Run or walk from Catawba's downtown Asheville South Slope tasting room and dodge zombies along the way in several "Outbreak Zones." Racers who wish to dress in costume are encouraged to come as zombies or other Catawba characters (i.e. Farmer Ted, Evening Joe, HOPness Monster, etc). A beer token is included with registration for racers who are 21 and up.
This beer festival is the capstone event of Asheville Beer Week, an annual celebration of all things WNC craft beer. Beer City Festival is partnering with Asheville Van Life to throw an Asheville lawn party. The vans will serve as "tour-able" pouring stations, with breweries partnering with attending van lifers. Ticket information can be found at BeerCityFestival.com.
Bring your friends, bring your good vibes and even bring your dogs out to Poelico Music and Arts Festival! Live music from start to finish with local art vendors, food trucks, full bar and much more.
Open to women in the community seeking support and information. Light refreshments are provided. For information, please contact Karen Williams, R.N., at 828.681.2790.
Get ready for even more fun and games alongside your favorites from last year like human foosball, hungry human hippos, keg bowling, Hammerschlagen and a costume contest. Of course, you’ll enjoy all of this with a beer in hand. All ticket sales are online, final and limited! You must be 21 and up and present a valid ID to attend.
This event is open for kids and adults and is a pasta making class designed especially for kids and adults to work together. Participants will make ravioli, fettuccine and two different sauces: marinara and Alfredo. There will be drinks for the kids, aprons and appetizers. Tickets: $75 for parent and child.
The following screenings will be offered: cholesterol/glucose, blood pressure, PSA blood draw and body composition. For more information, call 855.774.LIFE (5433).
Take the opportunity to explore the Farmstead with family for free. The school will provide a craft, forest exploration prompt, an engagement activity to further explore the theme of the month (Summer, the Sun and Shadows), educational boards on the theme and a raffle item.
Experience firsthand how food is grown in the Southern Appalachian Mountains! Choose from more than 20 WNC family farms to encounter the sights, tastes and stories of working farms through guided tours, demonstrations and hands-on activities. The tour is a wonderful summer adventure for visitors of all ages and interests. Learn more and purchase your tour pass at ASAPConnections.org.