During this series you will get to know your Inner Life to live a more whole, purposeful, and meaningful life. No writing experience necessary and sharing of your journal entries […]
Locals can enjoy 1/2 price off Highlands Aerial Park full mountain Ziplines tour in September between 9/6 and 9/30. When booking online use your local zip code in promo field.
Lasting Impressions presents sixty of the finest Japanese prints in the Read-Simms Collection at the Gibbes Museum of Art.
"Joy of Art" Sept. 15 - October 13
Leslie Jeffery, Featured Artist
Ann Lea Gallery of Fine Art, Cashiers
976 Hwy 64E.: Gallery across from and just past Ingles
The year 2022 marks the 60th anniversary of the Highlands Botanical Gardens. In celebration of this special occasion, the Highlands Biological Station is pleased to announce the resurrection of the Native Plant Symposium.
Guided by our theme, 60 Years of Conservation Gardening, we are excited to highlight the Highlands Botanical Gardens and the conservation efforts of its founders. This event will span two days with registration opening July 1st 2022. On Friday September 16th visitors are invited to the public Native Plant Symposium kick-off celebration at the Highlands Biological Station. Beginning with drop-in tours of the Highlands Botanical Gardens, from 4:00 pm-6:00 pm visitors can meet the speakers and learn about unique plants of the region. Following the tours, a lecture will be given by Executive Director Dr. Jim Costa. The following day, the ticketed Native Plant Symposium will be held at the Highlands Community Center from 9:00 am – 5:30 pm.
Highlands Marketplace; This local market opens Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. in Kelsey-Hutchinson Founders Park on Pine Street and you’ll want to arrive early for the best selections. Not only will you see your neighbors there shopping, but you’ll see local farmers, crafters, growers, artists, and bakers.
Enjoy a special Curator Talk with Sara Arnold, The Gibbes Museum Director of Curatorial Affairs. Amassed by Motte Alston Read of Charleston and his sister Mary Read Hume Simms of New Orleans during the first two decades of the twentieth century—the “Golden Age” of Japanese print collecting in America.
Known as the “Cheers” of Bookstores, the Bookworm in Highlands is affiliated with the Hudson Library: all books are donated; all staff are volunteers; and all funds go to help support the library. More than a retail store, we are a community service offering carefully sorted donated books to provide the best quality at a used bookstore price.
Saturdays on Pine - at Kelsey -Hutchinson Founders Park