Pumpkin Crepes

Pumpkin Crepes lead the season with both their bold taste and their absolutely beautiful presentation.

Preserving the Bear Shadow

The Shadow of the Bear remains the Shadow of the Bear thanks to the generosity of local landowners and the Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust.

Santa on The Green

Children of all ages are invited to come and tell Santa Claus their Christmas wishes.
Photo by Charles Johnson

Winter Waterfall in Cashiers NC

As we enter the Quiet Time, the babbling waters of Silver Run Falls are a welcome companion.

Seasons

Ask anyone who lives on the Plateau and they’ll eagerly tell you why all four seasons are glorious! Winter views, spring wildflowers, summer hikes and waterfalls, and autumn leaves. There is something here that speaks to the heart of the nature lover all year long. Wiinter activities take on a magical quality. Spring and summer months bring bounteous blooms. Apples, glowing leaves, and craft fairs are here during autumn. Search below for seasonal favorites.

Seasons Results

Savoring the Soul of Appalachia
Published on
2017/01 - Winter
Old Edwards Inn and Spa devotes a weekend to honoring its local heritage through a celebration of food, drink and music.  more
Scenes from Highlands Food and Wine Festival
Published on
2016/12 - December
During last month’s Food & Wine Festival, Highlands Chamber of Commerce reached for the stars and gracefully gifted our town with a weekend chock-full of wine, food, and music.   more
Share the Feast in Highlands
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2017/11 - November
A bounteous barbecue lunch and alternative gift market will be served up at the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation immediately after the Highlands Olde Mountain Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 2. It’ll benefit the Emergency Council of Highlands and The Food Pantry of Highlands.  more
Simply Irresistible!
Published on
2017/01 - Winter
Sure, it may be possible to resist the warmly seductive Friends of the Library Chocolate Cookoff, to be staged at 1:00 P.M. Saturday, February 18, at Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library. Why on earth would you want to?  more
Spring’s Spicy Crunch
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2017/03 - March
The gloriously simple flavor of the radish takes center stage in this purely Spring Salad.  more
Step Up to the “Plate”
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2016/11 - November
At the start of the Plateau’s season of quiet desperation, the Food Pantry of Highlands can use some generous supporters.  more
Surviving the Snow
Published on
2016/03 - March
The arrival of Spring brings safer, happier days for the horses and a pair of enthusiastic volunteers.  more
Tamin’ the Snow
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2016/03 - March
The arrival of Spring doesn’t necessarily mean the end of snow season. Local slopes are still calling to snow lovers.  more
The Bobby Brain Ride
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2015/01 - Winter
Hold on tight! A tour through Bobby’s worldview is a vertigo-inducing foray into an uninspected amusement park.  more
The Bookworm
Published on
2015/01 - Winter
The Bookworm's collection of books, movies, and CDs keeps Hudson Library going throughout the year.   more

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