Women’s experiences on the frontier often get overshadowed or written out of history, and this play puts a woman’s life at center stage.
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Art created by the current and former employees of BlackBird Frame and Art will be on display in the store from Wednesday, September 20, through Tuesday, October 31.
The next time you visit a pond or other body of still water, watch for dragonflies. They are beautiful to look at and fascinating to study.
“We are very proud to have won this accolade for so many years. Now serving more than 12 counties, we look forward to continued success.”
Award-winning actor Ed Asner will perform the one-man show, A Man and His Prostate, at Flat Rock Playhouse on Tuesday, September 19, at 8 p.m.
Asheville residents looking for support and motivation to exercise can find it with the Healthy Hikers Walkers Club offered by Asheville Outlets and Anytime Fitness–Patton Avenue.
The 11th annual Art in Autumn festival will be held in downtown Weaverville on Saturday, September 16, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
After five years travelling across the US, Wicked Plants, an original exhibit designed and created by The North Carolina Arboretum, returns to the Baker Exhibit Center.