Little by little the stores and restaurants in Biltmore Village have found ways to comply with government regulations, keep safe from the COVID19 virus, and yet open up to customers.
The Rotary Club of Asheville and Asheville Rotaract joined forces during a volunteer workday in late July to refurbish one of the many Nature Playspaces at the WNC Nature Center at 75 Gashes Creek Road in Asheville.
A larger than life series of unique nature sculptures, built out of Lego® brick blocks, has now opened at the North Carolina Arboretum.
The university system of UNC has set its academic calendar. Much to the joy of many, students will be allowed to have in-person classes this fall at campuses throughout the state.
Hendersonville’s wine region recently received federal designation as the Crest of the Blue Ridge American Viticultural Area, or AVA. Only regions with distinctive soil, climate and elevation — such as Napa Valley and Sonoma — earn this designation.
Hendersonville refuses to let their highly successful 4th of July celebration totally fizzle due to COVID19.
With all the uncertainty surrounding this COVID 19 pandemic, the Henderson County Arts Council continues to make plans and support artists.
Parks in Asheville and Hendersonville are open, including dog parks, outdoor courts, fields, boat accesses and fishing ponds.
The Preservation Society of Asheville and Buncombe County announced their annual Griffin Awards virtually.