Please note, we do not have a meeting on the schedule at this time.
Upcoming meetings in the planning stages include one for the businesses located along the eastern end of Haywood Road to keep them apprised of details on the construction schedule for New Belgium Brewery and a summer social picnic in one of the area parks.
We will send notices out via our enews and social media accounts when future meetings are scheduled.
Thank you for your interest.
Mountain Sports Festival: May 24-26
Festival Village: Carrier Park
Check out the schedule of events: http://mountainsportsfestival.com/events/master-schedule
Keep an eye out for the Second Gear booth. Visit them for all your festival needs: sunscreen, hats, water bottles, sunglasses, sandals, rain gear, tees, and shorts!
And, yes, The Hop will be scooping up their delicious ice cream all weekend.
THANKS to the Community Partners that help make this event possible:
The City of Asheville and local design non-profits, Asheville Design Center and OPEN Asheville host a community engagement event on Friday, May 31 from 5-8 p.m. at t Jean Webb Park, 30 Riverside Drive.
Give input on the:
- West Asheville Bus Shelter
- Riverside Drive Redevelopment
- Summer Design Build Project
- Mission Health Placemaking Project
Have an idea? Here’s a great place to SPEAK UP and be heard!
April 29-June 29
428 1/2 Haywood Road
For those who delight in the printed letter, Homegrown Alphabets is an exhibition not to be missed. Juried by local artist and letterpress printer Eleanor Annand, the show promises to be a celebration of the ascenders, descenders and serifs that compose our written language. Artists across the country have submitted work that uses letterpress and printmaking processes to showcase the beauty and versatility of typography in the tradition of print graphics. The result is a clever and varied pool of work featuring original alphabets and fresh uses of existing type, from which Annand will curate the show. Visitors to Asheville BookWorks are invited to explore the studio and revel in the playful ingenuity of these typographical works of art.
For more information: http://gallery.ashevillebookworks.com/category/current-exhibit/
Center Holistic Medicine will have a chiropractor starting in June. David Marn, Chiropractic Physician, will officially start on Monday, June 3rd. Call 505-3174 to make an appointment with him or book online at: http://www.centerholistic.com
David will be doing very thorough one hour initial appointments that include an adjustment for $65 and 20-30 minute follow-ups for $45. He will also be available for emergency appointments after hours for a surcharge of just $30. Yes, he will come to meet you at the Center any time if you need him! You know you’ve got a true and compassionate healer on hand when they are volunteering to be on call for emergencies! His main techniques include Bio-Energetic Synchronization Technique, Sacro Occipital Technique, and Kinesiology.