From its beginning in the 1970s, Toe River Arts (TRA) has provided steadfast support to artists and communities within its reach in Western North Carolina. The two-county arts council (Yancey and Mitchell) goes further beyond helping its artist members, also providing programs, events, and much more to schools and folks of all ages. While you … Read more
Nealy Andrews is the Executive Director of Toe River Arts. She shares how her team is helping area artists and communities in Yancey and Mitchell counties.
Burnsville is a lovely Western NC town, where you’ll find fun things to do, great places to eat, shop and plan your next outdoor adventure.
These options for day trips from Asheville include our favorite things to do throughout Western North Carolina (hiking, waterfalls, small towns).
Grassy Creek Falls in Little Switzerland is an incredible 25-foot multi-level cascade waterfall that sits on private property but remains open to the public. It’s a short walk from the parking lot and even your room at Switzerland Inn if you’re fortunate enough to be staying there. And while this hike near Spruce Pine is … Read more
We are always on the lookout for fun things to do with our little one and have discovered tons of kid-friendly events in North Carolina.
We hope you enjoy reading things to do in North Carolina in September and pick a few local events and festivals or even a big-time event or two to enjoy.
Here’s a rundown of fall things to do in North Carolina that will show you there are plenty of local events and festivals to visit.
For our rundown of things to do in North Carolina in August, we’ve got plenty of foodie fun, family-friendly festivals, and watery celebrations for you.
Thanks to these 40 things to do in North Carolina in June, it’s easily one of our favorite times of the year to travel through our state.