Visit mountainx.com/support for full listings.
A support group for the family and friends of alcoholics. For full listings, visit mountainx.com/support.
For a full list of meetings in WNC, call 254-8539 or aancmco.org
For teens (13-19) and their parents. Meets every 3 weeks. Contact for details.
For those affected by another’s sexual behavior. Confidential meetings available; contact for details.
For electrosensitive individuals. For location and info contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 255-3350.
Regional number: 258-4821. Visit mountainx.com/support for full listings.
Through SU (5/31) – Veiled Memories, metal and glass.
Through SU (5/31) – Impressions: The Great Smoky Mountains, expressionist paintings by Stefan Horik.
Through SU (5/31) – My Wonky World, paintings by Sandi Anton.
Through FR (7/3) – Beer City Prints, works from the Wood Engravers Network triennial juried exhibition.
Through FR (7/10) – Once Upon a Time, paintings and illustrations by Marcy Jackson.
Through SA (5/30) – Celebrating Color, paintings by B Adams.
Through TU (6/30) – Nature-inspired printmaking works by Dawn Behling and Myriah Strivelli.
Through MO (6/15) – Working Memory, mixed media paintings by Mark Flowers. Artist’s reception: June 5, 5-8pm.
Through FR (5/29) – Photography by members of Land of Waterfalls Camera Club.
Through TU (6/16) – Brainstorm, street-art inspired works by various artists.
Through FR (6/5) – Works by artists who will participate in the 2015 Toe River Studio Tour.
Through SA (5/31) – Group exhibition of street- and pop-art inspired works by Alli Good, Gus!, Erin Hardy, Ted Harper, Ishmael, Megan Kelly, Jeremy Russell and Dustin Spagnola.
Through TU (6/30) – Photos and digital paintings by Ron Morecraft.
Through SA (5/30) – Works by visiting Asian potters Seungho Yang and Shozo Michikawa.
Through (5/30) – Submissions will be accepted for the Hard Times Essay Contest. Contact for guidelines. $25/entry.
Through (8/30) – Submissions will be accepted for the Literary Fiction Contest. Contact for guidelines. $25/entry.
Through SU (9/13) – From New York to Nebo: The Artistic Journey of Eugene Thomason.
Through SU (8/2) – Photography by John Smith.
Through FR (6/19) – Storytellers, paintings by Arden Cone, Margaret Curtis, Dawn Hunter and Anna Jensen.
Through FR (6/12) – Works by Appalachian Pastel Society members.
Through TU (7/21) – Rock, Paper, Scissors, works by Lisa Blackburn, Bill Brown, and Thor and Jennifer Bueno.
Through TU (6/30) – Homage to Life, works by Cecelia and Abigail Frederic. Held in Blowers Gallery.
Through TU (6/30) – Jodi John + Laura John: A Mother + Daughter Exhibition of Original Paintings.
Through SA (6/20) – Paintings of floral designs shown in collaboration with Art in Bloom event.
Through SU (8/30) – Submissions will be accepted for short story or novel chapters. Contact for guidelines. $25.
Through SU (8/30) – Surface & Texture: The Work of John Jordan, woodwork.
Through SU (9/6) – Woven Together: From Lesotho to Carolina, tapestries. Artists reception: May 29, 6-8pm.
Through TU (6/30) – Submissions open for one-act plays on theme “Lovetown Liaisons.”
SUNDAYS through SATURDAYS (5/7) through (10/30), 8am-6pm –
WEDNESDAYS through (11/25), 8am-noon-
WEDNESDAYS through (10/28), 8am-noon –
WEDNESDAYS, 9am – “One Million Cups of Coffee,” weekly entrepreneurs startup presentations. Free to attend.
WE (5/27), 9am – Orientation for volunteers interested in reading program from low-income children.
$3 pints all day
WEDNESDAYS, 11:30am-1pm – The Leicester Welcome Table offers a hot meal and fellowship. Open to all. Free.
WEDNESDAYS, noon-1pm –
WE (5/27), noon – “Hungry for History: The Guastavino Family in Asheville and South America.”
WEDNESDAYS, 12:30pm –
$8.50 growler fills
TUESDAYS through THURSDAYS, 1-3pm – Peer support services for mental health, substance abuse and wellness.
WEDNESDAYS through (10/28), 12-4pm –
WEDNESDAYS through (11/25), 2-6pm –
WEDNESDAYS (5/6) through (11/25), 2-6pm –
WEDNESDAYS through (10/28), 2-5pm –
WEDNESDAYS through (10/28), 2:30-6:30pm –
$2 off growler fills
WEDNESDAYS, 3-5:30pm – All boys and girls ages 10-14 welcome. Free.
MONDAYS through THURSDAYS, 3-4:30pm – PERKS Knee Class, preoperative preparation. Held on orthopedic unit. Free.
WE (5/27), 3:45pm – The Hunting Ground, sexual assault documentary. Free.
Food truck: Root Down (comfort food, Cajun)
$2 off growler fills
Little Hump Day: $3.00 pints of Little Hump seasonal
Food truck: The Real Food Truck
$3.50 all pints at Coxe location; “Whedon Wednesday’s” at Merrimon location; Wet Nose Wednesday (special treats for dogs) at Coxe location, 5-8pm
Taps & Tapas: Smashbox Mobile Kitchen small plates (strawberry bruschetta, dip de frijoles, shrimp ceviche, chicken & waffles, BBQ-mole pork), 5pm
Live music: Woody Wood (acoustic rock), 5:30pm
WE (5/27), 5:30-7pm – “Budgeting 101,” workshop.
WE (5/27), 5:30pm – “Medical Ethics with an Emphasis on End of Life Issues,” presentation. Free to attend.
Community bike ride led by The Bike Farm, leaves brewery 6pm; Beer run w/ Wild Bill, group run leaves brewery 6pm
WEDNESDAYS, 6-9pm – Weekly ongoing fantasy campaign with the new edition. Free.
Live music: Dennis Berndt, 6pm; Food truck: Latino Heat
WEDNESDAYS, 7-8pm & SATURDAYS, 11am –
WEDNESDAYS, 7pm & SATURDAYS, 4pm – Held at 1316-C Parkwood Road.
WEDNESDAYS, 7-8pm – Adult support group, ages 18+. Held in the Sherill Center at UNCA.
WEDNESDAYS, 7-9pm – Free to attend.
WE (5/27), 7pm – Dough. $8.50.
WE (5/27), 7pm – Seminar on email privacy and how you can preserve it. Free.
WE (5/27), 7:30pm – Storytelling Open Mic on the theme “First Times.” Free to attend.
WEDNESDAYS through FRIDAYS until (5/31), 8pm – Always … Patsy Cline, musical. $15-$40.
Live music: Billy Litz, 8pm