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Tiny House National Conference Coming to Asheville

tiny house conference

The Tiny Life is proud to present The Third Annual Tiny House Conference. Open to builders, enthusiasts, and those who are
simply curious about the Tiny House movement, the conference will take place Saturday, April 2, and Sunday, April 3, in Asheville, North Carolina.

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Acropolis Pizza to Open at Asheville Outlets

Acropolis pizza asheville outlets

Asheville Outlets is pleased to welcome Acropolis Pizza to the Food Court. Known as “the place where locals eat,” this will be the restaurant’s second location. Acropolis specializes in traditional Mediterranean, Greek and Serbian cuisine, including salads, gyros, pasta and, of course, pizza. The Asheville Outlets location will offer a smaller menu than their Arden restaurant, but will still have the favorites they are known for. 

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Asheville’s First Ever Emerald City Ball held St. Patrick’s Day

emerald city tiny homes

This Thursday, March 17, is St. Patrick’s Day—a day known for wearing green and drinking beer. As “Beer City USA,” Asheville has no shortage of beer‐drinking venues. However, 2016 marks the first year of Asheville’s Emerald City Ball, a new event sponsored by Emerald City Tiny Homes, a local business that is launching on March 17, 2016.

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The Jazz Age comes to Asheville for Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald Day

Zelda Fitzgerald

Zelda Fitzgerald, “The First Flapper”, ushered in the roaring 20s. She was a force in one of America’s first power couples, living fast and flamboyantly. She bravely endured the stigmas of being a woman with a mental illness, and suffered for her art and creations. Sadly, Zelda died before her time in a horrible fire in Asheville.

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Chef Michael’s Returns To Vintage Carolina Charity Event

Vintage Carolina

Chef Michael’s Catering will once again provide delicious small-plate offerings at the annual Vintage Carolina gala charity event. Vintage Carolina is Community Foundation of Henderson County's signature event celebrating local philanthropy.

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Asheville Gallery of Art Presents “The Nature of Things” for April Show

Tebbe Davis

Asheville Gallery of Art’s April show, “The Nature of Things,” will feature the work of new member artists, Tebbé Davis, Mark Harmon, t.e. siewert, and Kate Thayer. This will be the second show in AGA’s new gallery space at 82 Patton Avenue. The artists will present works that highlight their diverse styles as they each interpret their view of the natural world. 

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Beer City Festival Announced For May 28 2016

beer city festival

Beer City Festival returns to Roger McGuire Green in downtown Asheville, NC for its seventh annual event on Saturday, May 28th, 2016. The full-day event features beer tastings from members of Western North Carolina’s prestigious Asheville Brewers Alliance (ABA) plus music from regional bands (TBA). Tickets go on sale this Friday, February 25th at noon ET.

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Asheville School of Film Student Film Screenings and Open House/Filmmaker Mixer

asheville school of film

Don't miss your chance to view the Asheville School of Film's (ASoF's) recent student films at the Asheville Pizza and Brewing Company on Merrimon Ave, Sunday March 6th, 2016, from 11 am- 12 Noon

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Award-Winning Filmmaker Starts Brother Blue Studio in Asheville

Stephen Nadeau

Award-Winning Filmmaker Starts His Dream Production and Social Media Company

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Clean Energy Asheville: A Report from Mayor Manheimer – Sunday, March 13

Clean Energy

Carolina Jews for Justice/West will sponsor a program, “Clean Energy Asheville: A Report from Mayor Manheimer.” on Sunday, March 13th from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm in Dave Hall at Congregation Beth HaTephila Congregation, 43 North Liberty Street in Asheville. The purpose of the meeting is to update the community on the collaborative partnership between the City of Asheville, Buncombe County and Duke Energy on building a 21st Century electric energy infrastructure in our community. In addition to Mayor Manheimer, panelists will include Councilwoman Julie Mayfield, and a Robert Sipes, General Manager of Duke Energy’s Western Region.

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