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Artists, RiverLink and Zealandia Holding Company Celebrate the French Broad River

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Asheville's premier landscape painters celebrate the French Broad River's rise from polluted obscurity to the defining element of the South's most exciting city at Of Time and the River: the Third Annual Art Show and Gala to Benefit RiverLink. The gala event will be held at the mysterious Zealandia castle, the historic 1908 Tudor Revival mansion on Beaucatcher Mountain overlooking the city of Asheville.

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Riverlink Seeks to “Name That Creek” in Kenilworth

French Broad River Photo by Adam Rice

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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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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RiverLink Awarded $510,000 from NC Clean Water Management Trust Fund

French Broad River Photo by Adam Rice

RiverLink is pleased to announce that it has received three grant awards from the North Carolina Clean Water Management Trust Fund (CWMTF). The organization will use the funds for three projects.

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RiverLink 20th Annual Riverfest August 8th

Orange Is The New Black Makes an appearance at Anything That Floats Parade | Photo Courtesy of RiverLink

RiverLink invites everyone to their biggest party of the year. The 20 plus year  annual RiverFest happens at French Broad River Park on Saturday, August 8 from 1 p.m. - 7 p.m., but the fun starts with the Anything That Floats Boat parade launch at 11 am at Hominy Creek Park.

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Join RiverLink for RiverMusic on Friday, June 12 in the RAD

Ben Miller Band

RiverLink's RiverMusic continues Friday, June 12. to the River Arts District for its fourth big year! RiverLink has put together another exciting lineup of music, food and beer for 2015. Gates at the RiverLink Sculpture and Performance Plaza (144 Riverside Drive in the River Arts District) open at 5. The music starts at 5:30, with the second band at 6:45 and our headliner at 8:15.

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Penland Creek Accepted As Name Of Creek In East West Asheville

Photo by Perry Quan | Flickr

Asheville can add one more name to its map. RiverLink is proud to announce that the name "Penland Creek," has been accepted for a stream in Westwood Place, a neighborhood in East West Asheville bounded by Haywood Road, Craven Street, I-26 and Patton Avenue. Penland Creek was chosen after months of community input and voting, representing a nod toward Johnny Penland and his father, Grover Penland, who began Penland's Auctions in the late 1950s on what is now the New Belgium site. The famous auction house was active until 2013.

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Frommer’s Tourism Guide: You’ve got the wrong idea about Asheville

Asheville River Arts District Warehouse Studios

Asheville has been making top 10 lists for years, driving tourists to our fair city by the droves. As much as the locals complain about tourist season, people understand that tourism dollars are a crucial part of Asheville's annual budget. It always makes us feel warm fuzzes inside seeing the city we love top another list. When the reasons for being added to the list are grossly misleading, however, it can make those warm fuzzies turn into seeds of rage. 

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CALLING ALL ARTISTS: LEARN HOW TO BE A CITY ART CONTRACTOR

Calling All Artists: Learn how to be a city art contractor

Join RiverLink and Brenda Mills to find out how as an artist you can become a contractor for the city. We are pleased to offer these special two hour interactive FREE information sessions at RiverLink's Warehouse Studios, 170 Lyman Street from 10 to 12. The next program will be held on September 25, with a final date of October 29.

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RiverLink announces the Comprehensive Creek Care program

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RiverLink announces the Comprehensive Creek Care program, an approach to neighborhood creek care that approaches water quality improvements in a variety of ways. Neighborhoods, businesses, churches and other groups around Western North Carolina have already worked to improve water quality through RiverLink's Adopt-A-Stream program. RiverLink is now offering more tools for more improvements: litter cleanups, stormdrain marking, invasive species removal, and giving unnamed streams names.

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