2019 Labor Day Events in Asheville and WNC

Summer weather is still stubbornly holding out for at least a few more weeks. But for many, the activities of summer come to an end this weekend. Labor Day marks the unofficial end to the season: Vacations have been had. Children are back in school. There is a slight lull in tourism across Western North […]

WNC Heats up at These 24 Summer Festivals

There’s always something to do in Western North Carolina, and that’s never more true than during summer festival season. Our region hosts special events throughout the summer months that draw crowds of locals and visitors alike for family fun. Enjoy fun in the sun for the whole family! Don’t miss these 24 popular summer festivals: […]

2018 Labor Day Events in Asheville and WNC

Summer weather is still stubbornly holding out for at least a few more weeks. But for many, the activities of summer come to an end this weekend. Labor Day marks the unofficial end to the season: Vacations have been had. Children are back in school. There is a slight lull in tourism across Western North […]

2017 Labor Day Events in Asheville and WNC

The best part of a long Labor Day weekend is not laboring over anything—except maybe getting that old grill going. Labor Day marks the unofficial end to the summer season, and your last significant respite before after-school activities crank up, tourists rush in to see our beautiful fall colors, and (gasp!—already?) end-of-year holiday plans begin […]

Henderson County is the Apple of WNC’s Eye

Just south of Asheville and Buncombe County on I-26, Henderson County is a friendly community that currently has five incorporated towns/cities: Flat Rock, Fletcher, Hendersonville, Laurel Park, and Mills River. Of these, the county seat of Hendersonville is the only city with a dense urban center and significantly concentrated population. The area is known for […]

Our Hendersonville Office Rocks the Apple Festival

What started nearly seven decades ago as an apple blossom festival in Saluda has become rooted as the fall kickoff celebration of the region’s popular fruit. By the numbers, the North Carolina Apple Festival is in year 69, and drew around quarter of a million people to its Hendersonville home this past weekend.     […]