Sweet harmonies bring passion back to the seasonal soundscape of Highlands evenings.
Article Category: Arts in Highlands NC and Cashiers NC
The Show Must Go On! Bel Canto returns to the Highlands Performing Arts Center on September 12 with a quartet of stellar performers. This event is always a sellout – mail your contact information to Bel Canto Recital, P.O. Box 2392, Highlands, NC 28741 or call The Bascom at (828) 787-2867.
The Highlands Performing Arts Center, located at 507 Chestnut Street, embarks upon a new project laden with promise and possibilities.
Our little mountain town looks so tranquil, but there’re plenty of shady characters lurking in the pages of Death on the Mountain.
For Leslie Jeffery, every landscape, every beast and bird, every mood of the ocean, deserves to be captured by her imagination and poured onto her canvas. You can view her work at Ann Lea Fine Art Gallery, 976 Hwy. 64 East in Cashiers.
The Summer Colors Fine Art Show, set for Saturday and Sunday, July 24 and 25, is a beautiful reflection and complement to life in the Southern Appalachians.
Joe Lasher, Jr. makes a return appearance to Cashiers on Friday, July 23. The next in the limited edition series Concerts On the Commons, features performances by three outstanding musicians and bands starting at 6 p.m. at The Village Green Commons On Frank Allen Road. Tickets are now on sale for this evening of live music.
H-C Art League Honorary Lifetime Member Norma Hendrix will present a
program on her unique process of combining mindfulness and a deep respect for nature into her work, at 5:00 P.M. Monday, July 26, at The Bascom.
For the ambitious Highlands Porchfest, set for Sunday, September 19, the entire downtown will serve as the musical venue. For more information, or to help (this’ll require a lot of hands), visit highlandsporchfest.com.
Country artist Kristen Kelly brings the sound and passion to the July 22 Orchard Session at The Farm at Old Edwards. For tickets and more information,