The origins and motivation of the sub-culture of skateboarding have always supported individuality, creativity both through design and the physical, alternate thinking, questioning the norm with a bit of anarchy.
Since 2018, The Bascom has offered local and regional artists an opportunity to tell a larger narrative, explore new artistic concepts, and introduce a body of work to members and guests of the visual arts center through their Pop-Up Series.
This special exhibition is presented in partnership with Highlands Motoring Festival in the Bascom’s Bunzl Gallery. FreeWheeling: The Allure of the Automobile in Contemporary Art, will feature works of renowned international automotive artists, including canvas, paper, and sculpture.
Hike Bountiful Botany: Medicinal Plants of the Plateau at your own pace! This installation will be up for the entire month of June.The hike will consist of informational signs along the trail highlighting some of the medicinal plants found on the property.
Over the decades, The Church of the Good Shepherd’s annual Bazaar has earned a regional reputation. It’s only natural that it’s mushroomed into the year-round Bazaar Barn, 118 US Hwy 64 West (at Shoppes on the Green).
As visitors and summer residents of the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau return to the area for the season, the Cashiers Historical Society is proud to announce the return of their tours of The Zachary-Tolbert House.
Kelsey-Hutchinson Founder's Park
411 Pine St., Highlands
The Friends of Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park will host their 2021 Shrimp Boil on Saturday, June 19, at, naturally, KP Founders Park. There are protocols in place to ensure the event will be in accordance with Covid guidelines.