Asheville Ballet’s take on the seasonal favorite returns to Diana Wortham Theatre, Dec. 7-9.
The local historical twist on the Dickens classic will be performed Dec. 6-8 at the Vance Birthplace.
Sierra Nevada hosts the Backcountry Film Festival, Pack Library commemorates the WWI Centennial with a documentary about Paris’ American Hospital and more.
The G Funk legend plays The Grey Eagle on Dec. 5.
The North Carolina native shares her political satire graphic novel Dec. 1 at Firestorm Books & Coffee.
**UPDATED NOV. 30** Craft Centric and TreeRock Social celebrate their first anniversaries, UpCountry taps an Almond Joy-inspired porter and more local beer news.
The holiday art event returns for its 10th year, Dec. 1-2 at the U.S. Cellular Center.
The creative twist on the beloved holiday story opens Nov. 28 at NC Stage and runs through Dec. 16.
Zed AVL organizes a meet-up and discussion for the Meow Wolf documentary, Beer City Blazers launches launches Moto Movie Night and more.
The Asheville Contemporary Dance Theatre’s ballet runs Nov. 30-Dec. 1 at Diana Wortham Theatre.
The Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter plays Fleetwood’s on Nov. 23.
**UPDATED NOV. 21** Special Thanksgiving week and Black Friday events abound throughout the area.
Asheville-based artist Gloria Gaffney’s outdoor painting debuts Nov. 22.
The author discusses her new novel “Unsheltered,” adapting her work for the screen and her enduring love of Asheville.
The 49th annual Thanksgiving weekend gathering takes place Nov. 22-25 at the YMCA Blue Ridge Assembly.
Asheville native Kade’sha Barnard lands a recurring role on Showtime’s “Shameless,” The Joseph Initiative opens registration for its youth documentary filmmaking course and more.
The combination taproom and sour and wild ale fermentation brewery will open in the former Peaks & Creeks Brewing location by the end of November.
The Asheville brewery will discontinue operation at the end of the year. It has been sold to the CANarchy Collective (Oskar Blues, Cigar City), which will reopen the space in March 2019 as The CANarchy Collaboratory brewpub.
The Can’d Aid Foundation benefits from working with Oskar Blues, while Burial actively gives back through sponsorships of LEAF International and the Asheville Symphony.
Roy Wooten and Tracy Silverman bring their innovative duo to Isis on Nov. 17.
**UPDATED NOV. 14** Ginger’s Revenge brings back Appalachian Ginger, Burial releases a Stillwater collaboration and more local beer news.