Cider, Wine & Dine Weekend

Cider, Wine & Dine Weekend

The Cider, Wine & Dine Weekend features Henderson County wineries and cideries partnering together to present a weekend filled with a long list of activities including: artisan hard cider, local wines, food, educational programs, music, tours and more; events will take place at scenic and unique local venues.

Cancelled: Hendersonville Art and Architecture Walking Tours

Cancelled due to health concerns of COVid-19. The popular FREE Art and Architecture Walking Tours offered by the Arts Council of Henderson County return for 2020. The 90-minute tour of Downtown Hendersonville gathers at 9:00 am in front of the Center for Art & Entertainment at 125 South Main Street. Tours are led by Doug Gelbert who has created over 400 architectural tours in towns across the United States and Canada.  All tours are free of charge and no pre-registration is required. Just show up ready to walk. As always, dogs are welcome to accompany their well-behaved owners on the Art and Architectural Walking Tours. Named “One of the 10 Best Things You Can Do in North Carolina at 9:00 on a Saturday morning”

Cancelled: Hendersonville Art and Architecture Walking Tours

Cancelled due to health concerns of COVDI-19. The popular FREE Art and Architecture Walking Tours offered by the Arts Council of Henderson County return for 2020. The 90-minute tour of Downtown Hendersonville gathers at 9:00 am in front of the Center for Art & Entertainment at 125 South Main Street. Tours are led by Doug Gelbert who has created over 400 architectural tours in towns across the United States and Canada.  All tours are free of charge and no pre-registration is required. Just show up ready to walk. As always, dogs are welcome to accompany their well-behaved owners on the Art and Architectural Walking Tours. Named “One of the 10 Best Things You Can Do in North Carolina at 9:00 on a Saturday morning”

Cancelled: Hendersonville Art and Architecture Walking Tours

Cancelled due to health concerns of COVDI-19. The popular FREE Art and Architecture Walking Tours offered by the Arts Council of Henderson County return for 2020. The 90-minute tour of Downtown Hendersonville gathers at 9:00 am in front of the Center for Art & Inspiration at 125 South Main Street. Tours are led by Doug Gelbert who has created over 400 architectural tours in towns across the United States and Canada. All tours are free of charge and no pre-registration is required. Just show up ready to walk. As always, dogs are welcome to accompany their well-behaved owners on the Art and Architectural Walking Tours. Named “One of the 10 Best Things You Can Do in North Carolina at 9:00 on a Saturday morning”

Cancelled: Hendersonville Art and Architecture Walking Tours

Cancelled due to health concerns of COVid-19. The popular FREE Art and Architecture Walking Tours offered by the Arts Council of Henderson County return for 2020. The 90-minute tour of the Historic West Side gathers at 6:00 pm in back of the Henderson County Library at 301 Washington Street. Tours are led by Doug Gelbert who has created over 400 architectural tours in towns across the United States and Canada.. All tours are free of charge and no pre-registration is required. Just show up ready to walk. As always, dogs are welcome to accompany their well-behaved owners on the Art and Architectural Walking Tours.

Art & Architecture Day

The next Art & Architecture Day in Hendersonville sponsored by the Arts Council of Henderson County will take place on Saturday, July 18. Small groups of six-to-eight will safely social distance their way up Main Street, meeting people in each block from Henderson County’s past who will tell stories of how they helped shape the downtown streetscape.

Each group will leave the 100 South block of Main Street in intervals of 15 minutes beginning at 9:00 a.m. There will be six tour guides acting as such notables from Hendersonville’s past such as architects Erle Stillwell and Richard Sharp Smith and long-time mayor Al Edwards. The entire tour will take about 90 minutes.

The Art & Architecture Day in Hendersonville tour is free to attend but reservations must be made. For more details and to reserve a spot for yourself and your friends contact the Arts Council at (828) 693-8504 or at info@acofhc.org.

The Arts Council of Henderson County is a community organization that promotes, advocates for, and nurtures the arts in western North Carolina. Each year the Council sponsors two major art shows, Bring Us Your Best and Art on Main. Now in its seventh decade, Art on Main has been named one of the 200 Best Shows in America for Fine Art & Design.

For additional information about the Arts Council and Art and Architecture Day in Hendersonville visit the Council website at http://www.acofhc.org/artandarchitecture.

CANCELED: Hendersonville Art and Architecture Walking Tours

The popular FREE Art and Architecture Walking Tours offered by the Arts Council of Henderson County return for 2020. The 90-minute tour of the Historic West Side gathers at 6:00 pm in back of the Henderson County Library at 301 Washington Street. Tours are led by Doug Gelbert who has created over 400 architectural tours in towns across the United States and Canada. All tours are free of charge and no pre-registration is required. Just show up ready to walk. As always, dogs are welcome to accompany their well-behaved owners on the Art and Architectural Walking Tours.

Blue Ridge Craft Trails Month

Blue Ridge Craft Trails Month

July is the Blue Ridge Craft Trails Month in Henderson County, hosted by the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area. Explore three distinct trails guide visitors through the towns of Hendersonville and Flat Rock, and into the Blue Ridge Mountain countryside, showcasing 18 nationally-renowned artists in their studios and galleries on this self-guided tour.

Find a brochure here, and learn more information and see a list of all 18 craft sites here.

Hendersonville Art and Architecture Walking Tours

The popular FREE Art and Architecture Walking Tours offered by the Arts Council of Henderson County return for 2020. The 90-minute tour of Downtown Hendersonville gathers at 9:00 am in front of the Center for Art & Inspiration at 125 South Main Street. Tours are led by Doug Gelbert who has created over 400 architectural tours in towns across the United States and Canada. All tours are free of charge and no pre-registration is required. Just show up ready to walk. As always, dogs are welcome to accompany their well-behaved owners on the Art and Architectural Walking Tours. Named “One of the 10 Best Things You Can Do in North Carolina at 9:00 on a Saturday morning”

Hendersonville Art and Architecture Walking Tours

The popular FREE Art and Architecture Walking Tours offered by the Arts Council of Henderson County return for 2020. The 90-minute tour of Downtown Hendersonville gathers at 9:00 am in front of the Center for Art & Inspiration at 125 South Main Street. Tours are led by Doug Gelbert who has created over 400 architectural tours in towns across the United States and Canada.  All tours are free of charge and no pre-registration is required. Just show up ready to walk. As always, dogs are welcome to accompany their well-behaved owners on the Art and Architectural Walking Tours. Named “One of the 10 Best Things You Can Do in North Carolina at 9:00 on a Saturday morning”

Hendersonville Art and Architecture Walking Tours

The popular FREE Art and Architecture Walking Tours offered by the Arts Council of Henderson County return for 2020. The 90-minute tour of Downtown Hendersonville gathers at 9:00 am in front of the Center for Art & Inspiration at 125 South Main Street. Tours are led by  Doug Gelbert who has created over 400 architectural tours in towns across the United States and Canada.  All tours are free of charge and no pre-registration is required. Just show up ready to walk. As always, dogs are welcome to accompany their well-behaved owners on the Art and Architectural Walking Tours. Named “One of the 10 Best Things You Can Do in North Carolina at 9:00 on a Saturday morning”

Hendersonville Art and Architecture Walking Tours

The popular FREE Art and Architecture Walking Tours offered by the Arts Council of Henderson County return for 2020. The 90-minute tour of Downtown Hendersonville gathers at 9:00 am in front of the Center for Art & Inspiration at 125 South Main Street. Tours are led by Doug Gelbert who has created over 400 architectural tours in towns across the United States and Canada. All tours are free of charge and no pre-registration is required. Just show up ready to walk. As always, dogs are welcome to accompany their well-behaved owners on the Art and Architectural Walking Tours. Named “One of the 10 Best Things You Can Do in North Carolina at 9:00 on a Saturday morning”

Guided Walk in Historic Oakdale Cemetery

Guided Walk in Historic Oakdale Cemetery

Join me along the pathways of Hendersonville’s Historic Oakdale Cemetery where the “Look Homeward Angel” statue is located. Grave markers throughout this place tell interesting stories and whisper secrets from the past … so come along to discover illustrious and notorious characters of long ago. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Oakdale Cemetery, U.S. 64 W. at Valley St.

Guided Walks in Historic 7th Avenue District

Guided Walks in Historic 7th Avenue District

This district was where it was happening in the Gilded Age of Hendersonville. Steam engines, drays, hustle, summer visitors, shoot-outs, candy stores … let’s step back in time. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided Walks in Historic 7th Avenue District

Guided Walks in Historic 7th Avenue District

This district was where it was happening in the Gilded Age of Hendersonville. Steam engines, drays, hustle, summer visitors, shoot-outs, candy stores … let’s step back in time. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided Walks in Historic 7th Avenue District

Guided Walks in Historic 7th Avenue District

This district was where it was happening in the Gilded Age of Hendersonville. Steam engines, drays, hustle, summer visitors, shoot-outs, candy stores … let’s step back in time. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided Walk in Historic Oakdale Cemetery

Guided Walk in Historic Oakdale Cemetery

Join me along the pathways of Hendersonville’s Historic Oakdale Cemetery where the “Look Homeward Angel” statue is located. Grave markers throughout this place tell interesting stories and whisper secrets from the past … so come along to discover illustrious and notorious characters of long ago. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Oakdale Cemetery, U.S. 64 W. at Valley St.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided Walk in Historic Oakdale Cemetery

Guided Walk in Historic Oakdale Cemetery

Join me along the pathways of Hendersonville’s Historic Oakdale Cemetery where the “Look Homeward Angel” statue is located. Grave markers throughout this place tell interesting stories and whisper secrets from the past … so come along to discover illustrious and notorious characters of long ago. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Oakdale Cemetery, U.S. 64 W. at Valley St.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided Walk in Historic Oakdale Cemetery

Guided Walk in Historic Oakdale Cemetery

Join me along the pathways of Hendersonville’s Historic Oakdale Cemetery where the “Look Homeward Angel” statue is located. Grave markers throughout this place tell interesting stories and whisper secrets from the past … so come along to discover illustrious and notorious characters of long ago. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Oakdale Cemetery, U.S. 64 W. at Valley St.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Guided History Walks on Main Street

Be charmed and informed by our history, architecture, and colorful stories about Hendersonville. Learn how the town got its name, who donated the land, bordellos, trolley lines, and more. These 90-minute walks occur rain or shine.
Meeting place: Hendersonville City Hall, corner of 5th Ave. E. and King St., Police Dept. entrance. Free parking.