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27281
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There are a number of activities to partake in while visiting Brevard. Hiking trails, amazing views, art, and squirrel hunting are a few of the things visitors can do while in the area.
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29689
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A trip to McDowell County, North Carolina yields time travel for history buffs, high adventure for outdoors enthusiasts and pure delight for art and music lovers. Popular places to visit in McDowell County include Old Fort and Marion.
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29700
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Toe River Arts Council’s (TRAC’s) twenty-third annual Holiday Studio Tour will feature more than seventy artists in Yancey and Mitchell counties. A guide lists artists and galleries on a map of the tour. This is an opportunity for the community and visitors to meet artists where they live and work.
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Arthur Morgan School is a nonprofit boarding and day school in the Celo community near Burnsville, North Carolina. This school uses a different approach to learning, one that is based on Montessori and Quaker values such as simple living and consensual decision making. The result is a progressive farm school where students live, work, create and learn together.
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The nineteenth century saw the proliferation of water-driven gristmills, liberating rural people from laborious hand grinding and providing community gathering places. Although automation largely replaced traditional milling, many mills still operate today, including the Dellinger Mill near Bakersville, North Carolina.
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The Collider opened in March in downtown Asheville, North Carolina as a place where climate service professionals come together to collaborate on innovation within the industry. The Collider’s location offers proximity to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency’s National Centers for Environmental Information.
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29721
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Marc and Marianne Blazar opened a new restaurant at the Orchard Inn in Saluda, North Carolina. The cuisine is New American with an emphasis on sustainable farming, local produce and meats. The Blazars strive to reduce their carbon footprint and promote a healthier lifestyle.
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29722
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Marc and Colleen Wheeler, owners of Wedding Festivals, have produced bridal trade shows for more than twenty-five years, with eight annual shows in Western North Carolina. Gathering hundreds of wedding professionals and vendors in one place saves wedding planners time and energy.
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29723
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Many jewelers in Asheville, North Carolina offer customized wedding ring designs that go beyond the traditional gold bands of the past. Jewelry designers can make rings to reflect a couple’s story, to incorporate family symbols, or to fulfill any creative request.
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29748
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In Western North Carolina, Hendersonville’s Balfour Education Center is a non-traditional high school that offers classes in business, criminal justice, firefighting, and mechatronics. The school’s Art Academy offers four levels of art instruction, and provides students with the opportunity to participate in community projects and art shows.
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29752
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Western North Carolina has a longstanding appreciation for traditional arts and crafts, and creative learning opportunities abound. The John C. Campbell Folk School offers a wide range of classes in blacksmithing, jewelry, music, woodworking, cooking and writing. Other schools provide workshops and training in marbling, arts entrepreneurship, pottery, and letterpress.
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29751
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For the last 30 years, Mountain Area Radio Reading Service (MARRS) has broadcasted a news radio program for blind and visually impaired people in Asheville and surround areas. The program is run by George deWalder, Jonathan Milam, and sixty volunteers who provide on-air readings of local newspapers and national publications.
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29792
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The towns of Sylva and Dillsboro in Jackson County, North Carolina offer unique experiences for day trippers. The towns are shopping destinations for antiques, arts and crafts, and fly fishing equipment. Hiking, rafting and kayaking are just some of the outdoor activities for nature-lovers.
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29827
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Savannah Trantham and Kimberly Brewster cofounded Appalachian Wild to provide care and shelter for injured and orphaned wild animals in Western North Carolina. They also started the Wands for Wildlife program, which collects mascara wands to be repurposed as cleaning tools for injured animals.
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29833
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The small town of Saluda in Polk County, North Carolina was largely shaped by the railroad, and its history is reflected in local stories, arts, crafts, and outdoor offerings. Shops and art galleries downtown show off all things local and Saluda’s eclectic style. Popular outdoor activities include The Gorge Zipline, whitewater trips, and waterfall rappelling.
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