It might be May, but Flat Rock Playhouse says it’s time to pull out the tinsel, hang the mistletoe, and head South for the holidays!
When we think of great art, we think of that which stands the test of time. But not all creative efforts strive for permanence.
Hendersonville Elementary has been designated a “STEM School of Distinction,” making it the second school in Western North Carolina – and the first elementary school in the region – to be named a “STEM School of Distinction.”
That is the question folks in Henderson County are asking after the announcement of the inaugural Carl Sandburg Heritage Golf Tournament, to be played on October 16th, 2017.
There are a handful of events that happen in a person’s life that they are unlikely to forget. Graduation is one such event.
Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start to summer, and many Americans will celebrate the season with cookouts, camping, road trips and other activities that involve food.
Folk musicians from across the region will converge at Connemara for a day of toe-tapping fun and music on Memorial Day.
“It’s not everyday you meet a dog who wants to read with you,” said Joseph Justice, a fifth grader with an unconventional reading companion.
More than two million people are expected to fly daily during the Memorial Day travel period and the Transportation Security Administration reminds travelers to prepare and plan ahead.
The summer season gets into full swing with the return of the popular Music on Main Street Concert Series. Thousands of people flock to the Visitor Center to hear some the region’s finest bands.
Fiber craft enthusiasts can go straight to the source to buy fleeces and processed fibers from the region’s local sheep, goat and alpaca farmers at Local Cloth’s Fiber Feel Day 2017 on Saturday, June 3rd.