Enjoy singing? Have a love of music? Our fall/winter rehearsal season starts Thursday, September 12 at 7:00pm. Location is Fletcher United Methodist Church, 2 Library Rd, Fletcher. Auditions not required. We have lots of fun. Please contact the director Chris Georger firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Western North Carolina’s largest non-profit Corn Maze and fall event opens to the public September 14th. All money raised from the 6-week event benefits Eliada’s vast continuum of care for children and youth 0-25 years old. In addition to the maze, there will be the tractor ride, jumping pillow, corn kernel sand box, spider web climber, tube slides, corn cannons, and you can be a monster mystery detective by following clues to find monsters hidden throughout the cornfield. Tickets are $10 for all ages over 3, and $8 per person for groups of 12 or more.
There will be Gospel Music by The Brank Family September 13 at First Baptist Church, Weaverville Sanctuary, 63 North Main Street at 7:00 pm. The program will be dedicated in Loving Memory of Jean Mullinax. Free will offering received to benefit Music Club Programs.
The Asheville All Stars will headline the last Downtown After Five free outdoor music concert of the season September 20. The Asheville All Stars feature some of AVL’s best musicians making music together. The fun begins at 5:00 PM on North Lexington Avenue near the I-240 overpass. Enjoy local and national beers and a variety of food vendors. Admission is free; however, you must buy a $2 wristband to purchase beer, hard cider and wine.
The Riverstone Apartments Fall Festival will be held at 14 Wooster St. in Arden September 28 from 12 – 4 PM. This free fall festival includes food, beer, desserts, a bounce house, dunk tank, face painting, cotton candy, popcorn, and a photobooth! Family friendly.
Join your District 1 Commissioners, Jasmine Beach-Ferrara and Al Whitesides, for their latest coffee hour at the Beaverdam Volunteer Fire Department on Sept. 24, 9 -10:30 a.m. County Manager Avril Pinder will also be on hand. Commissioners host these informal events across District 1 to meet folks, listen to what’s on your mind, and share updates from Buncombe County.