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Asheville Fringe Festival Returns January 26th 2017

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The Asheville Fringe Arts Festival will return bigger and better for it's fifteenth year. With over 35 contracted artists and 18 ticketed shows, the bold festival just keeps growing and growing. The 2017 edition will feature some favorite dance/movement based artists from years’ past, including Jenni Cockrell, Lindsey Kelly Dance, Amanda Levesque and Kathy Meyers Leiner.  Puppetry fans will enjoy several shows in the line-up, including a premiere by Keith Shubert, as well as work by artists Broderick Jones, and West of Roan.

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EAST WEST HOLIDAY POP UP SHOP RETURNS DECEMBER 8th – 17th

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East West Pop Up Shop will be popping up with our 10-day Third Annual Holiday Pop Up Shop showcasing the best in handmade and vintage. The Holiday Pop Up will transform East West Venue into a boutique shopping experience full of carefully curated goods including 80+ local and regional independent vendors of handmade and vintage goods including housewares, furniture, decor, jewelry, clothing, gifts for baby and more. (full list available on website)

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Asheville Participates In World Climate Simulation

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 Asheville will be one of more than 20 cities around the world where World Climate simulations will be held this week on Tuesday, October 11, 2016, 5:30 – 8 p.m. Other locations include cities in Ghana, Ethiopia, South Korea, Argentina, UK, and Nigeria. World Climate is the award-winning “serious game” designed in Asheville by Climate Interactive, an organization with offices at The Collider.

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Dress Like A Zombie, Walk With Us, And Then Party October 9

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It's time once again for the 11th Annual Asheville Zombie Walk. And this year, zombies will walk the streets of our city.

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Fifty Local Businesses & Organizations Ready to Play at Open Streets Asheville Event

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Grab your walking shoes, bikes and Big Wheels and come play on car-free downtown streets Sunday, September 18 from 1-5 PM. Open Streets Asheville is a free, all-ages event that’s building a healthier, happier Asheville! Join us for an afternoon of free yoga, dance and gymnastics workshops; sport skill clinics; community arts; special promotions and more presented by nearly 50 locally-owned businesses and organizations. Just announced: the raffle of a new kids’ Schwinn Frontier bicycle.

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Burton Street Agricultural Fair Sept 17th

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Join RiverLink and partners at the Burton Street Agricultural Fair on Saturday Sept. 17, 2016, from noon -- 6 p.m. at the Burton Street Community Center (map).

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Riverlink Seeks to “Name That Creek” in Kenilworth

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RiverLink seeks to "Name That Creek" in the Kenilworth neighborhood

With the help of the City of Asheville and the Kenilworth Residents' Association (KRA), RiverLink's Name That Creek pro

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Twin Leaf Brewing Partners with Asheville Museum of Science

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Twin Leaf Brewing is teaming up with the Asheville Museum of Science (AMOS), previously known as the Colburn Science Museum, to create two beers that will raise funds for the museum’s current spotlight campaign. The collaboration supports AMOS’s expansion into the Wells Fargo building adjacent to Pritchard Park, a move which will almost double its exhibit and classroom space and allow for expanded science education programming in Western North Carolina.

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Pokemon Go Gyms in Asheville

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Pokemon Go is an augmented virtual reality game in the form of an app that is available free for download on Android and Apple phones. This week old app is wildly popular, with many participating fans running wild around Asheville trying to catch Pokemon, battle gyms, and get free balls, potions, and more at Poke Stops.

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Chimney Rock Gemstone Mine To Open At Asheville Outlets

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Asheville Outlets will soon be home to a new outpost for Chimney Rock Gemstone Mine. Headquartered in the Hickory Nut Gorge in historic Chimney Rock Village, the mine has long been a draw for tourists and locals alike. The Asheville Outlets mine will open at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, June 22nd and will be Chimney Rock Gemstone Mine’s third location. There is also a mine and retail store in downtown Greenville, South Carolina. 

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