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Ingles to Donate 50 Cases of Cat Food to Asheville Humane Society

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On Wednesday, November 7 at 9 AM, Ingles Markets will be delivering 2 pallets of dry cat food to Asheville Humane Society for their Pet Food Assistance Program.

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Climate Change Innovators To Be Featured in Asheville At 2019 Climate City Expo

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Climate City Expo takes place March 29 - April 7, 2019, organized by The Collider, a climate innovation center in Asheville, N.C.

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Spooky Spoken Word OPEN MIC! on Monday October 29th

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David Joe Miller presents a Spooky Spoken Word Open Mic on Monday October 29th. All writers, storytellers and poets are invited to attend and participate. The theme is "spooky" and Miller urges you to bring your "spookiest" words. Costumes are welcomed and encouraged.

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Hi-Wire Brewing to Expand Distribution to Memphis

Hi-Wire Brewing will be launching distribution into the entire city of Memphis, TN beginning Saturday, October 20 with roll-out events scheduled through October 23 throughout the city.

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Philip DeAngelo Studio’s Celebrates 10 Years With Anniversary Party

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Asheville artist Philip DeAngelo is celebrating 10 years in the Wedge Building of Asheville‘s historic River Arts District. Please come celebrate with us on Second Saturday, December 8th from 4:00 - 6:30pm.

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New Front Entrance Opens at WNC Nature Center

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The WNC Nature Center will welcome guests into their new front entrance beginning Wednesday, September 12, 2018. The Center will be closed to guests on Tuesday, September 11th in preparation.

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Inaugural Smokies Stomp Raises Over $60,000 to Support National Park

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Community members from across Western North Carolina gathered for the inaugural Smokies Stomp Barn Party in support of Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP) Saturday, July 21st. The event raised more than $60,000 to fund park projects and featured a ‘fund-a-cause’ for Parks As Classrooms, which provides hands-on curriculum-based environmental education programming for thousands of WNC schoolchildren. 

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AMOS Announces New Executive Director

Amanda Bryant Takes the Helm as Museum Continues to Grow

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GreenWork Makes the Dream Work

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To help keep Asheville’s natural lands and waterways free from trash, Asheville Yoga Center is raising funds for Asheville GreenWorks as its Charity of the Month for June 2018.

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Fundraising Goes Public for Red Panda Exhibit at Nature Center

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The Friends of the WNC Nature Center will fund 83% of the Asheville City Council’s approved $184,820 project: construction of a red panda habitat. “We’re excited to work with the City to make this project possible. We have agreed to donate $154,200 toward the construction of this habitat,” said Kelly Shanafelt, Executive Director of the Friends. The Friends will rely on individual donors as well as grant funders to raise the $154,200 and they’re already well on their way!

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