They came for their favorite bands, from close by and far away, in pairs and groups, young and old, and every age. They were there for the second Bear Shadow Music Festival– a cavalcade of extraordinary talent, a weekend of music and fans converging at its bucolic home at Winfield Farms in Scaly Mountain.
The heartbreak and joy of the Holy Week are celebrated at The Village Green of Cashiers, Good Friday, April 15, through Easter Sunday, April 17. To learn more about The Village Green and these events or make a donation, visit villagegreencashiersnc.com.
“A Jug of Wine, A Loaf of Bread and Thou” – somehow the 11th century’s Omar Khayyam predicted the vibrant spirit of Bear Shadow’s Wine, Women and Song, 2:00 to 4:00 P.M. Saturday, April 30, at Skyline Lodge. To reserve your spot, visit bearshadownc.com.
Chef Chadwick Boyd brings plenty of downhome flavor (with some 21st Century innovations) to his Chef’s Dinner at The Farm, Sunday, May 15. For more information and to book online, visit oldedwardshospitality.com/chefdinners.
The Fix Restaurant, Bar & Lounge, located at 3093 US 64 East in Sapphire, arrives in this quiet community as an exclamation point for food and fun and conversation. You can learn more at thefixsapphire.com, but you really should stop in.
Let’s put on a Show! Highlands Performing Arts Center’s Youth Theater program roars back to exuberant life with a series of classes and workshops, April 12 through May 14. For information or to register, email [email protected], or call (828) 200-0889 or (828) 743-0215.
Oh, The Lessons They Learned – the Center for Life Enrichment’s 2022 slate of classes offers tales both comical and dire, accounts of art and passion, and sweet, sweet sips and savors. For more information, visit clehighlands.com, call (828) 526-8811, or email [email protected].