Four-time Grammy award-winning musician, storyteller, historian and cultural preservationist David Holt will be featured in the November installment of the Center for Cultural Preservation’s program series KEEPING THE FIRES BURNING on Wednesday, November 5th at 7PM. The series highlights
Holt is well known for his television and radio series. He is host of public television’s Folkways, a
This special program will be held at
The Center for Cultural Preservation is a cultural nonprofit organization dedicated to working for mountain heritage continuity through oral history, documentary film, education and public programs. For more information about the Center or theKeeping the Fires Burning Series, contact them at(828) 692-8062orwww.saveculture.org. The series is cosponsored by the North Carolina Humanities Council and Henderson County History and Genealogical Society, Liquid Logic Kayaks and Holly Spring Farm.
The Arts Council of Henderson County is planning its third annual YART Sale to be heldSaturday, November 15 from 9am to 3pm. Area artists will be cleaning their studios of paintings, pottery, older works, unsold artwork (framed and unframed), and unneeded art supplies. Art lovers will also bring art and vintage items to sell. This wide variety of items will be made available to the public at yard sale prices. The YART Sale will take place at the First Congregational Church Hall, at the corner of
The Arts Council of Henderson County is a community organization that promotes, advocates for and nurtures the arts in
The Arts Council is supported in part by the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources; funds administered by the Community Foundation of Henderson County,