Though it’s fallen victim to the Covid crisis, the Highlands Twilight 5k and 10K Run, originally set for November 28 and now postponed until May, is still the goal for intense training regimens.
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A lifetime of moods and melodies find their expression when Mike Kinnebrew takes the stage at Fireside at The Farm, December 9 at The Farm at Old Edwards. For information, visit oldedwardshospitality.com/fireside.
Shop With A Cop is a rare glimpse of sunshine in this darkened year, just in time for the Christmas Season. If you’d like to help, mail a check to Caroline Cook at P. O. Box 2785, Highlands, NC 28741 or drop the check by the Highlands Police Department. Make your check out to Shop With A Cop or SWAC.
The Highlands Motoring Festival and The Bascom have joined forces to create an exciting festival and calendar of art events for next year.
Cake Bar, located at 429 North Fourth Street in Highlands, is offering a trio of events to brighten your outlook. For more information,
stop in or call (828) 421-2042.
Local farmers have been working all year to ensure there are entire fields of Christmas trees waiting for new homes.
Bending itself into new contortions to accommodate a pandemic, Gobble on the Green will be held between November 21 and November 28. To register, visit runsignup.com/Race/NC/Cashiers/GobbleontheGreen5K.
If you’re feeling a little short of things to be grateful for, take a hike along one of the trails conserved by The Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust. It’ll help to put things in perspective.
Wreaths Across America, a national movement to honor the sacrifices of veterans, will find its local expression at a ceremony at Highlands Memorial Park,
noon Saturday, December 19.
The opening of the Highlands Skating Rink at Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park is a cause for celebration. To schedule your time on the ice, call the Highlands Recreation Department at (828) 526-3556.