On Friday, April 20, the TreeHuggers exhibit will open at Flow, a body and home adornment store in downtown Marshall.
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The Black Mountain Center for the Arts (BMCA) is honored to display the work of two men, Dirck Cruser and John Casey, both of whom left a lasting impression on the Warren Wilson College (WWC) community.
The three-day Cider, Wine & Dine Weekend begins on Friday, April 20, with a host of tours, tastings, dinners and events at seven cideries and wineries throughout Henderson County.
The sixth annual Sound Effects concert to benefit Asheville Music School (AMS) will be held on Thursday, April 19, from 6–10 p.m. at Isis Music Hall.
Giving gardens combine the efforts of many community groups, including churches, schools, cooperative extensions, health departments and individuals, to increase food sovereignty. Members share tools and resources and provide good, nutrient-dense food that is accessible to all.
“We’ve had two Gallery Jams previously and they were such fun we decided to make them a monthly event.”
“This Wonderland exhibit served to kick my skills up more than a few notches and gave me the courage to explore new directions and materials.”
A glance through a dictionary of quotations finds April praised for its youthful spirit (Shakespeare), called “the cruelest month” (T. S. Eliot) and compared to “an idiot, babbling and stewing flowers.” (Edna St. Vincent Millay)