Hendersonville’s garden-like Main Street displays an outstanding variety of trees and shrubs, creating, in essence, a linear park.
Renowned authors Rick Bass, Marjorie Hudson and Ron Rash will give public presentations on May 20th at The Porter Center for Performing Arts and May 21st in the Rogow Room at the Transylvania County Library.
From the so-called Calutron Girls who ran the cyclotron at Oak Ridge during the Manhattan Project to Hungarian biophysicist Maria Telkes, women have played an important role in energy innovation in the United States and around the world.
Etowah Elementary students recently learned that the fun cloud forms they described as “animal clouds” actually indicated “happy” weather, and they could look forward to playing outside at recess.
The Moose Café Hendersonville is proud to announce that they are under new local ownership. Hendersonville resident Jim Laub took ownership from the Walker family who felt the restaurant needed a “full-time local owner who could oversee day to day operations.”
Spring marks the end of a long, brutal winter for much of the United States. With the start of a new season comes a fresh opportunity to find ways to save energy and money.
Flat Rock Playhouse Studio 52 recently announced a partnership with St. Gerard House, a local non-profit organization offering evidence-based treatment for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other behavioral needs.
Recently returned from her 9-month stay in Senegal, West Africa, graduate of East Henderson High School Maria Morava has been invited by Hendersonville Sister Cities to share her “gap year” experience at the Henderson County Public Library on May 11th at 6:00 pm.
Learn how to create your own tussie mussie, inspired by fashions and the language of flowers during Queen Victoria’s reign (1837-1901). During this era, flowers were considered a more modest adornment than jewelry for a young woman.
Want to see what all the mud is about at the Mad Mountain Mud Run? If you are curious about a mud run or just want to enjoy the muddy entertainment, attend the free Finish Line Festival on June 4th.
In our region we have a longer growing season than most other parts of the country. Farmers at area tailgate markets are still employing season extension practices to provide some of our favorite fruits and veggies for as long as possible.