Camp Hollymont for Girls is moving to a new campus for the summer of 2020. The camp will lease the facilities at Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School on the border of Georgia and North Carolina.
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Mark Woodham set himself on the path to becoming the artist he is today many years ago and nearly 200 miles away from his Burnsville studio. Along the way, he found encouragement and inspiration from family, friends and teachers.
Throughout her life, Pat Morgan has found ways to bring creativity into everything she does, whether running a bed-and-breakfast, painting in watercolors or illustrating her husband Richard’s books of poetry.
When one thinks about weight loss, dieting is often the first thing that comes to mind. Georgina Quinn is working to disassociate those two concepts with her coaching business, Decoding Weight Loss.
Just 25 minutes from Asheville, the school Wild Abundance offers classes in earth-based skills for all levels of experience. “You don’t have to be ‘hardcore’ or even have a goal of ‘going off the grid’ to participate in and benefit from our classes.”
Odyssey School has launched a new podcast called Best Practices in Education, with weekly episodes that present ideas, resources and tools for parents and teachers.
MusicWorks’ annual spring fundraising concert Movie Magic takes place Saturday, May 9, at 5 p.m. in the Asheville High School auditorium.
Situated in a bucolic setting of 1.6 acres, and housing more than 10,000 square feet, Tryon Arts & Crafts School offers classes for every level.