Join the West Asheville Business Association (WABA) as we promote West Asheville this holiday season! West Asheville Holiday Window Decorating Contest Participating locations are asked to have their windows ready by December 4, 2015. (Online voting for Community Choice will go live December 6, 2015.) Window display must be visible from public streets and we […]
West Asheville ART routes have some of the highest ridership in the City of Asheville. The City is considering increasing fares and is looking for public comment regarding the proposed increases. There are six drop-in style meetings where you can get more information and provide input. The West Asheville one is on December 3, 2015, […]
Asheville — The RiverLink Bus Tour offers answers about Asheville’s past, present and future: What is the Wilma Dykeman RiverWay Plan and what does it hold for Asheville’s future? How did the Flood of 1916 change the river area landscape? The next tour will be Thursday, Dec. 17, when the public is invited to tour […]
Just when you thought the weekend was over… The Barleycorn Mondays kick in with Half Price Wings and $1 Off All Drafts!
David Joe Miller Presents “Carolina Christmas” with Michael Reno Harrell Wednesday December 16, 2015 Show begins at 7:00pm Buffalo Nickel, 747 Haywood Road, West Asheville Come celebrate the Holiday Season of 2015 with Michael Reno Harrell, telling stories and singing songs during his annual Carolina Christmas Show. This is a solo show filled with holiday […]
From Friday, November 20 through Thanksgiving Eve, Wednesday, November 25th, Short Street Cakes will host their seventh annual Cakesgiving Cake Sale. Cakesgiving features five of the best-loved cake flavors at a reduced price and available for pick up without an advance order. Dozens of Medium-Sized (2-layer 8″) Italian Cream Cake, Strawberry Short Street, Fresh Apple […]
Free drop-in event on November 6, 2015 at the Asheville Chamber. Learn how to get your business on Google Map! According to Google, 4 out of 5 consumers use search engines to find local information nearby, yet only 37% of businesses have claimed their listing on a search engine. Small businesses are the backbone of […]
The Watch For Me NC campaign has just a little over a month left. The campaign serves to educate both motorists and pedestrians in order to make Asheville a safer place for foot and bike travel! This short video provides some great visual explanation to some difficult pedestrian concepts!