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Halloween festivities have come and gone. Now, we await the magic of enjoying the holidays with our friends and families for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Asheville (and many parts throughout Western North Carolina) continue to enjoy a healthy dose of tourism and locally-minded events. During these tumultuous times, let us take a moment to be gracious for our communities as we embark on some shaky economic times. Stay warm, stay close, and support local. We got this.

❤️ Katrina Morgan, Editor

In This Issue

The Brevard Philharmonic plays the National Anthem at the Porter Center. Photo Courtesy of Kaelee Denise Photography, Brevard and the Brevard Philharmonic Orchestra.

Upcoming Events

WWII, Korean, and Vietnam veterans being honored in front of the Lincoln Memorial.

  • Diana Wortham Theatre, Asheville, Soweto Gospel Choir: “Hope – It’s Been A Long Time Coming” November 16, 2022 at 7 p.m.
  • UNC Asheville’s English Department in partnership with the Global Studies Center will be hosting a Reading with Doreen Baingana on November 3rd 7:00pm to 8:00pm ?
  • Enjoy a thanksgiving weekend at the Tryon Resort between November 24-27th 10:00am to 4pm. Ice skating, thanksgiving buffet, Christmas market, and drive through light show
  • Mast Store to Host Flag Retirement Ceremony November 12th in Hendersonville, NC at 10:30 am ??
  • Tryon Beer Festival ? November 5th from 12:00pm to 6:00pm Historic Tryon Depot22 Depot Street, Tryon, NC 28782
  • Kolo Bike Park instructors for our Fall Saturday Shred Sessions! - $75/session on November 5th from 10:00am to 4:00pm ??‍♀️
  • This family offers a large selection of apples, other fruits, veggies, corn maze and more at The Apple House - 3807 Chimney Rock Road Hendersonville, NC 28792. They are now open until December ?

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