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.

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

A Beautiful Challenge
Published on
2016/12 - December
There’s no respite in the level of care given to the animals of the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society, despite a winter’s pause in adoptions.  more
A Food Pantries Christmas
Published on
2016/11 - November
A Food Pantries Christmas is the loving choice for the hard-to-please names on your Christmas List.  more
A Highlands Skate of Mind!
Published on
2016/11 - November
The Ice Rink at Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park is unveiled in all its wintry glory this season.  more
A Merry March
Published on
2016/11 - November
The 42nd Annual Cashiers Christmas Parade will be staged at noon Saturday, December 10. There’s still plenty of room for entries of all sorts. Call (828) 743-5191 for more information.  more
A Night to Remember
Published on
2015/01 - Winter
Bring on the Bubbly! Old Edwards Inn & Spa’s Laurent-Perrier Champagne Dinner, set for Friday, January 23, is an irresistible celebration of this most joyous beverage.   more
A Sensational Season Awaits
Published on
2015/01 - Winter
The Highlands Playhouse looks to tickle your funny bone and break your heart with its 2015 Summer Season. In the meantime, take in its slate of first-run movies.   more
A Society, Humane
Published on
2015/01 - Winter
A moment’s reflection reveals a bit of hope for America’s neglected animals and the people who fight on their behalf. “We will outlast and outlive the unchangeable, and teach, inspire and empower the younger and impressionable.” - David Stroud   more
A Touch of Green
Published on
2015/01 - Winter
  more
After Santa, Sing!
Published on
2015/12 - December
There will be a Christmas Carol Sing at First Presbyterian Church at 2:00 P.M. Saturday, December 5, after the parade.   more
Audubon’s Winter Bird Count
Published on
2017/01 - Winter
The Christmas Bird Count, a hemisphere-spanning tradition, provides a snapshot of the perils and promise facing our local avian flocks.  more

Pages