Details of the 2020 Bearfootin’ Art Walk & Auction Announced

by: David Lawson • 01/06/2020

Bearfootin’ Art Walk Courthouse Square & Main Street Hendersonville, NC May 9 is the Bear Reveal! Historic Downtown Hendersonville presents the 18th annual Bearfootin’ Art Walk & Auction. Bears will be created in a whimsical artistic fashion and will decorate the downtown area. The bears provide an interesting addition to the Main Street and can […]

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Flat Rock Playhouse Announces Its 2020 Lineup

by: David Lawson • 12/30/2019

Flat Rock Playhouse 2661 Greenville Hwy Flat Rock, NC 28731  828.693.0731 www.flatrockplayhouse.org The playhouse announced its 2020 schedule. Tickets can be purchased at the Flat Rock Playhouse website or by calling the Box Office at (828) 693-0731. The 2020 shows are: On the Leiman Mainstage Million Dollar Quartet – April 24 – May 17 Steel […]

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Snow Tubing at Black Bear is a Hendersonville Must

by: David Lawson • 12/30/2019

Black Bear Snow Tubing 373 Kerr Road Hendersonville, NC 828.685.1155 One of Hendersonville’s favorite winter activities, snow tubing! Slide down a 500-foot slope on tubes is a fun way to spend the afternoon and evening with the family. The slopes have a tube-tugging system that allows you to ride your tube back to the top […]

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Plans Scheduled for Annual Garden Jubilee Festival in May

by: David Lawson • 12/30/2019

The Garden Jubilee Festival Downtown Hendersonville, NC 28739 May 23 – 24 (Memorial Day Weekend) With spring and early summer comes gardening in Hendersonville. The Annual Garden Jubilee Festival is one of the largest and premier garden shows in Western North Carolina. The festival is held over the two-day Memorial Day weekend along Main Street […]

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Date Set For The 2020 Tail Chaser

by: David Lawson • 12/30/2019

The Tail Chaser 250 Oskar Blues REEB Ranch 315 Shoals Falls Road Hendersonville, NC 28739 April 25 An adventurous 250K/175-mile ride through beautiful Western North Carolina. The weather will be warming as spring invades the mountains around Hendersonville with the grass turning green and the trees blooming. The ride is a combination of paved, gravel […]

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Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra to Present ‘Once Upon A Time’

by: David Lawson • 12/30/2019

Once Upon A Time Presented by the Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra Blue Ridge Community College Concert Hall 49 East Campus Drive Flat Rock, NC 828.697.5884 March 28 The Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra presents the classic tale of good vs. evil. Tchaikovsky’s Lilac Fairy and Calaboose, Menken’s Belle, Gaston, Lumiere, and the Beast, and Berlioz’s journey through infatuation […]

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Explore The Oklawaha Greenway

by: David Lawson • 12/03/2019

The Oklawaha Greenway is a short 5-minute drive from downtown Hendersonville and a step into nature. Part of the watershed of Henderson County, the 3.5-mile greenway winds its way along Mud Creek, through wetlands, meadows of native flowers and grasses, and native forests. The greenway connects four parks around Hendersonville. The greenway is a local […]

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Experience Winter Lights at the N.C. Arboretum

by: Luke Wherry • 12/01/2019

The North Carolina Arboretum features its annual Winter Lights every night from 6-10 p.m. through Jan. 4. The Arboretum’s gardens feature unique displays and landscapes of hundreds of thousands of holiday lights. Winter Lights features interactive games, a model train exhibit, free crafts, a nature-themed animatronic children’s program and more. Proceeds from Winter Lights help […]

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Know Before You Go: The Hendersonville Christmas Parade

by: Mandy Henderly • 11/18/2019

Main Street hosts several parades throughout the year, but the most special parade is the Christmas parade. Each year, locals and tourists alike line Main Street to enjoy an old fashioned holiday parade. It’s a great way to jump start the holiday season with plenty of good cheer. Here are a couple of quick facts […]

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Here Comes Santa Street Lighting Planned

by: Luke Wherry • 11/11/2019

Hendersonville officially kicks off the Christmas season on Nov. 29, the Friday after Thanksgiving, with it’s annual Here Comes Santa Street Lighting with the long-awaited arrival of Santa.  The town welcomes everyone on the Historic Courthouse Square at 5:00 pm to ring in the Christmas season with carols while warming themselves with cider and hot […]

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