The TC Arts Council has partnered with the Connestee Art League to present this art exhibit featuring its members from Nov. 24 to Dec. 15. The opening reception will be held during the Brevard Thanksgiving Gallery Walk on Friday, Nov. 24, from 5 to 8 pm at the TC Arts Council. TC Arts is located at 349 S. Caldwell Street in Brevard. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 9:30am to 4:30pm. For more information call 828-884-2787 or go to www.tcarts.org.
Applications are being accepted for sponsors of art banners that will hang off street poles in Downtown Hendersonville in 2018. There are $200 sponsorships available until Dec. 31. From Jan. 1-15, sponsorships will increase to $225. There will be a total of 50 banners in the 2018 exhibit. Artists who wish to apply to be included in the 2018 ArtScape banner display have a deadline of Jan. 19 to submit their work, application and entry fee. Visit ArtScapeHendersonville on Facebook…
Gallery offers a handmade holiday ornament to raise funds for a non-profit organization. All of the proceeds from the sale of this ornament will go to Thermal Belt Outreach, which has provided financial and food assistance to thousands of Polk County residents for over 20 years. The ornament is an entwined Celtic heart cast in pewter by artist Cynthia Webb.
Gallery presents 100 original works of art by regional artists for $100. Fundraiser for nonprofit gallery includes both 2D and 3D work.
The Show and Tell Pop Up Shop presents a Holiday Spectacular with rooms on the Masonic Temple's third floor filled with an array of handmade, design and vintage items. The event kicks off with a Dec. 6 preview party from 5-9pm with swag bags, live music, complimentary food, beverages, fairy hair and tarot readings.
Come purchase crafts made by regional artists and take care of all of your holiday shopping needs. There are new items every week.
The Henderson County Library has unveiled an art wall, a space devoted to celebrating local artists and their work. The current exhibit showcases paintings, graphite drawings and pottery.
Children are invited to learn about dreidels and play the game. They will also discover a seasonal tradition that is during the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah, which begins Dec. 12 and ends Dec. 20. This activity is free with $5 admission.
Downtown Hendersonville merchants will vie for the honor of best holiday window displays and lighting. Winners will be announced Dec. 15.
The Lake Julian Festival of Lights includes 50 animated and stationary light displays. The drive-through display is Dec. 2-23. A walk-through display is Dec. 1 from 6-9pm. Twenty percent of proceeds are donated to Buncombe County Special Olympics. Purchase advance tickets online.
Henderson County Parks and Recreation is having men's basketball registration through Dec. 22. The cost is $450 per team for an eight-week season that begins in January.
Church wellness ministry invites everyone to join a twice-weekly walking exercise class. After a devotion, a walking DVD gives participants the option to walk between one and four miles. Weights and stretch bands are available. Drop-ins are welcome.
The Brevard-Hendersonville Parkinson’s Support Group meets the second Tuesday of each month, except for June and August. Contact Dick and Jane Orwoll at 828-693-8715 for more information.
Craft in Toyland opens on Saturday, Nov. 18, at Grovewood Gallery in Asheville, just in time for the holidays. This group exhibition will showcase handcrafted toys and games, all of them American made. Also on display will be a collection of antique wooden toys from the heyday of Tryon Toy Makers & Wood Carvers, on loan from Tryon resident Rick Dunn. An opening reception will take place on Nov. 18 from 2-5pm It is free and open to the public. This…