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A pair of lectures at First Presbyterian Church of Highlands, set for September 12 and 13, will focus on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. The talks are free and everyone is invited. For information, call (828) 526-3175.
Highlands Historical Society’s Dahlia Festival, set for September 11-12, is a beautiful stroll through downtown.
Richly diverse authors are coming to the Plateau over the next six weeks to illuminate the past and spotlight some of the darkened corners of our present.
If it’s true that every dog (and cat, and bunny, and goat, and therapy duck) has its day, mark October 2 on your calendar. That’s when local churches will stage the Blessing of the Animals at the Village Green Commons
The Bibliophiles Book Group, meeting at Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library, is open to anyone passionate about good literature and lively discussion.
The Center for Life Enrichment will introduce Plateau audiences to internationally-acclaimed author Ron Rash on Tuesday, September 7.
Lose yourself in Cashiers’ original homecoming celebration – The Cashiers Valley Leaf Festival, slated for October 8-10 at the Village Green.
The voice of Shelly Colvin is somehow richer and more beguiling when performed outdoors under Plateau skies. She’ll be at The Farm at Old Edwards’ Orchard Sessions Performer on Thursday, September 30. For updates and to book online, visit OldEdwardsHospitality.com/OrchardSessions.
The Mountain Retreat and Learning Center’s Fall Farm Festival, set for Sunday, September 19, is a happy throwback to the harvest festivals that were once celebrated every autumn in mountain communities.