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ART IN THE PARK RAIN DATE

ART IN THE PARK RAIN DATE

This is the rain date for the September 26th, 2020 Art in the Park. If September 26th was rained out, the event will be held on this date, October 3, 2020. Art in the Park is sponsored by the Connestee Art League of Brevard. The festival was scheduled for Saturday, September 26, 2020 and is on Route 276, on the property of Brevard Elementary School. The address is 399 Greenville Hwy, Brevard, NC 28712. Art in the Park benefits arts programs for children and programs for adults in the Brevard Community. It is one of the League’s annual fundraisers. The outstanding lineup includes two-dimensional artists such as painters, illustrators and photographers, etc. We also have three-dimensional artists such as potters, woodworkers, jewelry makers, stained glass artists and many, many more. Many of the artists are also featured in local stores and galleries. Food will be available on site as well. The public is invited to come and enjoy the day, shop for original artistic creations, taste some wonderful food and join in the fun. Bring the kids, bring the grandparents, and have a day of fun. Enjoy art and nature, because so much of the art is about our beautiful surroundings here in Transylvania County. After you enjoy the fair, you can also visit local landmarks such as Pretty Place and Caesar’s Head State Park. Take a hike in DuPont State Forest or Pisgah Forest and take in some of the most magnificent views in the area. We look forward to seeing all of you there! In case of rain, the event will be held on Saturday, October 3... Read More
PISGAH NIGHTS – MORE SPACE, SPIES AND SECRETS

PISGAH NIGHTS – MORE SPACE, SPIES AND SECRETS

On the Evening of October 2, 2020 from 6-8pm The Learning Center at PARI will host a follow-up to the talk and the history tour of our unique site that has been home to NASA, Department of Defense, N.C. Forest Service and presently Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute and The Learning Center at PARI. A visual slideshow and history tour will accompany the presentation. The evening will be an expansion on the previous Space, Spies and Secrets. Brad McCall who has a deep family history with the site will lead the evening with his deep insights into the campus and its history. Other staff and volunteers will also be included with their personal stories along with their past and present relationships with the site. Miss the first Space, Spies and Secrets? No problem! The talk will have an overview of the first event to get you up to speed. Lite snacks will be... Read More
ART IN THE PARK RAIN DATE

ART IN THE PARK RAIN DATE

This is the rain date for the June 27th, 2020 Art in the Park. If June 27th was rained out, the event will be held on this date, July 11, 2020. Art in the Park is sponsored by the Connestee Art League of Brevard. The festival was scheduled for Saturday, June 27, 2020 and is on Route 276, on the property of Brevard Elementary School. The address is 399 Greenville Hwy, Brevard, NC 28712. Art in the Park benefits arts programs for children and programs for adults in the Brevard Community. It is one of the League’s annual fundraisers. The outstanding lineup includes two-dimensional artists such as painters, illustrators and photographers, etc. We also have three-dimensional artists such as potters, woodworkers, jewelry makers, stained glass artists and many, many more. Many of the artists are also featured in local stores and galleries. Food will be available on site as well. The public is invited to come and enjoy the day, shop for original artistic creations, taste some wonderful food and join in the fun. Bring the kids, bring the grandparents, and have a day of fun. Enjoy art and nature, because so much of the art is about our beautiful surroundings here in Transylvania County. After you enjoy the fair, you can also visit local landmarks such as Pretty Place and Caesar’s Head State Park. Take a hike in DuPont State Forest or Pisgah Forest and take in some of the most magnificent views in the area. We look forward to seeing all of you there! In case of rain, the event will be held on Saturday, July 11,... Read More
Art in the Park, Brevard, NC, Route 276 at Brevard Elementary School

Art in the Park, Brevard, NC, Route 276 at Brevard Elementary School

ART IN THE PARK Art in the Park is sponsored by the Connestee Art League of Brevard. This is their 16th annual summer festival. The festival will be held on Saturday, June 27, 2020 and is on Route 276, on the property of Brevard Elementary School. The address is 399 Greenville Hwy, Brevard, NC 28712. Art in the Park benefits arts programs for children and programs for adults in the Brevard Community. It is one of the League’s annual fundraisers. The outstanding lineup includes two-dimensional artists such as painters, illustrators and photographers, etc. We also have three-dimensional artists such as potters, woodworkers, jewelry makers, stained glass artists and many, many more. Many of the artists are also featured in local stores and galleries. Food will be available on site as well. The public is invited to come and enjoy the day, shop for original artistic creations, taste some wonderful food and join in the fun. Bring the kids, bring the grandparents, and have a day of fun. Enjoy art and nature, because so much of the art is about our beautiful surroundings here in Transylvania County. After you enjoy the fair, you can also visit local landmarks such as Pretty Place and Caesar’s Head State Park. Take a hike in DuPont State Forest or Pisgah Forest and take in some of the most magnificent views in the area. We look forward to seeing all of you there! In case of rain, the event will be held on Saturday, July 11, 2020. ABOUT THE CONNESTEE ART LEAGUE The Art League is a non-profit organization. The community’s many talented visual artists... Read More
Opening Day and Appalachian Folkways Celebration at the Cradle of Forestry

Opening Day and Appalachian Folkways Celebration at the Cradle of Forestry

Opening Day at the Cradle of Forestry celebrates Appalachian culture and heritage from the days of the Biltmore Forest School. Visitors will journey back in time to a small 1900’s mountain community on the historic Biltmore Campus Trail to explore how people of the day worked and played. Guests are encouraged to interact with demonstrators, who bring the community to life with working draft horses, open hearth cooking, old time wash, blacksmithing, traditional music and games. This year’s opening day is included in the Appalachian Folkways series, focusing on the theme of farming, food and family... Read More