If the last year has left you feeling a little shaky, it’s time for a celebration! Otters are back to splashing on the Plateau! To catch a glimpse of these endlessly enchanting creatures, visit The Highlands Botanical Garden, open dawn to dusk, at 930 Horse Cove Road.
Magazine Issue: 2021/01 – Winter
Read the Heart of the Highlands Cashiers Plateau’s Winter 2021 issue
This “sparrow dipped in raspberry juice” stays the winter with us.
An appreciation for nature and tradition and a healthy sense of creative playfulness are woven into each of Michael and Joann Brown’s unique creations.
A bright-as-sunshine painting on display at Shakespeare & Company Booksellers recalls a golden afternoon when a pair of hot-air balloons adorned the skies above Highlands.
Jeannie Chambers’ latest book explores the perils and possibilities of glimpsing the future. Arnetta and The Mirror of Destiny is available locally as well as on Amazon.
For now, The Art League of Highlands-Cashiers is quietly marshaling its creative energies to shape a year of promise and progress.
The Bascom emerges from a shadowed 2020 with a string of new initiatives and a dazzling new website – thebascom.org.
A pair of bracing performances from the National Theatre of London and six groundshaking football championships are on the ticket at Highlands PAC. You can stage your own party as well – call (828) 526-9047 or visit HighlandsPerformingArts.com
Thanks to a “Hey, let’s put on a show!” enthusiasm fostered by scores of MGM musicals from yesteryear, Highlands Playhouse is embracing its 2021 season with dazzling new upgrades and a relentlessly optimistic spirit.
A deep reverence for the miracle and mysteries embedded in a piece of wood is the animating principle for woodworker/artist Vatsal Corbett.