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Asheville Yoga Festival Scheduled for July 27-30

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Asheville Yoga Festival is pleased to announce its dates for 2017. The Festival, formerly Asheville YogaFest, is in its fourth year and is now under the ownership and direction of Asheville residents and veteran yoga practitioners Amanda Hale and Sara Levine LaStella. The festival will feature over 30 presenters and 70+ offerings, including yoga, music, outdoor activities, and unique health & wellness vendors. 

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RiverLink Gives Update on Karen Cragnolin Park

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RiverLink announces another step towards completion of Karen Cragnolin Park

 
The site of the EDACO junkyard for over 20 years, RiverLink

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River Arts District Fall Studio Stroll and Food Drive

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River Arts District Artists Aim to “Feed the Body and Soul” by collecting ½ Ton of Food for Manna at Fall Studio Stroll

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New River Access on the French Broad River at Pearson Bridge

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Ribbon cutting ceremony marks the opening of a new river access on the French Broad River in Asheville

 
On Wednesday, June 22 at 4:30 p.m., at the Pearson Bridge river a

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Salvage Station set to open its doors on June 1st in Asheville, NC

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The Salvage Station is proud to announce that its doors will officially open on June 1st at 2pm. The full service bar and restaurant venue located along the French Broad River will be open to the public five days a week and available for rent to private parties and events. The venue will also serve as a hub for live music featuring local, regional, and national artists. Upcoming events include The Hip Abduction with Les Amis on Friday, June 3rd (free show), and an official Grand Opening Party on June 10th.

The new venture, developed by Danny McClinton and co-owned with Jimi Rentz, Patrick Huss, and Matt Ragaller, will incorporate many of the food service and outdoor traits that make Asheville great. "We will have the ability to serve delicious food and drink options and also provide a family-friendly outdoor experience for all of our guests. Plus, live music will play a huge role in our upcoming events calendar.", said McClinton. 

The food menu will feature a range of small, shareable Asheville street food items and full plate offerings including tacos, sliders, and house-smoked Appalachian BBQ served with Southern sides. The kitchen will be led by Josh Heald, formerly of Barley’s Taproom, and Gwendolyn Hageman from Artisan Cafe. The full-service bar will have liquor, can beer, wine, and hand-crafted cocktails.

The venue will be open to the public unless otherwise posted Wednesday-Thursday from 2pm - 12am, Friday-Saturday from 12pm-2am, and Sunday from 12pm-10pm. Only certified service animals are allowed. The live music calendar can be found SalvageStation.com/events.

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“Hold Your Horses” Fundraiser to Benefit Heart of Horse Sense

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Colburn Earth Science Museum 3rd Annual Benefit

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New Belgium’s Asheville Brewery Opens for Public Tastings May 2

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On Monday, May 2, beer fans can kick back along the French Broad River in Asheville and sip a Fat Tire Amber Ale in New Belgium’s sparkling new “Liquid Center” tasting room. The doors swing open at 21 Craven Street, Asheville, NC and the public will be able to taste New Belgium beers for the first time at the brewery’s new location. Tasting room hours are Monday through Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sunday noon to 8:00 p.m. Public brewery tours will start this summer.

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19th Annual Kiwanis Biltmore 15k/5k Classic

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Runners mark your calendars! The Kiwanis Club of Asheville presents the 19th Annual Kiwanis 15k/5k Classic Sunday, May 15th, 2016 at 7:15 am upon the grounds of Asheville's very own Biltmore Estate. This race draws all levels of competitors every year from across the region, and never fails to thrill onlookers as runners post fast times and battle it out from the starting gun to exciting kicks to the finish tape. Thanks to the efforts of race organizers, sponsors, and the support of local businesses, this race offers a once-in-a-lifetime kind of experience year after year. The race attracts a positive influx of traffic into the local economy, and supports the good work of the Kiwanis Charities. 

Course Overview-The race takes place against the backdrop of the world-renowned Biltmore Estate. Striding across cobbled courtyards, passing formal gardens and skirting the boundaries of the tranquil French Broad River, competitors may find themselves daydreaming: imagining they are making their rounds as Old World barons and baronesses from another time. Both courses are run entirely on the scenic grounds of the Biltmore Estate. Beginning at Antler Hill Village, the 15k course climbs to Deerpark Restaurant then follows the undulating main road to Biltmore House. Here, runners will loop in front of its massive front doors. Runners will then circle through the Walled Garden, pass by the Azalea Garden and lagoon along the French Broad River, and finish by returning to Antler Hill Village. The first half of the course has two challenging hills, while the second half is downhill-to-flat. The proximate 5K course is a flat, out-and-back course starting at the Village and paralleling the French Broad River, and is a great venue to grab a new PR!

Kiwanis Charities-Proceeds from the race will be used to help fund the Kiwanis Charities. Specifically, shares of these revenues will be used to support the following local Kiwanis Initiatives: Sleep Tight Kids, Smart Start, 4-H Calf Program, "Paun-demonium" Chess, School Spelling Bees, Bike Giveaway, Family Fun Day, Christmas Shopping Spree, Down Syndrome Buddy Walk, Action Club, Key Club, Terrific Kids, Asheville Buncombe County Christian Ministry, Salvation Army, and Boys & Girls Clubs. These youth-centric programs aim to improve the quality of life for local kids, and your participation in this race will help them to stay afloat and back the leaders of our collective future.

Registration- A cap of 1,100 participants has been set for the Biltmore/Kiwanis races. The races have a history of selling slots out quickly, so act fast to secure spots. There is NO race day registration. The races are also part of the Royal Trifecta Challenge, which offers prizes and recognition for runners who compete in all three iDaph events at Biltmore: The Asheville Marathon & Half, The Kiwanis Classic 15k/5k, and Asheville Duathlon,10k Trail Run and Inaugural Bike event the Gravel Grinder. For registration information visit: http://biltmorekiwanisclassicrace.com/

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Annual Collier Lilly Ride At Mountain Sports Festival

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