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.
Article Category: What to do in Highlands NC and Cashiers NC
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.
Walking in a Winter Wonderland can be a lot more enjoyable and a lot safer when you practice these sensible steps, courtesy of the Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust.
The twin Plateau libraries have emerged as hubs of learning and entertainment options as the world learns to adjust to new challenges and new possibilities.
Those kaleidoscopic Holiday Windows scattered around Highlands are part of the Trim Our Town contest. Your judgment is requested.
Nationally-celebrated Baker and Author Amanda Wilbanks will sign her Southern Baked: Life with Pie and offer samples of her exquisite kitchen creations in a joyful celebration at Acorns Boutique, Saturday, December 12. She’ll continue to spread her sweet message with a series of events at Half-Mile Farm December 11-12.
Just like their human counterparts, some Plateau residents are departing for sunnier climes, while others are settling in for a long winter’s nap. To learn more, watch Baby It’s Cold Outside. You can watch the premiere on the Highlands Biological Station’s Facebook page (@highlandsbiologicalstation) on Tuesday, December 15, at 1:00 P.M. or find it afterward on the Highlands Biological YouTube channel.
Despite a pandemic global in scope, the devoted members of the Highlands Duplicate Bridge Club still manage to get their game on.
Friends of Panthertown are holding a pair of trail-maintenance parties for this pristine jewel in the heart of Nantahala National Forest – December 2 and 12.
For information, visit panthertown.org.
The local Wreaths Across America, set for Saturday, December 19, will honor veterans across the Plateau. For more information or to participate, contact Phil Potts at (828) 200-9753 or by email at [email protected].