelines. Free.
Through SA (2/28) – Exhibit: Our Story – This Place: The History of African-American Education in Madison County and the Anderson Rosenwald School.
Through SA (11/8) – Tight Impressionism, panorama paintings by Ray Byram.
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SA (10/25), 7:30am – “Run for Your Life,” walk/run 5K. $25.
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TH (10/23) through SA (10/25), 8am-5pm – Includes working crafters and antique machinery. Sponsored by the Apple Country Antique Engine & Tractor Association. $8 per day.
FR (10/24) through SU (10/26) – Includes animals, crafters, workshops and demonstrations. $3.
SA (10/25), 8:30am-5pm – State-wide conference from North Carolina Community Garden Partners, with workshops on community buildings. $20. Held in the Sherill Center at UNCA.
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SA (10/25), 9am-3:30pm – ‘Women & Money’ conference. $15. Held at First Baptist Church of Asheville, 5 Oak St.
FR (10/24) & SA (10/25), 9am-4pm – Used book sale.
SA (10/25), 10am – “Leaf Peepers’ Boat Tour,” ranger-led autumn color tour. Registration required.
SATURDAYS through (11/1), 10am-4pm – Craft sale with works by local artists. Free to attend.
SA (10/25), 10am-6pm – “Howl-O-Ween,” arts & crafts, games and costume contest. Admission rates apply.
SA (10/25) & SU (10/26) – Fall Craft Fair book signing with Art Ramsay. Sat.: 10am-5pm; Sun.: 1-3pm. Free to attend.
SA (10/25), 10am-8pm – Includes a parade, haunted house, live music and zombie run. Free to attend. Held in Downtown Brevard.
SATURDAYS through (11/1), 10:30am – Interactive music workshop with The Moozic Lady. For ages 3-7. $5 per family.
SA (10/25), 10:30am – Includes leadership techniques for owners. Free.
SA (10/25), 11am-1pm – Community day and fundraiser for projects benefiting public school students. Free to attend.
SA (10/25), 11am-2pm – Fall Festival, includes scavenger hunt, pumpkin volleyball, contests and a pirate ship. Free.
SA (10/25), 12-3:30pm -Includes bouncy houses, games, raffle, bake sale, haunted house. Free to attend; tickets required for attractions.
SA (10/25), noon – Zombie Run, grueling 2.5 mile course. Registration required. $5-$10.
SA (10/25) & SU (10/26), 1-6pm – “Change the Course: People Powered Strategies for a Stable Climate,” climate leadership summit. Registration required. Free.
SA (10/25), 2-3pm – Family Puppet Series: Hansel & Gretel. $8.
SA (10/25), 2pm – “Fall Colors Canoe Excursion,” ranger-led canoeing instruction. Registration required.
SA (10/25), 2:30-5pm – Auction of statues from Bearfootin’ public art display. Proceeds benefit the City of Hendersonville’s Main Street Program and other nonprofits. Free to attend. Held at the Hendersonville Courthouse.
SA (10/25), 3pm – “Thomas Wolfe’s Asheville,” architectural tour. Free.
SA (10/25), 3-5pm – 10th birthday celebration and costume contest. Free.
SA (10/25), 3pm – Sharyn McCrumb discusses her book Nora Bonesteel’s Christmas Past.
SA (10/25), 3pm – Art Ramsay discusses his book Illumination of Stones.
FR (10/25), 4-6pm – Panel discussion of Give and Take exhibit with live music. Free.
SA (10/25) & SU (10/26), 4pm – “Musical Treat: A Family Concert for Halloween.” $15/$10 members/$5 students/free with Manna FoodBank donation. Held in the Reuter Center at UNCA
SA (10/25), 5-8pm – Includes food, games, live music and cider.
FR (10/24) & SA (10/25), 5:30-8pm – Tours of the historic Terry Estate. $20.
TH (10/25), 6-9pm – Of Time and the River, show and sale of plein air paintings depicting the French Broad River. Proceeds support river restoration projects. $65/$50 members.
SA (10/25), 6-10pm – Hosted by Asperger’s Adults United and Asperger’s Teens United. Free.
FR (10/25) & SA (10/26), 6pm – Performance by Anenome and Legacy Butoh dance companies. Free.
SA (10/25), 6:30pm – Tim Barnwell discusses his book Blue Ridge Parkway Vistas.
SA (10/25), 7pm – Wendy Jones Quartet, jazz. $15.
FRIDAYS through SUNDAYS until (10/26) – The Addams Family. $25/$22 seniors and students/$15 children. Fri.-Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.: 2:30pm.
THURSDAYS through SUNDAYS until (11/2) – Sylvia. Thu.-Sat.: 7:30pm; Sun.: 2pm. $20/$15 students/$10 children.
FRIDAYS through SUNDAYS until (10/27), 7:30pm - Waiting For Godot. $15/$12 students.
THURSDAYS through SUNDAYS through (10/26) – The Winter’s Tale. Thu.-Sat.:7:30pm; Sun.:2:30pm. $15.
WEDNESDAYS through SUNDAYS until (10/26) – A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Wed.-Sun.: 8pm; Thu., Sat., Sun.: 2pm. $40
THURDAYS (10/16) through SUNDAYS (10/26), 8pm – Music on the Rock: John Denver, tribute concert. $24/$22 seniors/$14 students.
SA (10/25), 9pm – Admission to this silent auction and photography-themed costume contest benefits The Asheville Darkroom. $5.