June 10, 2017 - June 24, 2017
Pack Square Park
Address: Pack Square Park, Asheville, NC 28801
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Asheville Art in the Park will once again be providing access to some of the finest artists in the region with it’s market series now in its eighth year. The event takes place on three consecutive Saturdays each June and October. Nationally known artists exhibit at this event and the best part is- they are local. Muddy Knees Design and Production is proud to once again offer local artists the opportunity to connect with the public in Asheville‘s Pack Square Park.
We invite you to come out to Asheville Art in the Park. Take a stroll around the Vance Monument and Hoss Haley’s marvelous fountain and experience the textures and forms of a truly unique garden. You will not only be participating in an art market, but you will be part of a cycle of giving as 10% of sale profits will be donated to the Asheville Area Arts Council's "Asheville Art in the Park Art and Community Grant".
Where quality and value converge at The Dry Ridge Inn Asheville Bed & Breakfast.
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All rooms available for single night in the month of June 2017 only
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The right place to stay can make a good vacation great.
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Howard and Kristen understand
–Asheville area offers so much to see and do that it can be a bit overwhelming
And so the good-natured innkeepers of the Dry Ridge Inn Asheville Bed & Breakfast are happy to point you in whatever directions you’d like, while sneaking in a few good words for their own interesting little town, Weavervile.
How do you get to the Biltmore House?
It’s a quick ten minutes from the Dry Ridge Inn Asheville Bed & Breakfast in Asheville.
Where is the Blue Ridge Parkway?
Not far from the Dry Ridge Inn Asheville Bed & Breakfast, actually.
What’s a good choice for supper?
Italian, Indian, down home? Asheville sets a range of tables.
Howard and Kristen have all kinds of suggestions, including art, activity and fine dining options in Weaverville, nearly all of which are within walking distance of the Dry Ridge Inn Asheville Bed & Breakfast.
Built in 1849 and continually updated, the Dry Ridge Inn Asheville Bed & Breakfast has eight beautiful guest rooms, each with gas fireplace, free WiFi and a private bathroom designed with your comfort in mind. A luxurious living room with complementary beverages, and the enticing gardens will tempt you to stay in for the day. Business travelers will appreciate the business center on the second floor.
Everyone will appreciate Kristen’s sumptuous breakfasts. Pecan pancakes, filo-encased “egg flowers” – her selections are as delightful as they are delicious. Coffee, fresh fruit and juice appear each morning. Special diets are happily accommodated. Guests have the option of dining alone or with new friends they’ve made at the inn. You’ll pay more for this level of comfort and service at other inns in the Asheville and Weavervile.
The Dry Ridge Inn Asheville Bed & Breakfast is as affordable as its keepers are informative – rates here are less than you’ll find elsewhere. For less, you’ll get more – easy access to Asheville and a quick return to a safe, small mountain town whose residents smile and say hello as they pass each other on the sidewalk. Indeed, you may find yourself falling in love with Weaverville as Howard and Kristen did when they moved here more than a decade ago.
With restaurants, shops and galleries galore, this exciting town of 3,500 people has just the sort of friendliness and accommodation that you’ll find at the Dry Ridge Inn
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Bring your instruments, families, friends, lawn chairs and blankets and join us for good times at the Bascom Lamar Lunsford Stage. In 2017 Shindig on the Green, which features a stage show and informal jam sessions around the park, continues at its original location — formerly known as City County Plaza, now transformed into the new Pack Square Park. Locals and visitors alike come together downtown “along about sundown,” or at 7:00pm for those who wear a watch, until 10:00p.m. Concessions are available. Come experience the beautiful music and dance traditions of Southern Appalachia on a summer evening in the mountains.
Arts and Crafts and Galleries
Visualizing the visual arts The Dry Ridge Inn is an excellent place from which to explore the many artists that welcome visitors into their studios, many of them located on the… Read More
Like you, people have been interested in exploring Asheville for a long time… The first people to fall in love with it were the Cherokee Indians, who appreciated the fertile… Read More
What’s for supper? Something good! Let us start right here in Weaverville. Our vibrant town offers many options for a fun lunch our an elegant evening meal. A short walk from… Read More