LEAF Community Arts is proud to announce the first Annual LEAF Downtown AVL taking place August 1st and 2nd in Pack Square Park.
The Asheville Tourists recorded their first come-from-behind win of the season Thursday night, and they made it happen in dramatic fashion.
The Montford Music and Arts Festival is the largest free, one day music and arts festival in Western North Carolina and will be in its 12th year of continuous operation in 2015.
Asheville Community Theatre presents a wonderful adaptation of this Tennessee Williams’ classic every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through May 3rd.
Which country has the largest border with the United States? Who wrote the children’s classic, Charlotte’s Web? If you can answer these questions, then you just might be smarter than an elementary student.
Energy Star’s Home Energy Yardstick provides a simple assessment of your home’s annual energy use compared to similar homes.
Each spring, the National Park Foundation and National Park Service invite everyone to celebrate National Park Week. This April 18-26, we invite you to Find Your Park.
Beer City Festival returns for its sixth annual event on Saturday, May 30th, 2015.
One of Asheville’s premier interpreters of contemporary music, Dr. John Cobb, will present an informal concert in the Appleby Memorial Foundation Gallery at the Asheville Art Museum on April 18th at 3:30 pm.
Billy Jonas, the Dan Keller Group, Hobey Ford and his Golden Rod Puppets, the Low Down Sires and stephaniesǐd will play an event to benefit Paws on ASD on Sunday, June 7.
The Writers at Home spring series continues with the Asheville launch of poet Tina Barr’s second book, Kaleidoscope (Iris Press, 2015).
Asheville Aerial Arts will perform a visually stunning mix of aerial and ground acts on April 26th in Learning to Fly.