Meets the first Monday of each month at the Highlands United Methodist Church. Beginner's lessons are available at noon.
Dues are $1 per meeting. For more information, call Paul Andry at (828) 787-1586, or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Les Scott at (828) 200-9532, email email@example.com
Emerging Artists: Frank Vickery March 24 ñ May 10 Atrium Gallery
Every year, we select a graduate student from Western North Carolina University to install his or her thesis exhibition at The Bascom. Frank Vickery, the honoree this year is no stranger to us. He has been with our institution as an intern and is currently The Bascomís Ceramics Program Manager. Frank has been selected for the quality of his work, his dedication to the field of ceramics and his enthusiastic ability to share his talent with others.
Calling all area golfers. It’s time to dust off those clubs and prepare to challenge your friends in the Highlands Rotary Club’s 23rd annual Golf Tournament. You’ll be able to show your skills as you play one of the premier golf courses of the area.
Gather at the Highlands Country Club practice green or the driving range at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, May 7th, to hone your skills and work out the kinks. The four-man teams will kick off the tournament at 11:00 a.m. Vie for prizes for the “closest to the pin” and “longest drive.”
Chicks: It's All Gone to the Birds
March 31- June 17
Member Reception, March 24, 5-6 pm
Opening Reception, March 24, 6-8 pm
Featuring a presentation from artist Susan Taylor Glasgow.
Join us in celebrating the fascinating world of our feathered friends. This exceptional collection of avian themed art showcases artists at their finest observing and creating images of the world around us through the eyes of scientists, environmentalists and conservators. A true celebration of the freedom of flight. Presented in partnership with the Highands Biolgical Station and the Highlands Plateau Audubon Society.
Sponsored by Delta Air Lines, the Official Air Line of The Bascom; Nancy and Larry Fuller; and the North Carolina Audubon Society.
An after-school program designed to inspire a lifelong appreciation of the natural world through science, art, and technology. The program is created in partnership with MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS, an international photographic initiative designed to reveal the wildlife living amongst us in an extraordinary way and will draw upon the educational resources of the Highlands Nature Center. The 8 week Pilot program will begin March 19th and is designed for students in grades 5th-8th. The 5th & 6th graders will meet Mondays from 3-5. The 7th & 8th graders will meet on Wednesdays from 3-5. Transportation and Scholarships are available. For more information, or to register visit www.backyardnaturalists.com or contact Sonya Carpenter or Michelle Ruigrol at 828-526-2221.