Abundance of Talent

Diane McPhail chalks up another triumph – the upcoming publication of a historical novel.

Biscuits and Bluegrass, Cashiers Historical Society

It’s the start of the Busy Season for the Cashiers Historical Society – there’s the Biscuits and Bluegrass party, the reopening of the Zachary-Tolbert House and the unveiling of an exciting book.

Celandine Poppy

The diminutive Celandine Poppy is struggling to maintain its place on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau.

Highlands’ Mayors

Highlands’ earliest mayors were a dedicated bunch, imbued with large reserves of civic responsibility.

Spot a Stroke

New stroke protocols in place at Highlands-Cashiers Hospital can save lives and deliver better outcomes.

New Organ Takes Shape

The discovery of the Interstitium points to “new” avenues of maintaining health.

Making Waves, Highlands Hurricanes Volunteers

Thanks to a small army of volunteers and a core of dedicated young athletes, the Highlands Hurricanes are enjoying national recognition.

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An Evening at Lakeside Restaurant
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2018/05 - May
Not that there’s actual voting, but Lakeside Restaurant’s menu earns a couple of important endorsements.  more
An Explosion of Talent, Highlands Cashiers Players
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2018/05 - May
It’s an Enchanted Evening when The Highlands Cashiers Players open the Rodgers and Hammerstein songbook, May 24-27 and May 31-June 3, at the Highlands Performing Arts Center.  more
Art for a Cause, Cashiers NC
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2018/05 - May
Art for a Cause, the quintessential Cashiers fundraiser that helps support a host of community causes, will be staged at The Village Green May 26-27.  more
Asheville Symphony at Highlands First Presbyterian Church
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2018/05 - May
At 4:00 P.M. Sunday, May 20, the Asheville Symphony Chamber Chorus will present a free concert at Highlands First Presbyterian Church.   more
Back in My Hometown, Michael Cox
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2018/05 - May
Michael Cox reveals the little things in Cashiers and Highlands that really mean a lot.  more
Berry Good, Antioxidant Berry Salad
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2018/05 - May
How about a colorful berry salad to get ready for the summer? The healthy antioxidant salad contains blueberries, blackberries and kid-friendly buttermilk poppyseed dressing ( vegan option for a dressing is included.) The salad is sweet, tangy, tasty and fun to dig into.   more
Biscuits and Bluegrass, Cashiers Historical Society
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2018/05 - May
It’s the start of the Busy Season for the Cashiers Historical Society – there’s the Biscuits and Bluegrass party, the reopening of the Zachary-Tolbert House and the unveiling of an exciting book.  more
Blooming Abundant, Highlands Dahlia Festival
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2018/05 - May
The exotic beauty of dahlias takes center stage with Highlands Historical Society’s Annual Dazzling Dahlia Festival.  more
Celandine Poppy
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2018/05 - May
The diminutive Celandine Poppy is struggling to maintain its place on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau.  more
Celebrating all Seasons, Highlands Chamber of Commerce
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2018/05 - May
A new guide highlights life in Highlands 12 months a year.  more

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