C’mon, Get Hapi!

Thanks to Laura Schroeders’ carefully trained eye, every stone has a story to tell.

Long Time Between Drinks

A good fried chicken dinner and some after dinner refreshments can work wonders in the realms of politics and commerce.

Illustration by Norma Jean Zahner

Quackers Fit the Bill

“What sprouted wasn’t what she planted.” Donna learns not to swallow everything that Granny serves her or tells her.

Peter Ray

Recognizing 7 Years of Dedication

Thanks to his quiet dedication, Peter Ray is keeping his neighbors healthy and fed.

On the Front Lines

Thanks to its compassionate staff and small army of dedicated volunteers, Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society is a nationwide beacon of hope for the most horrifyingly neglected and abused animals.

Design Matters

The Designers Market’s growing success speaks to its expanding lines of quality brands and its in-house custom services.

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Brandy McElroy, Executive Assistant and Tonya Hensley, Executive Director, Cashiers Historical Society

Friend of the Farm, 101-year-old Martha Parish, plans to be there shopping. She’s pictured here at her 100th birthday party last year wearing her J. McLaughlin she bought to help CDF last year.

Articles Results

Come Celebrate the Mountains
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2017/06 - June
There’s no better way to celebrate the mountains than strolling through the treasure chest that’s the 41st Annual Cashiers Benefit Antique Show, July 21-23 at Blue Ridge School.  more
Comfort Happens in Cotton
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2017/06 - June
At both Bella Cotn and Bee Bags and Such, the emphasis is on comfort, quality and a commitment to style, with more than a pinch of panache.  more
C’mon, Get Hapi!
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2017/06 - June
Thanks to Laura Schroeders’ carefully trained eye, every stone has a story to tell.  more
Deck in a Day
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July 2017
Learn how to build a deck from pallets.  more
Decor from Europe to Cashiers
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2017/06 - June
For Vivianne Metzger Antiques, the search for and selling of splendid English antiques and accessories is an unquenchable family passion.   more
Design Matters
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2017/06 - June
The Designers Market’s growing success speaks to its expanding lines of quality brands and its in-house custom services.   more
Designs with You in Mind
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2017/06 - June
Acorns Boutique at Old Edwards Inn and Spa hosts an entire month of splendid trunk shows.  more
Enoch Arden: A Melodrama
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2017/06 - June
“Enoch Arden: A Melodrama,” the premiere special program for the Highlands-Cashiers Chamber Music Festival’s 36th season, will be staged at Western Carolina University’s Bardo Performing Arts Center, Sunday, June 25. For tickets, arts.wcu.edu/HCCMF or call (828) 227-ARTS.  more
Feeding Body And Soul
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2017/06 - June
There’s nothing dainty about the Big Ol’ Mountain Country Breakfast, set for 7:00 A.M. Saturday, July 1, at the Cashiers Community Center. Proceeds will benefit the Fishes and Loaves Food Pantry.  more
Festival with Altitude
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2017/06 - June
Highlands Motoring Festival’s Classic Car Show, set for Saturday, June 10, spotlights an intense rivalry between two of the automotive world’s most legendary names.   more

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