The myths and the mysteries of the Red Wolf are explored at Howling for the Red Wolf: Getting to Know the Maligned and Misunderstood with Tori Duval of the WNC Nature Center. This free program will be at 5:00 P.M. Tuesday, September 28, at The Village Green Commons in Cashiers.
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Two raucous concerts on the Village Green provide a foot-stomping soundtrack to the end of summer.
There’s a profound message embedded in the midst of that glorious autumn foliage.
Free weekend music concerts in downtown Highlands keep the sweet summer spirit rockin’ into the fall.
Hiss Golden Messenger delivers the sound and the spirit driving this year’s Highlands Food & Wine.
“Add the First Fruits of Autumn to the Remains of Summer Days,” says William. And add a little Hot Sauce, too.
The Highlands Biological Foundation’s summer soirée is an elegant celebration of the season and the wild things that live here. To attend this fundraiser, set for Monday, August 2, call (828) 526-2221 or visit highlandsbiological.org.
A gathering at Half-Mile Farm will bring together Southern Writers of the first order and their fans, August 8-10. For reservations, visit oldedwardshospitality.com/calendar-of-events/southernwriters.
Author Patti Callahan Henry brings a message of hope and enlightenment to Celebration of Education, set for October 17.
For more information, go to maconliteracy.org.
A cartographer’s dream, Ellicott’s Rock’s crucial place in history is explored in detail with a lecture at Cashiers Historical Society’s Dowden Pavilion, 1940 Highway 107 South, 11:00 A.M. August 5. For information, call (828) 743-7710.