Submissions are being accepted through Monday, March 19, for RiverLink’s 11th Annual Voices of the River Art and Poetry Contest.
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Spinners of yarns will gather Sunday, March 18, from 2–4 p.m. for A Patchwork of Stories at Asheville’s Folk Art Center on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Pan Harmonia celebrates the 333rd birthday of Johann Sebastian Bach with two concerts on Sunday, March 18, at the Greenville Center for Creative Arts and Monday, March 19, at The BLOCK off biltmore, in Asheville.
Montana Repertory Theatre’s moving production of On Golden Pond comes to Diana Wortham Theatre (DWT) on Sunday, March 18, at 7 p.m.
Embark on an exploration of Romanticism through the ages as conductor Nicholas Hersh leads the Asheville Symphony Orchestra in a program spanning more than 200 years and ranging from Beethoven to Freddie Mercury.
From that moment on, I wanted to find, see, and know every bird in the area, and everything about them. This was my “spark bird”—the Rose-breasted Grosbeak—the bird that turned me into a bird watcher and ultimately into a naturalist.
Wilma Dykeman, an Asheville native, was a major Appalachian author. Her novels The Tall Woman, The Far Family and Return the Innocent Earth vividly evoke life in the region as it experienced rapid change between the Civil War and the 20th century.
Walker remembers “a garden so brilliant with colors, so original in its design, so magnificent with life and creativity,” that strangers would come to “walk among my mother’s art.”