An ambitious program to help you and your neighbors cope with the ongoing stresses of 2021 is being offered on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau. To learn more and to participate, email [email protected].
Magazine Issue: 2021/04 – April
The Cashiers Historical Society has the perfect activity for those seeking their Inner Indiana Jones and their Hidden Dora the Explorer.
Professor Harbison recognized the precious nature of the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau, a particular genius that resonates with Earth Day 2021.
Elbert Watson served his community throughout his nearly 100 years. For more information about his life and the other big personalities that shaped southern Jackson County, visit GlenvilleCashiersHistory.com.
Oakleaf Flower and Garden, which has become a must-visit Highlands retail destination over the last 15 years, has transformed itself into an even more beguiling Main Street gallery.
It took a snowstorm to reveal what had been obvious from the start – Donna Woods and Marty Rosenfield were meant to find one another.
With its unique blend of exquisite vintages and irresistibly off-center dishes, The Farm at Old Edwards’ Top Chef Dinner, set for May 21, promises to be a meal to capture the palate and the imagination.
The Bridge at Mill Creek is hosting a pair of Wine Events to celebrate Bear Shadow, April 23 and 24. Reservations are a necessity – call (828) 526-5500.
For Glenn Ubertino, every meal that’s centered upon his savory pasta recipe is a valentine to beloved wife Kim and daughter Marley.
Cashiers Valley Smokehouse is serving up the cure for Covid-Cramped Craziness. It’s located at 281 US 64 West. To place an order, call (828) 547-2096.