Urban Orchard Cider Co. hosts a free Halloween celebration with entertainment, a costume contest and a special flight of spicy ciders.
Halloween costumes aren’t just for people anymore! Increasingly, pet caretakers are dressing up their furry family members and taking them out on the town for this spooktacular holiday. Just in case you need some Halloween inspiration for your feline or Fido, we reached out to local animal rescue organizations and local business owners to showcase some […]
Boo Bash shopashevilleoutlets.com/event/boo-bash/2145463270 SA (10/31), 5-7pm – Asheville Humane Society dog adoption event with live music, trick-or-treating, kids games, and costumes for pet dress-up. Free to attend. Held at The Asheville Outlets, 800 Brevard Road Charlie’s Angels Animal Rescue Adoption Event wncanimalrescue.org SA (10/31) 11am-2pm – Free to attend. Held at Patton Ave Pet Company, 1388 […]
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue hopes its inaugural Asheville VeganFest will offer opportunities to change minds and diets.
A forthcoming benefit concert series — which features American blues guitarist and vocalist Selwyn Birchwood in its first iteration — aims to “rebuild and restore the presence of blues music in Asheville” while raising funds for Brother Wolf Animal Rescue.
There’s spaghetti involved. And puppies. Local nonprofit Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s fundraising event on Tuesday, June 9 — Spay-ghetti & No Balls — pairs lunch delivery with a cute local rescue, all for $10.
Asheville bartenders raise money for local charities through Asheville Negroni Week; Dough closes its market and expands classroom offerings; Great Harvest Bread Co. comes to South Asheville; and Monte’s Sub Shop in Hendersonville opens a taproom. Plus check out local tea events for June.
On Saturday, April 25, Brother Wolf Animal Rescue and Urban Orchard Cider Co. are teaming up for a fundraiser where dogs aren’t just allowed — they’re the stars.
Think of hip-hop, and a number of images might come to mind: DJs, loose pants, B-Boys and graffiti, perhaps. Even if your list isn’t culled from stereotypes, it’s unlikely to include aerialists — though that might change after the Hip-hop Circus at The Orange Peel on Saturday, Nov. 29. That event pairs area hip-hop acts […]
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features Brother Wolf’s fundraising calendar and craftsman Daniel Hart’s stringed gourd instruments.
It’s the perfect weekend for animal lovers! With this lovely weather your could take your dog for a walk, visit the WNC Nature Center or you could go to a benefit for Brother Wolf Animal Rescue on Saturday, Sunday or both. Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is offering a full lineup of activities for animal lovers this whole weekend.
As always, Xpress brings you the best in low-cost weekend events.
The physical exertion that Asheville resident Kevin Johnson will endure during his 3,000 mile cross-country bicycle ride is nothing compared to what the animals in Brother Wolf’s “Help Me Heal” program have experienced. (Photo by Sharon Bell)
A new local fundraiser wants every rescue dog to have more than its day by creating an entire calendar dedicated to Asheville-loving canines. (Photo by Sheryl Mann of Flying Dogs Photography)
Live music and outdoor celebrations dominate this weekend but, as always, Xpress brings you the best in low-budget weekend happenings.
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue announces a new summer camp for kids who love animals.
The recycled apparel runway show takes place on Saturday, Nov. 19.
Raise a glass and celebrate beer, food, the holidays and anything else you see fit. CalCast, the community calendar podcast from Asheville FM and the Mountain Xpress, offers plenty of reasons for good cheer.
Film and the written word take center stage this weekend, along with adorable pets, hearty plants and community radio. While you’re here, check out Clubland for a complete schedule of local music. And, as always, feel free to share more budget-friendly events in the comments section below.
This weekend, find a new best friend, enjoy freshly picked apples, discover a new career or LAAFF until you cry. And while you’re here, share more budget-friendly events in the comments section below.
Brother Wolf Animal Rescue is up for a $100,000 prize from the ASPCA. All it needs to do now is to find homes for hundreds of animals. To kick off the three-month adoption frenzy, BWAR is hosting an adoption event that lasts all day and all night on Monday. When else can you bring home a new pet at 11 p.m. on a school night?