Historic Land, Heirloom Seeds

Winding Stair Farm honors the traditions that allowed agriculture to thrive in Western North Carolina.
Nancy West

Helping People. Changing Lives.

The Literacy Council of Cashiers’ stunning record of success is predicated upon passionate volunteers like Nancy West.

Sue and Kaleb

A Family Friendly Affair

With a little bit of time to breathe, Carpe Diem Farms begins to plan its 25th anniversary celebration.
Amy Passauer

Seed Madagascar

For Highlands runner Amy Passauer, a 50k race through the wilds of Madagascar comes with a deeper purpose.

Community Garden

The Food Pantry of Highlands embraces the promise of vertical gardening to ensure fresh, vitamin-rich produce for its clients.
Beverly Wichman and Carolyn Higgins

New Faces at The Chamber

Two new faces at the Highlands Chamber of Commerce prepares for an even busier chamber in the future.

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100 Mentors in 100 Days
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2017/09 - September
An ambitious new recruitment drive seeks to expand the number of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Highlands and Cashiers’ successful pairings of children with compassionate adults.  more
A Dine-Asty at Wolfgang’s
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2017/09 - September
Generations promises pairings of both fine wines and remarkably-talented chefs. It’ll be staged November 11 at Wolfgang’s Restaurant and Wine Bistro in Highlands.   more
A Family Friendly Affair
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2017/09 - September
With a little bit of time to breathe, Carpe Diem Farms begins to plan its 25th anniversary celebration.  more
A Fresh Approach
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2017/09 - September
The glories of the season are on full display at Highlands Marketplace, 8:00 A.M. until 12:30 P.M. each Saturday at Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park on Pine Street.  more
A Peach of a Pie
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2017/09 - September
Betty Holt’s treasured Berry-Peach Cobbler recipe is an exuberant celebration of the flavors of the season.  more
A Silver For the Green
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2017/09 - September
Over the course of 25 years, The Village Green has become the vibrant emerald heart of the entire community. You’re invited to a Silver Jubilee at 4:00 P.M. Friday, September 22.  more
A Taxing Situation
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2017/09 - September
The story of Alexander Zachary and his sons during the Civil War reveals the tangled loyalties found in southern Jackson County.   more
A “Wanderful” Experience
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2017/09 - September
The timeless beauty of Panthertown Valley beguiles with an Emerson-like transcendence.  more
Art for the Garden
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2017/09 - September
The opening of The Carolina Gallery of Fine Art represents the full-flowering of the deep relationship between the local art community and the Highlands Biological Station.   more
At the Playhouse
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2017/09 - September
As it rings down the curtain on its successful 2017 Summer Season, Highlands Playhouse trains its sights on The Highlands Foodie Film Festival.  more

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