Here are some more of our favorites:
Sept. 01 to Sept. 30 – Still Life – In and Out of the Box Gallery Show
At Red House Studios and Gallery, 310 W. State St. beside Monte Vista Hotel, Mon-Sat 11am-5pm and Sundays noon-4pm
Sept. 07 to Oct. 26 – Saturday Story Time
Free 10:30am (1hr.) at the Swannanoa Valley Museum. Grades 1-5. Hear the story of Rascal by Sterling North, participate in activities, meet Rascal.
Sept. 10 to Oct. 31 – Madison Inn Fall Art Series
Exhibit by Susan Shaw, local artist and Swannanoa Valley Fine Arts League President. View during restaurant hours: Mon-Sat (closed Wed.) 5-9pm and Sun. 11am-8pm.
Sept. 17 – WWC Constitution Day
Celebrate U.S. Constitution day with a lecture on democracy by Warren Wilson College President Steven L. Solnick. Free & open to public at 7pm in Canon Lounge of Gladfelter Student Center.
Sept. 17 – Light Room at the Light Center
Meditate with music while surrounded by high-intensity LED lights to help balance your energy centers.
Sept. 17 – Labyrinth
The Labyrinth is located behind the Light Center Dome. While you are here, please enjoy the Light Room and our trails to meditation destinations, too.
Sept. 19 – Local Plates – Local Pints
4-7pm at Pisgah Brewing. $20 advance $25 at gate (under 12 yrs. free.) Blk. Mtn. chefs, delicious food, local farms, pisgah beer & music by Crooked Pine Band. Fundraiser for Blk. Mtn. Tailgate Market. Get tickets at the Tailgate Market Saturday mornings,Merry Wine Market,or http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/451533
Sept. 19 – Third Thursday – Readings by Three Authors
Free. 6:30pm at Monte Vista Hotel. Nancy Poling “Had Eve Come First and Jonah Been a Woman”, Bill Forstchen “One Second After”, and Jerald Pope “Hold on a Second”.
Contact: Black Mountain Autors Guild
Sept. 21 – Rock the Quarry 5K Trail Challenge
9:30am at Grove Stone & Sand. Registration required. Cost determined by date of registration. Benefit for Blak Mountain Home for Children
Sept. 21 – Mill Around the Village Festival
Music, Vendors, Food, Games and more.
Sept. 21 – Throw Back to the Classics event
3pm at Lake Tomahawk Park. Classic cars, music of the 50’s-70’s, Food vendors Duke’s Hot Dogs and Norton’s Ice Cream, talent show, ending with outdoor film screening of “American Graffiti”
Contact: Black Mountain Recreation & Parks
Sept. 21 – Howl In
Tour begins at 3pm at Full Moon Farm Wolfdog Sancturary. Optional potluck dinner for $5 per plate – you bring sidedish. Call or email for details and directions.
Sept. 25 – McCall
Montreat College Center for Adult Lifelong Learning orientation reception 2pm at Highland Farms, Brookside Center.
Contact: Bob Shaw
Sept. 26 – Friends of the Black Mountain Library Benefit
4:30-6pm at Phil’s Bar-B-Que Pit. $10 for Friends members in advance, $15 for non-members or members at the door. Hors d’oeuvres and a glass of beer or wine, 10% off dinner, bring 5 or more used/new books for a raffle ticket. Get tickets at the library or reserve by emailing –
Sept. 27 – Jazz Cabaret Dinner Concert
Paris to New York with Peggy Ratusz-vocals, Gypxy Jazz ledegns One Leg up & other regional jazz vocalists and instrumentalists. Optional dinner by Blk. Mtn. Bistro 6:30, show at 8pm. Reservations required.
Sept. 28 – Third Annual Car & Bike Show
9am-5pm at Harley Davidson of Asheville, 20 Patton Cove Rd, Swannanoa. Raffles, food, vendors, door prizes, and dash plaques. Proceeds benefit the Swannanoa Fire Dept.
Sept. 28 to Nov. 02 – Scare Island Haunted Trail & Maze
Fridays & Saturdays. 7:30-9:30pm. $6 trail, $5 maze, $10 both. At SkyIsland Campground, 88 Flatlander Dr. Old Fort.
Credit: Black Mountain Calendar