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Erika Tyburski, the CEO of Sanguina, Inc. | Highlands Rotary Club

Pictured: Tom Stribling; Zach Claxton, Rotary President; Erika Tyburski, CEO of Sanguina; and Robert Mannino, Chief Technology Officer of Sanguina Rotarian Tom Stribling introduced Erika Tyburski, the CEO of Sanguina, Inc., as the featured speaker for the November 24, 2020 Highlands Rotary meeting.

HCCMF’s 40th Anniversary | Highlands Cashiers Plateau

With its 2020 season falling victim to Covid-19, The Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival casts its gaze toward a spectacular 40th anniversary celebration in 2021. For more information, visit h-cmusicfestival.org.

The Moulthrops at The Bascom

The glowing works of woodturners Philip and Matt Moulthrop are on glorious display at The Bascom, 323 Franklin Road in Highlands.


Visions of Inspiration | Howard Finster

Portrait by A H Ludy of Howard Finster

Time to Play | Highlands Playhouse

The Playhouse and PAC are working on some collaborative projects including drive-in dramas, first-run movies. It may not be live performance, but it will be a welcome diversion guaranteed to amuse and engage.

A Lot To Offer | Highlands PAC

Proving the wisdom of that old show biz adage, “The Show Must Go On!,” the Highlands Performing Arts Center keeps the plates spinning in this strange year. For announcements in titles, dates and scheduling, visit highlandsperformingarts.com.


Felted and One-Derful | Artist Jane Adams

For artist Jane Adams, the tactile dimension of felting is a beguiling invitation that won’t be ignored.

An Under-Rated Fishing Month | Highlands-Cashiers Plateau

Anglers have plenty to be thankful for with the arrival of November.

A Birdie Thanksgiving | Highlands Cashiers Plateau

Considering the well-being of our Plateau neighbors who’re foraging for survival can enrich our lives in unexpected ways.


Biological Foundation Grants-in-Aid | Highlands NC

Life finds a way! Despite Covid-19 threats, research continues at the Highlands Biological Station.

Talking Turkey | Highlands Plateau Audubon Society

The Wild Turkey’s vast vocabulary and show-stopping displays make it an inimitable resident of the American landscape.

Hard Working Hummingbirds on The Highlands-Cashiers Plateau

Hard working Hummingbirds do what they can to pollinate the Plateau.