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Asheville has received accolades for just about everything from food and festivals to the health and eco-conscious community. It is arguably best known for being one of the top outdoor cities in the Southeast. Thousands of trail miles crisscross the surrounding mountains, and a vast network …

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    Nationals will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, April 27 and Sunday, April 28, at the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds, 3374 Soco Road, Maggie Valley, The event is an open car show, and spectators are welcome. There will be undreds of mini trucks competing, complete with auto and food vendors. Call Aces Wild Rides at 865-300-1942 or email @ minitruckinnats@gmail.com.

      On the evenings of Friday Oct. 23 and Saturday, Oct. 24, the Swannanoa Valley Museum and History Center will be hosting the Haunted Valley Rally- a driving tour of the haunted history of the Swannanoa Valley.

        The Turning of the Maples has long-been an annual fall tradition at UNC Asheville, but this year it’s on the move and coming to you, for a celebration wherever you are. UNC Asheville has announced the inaugural Turning of the Maples Virtual 5K.

          Daph Events is excited to announce that the Turkey Trot will take place this year as a live, in-person 5K running event. The event will take place in Fletcher Park on the morning of Thanksgiving Day. This is the only in-person, chip-timed, Turkey Trot 5k running event taking place in the Ash…

            Due to the popularity of the brand new Pop up 5K Series, which was created and produced for the first time this summer, iDaph Events is continuing the events with a new Fall Pop up 5k Series through October.

            According to legend, the two-inch long, bristly-haired wooly bear caterpillar has the reputation for being able to forecast the coming winter weather.

              Plants will take center stage at the Flat Rock Playhouse when The Playhouse Gardeners hold their annual fall plant sale on Sept. 18-19. As the stunning garden beds surrounding The Playhouse mature, gardening volunteers divide and prepare their favorite plants for sale to the public.