WAYNESVILLE — Dogs of all breeds are polishing their tricks for the Blue Ridge Agility Club dog trials running April 23-25 at the Smoky Mountain Event Center.
ASHEVILLE — The Spring Herb Festival will bring together more than 60 farmers and herbal product specialists from WNC and the surrounding region on May 1-2 at the WNC Ag Center, now in its 31st year.
MAGGIE VALLEY — The Southeastern Mini Truckin’ Nationals will roar into the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds for a three-day festival April 23-25.
HENDERSONVILLE — The wineries and cideries of Henderson County are coming together for the four-day Cider, Wine & Dine Weekend April 15-18, featuring tastings, tours, live music, special releases and more.
WAYNESVILLE — The Blue Ridge Artists and Crafters have spent the winter whipping up handmade wares in preparation for their first craft show of the year on Saturday, April 17, at the Smoky Mountain Event Center.
ASHEVILLE — Catch the best-of-the-best in the cheer world during the two-day Mountain Cheer and Dance Nationals April 17-18 at the Harrah’s Cherokee Center Asheville, a.k.a. the Asheville Civic Center.
ASHEVILLE — Immerse yourself in the eclectic art scene of Asheville’s River Arts District with a gallery stroll Saturday, April 10, featuring artist demonstrations, workshops, live music, wine tastings and delicious food.
BLACK MOUNTAIN — Black Mountain will be joining its sister city across the ocean in Scotland to celebrate National Tartan Day on Tuesday, April 6.
WAYNESVILLE — Witness the Easter story during a free drive-thru event of nine live scenes from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 2 and 3 at Long’s Chapel United Methodist Church in Waynesville.
ASHEVILLE — The Biltmore Estate has re-envisioned its iconic Easter Egg hunt this year as a photographic scavenger hunt running April 1-4.
CANTON — The town of Canton will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 3, at the Canton Recreation Park. Masks will be mandatory even though it’s outdoors.
ASHEVILLE — Biltmore Blooms – a time when Biltmore celebrates the return of warm weather and its historic gardens and grounds – is in full swing.
Our VOICE, Buncombe County’s rape crisis and prevention center, will host bestselling author Chanel Miller on March 11, as keynote for Break the Silence Speaker Series, the agencies largest fundraising event of the year.
Join Ginger's Revenge for a four day Anniversary Celebration, with each day of the four day event focusing on a different flagship beer. The brewery is located at 829 Riverside Drive in Asheville.
Tango in Buenos Aires, private al fresco wine dinners in Mendoza, the breathtaking scenery of Patagonia, and sampling Argentine flavors with a native chef all along the way—this is the experience on offer this fall from Ricardo Fernandez Battini, an Argentina-born chef and Western North Caro…
Its time for Haywood Waterways' 9th Annual Plunge Benefit-t-t-ting Kids in the Creek and Environmental Education. There are two options to accommodate COVID-19: Take the Plunge or Take the Plunge Challenge.
AARP NC Mountain Region, which successfully hosted webinars focused on racial equity and understanding last summer, will continue its social justice efforts in celebration of Black History Month by staging several free virtual events featuring African American historian, writer and artist An…
The 2021 Winter Buzz Breakfast series, hosted by Leadership Asheville and the Asheville Area Arts Council, focuses on Equity in Creative Placemaking. This approach uses arts strategies to involve those that live, work, and play in a community a role in the urban design process.
Asheville Art Museum presents a new exhibit Connecting Legacies: A First Look at the Dreier Black Mountain College Archive open through May 17 in the The Van Winkle Law Firm Gallery.
Elevated Mountain Distilling will host Tricia Ann & the Wolfpack for their first ever performance on Valentine's Day weekend, Feb. 13 from 7-10 p.m.
FLETCHER — The Annual Frostbite Races presented by Hunter Subaru and the Lelia Patterson Center is set for the afternoon on Sunday, Feb. 21. Celebrating 29 years of memories at the annual Frostbite, which is the oldest foot race in Henderson County.
Two lectures – one offering a new view of mummification in ancient Egypt on Feb. 3, and the second describing a newly discovered winery in ancient Israel on March 3, will be offered online by UNC Asheville and the WNC chapter of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA).
On Friday, Jan. 22, Asheville Art Museum will unveil Across the Atlantic: American Impressionism Through the French Lens, an exhibit that displays the relationship between French Impressionism of the 1870s and 1880s and the American interpretation of the style in the decades that followed.
Mars Hill University’s Weizenblatt Gallery’s first exhibit of the spring 2021 semester will feature works by Asheville artist Cyrus Glance. The exhibition runs from Tuesday, Feb. 2-25.
The Southern Highland Craft Guild opens its first exhibition of the 2021 year with Thermal Belt: Artists of the Foothills, presented by Tryon Arts & Crafts School in the Folk Art Center’s Main Gallery.
Like all touring musicians, Frank and Allie Lee have spent much of the last year adjusting. They've gone virtual with many creative approaches to content and community building.
Join Washington, D.C.-based, African-American a cappella ensemble, Sweet Honey in the Rock®, as they mark this year's Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a celebration of hope, resilience, and new beginnings. The ensemble will once again take the stage at the historic Lincoln Theatre, where they…
Baseball has officially been part of Asheville since 1915, unofficially longer than that. During that time period, the Asheville Tourists have been the icon of that love affair.
The Downtown Waynesville Association is hosting its annual Christmas tree lighting celebration this Friday The Oak Park Inn at, 196 S. Main St. in Waynesville.
2020 has been unique, to say the least. However, a holiday tradition for many mountain families returns Lake Julian Park in December. Festival of Lights continues with all its illuminated magic and more, as the annual event now finds itself on a mission.
Immediate Theatre Project closed, along with theatres worldwide, in March. But this December, the company reunites with NC Stage to present a newly re-worked version of their holiday stalwart It’s A Wonderful Life live for a three-week run via Zoom.
The Asheville Chamber Music Series (ACMS) will present The Calidore String Quartet in virtual concerts aired Friday, November 20 at 7:30 PM, Saturday, November 21 at 7:30 PM, and Sunday, November 22 at 3 PM. All the programs can be viewed on the ACMS website and YouTube.