The historic Grove House Entertainment Complex at 11 Grove St. off Patton Avenue in downtown Asheville has been sold to Ohio-based real estate investors global X for $2.9 million.
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All are welcome to dance their way into 2016 in an imaginative getup (optional). The kickoff event is at The Grove House Wednesday, Jan. 6, at 7 p.m.
Halloween only falls on a Saturday every six years, so that’s one more reason to go all out this year. When planning your costume, steer clear anything too heavy, tight or restrictive because the offerings in and around Western North Carolina promise plenty of dancing.
Saturday’s Masquerade Ball at Eleven on Grove benefits Asheville’s Urban Arts Institute.
Eat lots (it’s for a good cause) on Thursday, April 29. Then head to The Grove House to celebrate the success of WNCAP’s annual fundraiser.