The Western North Carolina AIDS Project (WNCAP) will be hosting the 15th annual Dining Out For Life (DOFL) event on Thursday, April 27.
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April is the month when we turn our thoughts to the Earth, so I consider it Earth Month.
How do recent political shifts affect the work of public and private land stewards in our region? We talked with eight professionals about the issues they see, their outlook for the future and the best action items for concerned citizens.
April marks a transcendent influx of winged migrants across our diverse mountain habitats. As temperatures rise and insects begin to buzz, warblers, vireos, finches, thrushes and tanagers descend after long journeys across the Atlantic.
The 23rd annual Burnsville Metric, offering cyclists a chance to enjoy springtime in the mountains and help area nonprofits, will be held on Saturday, April 29.
Some notable tellers of tales take the stage at Trade & Lore Coffee on Monday, April 24, at 8 p.m. when renowned storyteller David Joe Miller presents WORD!
On Earth Day, April 22, at 8 p.m., the Asheville Symphony Orchestra (ASO) brings The Passion of Chopin to the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium in Downtown Asheville.
The National 90-Second Newbery Film Festival will be holding its first Asheville showing at Pack Memorial Library on Saturday, April 22, from 1-3 p.m.
“Audiences will appreciate the dazzling virtuosity of all the players, delivered with energy, joy and Irish music’s typically laid-back sense of good fun.”
In celebration of Earth Day and Arbor Day, Asheville GreenWorks offers a variety of opportunities this month for community members.