Hendersonville community group hosts event to address growth and development

Press release from Crab Creek Preservation Society

Grammy-nominated musician Darren Nicholson will headline an event for the Crab Creek Preservation Society on Sunday, July 18 from 3-6 p.m. at Jeter Mountain Farm in Hendersonville. Admission is free.

This event is an opportunity for Crab Creek neighbors and friends to express opposition to a proposed storage facility in the heart of our beautiful rural community. It’s also an opportunity to unite behind more rational planning for growth and development in the future, county-wide. For more information about our work, see www.preservecrabcreek.org.

Nicholson is a bluegrass and Americana musician based in Haywood County, North Carolina. A Grammy nominee and a recipient of multiple International Bluegrass Music Association awards, he has appeared at many of the world’s most famous venues. Currently, he records and tours as a full-time, founding member of Balsam Range. Nicholson is also renowned as a solo artist and songwriter.

Appearing with him will be Jennifer Nicholson, Deni McIntyre and Will McIntyre. Jennifer is a gifted singer and music teacher. Will and Deni have toured internationally with four-time Grammy winner David Holt and produce the nationally-broadcast PBS series “David Holt’s State of Music.”

The event will feature an equally celebrated cast of area chefs. Food will be available for purchase from Doc Brown’s Barbecue, Flat Rock Village Bakery and Cecelia’s Kitchen.

The event is sponsored by Jeter Mountain Farm, Camille Yates (a realtor with Berkshire Hathaway), Crate Wine Market & Project, D.D. Bullwinkel’s Outdoors, Ducote Property Group and Flat Rock Village Bakery.

Jeter Mountain Farm is located at 1126 Jeter Mountain Road, Hendersonville. More information about the event can be found here.

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