Author Bruce E. Johnson’s new book tells the story of two women who make a lasting impact on the lives of young people in Western North Carolina.
The Grovewood Gallery marks 30 years with a two-day celebration. Plus, a local teacher releases his debut novel, the Black Mountain Center for the Arts presents an exhibit focused on climate change and the Magnetic Theatre’s Mainstage season gets underway.
Historic Grovewood Village, located on property adjacent to the Omni Grove Park Inn, celebrated the centennial of Biltmore Industries with a full day of tours, lectures and a cake cutting on June 17.
The dye house, located in historic Grovewood Village, next door to the Grove Wood Gallery, has sat empty since 1980. The building, part of Biltmore Industries, houses the original looms, carding machines and mule spinners used to make the famed homespun fabric that was worn by the likes of Presidents Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt, and first ladies Eleanor Roosevelt and Grace Coolidge