Mills River Presbyterian Church will host the ninth annual Puzzlefest, Jan. 21-27, and invites the public to come and tackle the challenge of a 9,000-piece jigsaw puzzle.
A guided winter tree walk along Third and Fourth Avenues in Hendersonville’s West Side Historic District neighborhood will highlight two registered Heritage Trees and a variety of large, shapely trees that complement the historic homes.
Dual Narratives by Mark Flowers opens this weekend at the Spiers Gallery located within the Sims Art Center at Brevard College. The show opens with a reception starting at 5:30 pm and will run through Feb. 16th.
Whether you hunt, fish or simply watch wildlife, you can help conserve North Carolina’s nongame and rare wildlife species, as well as their habitats, by making a donation on line no. 30 of your North Carolina income tax form.
What happens if your toaster goes out on one side? Or your vacuum cleaner just doesn’t work like it once did?
The Brevard cyclocross team recently placed third in the overall Varsity Team Omnium at the USA Cycling National Championships.
Winter, with its cold weather and long nights, is not always considered the ideal time for family activities. You might even be tempted to huddle up inside and wait for spring to come.
Unusually cold temperatures with widespread illness are affecting donor turnout and blood donations.
The Progressive Women of Hendersonville (PWH) started after Abby Robertson organized transportation for five busloads of women in WNC to travel to Washington, DC, to march in the Women’s March.
To fight hunger in Henderson County, local pianist Christopher Tavernier and flutist Matthew Hanna will perform French classical music at Flat Rock Playhouse on Feb. 3rd.
On Sunday, Feb. 4th, the Friends of Music at St. John in the Wilderness in Flat Rock will present a concert of music from Mozart to My Fair Lady.