The richness of the region’s natural heritage is revealed in Bountiful Botany: Medicinal Plants of the Plateau, a self-guided tour of the Brushy Face Preserve organized by the Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust.
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Burning with a sense of excitement and liberation from the threat of Covid, Plateau communities are ramping up their Fourth of July celebrations.
Highlands Mountaintop Art and Crafts returns to exuberant life after last year’s absence – June 26 and 27 at Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park.
The Joy Garden Tour, benefiting The Village Green, explores the exquisite green beds, fields, and terraces that adorn Cashiers.
Cashiers’ Green Market, staged every Wednesday at the Village Green Commons, demands a careful browse.
The vast selection of produce and fruits of the farm give Highlands Marketplace a true Taste of the Plateau.
The Low Country Shrimp Boil, set for June 19 at Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park, is a ticket for an easy-going journey to the seashore. For tickets, visit foundersparkhighlands.org.
While StoryWalk at the Village Green spotlights Cashiers, Come Play With Me, it also tells the tale of a generous community.
The Bascom’s staging an irresistible exhibition that celebrates the seductive power of automotive art.
Highlands Motoring Festival, set for June 10-13, relies upon a small army of volunteers to ensure that everything purrs like a well-tuned engine.