The Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands is held at the Asheville, North Carolina Civic Center in July and October with exhibits from more than 200 artists filling two floors with fine handcrafted items. The fairs, a local tradition since 1948, showcase the work of members of
This year was the 10th anniversary of the festival for fans of the strange and unusual who keep finding their way to the street that is the heart, horror, and glory of fringe living in Downtown Asheville - Lexington Avenue.
The celebrated mountain tradition, Shindig on the Green, which showcases the region's rich heritage through its folk musicians and dancers, begins its 45th annual season this summer in the heart of downtown Asheville in Pack Square Park.
One of the great things about our town is its thriving arts community, and we're fortunate to know a talented water colorist who lives and works just a few blocks away from our Asheville, North Carolina Bed & Breakfast.
Asheville, North Carolina is not known as the Paris of the South just because of it's great restaurants and bohemian atmosphere, but primarily due to the large number of artists who live and work here. Musicians, visual artists, and writers all thrive in our town.
The Asheville Bed & Breakfast Association is hosting a tour of fourteen area inns on Saturday, April 16th and Sunday, April 17th. In addition to visiting these beautiful, historic homes, tour goers will be able to sample scrumptious food from some of the best independently owned local restaurants.
Asheville is the home of many artists: musicians, sculptors, painters, writers, and actors. They've come from all parts of the country and the world, and somehow settled in this plateau in the middle of the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.