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Grateful Hendo Music Festival & Art Market

Grateful Hendo celebrates the vibrant spirit of the ’60s and ’70s with a dynamic lineup of classic rock bands, unique hippie art vendors, and diverse food options, all backed by the support of local businesses and set against the scenic backdrop of downtown Hendersonville. This will be an all day music festival & art market. We are shutting down the street and the parking lot across from Oklawaha!

Discover Gratitude at Altitude in Hendersonville

Discover Gratitude at Altitude in Hendersonville

Discover Gratitude at Altitude in Hendersonville

Welcome to Hendersonville, where charming small-town vibes meet exciting city amenities. We sat down with Camden and Kiersten Diggs, social media influencers from Charlotte, to uncover the best of Hendersonville—a hidden gem less than a 2-hour drive from the Queen City. Join us as we explore their unforgettable experiences and recommendations for your next weekend getaway.

Why Hendersonville Stands Out

Camden and Kiersten love Hendersonville for its perfect blend of small-town charm and urban attractions. It’s a refreshing change of pace from bustling city life. The town’s proximity to the Blue Ridge Parkway means stunning natural beauty is just minutes away, alongside fantastic dining options and unique activities.
“Hendersonville has a small-town charm (with such kind locals) while having the amenities of a city. This allows for a great change of pace when visiting from a bustling city.” 

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Unique Adventures: Llama Hiking

One standout adventure in Hendersonville? Llama hiking at Ellaberry Llama Farm! Camden and Kiersten raved about this personal ecotourism experience. Picture yourself choosing your llama hiking partner and strolling through an apple orchard. Making a connection with these gentle animals is truly unforgettable.
Hendersonville offers other great options for those who want to get outside and enjoy the view.

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The Cheers! Trail Experience

Exploring Hendersonville’s craft beverage scene on the Cheers! Trail was a highlight. Camden and Kiersten rode with Van in Black, ensuring a safe and enjoyable journey through local wineries, breweries, and more.

 

Vineyard and Cidery Tours

Immerse yourself in Hendersonville’s burgeoning beverage scene with vineyard and cidery tours. Sip on award-winning wines amidst rolling vineyards, all while learning about the winemaking process from passionate vintners. Hendersonville’s fertile soil isn’t just good for grapes, though. Be sure to taste some of the crisp, locally crafted ciders at picturesque orchards, where tastings are often paired with stunning mountain views—a true treat for the senses.

Breathtaking Views from Jump Off Rock’s Scenic Overlook

Drive to the summit of Jump Off Rock for breathtaking views that stretch as far as the eye can see. Perched high above Hendersonville, this vantage point offers a mesmerizing panorama of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Pisgah National Forest. Capture stunning sunset hues painting the sky or simply soak in the tranquility of nature’s grandeur from this iconic spot. Camden and Kiersten shared a magical evening enjoying takeout while taking in the breathtaking mountain vistas.

 

 

 

 

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Exploring Downtown’s Culinary Scene

There are a variety of diverse attractions and flavors waiting to be discovered in Hendersonville. Whether you’re a foodie, art enthusiast, or arcade aficionado, there’s something to delight every traveler in this charming North Carolina town.

Brunch at Arabella

Arabella is a must-visit for brunch enthusiasts in Hendersonville. Camden and Kiersten recommend it for its unbeatable homemade biscuits. Picture fluffy, buttery biscuits served with a variety of delicious toppings like local honey or savory gravy. The cozy atmosphere and friendly service make Arabella the perfect spot to start your day of exploration in Hendersonville.

Handmade Ice cream at Celtic Creamery

Cool off with a sweet treat from Celtic Creamery, where they churn fresh handmade ice cream daily. Camden and Kiersten loved the creamy textures and unique flavors offered here, which include innovative combinations that reflect the local flair of Hendersonville. Whether you’re a fan of traditional vanilla or adventurous enough to sample bourbon-infused scoops, Celtic Creamery promises a delightful experience for your taste buds.

A Memorable Dinner at Postero

For a special evening out, head to Postero, a local favorite restaurant. Camden and Kiersten recommend this spot for its inviting ambiance and exceptional cuisine. From perfectly cooked steaks to creative vegetarian dishes, Postero’s menu showcases the uniqueness of Hendersonville’s culinary scene. Pair your meal with a local wine or craft cocktail for a truly memorable dining experience.

Discover Local Treasures: McFarlan Bakery and Dandelion Café

Explore the flavors of Hendersonville by visiting McFarlan Bakery and Dandelion Café. McFarlan Bakery, in operation since 1930, offers a nostalgic experience with its freshly baked pastries, bread, and cakes. Indulge in classic treats like cinnamon rolls or pick up a loaf of artisanal bread to enjoy later. At Dandelion Café Bakery, not only will you find delicious food, but you’ll also support a restaurant
dedicated to making a positive impact. The café serves up tasty dishes while providing support and education for survivors of violence—a true gem in Hendersonville’s culinary landscape.

 

 

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teenage girl wearing an apron holding out ice cream cone with 2 scoops toward the camea

Interactive Fun at the Appalachian Pinball Museum

Step back in time and enjoy a playful visit to the Appalachian Pinball Museum. Camden and Kiersten loved this interactive museum, which features a fascinating collection of vintage pinball machines and arcade games. Learn about the history of these classic games and then try your hand at playing them—all for a single admission fee that allows unlimited play all day!

Carolina Mountain Artists Guild for Unique Local Artwork

Check out Hendersonville’s vibrant arts scene at the Carolina Mountain Artists Guild. This creative cooperative showcases a diverse range of local artworks, from paintings and photography to jewelry and woodworking. Discover unique pieces that capture the essence of the Blue Ridge Mountains and take home a one-of-a-kind souvenir to commemorate your trip.

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Why Hendersonville?

Insider Tips for Hendersonville
To make the most of your trip, Camden and Kiersten recommend:
• Hiring a local driver for the Cheers! Trail
• Embracing Hendersonville’s local charm by exploring without a strict itinerary

“Our biggest recommendation is to hire a local driver to explore The Cheers! Trail with at the start of your trip,” they said. “Planning a tour at the start of a trip is something we always like to do because the locals recommend the best attractions and restaurants for the remainder of your stay.”

With insider tips from Camden and Kiersten, your Hendersonville getaway promises to be unforgettable. From llama hikes to scenic vistas and craft beverages to culinary delights, this charming destination has something for every traveler.

Ready to experience Hendersonville like a local? Plan your weekend adventure now and discover why this vibrant town is wowing its visitors with plenty of unforgettable mountain moments.

Saluda Art Stroll

Saluda Art Stroll

(Saluda, NC) – There’s something exciting happening in Saluda! Eight galleries and nine artists have joined together to form the Saluda Art Alliance to help cultivate and bring attention to the big art community in our little town. With a broad variety of art, there is something for everyone.

For the months of April through December, the Saluda Art Alliance will be hosting the Saluda Art Stroll on the second Saturday of each month. From 4-6 pm, galleries and artists alike will be celebrating with open-house receptions, artist demos, and refreshments.

The first Saluda Art Stroll is Saturday, April 13th.

Enjoy a walk along Main Street and across the bridge to see what a wonderfully diverse art community Saluda has become.

For more information visit www.SaludaArtAlliance.com or email us at [email protected].

Art on Main Fine Art / Fine Craft Festival

Art on Main Fine Art / Fine Craft Festival

The Arts Council of Henderson County presents the 65th annual Art on Main fine art / fine craft festival on September 28 & 29, 2024, 10-5pm both days, on Downtown Hendersonville, NC’s Main Street. Art on Main is a juried and judged fine art and fine craft show which brings high quality local and regional artist vendors to Hendersonville, NC, with works in clay, fiber, glass, jewelry, metal, wood, paintings, photography, and more.
Watch live demonstrations of various creative processes while enjoying Downtown Hendersonville’s Main Street, with its own unique shops and restaurants, for fine art and exquisite craft in the Blue Ridge mountains of Western North Carolina.
Free and open to the public.

La Vie en Rose Art & Music Festival

La Vie en Rose Art & Music Festival

The Art League is proudly participating in the 2024 La Vie en Rose’ Art and Music Festival. This exciting event is a partnership with Marked Tree Vineyards, along with collaboration with the Hendersonville Symphony and the Arts Council of Henderson County to bring an expanded multi-disciplined arts and cultural event to our community. The Art League will unveil a carefully curated collection showcasing the finest talents from our WNC regional artists, under the canopy of a palatial tent. Attendees will enjoy an eclectic exhibit of 2D and 3D artwork spanning various mediums, each piece unique, thoughtfully crafted, and available for acquisition. The Art League will open the event with a special, ticketed “Gala.”

La Vie en Rose’ Fine Art Gala
Experience the Elegance and join us for this exclusive ticketed preview on Thursday, June 6th, from 6 to 9 pm, and be the first to witness this remarkable exhibition. The evening also includes a special performance by the popular Jason DeCristofaro and his jazz ensemble. Enjoy a sampling of Marked Tree’s charcuterie and a complimentary glass of their award-winning wine. This is your chance to revel in the beauty of La Vie en Rose’ – reserve your tickets now for an unforgettable evening of fine art and exquisite entertainment. Ticket Price: $45 per person for the Thursday Gala.

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To learn more about this exciting opportunity to participate as an artist go to ArtLeagueHVL.org

NC Writers Network & The Brandy Bar host “In the Company of Writers” series with Kakalak Anthology

NC Writers Network & The Brandy Bar host “In the Company of Writers” series with Kakalak Anthology

The program offers a series of personal and conversational dialogues and this month features 15 poets and 1 artist from the 2024 issue of Kakalak Anthology. These inspirational gatherings will elucidate and entertain those attending. The Chicago blues music of “Hollywood Johnny Cosgrove” (accompanied by Charlie Wilkerson) welcomes you, continues during intermission, and closes the evening.

The writers are residents of Asheville, Lake Norman, Brevard, Columbus, as well as Hendersonville, NC. They will read their poems and display the artwork published in the journal this year. Accomplished poets all, the line-up (with an additional book or journal cited) includes: Kathy Ackerman (Repeat after Me). Martha O. Adams (Southern Poetry Anthology). Kathleen Calby (Flirting with Owls). Bill Caldwell (Artemis Journal). Rev. Judith A. Davis (Great Smokies Review). Narya Deckard (Tiny Seed Journal). Marjorie Dybec (Teach.Write). Paige Gilchrist (ONE ART). Ginger Graziano (See, There He Is). Karen Luke Jackson (If You Choose To Come). Greg Lobas (Left of Center). Gina Malone (Poetry South). Gary V. Powell, (Super Blood Wolf Moon). Amanda Rhodes (Breakwater Review). Nancy Harmon Womack (Red Jacket Requiem) T. Parker Sanborn (The Mainstreet Rag).
For more information on each artist visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1158549925583213/

A Chamber Music Trio

A Chamber Music Trio

On Sunday, May 19, the Friends of Music at the Episcopal Church of St. John in the Wilderness, Flat Rock, will present a concert featuring a trio of noted local musicians: Kate Steinbeck, flute; Katherine Haig, cello; and Dewitt Tipton, piano. The chamber music program will be held at 4:00 p.m. in the Wilderness Room of the Parish House complex, located at 1905 Greenville Hwy.

Kate Steinbeck is recognized across the U.S. and in Europe as a unique interpreter of a wide-ranging repertoire, an innovative producer and collaborator, as well as an enthusiastic teacher/ coach. In 2011 she co-founded Pan Harmonia.

Katherine Haig, a cellist, singer and arranger living in Asheville, is passionate about both early and contemporary music. Having studied at Baldwin Wallace University, she is currently training in the Suzuki method and is dedicated to teaching young students to be joyful and thoughtful musicians.

Dewitt Tipton, retired Furman University music professor, serves as Organist and Director of Music at St. John in the Wilderness. He founded and coordinates the annual Friends of Music series.

The concert will feature musical selections by artists J.S. Bach, John Rutter, Ernst Bacon and Carl Maria von Weber. It is free and open to the public with no reservations required. Handicapped accessibility and parking are available. Donations for Friends of Music are gladly accepted. For more information call 828-693-9783 or visit www.stjohnflatrock.org.

2024 Vision: A Look Ahead at Hendersonville’s Events and Festivals

2024 Vision: A Look Ahead at Hendersonville’s Events and Festivals

2024 Vision: A Look Ahead at Hendersonville’s Events and Festivals

Get ready for an exciting year in Hendersonville! This blog previews the upcoming signature events and festivals that really shape Hendersonville. From music festivals to community gatherings, discover the highlights that promise a year of entertainment and unforgettable moments. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, stay in the know with our guide to Hendersonville’s must-attend happenings.

Spring

April 19-21 – Cider, Wine and Dine Weekend

Henderson County wineries and cideries partner together to present a weekend filled with a long list of activities including tastings of artisan hard cider and award-winning, local wines, food pairings, educational programs, live music, tours and more; events take place at each of the scenic and unique local wineries and cideries.

May 5 – Fiesta Hendersonville

Fiesta Hendersonville is a cultural celebration featuring live music, dance, food, and art that highlights the diverse heritage of the community. Attendees can experience a vibrant atmosphere with a variety of entertainment right in Downtown Hendersonville, on the South end of Main Street.

May 25-26 – Garden Jubilee

Garden Jubilee is a springtime celebration of gardening and horticulture. Western North Carolina’s premiere lawn and garden show transforms Hendersonville’s Main Street into the biggest and best garden center you’ve ever witnessed! Plus, enjoy educational sessions on the stage at the Welcome Center.

May – October – Bearfootin’ Bears on Main Street

Bearfootin’ Bears are fiberglass outdoor bear sculptures that are painted and decorated in different themes by local artists, and displayed along the sidewalks of Main Street as a public art display. A new set of bears is released each May, and the bears are auctioned off each October to benefit local non-profit organizations.

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Summer

May – October Summer Concert Series

Every summer, Hendersonville is filled with the sound of live music! Downtown, enjoy the danceable Top 40 hits at Music On Main, groove to modern regional performers at Rhythm & Brews, and experience the sound of the Southern Appalachian region at the 106-year-old Street Dances. A little further out, relax while enjoying a variety of music at Music by the Lake, remember the days gone by with oldies performed at Fletcher Park Concerts, and enjoy the view and the sounds at the Jump Off Rock Concert Series. (All music acts TBD at time of publication.)

July 4 – 4th of July Parade, Concerts & Fireworks

The July 4th parade includes inflatables, kid’s games, and activities, food trucks, and 2 stages featuring live music. The evening will be capped-off with fireworks display that can be seen from either concert area. Located on Main Street in Downtown Hendersonville.

July 13 – Chalk it Up!

Narnia Studios presents the 27th annual Chalk it Up! Watch as Downtown Hendersonville’s sidewalks are transformed into beautiful murals. Located on Main Street in Downtown Hendersonville.

August 30 – September 2 – The North Carolina Apple Festival

The annual NC Apple Festival includes a street fair, arts & crafts, live music and entertainment, children’s activities and rides, parade, food & much more — all in celebration of our rich apple growing heritage here in Hendersonville. Festival located on Main Street in Downtown Hendersonville; plus, there are other special events that take place throughout the weekend across town.

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Fall

 

September 28 & 29 – Art on Main

Celebrate fine art and fine craft on the last weekend of September each year at Art On Main, a gathering of distinctive local and regional artists from across the southeast US. More than 70 juried artists bring their wares to Main Street to sell works of fine art paintings, clay, metal, wood, fiber, photography, jewelry and more.

October 5 – Farm City Day

Farm City Day, held the first Saturday of October each year, offers a unique look into Hendersonville’s agricultural roots, with rural and educational displays, antiques and modern farm equipment, craft vendors, a special youth area with hands-on activities, a farm animal petting zoo, old-timey demonstrations, games and a fishing pond, plus there will be live music and food trucks. Located at Jackson Park in Hendersonville.

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Winter

 

November 15 – December 31 – Home for the Holidays

From mid-November through New Year’s Day, Hendersonville invites visitors to come “Home for the Holidays” in this special town in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Main Street’s shops, galleries and boutiques are decorated in holiday splendor, while large wreaths with big red bows hang from streetlights. Add in the twinkling lights and decorations along the serpentine street, and you get a scene straight out of a Hallmark movie.

December 31 – New Year’s Eve Apple Rise

Celebrate New Year’s Eve at the Historic Courthouse at a family-friendly celebration which counts down to the GMT midnight — or 7pm locally! Enjoy live music, noisemakers, glow sticks and hot beverages, and count down as you watch the apple rise!

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Quirky Hendersonville: Interesting and Often-Overlooked Attractions

Quirky Hendersonville: Interesting and Often-Overlooked Attractions

Quirky Hendersonville: Interesting and Often-Overlooked Attractions

There are many well-known ways to enjoy a day exploring Hendersonville, North Carolina. But for those fascinated by quirky, overlooked, off-the-beaten-path attractions, here’s a list of interesting places and things that make the City of Four Seasons unique.

Thomas Wolfe’s “Look Homeward, Angel” Statue

One of the greatest novelists in American history was born and raised about 20 miles from Hendersonville in Asheville. As a boy, Thomas Wolfe was fascinated by the Italian marble statue of an angel displayed at his father’s funeral monuments shop. As an adult, Wolfe penned a detailed description of the angel in a short story titled “An Angel on the Porch,” which formed the basis for his famous novel, “Look Homeward, Angel,” in 1929.

The statue Wolfe admired as a boy was sold by his father in 1906 to a family in Hendersonville. It has stood ever since in Hendersonville’s Oakdale Cemetery, marking the grave of Margaret Bates Johnson, wife of the late Dr. H.F. Johnson, a minister and former president of Whitworth College in Brookhaven, Mississippi.

Wolfe’s father actually sold several marble angel monuments to families in the North Carolina mountains, and for many years after the book was published, debate raged as to whether the Hendersonville statue was indeed the inspiration for his novel. Literary historians researched the statues, which each had different characteristics, and determined in 1949 that the muse for the book was the Hendersonville statue. Oakdale Cemetery is located adjacent to U.S. 64 West, just a short distance from downtown. A wrought iron fence protects the statue, a few dozen yards from a state historical marker located on the side of the highway.

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Woodmen of the World Memorial Water Fountain

An oft-overlooked water fountain, carved from white granite to resemble a tree stump, has stood near the corner of Second Avenue and Main Street since 1947. The beautiful fountain serves as a memorial to Joseph Cullen Root, a Massachusetts native who founded the Modern Woodmen of America in Lyons, Iowa, in 1883, and also founded the Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1890.

So why in the heck was a memorial to Root, known as one of America’s most prolific founders of fraternal societies, erected 34 years after his death in the Blue Ridge Mountain town of Hendersonville? As it turns out, it marks the approximate location of his untimely death.

Root traveled to Hendersonville from Omaha in December 1913 for a gathering of thousands of the Woodmen of the World in which 200 new members were to be initiated. Unfortunately, Root fell sick with a bronchial infection during his travels and was committed to a bed at the St. John’s Hotel on the corner of Second Avenue and Main Street, where he died on Christmas Eve 1913.

Thirty-four years later, members of the local camps of the Woodmen of the World dedicated the fountain in his memory. Inscribed on the fountain are the words “dum tacet clamat,” Latin for “though silent, he speaks.” The Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society was established by Root to make life insurance available to everyone, particularly families of hourly workers. The company, much like the water fountain dedicated to its founder, is still operational today.

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Local Depot is Home to One of the Nation’s Largest Model Railroads

At its peak, the historic Hendersonville Trail Depot (circa 1902) served as a stop for six passenger trains a day, boarding and discharging passengers from such distant cities as Cincinnati, Ohio, and Charleston, South Carolina. Passenger service ended in 1968. The depot sat empty for more than 20 years, until the Apple Valley Model Railroad Club received permission from the City of Hendersonville to move into the depot in 1992. Not only did the club likely save the depot from a wrecking ball, but it also filled the depot with one of the most impressive model railroad layouts in America.

Just like their heroes who, bit by bit, laid railroad tracks from the Atlantic to the Pacific, the members of the Apple Valley club continually added more and more track inside the depot until they achieved a replica of the entire railroad system in the mountains of Western North Carolina, complete with depots in places like Hickory, Marion, Asheville, Saluda and yes, Hendersonville. The depot is open, with free admission, every Wednesday and Saturday and has become a popular spot for railfans of all ages.

“There are a lot of great layouts around the country, and this is one of the larger ones,” says Larry Morton, former president of the Apple Valley Model Railroad Club. “The public is very complimentary. They tell us this is one of the best model railroad clubs they’ve seen anywhere in the country, and I seriously believe we are in the top 10 percent.”

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Together, They Held the Record as the World’s Largest Twins

Identical twins Benny and Billy McCrary, born in Hendersonville in 1946, contracted measles at age 4, which damaged their pituitary glands and contributed to excessive weight gain. By age 10, then weighed 200 pounds each and eventually reached a combined weight of 1,598 pounds. A photographer for Life magazine snapped a photo of them riding minibikes one year during the N.C. Apple Festival parade in Hendersonville. This was a common occurrence as they loved their minibikes and often rode them in parades and at other celebrations. Someone with the Guiness Book of World Records saw the photo and that’s how they became world record holders as the heaviest twins.

During the peak of their fame in 1970s, the McCrary twins rode their Honda minibikes from New York to Los Angeles to appear on the “Tonight Show” with Johnny Carson. They became pro wrestlers, using the name the McGuire Twins, wrestling in the U.S. and overseas. Billy died in 1979 during a minibike stunt at Niagara Falls. Benny continued with other wrestling partners, including Andre the Giant, before easing into a life focused on golf and evangelism before passing away in 2001.

Their fame continues after their deaths, including scenes in the popular TV animation shows “The Simpsons” and “Family Guy.” They lived their entire lives in Hendersonville and are remembered with a three-ton, 13-foot-wide memorial at Crab Creek Baptist Church Cemetery that is believed to be the world’s largest gravestone, featuring two minibikes and “THE WORLD’S LARGEST TWINS” in capital letters. A national magazine included the twins’ gravesite in a 2005 article titled, “Hit the Road,” which featured 25 unusual tourist destinations across the United States.

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Ukrainian Mosaic on Hendersonville’s Main Street

An interesting tie to Ukraine can be found at 318 North Main Street, at least for those willing to look up.

High on the façade of the Hands On! Children’s Museum building is an intricate and colorful tile mosaic. Titled “Nature in North Carolina,” the 18-foot square mosaic was created in 1993 by Ukrainian artists Vasily and Julia Polevoy, who fled Vasily’s homeland after being displaced in Ukraine by the Chernobyl nuclear plant meltdown and also suffering years of persecution in the Soviet Union for their religious and anti-Communist beliefs.

The Polevoys, who lived in Hendersonville for quite some time before relocating to South Carolina, hand-placed 250,000 small glass tiles to create the beautiful design, which depicts mountains, rivers and other aspects of nature. The glass in the tiles is known as “smalti,” a traditional mosaic material ordered in 116 colors for the project. At the time, the building was known as Rosdon Mall and the artwork was commissioned by the building’s owners, Rose and Don Gladieux.

The building eventually became home to the Hands On! Children’s Museum, Black Bear Coffee Co. and High Country Style. There was a brief uproar in 2018 when the museum released a rendering of its major expansion plans, and that rendering showed the Hands On! logo in place of the mosaic. However, locals were quickly relieved to learn the logo was placed in the rendering as an oversight and the mosaic was always intended to remain on the façade.

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Many of our quirkiest attractions are right under your nose, hidden in plain sight. But these are just a starting point to explore all of the wonderful culture, arts, history and fun that Hendersonville has to offer.

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Brevard Philharmonic presents Amit Peled Returns

This all-Dvořák Program begins with the thrilling Carnival Overture and includes four of the brilliant Slavonic Dances. Amit Peled joins Maestro Fellenbaum in presenting one of the greatest concerti of all time, the Cello Concerto.

Hendersonville Theatre presents It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play

Frank Capra’s beloved American holiday classic film is reimagined as a live 1940s radio broadcast. Set in Studio A at WBFR in Manhattan on Christmas Eve 1946, this hilarious re-enactment, with the help of a live Foley and a talented small ensemble, brings the entire town of Bedford Falls to life on stage. Small-town everyman George Bailey is having a Christmas Eve that can only be saved by a miracle. Enter George’s guardian angel, Clarence, who takes him on a heartwarming journey of redemption proving that “no one is a failure who has friends.”

Thursday, 12/5 at 7:30 (pay what you can)
Fridays at 7:30 pm
Saturday, 12/7 at 3 pm
Saturday, 12/14 at 7:30 pm
Sundays at 3 pm

Hendersonville Theatre presents Misery

True life becomes stranger than fiction when an acclaimed romance novelist wakes up in the home of his “number one fan.” Rescued from a wintery car crash, Sheldon finds himself incapacitated and convalescing in the secluded home of Annie Wilkes, a seemingly kind nurse. When events take a nightmarish turn, the injured Paul realizes the unhinged Annie has no intention of letting him leave. This spine-tingling, nail-biting stage adaptation traps you in the room with Paul as the story spins out of control. Based on Stephen King’s acclaimed, best-selling novel, the tense cat-and-mouse game will grip you until the very end.

Thursday, 10/17 at 7:30 (pay what you can)
Fridays at 7:30
Saturday, 10/19 at 3 pm
Saturday, 10/26 at 3 pm
Sundays at 3 pm

Murder on the Orient Express

This Agatha Christie classic features a cast of colorful characters and a plot twist that is sure to delight any mystery fan! Just after midnight, a snowdrift stops the Orient Express in its tracks. The luxurious train is surprisingly full for the time of the year, but by the morning it is one passenger fewer. Isolated and with a killer in their midst, the passengers rely on detective Hercule Poirot to identify the murderer – in case he or she decides to strike again. Ken Ludwig’s clever adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder On The Orient Express boasts all the glamor, intrigue, and suspense of the celebrated novel, with a healthy dose of humor.

On Golden Pond

Exploring the often-turbulent relationship between adult children and parents, and the difficulties a couple faces in the twilight years of a long marriage, On Golden Pond is a heartwarming and hilarious show about generations of a family learning to communicate and care.

Sordid Lives at The Hendersonville Theatre

In this beloved cult classic, chaos erupts in small-town Texas when the elderly family matriarch, an upstanding member of the community, accidentally dies during a clandestine meeting in a seedy motel room with her married lover. The woman’s family must deal with more skeletons coming out of the closet while preparing for what could be an embarrassing funeral. In this ‘coming out’ story, the hilarious, sad, trashy truth about their lives runs amuck.

Thursday, 3/21 at 7:30 (pay what you can)
Fridays at 7:30
Saturday, 3/23 at 3 pm and 7:30
Sunday, 3/24 at 3 pm
Saturday, 3/30 at 7:30 pm

Tuatha Dea at The Hendersonville Theatre

Hendersonville Theatre welcomes back one of the top 10 Celtic bands in the United States, Tuatha Dea, for our Hometown Sound Music Series St. Patrick’s Day Celebration! Don’t miss this unique and unforgettable experience born of a family drum circle that will draw you into the music!

Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters

Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters

Hendersonville Theatre welcomes back Asheville Americana band, Amanda Anne Platt & the Honeycutters to its Hometown Sound Music Series. Amanda Anne Platt & The Honeycutters’s music is nuanced, bringing insight and wit to the stories Platt tells through songwriting. Lyrically driven, the country roots music often inspires introspection, whether it be about life on the road, heartache, or hope.

The Vagina Monologues

Hendersonville Theatre presents A poignant and hilarious tour of the last frontier, the ultimate forbidden zone, The Vagina Monologues is a celebration of the feminine experience in all its complexity and mystery.

Thursday, 2/1 at 7:30 (pay what you can)
Fridays at 7:30
Saturday, 2/3 at 7:30|
Saturday, 2/10 at 3 pm
Sundays at 3 pm

Chalk it Up!

Chalk it Up!

Narnia Studios presents the 27th annual Chalk it Up! Watch as Downtown Hendersonville’s sidewalks are transformed into beautiful murals. Registration is opens June 6 to participate in this event, https://www.narniastudios.com/chalk-it-up

Rain Dates: July 20 and 27

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse Presents Cinderella Enchanted

Flat Rock Playhouse presents Cinderella Enchanted, a fresh take on a timeless classic, perfect for the whole family. With great warmth and more than a touch of hilarity, the hearts of children and adults alike still soar when the slipper fits. This version of the magical fairy tale is reborn with the Rodgers & Hammerstein hallmarks of originality, charm and elegance.

The performances run from June 9 through July 2. Visit our website for information and tickets: https://www.flatrockplayhouse.org/cinderella

Savannah Sipping Society

Savannah Sipping Society

By: Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten
Directed by: Beth Norris

In this delightful comedy, four unique Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines, are drawn together by Fate—and an impromptu happy hour—and decide it’s high time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they’ve lost through the years. Over the course of six months, filled with laughter, hilarious misadventures, and the occasional liquid refreshment, these middle-aged women successfully bond and find the confidence to jumpstart their new lives. Together, they discover lasting friendships and a renewed determination to live in the moment—and most importantly, realize it’s never too late to make new old friends.

Approximate Run Time: 2 hours
Rating: PG due to mild adult themes

This project is supported by Exceptional Papers, Inc, the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, the Arts Council of Henderson County and the City of Hendersonville.

Savannah Sipping Society

Savannah Sipping Society

By: Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten
Directed by: Beth Norris

In this delightful comedy, four unique Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines, are drawn together by Fate—and an impromptu happy hour—and decide it’s high time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they’ve lost through the years. Over the course of six months, filled with laughter, hilarious misadventures, and the occasional liquid refreshment, these middle-aged women successfully bond and find the confidence to jumpstart their new lives. Together, they discover lasting friendships and a renewed determination to live in the moment—and most importantly, realize it’s never too late to make new old friends.

Approximate Run Time: 2 hours
Rating: PG due to mild adult themes

This project is supported by Exceptional Papers, Inc, the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, the Arts Council of Henderson County and the City of Hendersonville.

Savannah Sipping Society

Savannah Sipping Society

By: Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten
Directed by: Beth Norris

In this delightful comedy, four unique Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines, are drawn together by Fate—and an impromptu happy hour—and decide it’s high time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they’ve lost through the years. Over the course of six months, filled with laughter, hilarious misadventures, and the occasional liquid refreshment, these middle-aged women successfully bond and find the confidence to jumpstart their new lives. Together, they discover lasting friendships and a renewed determination to live in the moment—and most importantly, realize it’s never too late to make new old friends.

Approximate Run Time: 2 hours
Rating: PG due to mild adult themes

This project is supported by Exceptional Papers, Inc, the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, the Arts Council of Henderson County and the City of Hendersonville.

Savannah Sipping Society

Savannah Sipping Society

By: Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten
Directed by: Beth Norris

In this delightful comedy, four unique Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines, are drawn together by Fate—and an impromptu happy hour—and decide it’s high time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they’ve lost through the years. Over the course of six months, filled with laughter, hilarious misadventures, and the occasional liquid refreshment, these middle-aged women successfully bond and find the confidence to jumpstart their new lives. Together, they discover lasting friendships and a renewed determination to live in the moment—and most importantly, realize it’s never too late to make new old friends.

Approximate Run Time: 2 hours
Rating: PG due to mild adult themes

This project is supported by Exceptional Papers, Inc, the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, the Arts Council of Henderson County and the City of Hendersonville.

Savannah Sipping Society

Savannah Sipping Society

By: Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten
Directed by: Beth Norris

In this delightful comedy, four unique Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines, are drawn together by Fate—and an impromptu happy hour—and decide it’s high time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they’ve lost through the years. Over the course of six months, filled with laughter, hilarious misadventures, and the occasional liquid refreshment, these middle-aged women successfully bond and find the confidence to jumpstart their new lives. Together, they discover lasting friendships and a renewed determination to live in the moment—and most importantly, realize it’s never too late to make new old friends.

Approximate Run Time: 2 hours
Rating: PG due to mild adult themes

This project is supported by Exceptional Papers, Inc, the North Carolina Arts Council, a division of the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources, the Arts Council of Henderson County and the City of Hendersonville.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

Art in the Park at Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site

From April 1 to May 15, you can visit this student art exhibit from schools across the nation. It features more than 70 canvasses reflecting the theme of “Hope.” The exhibit is available from 10am-4pm daily in the garage behind the Sandburg Home. Free admission.

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