Live performances of Sandburg's short stories will be performed by the Flat Rock Vagabonds School of the Drama at Connemara, the Sandburg Estate in Flat Rock.
Gallabrae, Greenville’s Scottish Highland Games happened Memorial Day weekend, honoring our military, vets, and Scottish and Scots Irish heritage.
The campus of the Brevard Music Center will, once again, come alive with music. The students can again study with a distinguished faculty for the summer. There is an exceptional line-up of symphony, opera, chamber, pops, jazz, country and bluegrass concerts from which to choose.
Christopher Tavernier will play piano in a classical concert duo then in a jazz quartet, in a double performance people can hear and see streamed live for free on Sunday, July 26.
The Blue Ridge Community College is able to host their free monthly summer music concert on its campus—by the lake as they have in the past. The first concert will be on July 26th, from 5 pm to 7 pm, which is a little later than usual due to the pandemic. The outdoor lake setting, of course, allows for social distancing, and attendants need to bring blankets, a picnic, and chairs to
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.
Asheville Gallery of Art’s July show, “Infinite Possibilities,” is a multi-member show highlighting the insights artists gained during the increased time in their home studios during the COVID-19 pandemic. The show runs July 1-31 during gallery hours.
The Preservation Society of Asheville and Buncombe County announced their annual Griffin Awards virtually.