BRYSON CITY — Wacky boating contests, live music and a special class V whitewater release on the Upper Nantahala Cascades is going down on the Nantahala River this weekend, April 24-25.
ASHEVILLE — Peruse the offerings of more than a dozen WNC camps at a summer camp expo from noon-4 p.m. Saturday, April 24, at the Asheville Outlets.
MAGGIE VALLEY — The Southeastern Mini Truckin’ Nationals will roar into the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds for a three-day festival April 23-25.
WAYNESVILLE — Experience the life and music of Cole Porter from the unconventional lens of his wife’s perspective in the play Love, Linda, opening April 22 at Haywood Arts Regional Theatre in Waynesville.
FINES CREEK — It’s ramp season, and that means ramp dinners, with the first one of the year coming up this Saturday, April 24, at the Fines Creek Community Center at 4 p.m Saturday, April 24.
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 — Comedian, actor and author Josh Wolf will put on a double-header show at 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. Saturday, April 24, at The Orange Peel.
WAYNESVILLE — The inaugural Tot Trot 5K will be held Saturday morning, April 24, along the greenway and track at the Waynesville Rec Park.
ASHEVILLE — Yoga sessions at The Asheville Art Museum are held one Saturday morning a month, with the next one coming up Saturday, April 17.
FRANKLIN — A delightful production of “The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” will grace the stage of Smoky Center for the Performing Arts, running April 15-17 and 22-24.
WAYNESVILLE — The curtain went up with a return of live theater at Haywood Arts Regional Theater: a production of Say Goodnight, Gracie opened Thursday, April 8, and runs for two weekends.
ASHEVILLE — Spring flowers aren’t the only new sights popping up around The North Carolina Arboretum. Wild Art, a sculpture showcase, features works by 17 local and national artists throughout the gardens and grounds.