A pair of events have placed the spotlight squarely on the Plateau’s beloved apple trees.
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The Bascom emerges from a shadowed 2020 with a string of new initiatives and a dazzling new website – thebascom.org.
A pair of bracing performances from the National Theatre of London and six groundshaking football championships are on the ticket at Highlands PAC. You can stage your own party as well – call (828) 526-9047 or visit HighlandsPerformingArts.com
The Cashiers Area Chamber of Commerce’s new campaign reminds everyone that by simply observing a few sensible steps, we can keep ourselves and our neighbors Covid-free.
The Joy Garden Tour, set for July 16-17, returns to its spot as the happiest event on Cashiers’ busy Social Calendar, complete with new vendors and an exciting, safe, virtual tour.
No sense in being bashful – Old Edwards Inn is pulling out all the stops to add a deep blush to the middle of a cold gray month. To make reservations for a romantic Valentine’s Weekend, visit oldedwardshospitality.com.
Show us the magic of Winter on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau – it’s all around you. If it’s just right, we’ll put you on the cover of the Laurel and proclaim you a Winner!
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.
A romantic, marvelously indulgent getaway doesn’t have to involve elaborate transportation plans. If you’re a local resident, Half Mile Farm and Old Edwards Inn are saving a place for you.
The Highlands-Cashiers Plateau will be thrumming with the sounds of the Bear Shadow Music Festival, April 23-25. Use those rhythms to power your way through two exclusive excursions offered by Highlands Cashiers Land Trust that include guided hikes to some of Highlands’ most beautiful locales.