A special exhibition at the Bascom, “Freewheeling: The Allure of the Automobile in Contemporary Art” runs from May 11–August 21. The Highlands Motoring Festival is revving up for a June 10-13 return to the Plateau. For more information, visit highlandsmotoringfestival.com.
Article Author: Deena Bouknight
Both Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library and Hudson Library have access to vast collections of books, DVDs and CD books.
A lower-key, more personal celebration is on tap for this year’s Earth Day, set for April 22.
The noble apple tree finally gets its day in the sun with The Cashiers Historical Society’s Heritage Apple Day, set for Saturday, March 27 at the Cashiers Community Center.
There are plenty of options for Cold Weather fun as winter shades into spring.
“Yes, pandemic 2020 has presented a myriad of personal challenges, not just for me but for most everyone, but it has also opened up a world of blessings and opportunities – if we choose to look at it that way. “
For Highlands Rotarian Sherry Holt, serving her community has always been part of her DNA.
Jeannie Chambers’ latest book explores the perils and possibilities of glimpsing the future. Arnetta and The Mirror of Destiny is available locally as well as on Amazon.
Keeping it cool is just one of the many steps that maintains the Highlands Ice Rink’s status as a not-to-be-missed wintertime destination. For information or reservations, call (828) 526-3556 or visit highlandsnc.org/recreation-ice-rink.
The twin Plateau libraries have emerged as hubs of learning and entertainment options as the world learns to adjust to new challenges and new possibilities.