Event Cancellations Due to Coronavirus

Several upcoming events have been canceled or postponed due to concerns about the new coronavirus (COVID-19). Events listed on this page may be outdated, so please visit the event website or contact the event organizer for the latest information.
Event organizers can contact us to update their event’s information.

Looking for things to do in Hendersonville, NC? Whether you’re a local or just passing through we’ve got loads of great tips and events to help you find your perfect adventure.

Sunday, September 27, 2020
$40 million Small Business Relief Program NC Dept. of Commerce
Sep 27 all-day
Online
Tuesday, September 22nd Governor Roy Cooper announced that some NC small businesses experiencing disruptions to their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible and benefit from a $40 million relief program to help offset fixed costs like rent, mortgage interests, and utility bills.
The NC Mortgage, Utility, and Rent Relief (MURR) is administered by the NC Department of Commerce and can provide up to $20,000 in relief funds per qualifying business location. Business applicants from certain industry sectors that have not been able to operate during COVID-19 may apply for up to two of their businesses.
Applicants can apply for up to four months of mortgage interest or rent expenses, and utility expenses. The help offers relief for some of the fixed costs a business cannot easily control on its own. Applications to the program should open next week and will be addressed on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must certify that they were closed during the period of April 1 to July 31, 2020; they expect to be able to operate after the COVID crisis has passed; and they have not been reimbursed by any other federal source for the expenses they seek to reimburse through this program.
Eligible applicants include:
  • Amusement Parks
  • Banquet Halls (with catering staff)
  • Bars, taverns, night clubs, cocktail lounges
  • Bingo parlors
  • Bowling alleys/centers
  • Dance halls
  • Indoor fitness and recreation centers
  • Motion picture/movie theaters (except drive-ins)
  • Museums
Center For Craft Artist Grants
Sep 27 all-day
Online

Craft Futures Fund

The Craft Futures Fund will support craft communities throughout the United States and their creative responses to COVID-19. These one-time, unrestricted grants of $5,000 will be disbursed to craft-based education projects that seed resilience, foster community, and amplify impact.

How local businesses are adjusting to the COVID-19 crisis: Sonora Mexicana
Sep 27 all-day
Online

#digAVL Video Series #26: Ted from Sonora Cocina Mexicana

I don’t know about you but some fresh elote, chile rellenos, and a fresh-squeezed margarita sound like just what we need to finish out the week! Sonora Cocina Mexicana, located in the heart of Downtown has all of the above and more. Owner Ted Burkhead fills us in on all of the ins and outs of what Sonora has been up to during COVID, how they’re functioning now, and all of the delicious food you’ve been missing.

While we’ve all had to adjust to the “new normal” (whatever that is), our local business owners and managers each have their own story to tell about how they’ve been affected and what they are doing during these unprecedented times. Dig Local is proud to partner with our friend, Ann Smith, at Leap Frog Tours to interview some of the awesome folks who make Asheville, Asheville.

Monday, September 28, 2020
$40 million Small Business Relief Program NC Dept. of Commerce
Sep 28 all-day
Online
Tuesday, September 22nd Governor Roy Cooper announced that some NC small businesses experiencing disruptions to their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible and benefit from a $40 million relief program to help offset fixed costs like rent, mortgage interests, and utility bills.
The NC Mortgage, Utility, and Rent Relief (MURR) is administered by the NC Department of Commerce and can provide up to $20,000 in relief funds per qualifying business location. Business applicants from certain industry sectors that have not been able to operate during COVID-19 may apply for up to two of their businesses.
Applicants can apply for up to four months of mortgage interest or rent expenses, and utility expenses. The help offers relief for some of the fixed costs a business cannot easily control on its own. Applications to the program should open next week and will be addressed on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must certify that they were closed during the period of April 1 to July 31, 2020; they expect to be able to operate after the COVID crisis has passed; and they have not been reimbursed by any other federal source for the expenses they seek to reimburse through this program.
Eligible applicants include:
  • Amusement Parks
  • Banquet Halls (with catering staff)
  • Bars, taverns, night clubs, cocktail lounges
  • Bingo parlors
  • Bowling alleys/centers
  • Dance halls
  • Indoor fitness and recreation centers
  • Motion picture/movie theaters (except drive-ins)
  • Museums
How local businesses are adjusting to the COVID-19 crisis: Sonora Mexicana
Sep 28 all-day
Online

#digAVL Video Series #26: Ted from Sonora Cocina Mexicana

I don’t know about you but some fresh elote, chile rellenos, and a fresh-squeezed margarita sound like just what we need to finish out the week! Sonora Cocina Mexicana, located in the heart of Downtown has all of the above and more. Owner Ted Burkhead fills us in on all of the ins and outs of what Sonora has been up to during COVID, how they’re functioning now, and all of the delicious food you’ve been missing.

While we’ve all had to adjust to the “new normal” (whatever that is), our local business owners and managers each have their own story to tell about how they’ve been affected and what they are doing during these unprecedented times. Dig Local is proud to partner with our friend, Ann Smith, at Leap Frog Tours to interview some of the awesome folks who make Asheville, Asheville.

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
$40 million Small Business Relief Program NC Dept. of Commerce
Sep 29 all-day
Online
Tuesday, September 22nd Governor Roy Cooper announced that some NC small businesses experiencing disruptions to their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible and benefit from a $40 million relief program to help offset fixed costs like rent, mortgage interests, and utility bills.
The NC Mortgage, Utility, and Rent Relief (MURR) is administered by the NC Department of Commerce and can provide up to $20,000 in relief funds per qualifying business location. Business applicants from certain industry sectors that have not been able to operate during COVID-19 may apply for up to two of their businesses.
Applicants can apply for up to four months of mortgage interest or rent expenses, and utility expenses. The help offers relief for some of the fixed costs a business cannot easily control on its own. Applications to the program should open next week and will be addressed on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must certify that they were closed during the period of April 1 to July 31, 2020; they expect to be able to operate after the COVID crisis has passed; and they have not been reimbursed by any other federal source for the expenses they seek to reimburse through this program.
Eligible applicants include:
  • Amusement Parks
  • Banquet Halls (with catering staff)
  • Bars, taverns, night clubs, cocktail lounges
  • Bingo parlors
  • Bowling alleys/centers
  • Dance halls
  • Indoor fitness and recreation centers
  • Motion picture/movie theaters (except drive-ins)
  • Museums
How local businesses are adjusting to the COVID-19 crisis: Sonora Mexicana
Sep 29 all-day
Online

#digAVL Video Series #26: Ted from Sonora Cocina Mexicana

I don’t know about you but some fresh elote, chile rellenos, and a fresh-squeezed margarita sound like just what we need to finish out the week! Sonora Cocina Mexicana, located in the heart of Downtown has all of the above and more. Owner Ted Burkhead fills us in on all of the ins and outs of what Sonora has been up to during COVID, how they’re functioning now, and all of the delicious food you’ve been missing.

While we’ve all had to adjust to the “new normal” (whatever that is), our local business owners and managers each have their own story to tell about how they’ve been affected and what they are doing during these unprecedented times. Dig Local is proud to partner with our friend, Ann Smith, at Leap Frog Tours to interview some of the awesome folks who make Asheville, Asheville.

GROW Mills River
Sep 29 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
zoom
Gather ● Relate ● Organize ● Work – Join us to stay updated on business in Mills River. With updates from the Town of Mills River and networking with neighboring businesses. The September update will feature information from Dr. Benjamin Adams-Doolittle and Dr. Kyle Judkins with Pardee Family and Sports Medicine Mills River on preparing the workplace for the flu season.
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
$40 million Small Business Relief Program NC Dept. of Commerce
Sep 30 all-day
Online
Tuesday, September 22nd Governor Roy Cooper announced that some NC small businesses experiencing disruptions to their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible and benefit from a $40 million relief program to help offset fixed costs like rent, mortgage interests, and utility bills.
The NC Mortgage, Utility, and Rent Relief (MURR) is administered by the NC Department of Commerce and can provide up to $20,000 in relief funds per qualifying business location. Business applicants from certain industry sectors that have not been able to operate during COVID-19 may apply for up to two of their businesses.
Applicants can apply for up to four months of mortgage interest or rent expenses, and utility expenses. The help offers relief for some of the fixed costs a business cannot easily control on its own. Applications to the program should open next week and will be addressed on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must certify that they were closed during the period of April 1 to July 31, 2020; they expect to be able to operate after the COVID crisis has passed; and they have not been reimbursed by any other federal source for the expenses they seek to reimburse through this program.
Eligible applicants include:
  • Amusement Parks
  • Banquet Halls (with catering staff)
  • Bars, taverns, night clubs, cocktail lounges
  • Bingo parlors
  • Bowling alleys/centers
  • Dance halls
  • Indoor fitness and recreation centers
  • Motion picture/movie theaters (except drive-ins)
  • Museums
How local businesses are adjusting to the COVID-19 crisis: Sonora Mexicana
Sep 30 all-day
Online

#digAVL Video Series #26: Ted from Sonora Cocina Mexicana

I don’t know about you but some fresh elote, chile rellenos, and a fresh-squeezed margarita sound like just what we need to finish out the week! Sonora Cocina Mexicana, located in the heart of Downtown has all of the above and more. Owner Ted Burkhead fills us in on all of the ins and outs of what Sonora has been up to during COVID, how they’re functioning now, and all of the delicious food you’ve been missing.

While we’ve all had to adjust to the “new normal” (whatever that is), our local business owners and managers each have their own story to tell about how they’ve been affected and what they are doing during these unprecedented times. Dig Local is proud to partner with our friend, Ann Smith, at Leap Frog Tours to interview some of the awesome folks who make Asheville, Asheville.

Balance, Boundaries and Burnout in Your Business
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Online

No cost due to sponsor support

Are you having trouble balancing all your responsibilities and feeling overwhelmed in your business? This session will help you discover some of the reasons why. Learn how to put joy back into your work. Recognize early signs of stress and burnout and address them quickly. Leave with new strategies for self-care, a plan for a healthier lifestyle and tips to help you decrease stress.


Speaker(s): TenBiz

Co-Sponsor(s): Henderson County Chamber of Commerce, Brevard/Transylvania Chamber of Commerce

Webinar info will be emailed after registration

Thursday, October 1, 2020
$40 million Small Business Relief Program NC Dept. of Commerce
Oct 1 all-day
Online
Tuesday, September 22nd Governor Roy Cooper announced that some NC small businesses experiencing disruptions to their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible and benefit from a $40 million relief program to help offset fixed costs like rent, mortgage interests, and utility bills.
The NC Mortgage, Utility, and Rent Relief (MURR) is administered by the NC Department of Commerce and can provide up to $20,000 in relief funds per qualifying business location. Business applicants from certain industry sectors that have not been able to operate during COVID-19 may apply for up to two of their businesses.
Applicants can apply for up to four months of mortgage interest or rent expenses, and utility expenses. The help offers relief for some of the fixed costs a business cannot easily control on its own. Applications to the program should open next week and will be addressed on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must certify that they were closed during the period of April 1 to July 31, 2020; they expect to be able to operate after the COVID crisis has passed; and they have not been reimbursed by any other federal source for the expenses they seek to reimburse through this program.
Eligible applicants include:
  • Amusement Parks
  • Banquet Halls (with catering staff)
  • Bars, taverns, night clubs, cocktail lounges
  • Bingo parlors
  • Bowling alleys/centers
  • Dance halls
  • Indoor fitness and recreation centers
  • Motion picture/movie theaters (except drive-ins)
  • Museums
How local businesses are adjusting to the COVID-19 crisis: Sonora Mexicana
Oct 1 all-day
Online

#digAVL Video Series #26: Ted from Sonora Cocina Mexicana

I don’t know about you but some fresh elote, chile rellenos, and a fresh-squeezed margarita sound like just what we need to finish out the week! Sonora Cocina Mexicana, located in the heart of Downtown has all of the above and more. Owner Ted Burkhead fills us in on all of the ins and outs of what Sonora has been up to during COVID, how they’re functioning now, and all of the delicious food you’ve been missing.

While we’ve all had to adjust to the “new normal” (whatever that is), our local business owners and managers each have their own story to tell about how they’ve been affected and what they are doing during these unprecedented times. Dig Local is proud to partner with our friend, Ann Smith, at Leap Frog Tours to interview some of the awesome folks who make Asheville, Asheville.

Friday, October 2, 2020
$40 million Small Business Relief Program NC Dept. of Commerce
Oct 2 all-day
Online
Tuesday, September 22nd Governor Roy Cooper announced that some NC small businesses experiencing disruptions to their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible and benefit from a $40 million relief program to help offset fixed costs like rent, mortgage interests, and utility bills.
The NC Mortgage, Utility, and Rent Relief (MURR) is administered by the NC Department of Commerce and can provide up to $20,000 in relief funds per qualifying business location. Business applicants from certain industry sectors that have not been able to operate during COVID-19 may apply for up to two of their businesses.
Applicants can apply for up to four months of mortgage interest or rent expenses, and utility expenses. The help offers relief for some of the fixed costs a business cannot easily control on its own. Applications to the program should open next week and will be addressed on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must certify that they were closed during the period of April 1 to July 31, 2020; they expect to be able to operate after the COVID crisis has passed; and they have not been reimbursed by any other federal source for the expenses they seek to reimburse through this program.
Eligible applicants include:
  • Amusement Parks
  • Banquet Halls (with catering staff)
  • Bars, taverns, night clubs, cocktail lounges
  • Bingo parlors
  • Bowling alleys/centers
  • Dance halls
  • Indoor fitness and recreation centers
  • Motion picture/movie theaters (except drive-ins)
  • Museums
How local businesses are adjusting to the COVID-19 crisis: Sonora Mexicana
Oct 2 all-day
Online

#digAVL Video Series #26: Ted from Sonora Cocina Mexicana

I don’t know about you but some fresh elote, chile rellenos, and a fresh-squeezed margarita sound like just what we need to finish out the week! Sonora Cocina Mexicana, located in the heart of Downtown has all of the above and more. Owner Ted Burkhead fills us in on all of the ins and outs of what Sonora has been up to during COVID, how they’re functioning now, and all of the delicious food you’ve been missing.

While we’ve all had to adjust to the “new normal” (whatever that is), our local business owners and managers each have their own story to tell about how they’ve been affected and what they are doing during these unprecedented times. Dig Local is proud to partner with our friend, Ann Smith, at Leap Frog Tours to interview some of the awesome folks who make Asheville, Asheville.

Saturday, October 3, 2020
$40 million Small Business Relief Program NC Dept. of Commerce
Oct 3 all-day
Online
Tuesday, September 22nd Governor Roy Cooper announced that some NC small businesses experiencing disruptions to their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible and benefit from a $40 million relief program to help offset fixed costs like rent, mortgage interests, and utility bills.
The NC Mortgage, Utility, and Rent Relief (MURR) is administered by the NC Department of Commerce and can provide up to $20,000 in relief funds per qualifying business location. Business applicants from certain industry sectors that have not been able to operate during COVID-19 may apply for up to two of their businesses.
Applicants can apply for up to four months of mortgage interest or rent expenses, and utility expenses. The help offers relief for some of the fixed costs a business cannot easily control on its own. Applications to the program should open next week and will be addressed on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must certify that they were closed during the period of April 1 to July 31, 2020; they expect to be able to operate after the COVID crisis has passed; and they have not been reimbursed by any other federal source for the expenses they seek to reimburse through this program.
Eligible applicants include:
  • Amusement Parks
  • Banquet Halls (with catering staff)
  • Bars, taverns, night clubs, cocktail lounges
  • Bingo parlors
  • Bowling alleys/centers
  • Dance halls
  • Indoor fitness and recreation centers
  • Motion picture/movie theaters (except drive-ins)
  • Museums
How local businesses are adjusting to the COVID-19 crisis: Sonora Mexicana
Oct 3 all-day
Online

#digAVL Video Series #26: Ted from Sonora Cocina Mexicana

I don’t know about you but some fresh elote, chile rellenos, and a fresh-squeezed margarita sound like just what we need to finish out the week! Sonora Cocina Mexicana, located in the heart of Downtown has all of the above and more. Owner Ted Burkhead fills us in on all of the ins and outs of what Sonora has been up to during COVID, how they’re functioning now, and all of the delicious food you’ve been missing.

While we’ve all had to adjust to the “new normal” (whatever that is), our local business owners and managers each have their own story to tell about how they’ve been affected and what they are doing during these unprecedented times. Dig Local is proud to partner with our friend, Ann Smith, at Leap Frog Tours to interview some of the awesome folks who make Asheville, Asheville.

Sunday, October 4, 2020
$40 million Small Business Relief Program NC Dept. of Commerce
Oct 4 all-day
Online
Tuesday, September 22nd Governor Roy Cooper announced that some NC small businesses experiencing disruptions to their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible and benefit from a $40 million relief program to help offset fixed costs like rent, mortgage interests, and utility bills.
The NC Mortgage, Utility, and Rent Relief (MURR) is administered by the NC Department of Commerce and can provide up to $20,000 in relief funds per qualifying business location. Business applicants from certain industry sectors that have not been able to operate during COVID-19 may apply for up to two of their businesses.
Applicants can apply for up to four months of mortgage interest or rent expenses, and utility expenses. The help offers relief for some of the fixed costs a business cannot easily control on its own. Applications to the program should open next week and will be addressed on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must certify that they were closed during the period of April 1 to July 31, 2020; they expect to be able to operate after the COVID crisis has passed; and they have not been reimbursed by any other federal source for the expenses they seek to reimburse through this program.
Eligible applicants include:
  • Amusement Parks
  • Banquet Halls (with catering staff)
  • Bars, taverns, night clubs, cocktail lounges
  • Bingo parlors
  • Bowling alleys/centers
  • Dance halls
  • Indoor fitness and recreation centers
  • Motion picture/movie theaters (except drive-ins)
  • Museums
How local businesses are adjusting to the COVID-19 crisis: Sonora Mexicana
Oct 4 all-day
Online

#digAVL Video Series #26: Ted from Sonora Cocina Mexicana

I don’t know about you but some fresh elote, chile rellenos, and a fresh-squeezed margarita sound like just what we need to finish out the week! Sonora Cocina Mexicana, located in the heart of Downtown has all of the above and more. Owner Ted Burkhead fills us in on all of the ins and outs of what Sonora has been up to during COVID, how they’re functioning now, and all of the delicious food you’ve been missing.

While we’ve all had to adjust to the “new normal” (whatever that is), our local business owners and managers each have their own story to tell about how they’ve been affected and what they are doing during these unprecedented times. Dig Local is proud to partner with our friend, Ann Smith, at Leap Frog Tours to interview some of the awesome folks who make Asheville, Asheville.

Monday, October 5, 2020
$40 million Small Business Relief Program NC Dept. of Commerce
Oct 5 all-day
Online
Tuesday, September 22nd Governor Roy Cooper announced that some NC small businesses experiencing disruptions to their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible and benefit from a $40 million relief program to help offset fixed costs like rent, mortgage interests, and utility bills.
The NC Mortgage, Utility, and Rent Relief (MURR) is administered by the NC Department of Commerce and can provide up to $20,000 in relief funds per qualifying business location. Business applicants from certain industry sectors that have not been able to operate during COVID-19 may apply for up to two of their businesses.
Applicants can apply for up to four months of mortgage interest or rent expenses, and utility expenses. The help offers relief for some of the fixed costs a business cannot easily control on its own. Applications to the program should open next week and will be addressed on a first-come, first-served basis. Applicants must certify that they were closed during the period of April 1 to July 31, 2020; they expect to be able to operate after the COVID crisis has passed; and they have not been reimbursed by any other federal source for the expenses they seek to reimburse through this program.
Eligible applicants include:
  • Amusement Parks
  • Banquet Halls (with catering staff)
  • Bars, taverns, night clubs, cocktail lounges
  • Bingo parlors
  • Bowling alleys/centers
  • Dance halls
  • Indoor fitness and recreation centers
  • Motion picture/movie theaters (except drive-ins)
  • Museums