A host of resources available through Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library and Hudson Library can help you master the challenges of 21st century technology, the complications of Covid living, and even give you a head start on your Christmas List.
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Elevated Wine Experiences, set for November 12 through 14, is a wonderfully indulgent invitation to sample the finest vintages in the world and the exquisite meals that complement them.
Cashiers Historical Society invites everyone to join them in celebrating National Angel Food Cake Day on October 10 from 11:00 A.M. until 3:00 P.M. at the pavilion on the grounds […]
On November 5, Singer-Songwriter Mike Kinnebrew will return to The Farm at Old Edwards to perform at the Orchard Sessions. Kinnebrew grew up in Atlanta in the 1980s. By […]
Organizers say that the program will enable participants to: Learn how to Be More. Learn More. Do Better; Do better both as an individual white person, and as a member […]
Fishes & Loaves Food Pantry in Cashiers, an emergency food pantry, works year-round to help meet some of the dietary requirements of individuals and families in need throughout the community. […]
Author talks scheduled throughout the summer at local libraries were sidelined because of the pandemic, but a few are scheduled for the fall due to easing restrictions. One of those […]
Highlands Mayor Patrick Taylor has been a competitor in the annual Highlands Twilight Race since its inception eight years ago. Mayor Taylor pointed out that although the race has had […]
Highlands Biological Foundation is launching a Virtual Book Club with an examination and discussion of Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming. The Foundation Book Club […]
Welcome to our little bookstore! Affiliated with the Hudson Library, the Bookworm has been welcoming and serving the Highlands community and its visitors from as early as 1995. Originally, […]