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Asheville, get ready for a sizzling heat wave heading your way! With temperatures on the rise, it’s time to stay cool and hydrated. Remember to seek shade, drink plenty of water, and stay mindful of heat-related risks. Whether you’re hitting the trails or simply enjoying the vibrant city life, take precautions to beat the heat and stay safe. Embrace the warmth of summer and find refreshing ways to stay comfortable during this toasty period. Stay cool, Asheville!

❤️ Katrina Morgan, Editor

In This Issue

Photo by John Highsmith.

  • Cast & Crew of Gods of Comedy Are Comedy Gods!

    In HART's uproarious production of The Gods of Comedy, director Erin McCarson and a stellar cast explore a spectrum of humor, blending sharp wit, wild slapstick, and poignant insights in a riotous farce that delivers a message of hope and joy amidst chaos and change.

  • Duck Conservation Important To Hunters

    Now, a new group has popped up to help the duck population. The Duck Box Project, which can be found on Facebook, has started providing duck boxes to landowners.

  • ElectriFair: A Blast of Fresh Air

    The first ever ElectriFair at A-B Tech was a blast. It was a great opportunity to work with new friends who love green technology, want to make a difference, and know how to get things done.

  • West Tennis is a Gallant Galactic Gallian Battalion

    The Falcon boys’ tennis team won three rounds this spring to help fuel West Henderson’s encore to one of its greatest all-around athletic seasons ever.

Upcoming Events

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  • Experience Asheville Art in the Park at Pack Square Park on June 8th, 15th, and 22nd, 2024. Discover unique handcrafted art by local artists, from ceramics to jewelry, in the heart of downtown Asheville. Engage with the thriving arts community and take home one-of-a-kind pieces while enjoying the artistic atmosphere. Admission is free, so don’t miss this opportunity to support local artists and immerse yourself in Asheville’s creative spirit.
  • Explore the enchanting Bullington Gardens Fairy Trail in Hendersonville, NC, open during the summer season from Mondays to Saturdays, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm until August 31, 2024. Wander through whimsical vignettes and villages created by dedicated volunteers, immersing yourself in the magical world of fairies. Leashed pets are welcome, and the trail is free to visit, with donations appreciated to support this nonprofit organization. Don’t miss the chance to experience this charming trail and discover the other beautiful gardens at Bullington Gardens. Plan your visit and let the fairies enchant you with their woodland magic!
  • Experience the vibrant community spirit at Weaverville’s sixth Music on Main festival on June 15th, 2024, featuring three bands, local food, and activities for all ages. Enjoy the diverse sounds of Ben Balmer, Asheville Second Line, and Queen Bee and the Honeylovers in an open-air setting on South Main Street. Bring your chairs and appetite for a night of music, fun, and camaraderie at this free and family-friendly event that promises an unforgettable evening under the stars.

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