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The winter season folk celebration A Swannanoa Solstice marks its 18th year with a performance livestreamed from Diana Wortham Theatre on Sunday, December 20, at 2 p.m.
The Nikwasi Initiative is in the process of developing a 60-mile Cherokee Cultural Corridor along the Little Tennessee River between the towns of Cherokee and Franklin, extending all the way down to the Georgia state line.
Bear meat ruined it. Or maybe sexual impropriety. Centuries later, historians can only surmise what happened. Whatever prompted natives to destroy Fort San Juan marked a “significant instance of indigenous people successfully resisting European colonization."
In the summer of 2019, a coalition of community organizations came together with the goal of acknowledging and remembering individuals who were lynched in Buncombe County through the Buncombe Community Remembrance Project.
The Franklin School of Innovation (FSI) Drama Club will put on a virtual performance of 10 Ways to Survive Life in a Quarantine, a production written for Zoom by Don Zolidis with Playscripts, Inc.
The Plott Hound is an agile, muscular dog with a short, often brindle-colored coat and historic mountain heritage.
The Cradle of Forestry in America Interpretive Association (CFAIA) has rebranded to become FIND Outdoors. FIND is an acronym for Forest Inspired Nature Discovery.