Dasha Morgan

An Exhibit of The Legacy of Weaving at Black Mountain College

The exhibition, Weaving at Black Mountain College: Anni Albers, Trude Guermonprez, and Their Students, just opened in downtown Asheville at the BMC Museum on College Street. It celebrates the 90th anniversary of the Black Mountain College which had its campus in the 1930's, '40's and early '50's near Lake Eden.

Black Mountain Home for Children Celebrates Centennial with Fall Festival

Saturday, October 14, Black Mountain Home for Children and Youth will be celebrating their Fall Festival with a concert by renowned Christian artists Shane and Shane, and celebrity guests Willie and Korie Robertson from Duck Dynasty.

Bountiful Harvest: Celebrating Henderson County’s Apple Legacy & Honoring its Growers

Apples are one of the most important agricultural crops grown in Henderson County, with 91 active growers producing an estimated million bushels annually. Eighty percent (80%) of this state’s apple supply are from Henderson County with an average income of $30 million. North Carolina is considered the 7th largest producer of apples in the United […]

Monarch Butterflies Migrate Through Western North Carolina

Butterfly migration is an astounding event to behold; the peak of the migration in our area is usually late September/early October.

Carl Sandburg National Historic Site Celebrates Literacy Month

Many changes have been taking place at Connemara,Sandburg's Flat Rock Home for the past year, but for September Literacy Month is being celebrated by encouraging children to read to their beloved goats.

Upcoming Season Announced by Brevard Philharmonic

Maestro James Fellenbaum recently announced the season's programs for the Brevard Philharmonic. A number of subscription concert packages are being offered—with 4 tickets, 5 tickets or 6 tickets with attractive discounts.

Leadership Asheville Forum Learns about the State of the City

Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer spoke to members of the Leadership Asheville Forum at a luncheon of the State of the City at the Country Club of Asheville. Unfortunately County Chair Brownie Newman who had been scheduled to speak was unable to attend due to a medical emergency.

Designers in Cashiers Create Mountain Dream House

The Cashiers Historical Society raises funds for their 501-C3 organization with a decorator showhouse. Designers from all over the South showcase their talents by decorating a space in this home from August 25 - September 3rd.

Gearing up for Apple Festival in Hendersonville

The 77th King Apple Festival will again take place over Labor Day weekend with many exciting activities planned.

Meteor Showers Ahead this Weekend as Prelude to PARI Book Presentation

Author Craig Gralley will share the history of the Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute which has served NASA, the Department of Defense, and is now a non-profit education group for 60 years near Rosman in a presentation of his latest book on August 19th.