The Asheville Symphony Orchestra (ASO) invites audiences to attend a musical New Year’s Eve celebration on Sunday, December 31, at 7:30 p.m. at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium.
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Award-winning violinist and storyteller Jamie Laval presents Celtic Christmas: Music and Stories for the Deep Midwinter on Friday, December 29, at the Asheville Community Theatre and on Saturday, December 30, at Tryon Fine Arts Center.
On Tuesday, December 19, from 4–6 p.m., Kniticality owner and knitwear designer Amy Johnson will host a Christmas Party and Cookie Exchange at the store.
The North Carolina Arboretum presents Romantic Realism: Artwork by Ernestine Bucking on display daily in the Education Center through Sunday, January 7.
Woodcarving in Appalachia is practiced as both a practical skill and an art aesthetic. Prior to the 20th century, wood was the primary raw material used for making things on self-sufficient farms.
Ornaments, hats, scarves, stocking stuffers, mugs for mulled cider and candlesticks to light up the night—the artists of Mica...have been busy creating lovingly hand-crafted objects to become perfect gifts.
A great soup to pour into a mug and sip next to the fire on a cold day, this tomato bisque hits all the right notes.
“Passion and tradition are hard work with a purpose,” says Alan Ward, owner of Appalachian Ridge Artisan Cider.