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  • In-Person Animal Communication Workshop with Rain Hummingbird June 27, 28 +

    The Deepening - An Advanced Level Workshop - Asheville, North Carolina June 27 & 28, 2015 Saturday and Sunday10:00am to 5:00pm This workshop is Read More
  • Youth OUTright Adds Middle School Group +

    In the past few months, Youth Outright (YO) has received many inquiries regarding the need for services for middle school aged youth. Read More
  • Womansong of Asheville Spring Concert, “Happy” - June 13 & 14 +

    Womansong, Asheville, NC’s oldest and largest women’s community chorus invites you to its spring concert, “Happy”, at Rainbow Community School Performance Hall, Read More
  • Folkmoot Celebration & Spring Cleaning Sale May 2 +

    Celebrate May Day with Music, Dancing, Kids Activities & Special Foods from 11a.m. - 4p.m. After 32 years of collecting trinkets, old desks, Read More
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  • Womansong of Asheville Spring Concert, “Happy” - June 13 & 14

  • Ovewrcoming Stereotypes: Conversations Starters for Teens and Families from The Representation Project

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Special North Carolina Film Premiere: You're Looking at Me Like I Live Here and I Don't - Alzheimer's documentary film at MAHEC

Written by Mountain Area Health Education Center on . Posted in LIFESTYLES@HOME

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This groundbreaking and acclaimed documentary film screening is open to the public. A total immersion into the fragmented day-to-day experience of mental illness, "You're Looking at Me Like I Live Here and I Don't" is the first documentary filmed exclusively in a unit specifically for care of those with Alzheimer's and other dementias, and the first told from the perspective of someone suffering from Alzheimer's disease. May 12, 2015   6:30 PM-8:30 PM

ASAP Announces Cost Share & Promotional Support for Area Farmers

Written by Molly Nicholie on . Posted in FOOD, FARM, MARKETS

ASAP announces the launch of a farmer cost share program and the renewal of its popular wax produce box initiative, both designed to maximize economic opportunities for local farmers and identify “certified local food” in the marketplace in Western North Carolina. Both programs are part of ASAP’s Appalachian Grown™ program, which helps farmers enhance the competitiveness of their products in local markets. Through increased visibility of the Appalachian Grown brand, consumers can clearly identify certified local food where they shop and dine.


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