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.
Progressives are far more likely than conservatives to prefer walkable, high-density communities over auto-dependent, detached-dwelling neighborhoods says John Hood.
The Weaverville Town Council voted to pass a $7.24 million budget for 2020-2021 with a property tax rate of 38 cents per $100 of evaluation.
Community gardens are known to improve gardener health and nutrition, to engage children in the natural world, to increase self-sufficiency and strengthen neighborhoods. The Big Ivy Unity Garden, in its first year, even in a pandemic, may have begun delivering those benefits.
On August 1st of this year the National Roper’s Supply (NRS), provider of western wear and horse tack, inducted its third ever NRS livestock “Show Team.” Shelby Candler was one of its members.
Due to the popularity of the Asheville Triathlon in July, iDaph Events is proud to announce that registration is now open for the Hendersonville Triathlon, which takes place Sunday, September 20, 2020! Same location, same course — new name!
The Buncombe County Commissioners, along party lines, voted 4-3 in favor of the joint resolution with Asheville City Council to remove statues honoring heroes of the Confederacy on city/county-owned land.
Asheville Gallery of Art’s September show, “Natural Beauty,” features Elinor Bowman, known for her watercolor figures, and Olga Michelson, known for soft, ethereal landscapes. The show runs September 1st - 30th during gallery hours, 12-5 pm, Fridays and Saturdays.
Hendersonville refuses to let their highly successful 4th of July celebration totally fizzle due to COVID19.
WNC Sports Awards have announced local winners for 2019-20.