Actor auditions for Shakespeare’s King Lear for North Carolina’s longest running Shakespeare Festival, The Montford Park Players, will be held Saturday, July 11, and Sunday, July 12, from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. at the Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre, in Asheville.
Blossman Gas will feature the all-propane tiny house at its Customer & Community Appreciation event Saturday, July 18.
On Tuesday, July 21, New Mountain, with DRUMSTRONG as a supporting partner, a will be hosting “Help Sheila Shine On” the first of many benefit events to help get Sheila McGuire, who was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, get back to financial stability.
In the 2016 Fiske Guide, Warren Wilson College has been listed as a “best buy” among public and private colleges and universities in the U.S., Canada and the U.K.
The people of Asheville and Buncombe County have less than 30 days to get involved in the 2115 Asheville Buncombe Time Capsule Project to be opened in 100 years in 2115.
Tickets for the second Western North Carolina Battle of the Burger are on sale this week. Plus, local restaurants and wineries have special events planned for Independence Day.
This year, Independence Day falls on a Saturday, which leaves you with more freedom to explore what this historic day has to offer.
Join local film historian Chip Kaufmann as he shows three silent films featuring Mary Pickford, Buster Keaton and Fatty Arbuckle and discusses their history and continued importance to film.
August 30, Borg Warner Turbo Systems and Duke Energy will present the bicycle ride/race, Gran Fondo Asheville, as a part of the Gran Fondo National Championship Series. The ride begins in downtown Pack Square and then quickly transitions to winding roads in pastoral countryside and up to mountain ridge vistas. The ride is designed for cyclists […]
The Arts Council of Henderson County is looking for local artists who would be interested in demonstrating and selling their art/craft at this year’s 56th annual Art on Main Festival in downtown Hendersonville, on October 3 – 4.
The Center for Craft, Creativity & Design has announced that they have a grant funded position and a part-time position now available.
Hendersonville Sister Cities organization presents “The Mysteries of Cuba” on Thursday, July 9, and invites all who are curious about the island 90 miles off the coast of Florida.
Asheville Creative Arts co-founders Abby Felder and Robbie Jaeger announce an opportunity for the public to meet the cast members of ACA’s upcoming production of MISS NELSON IS MISSING! at Malaprops Bookstore/Cafe on July 16.
Through July 1 – August 31, Asheville Habitat ReStore will hold its fourth annual ReStore ReUse Contest for innovative building projects constructed predominantly of used building materials. “Our customers often tell us about the projects they make using materials purchased at the ReStore, ” ReStore Manager Scott Stetson said. “This contest is a great way to showcase their projects […]
Starting tomorrow, June 25, Kadee Beasley, from Fairview, N.C., along with 49 other state representatives, will compete in the 58th Distinguished Young Women National Finals scholarship competition.
The U.S. Department of the Interior released a report yesterday, June 23, that predicts the risk posed to U.S. national parks by rising sea levels.
The Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College announced today, June 27, that it will be closing the Haynes Building at A-B Tech Enka by September 3o, in an effort to save $540,000 in operating costs for this year. The Haynes Building currently is only 50 percent occupied and A-B Technical Community College is relocating most of the remaining 31 […]
The Shops at Reynolds Village invites all to come and enjoy a variety of food vendors, live music, activities for kids, and local artists and other vendors on the sidewalks at this month’s Food Truck Friday, June 26.
Contracts for resurfacing twelve Asheville streets, which includes Patton Avenue and Lexington Avenue, will go before City Council tomorrow, June 23, for final approval.
Since 2013, Amy Pickett has sold made-from-scratch gelato from a mobile cart in downtown Asheville. In August, she’ll move her whole gelato production to the Gypsy Queen Cuisine Deli & Market on Patton Avenue.
Several Parker Cove residents stood before the Buncombe County Planning Board on Monday, June 15, hoping to convince the board to deny approval for a revised plan for the subdivision called Maple Trace. However, the board decided to give the developer the go-ahead with the revised plan.