Pumpkin Crepes

Pumpkin Crepes lead the season with both their bold taste and their absolutely beautiful presentation.

Preserving the Bear Shadow

The Shadow of the Bear remains the Shadow of the Bear thanks to the generosity of local landowners and the Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust.

Seasons

Ask anyone who lives on the Plateau and they’ll eagerly tell you why all four seasons are glorious! Winter views, spring wildflowers, summer hikes and waterfalls, and autumn leaves. There is something here that speaks to the heart of the nature lover all year long. Wiinter activities take on a magical quality. Spring and summer months bring bounteous blooms. Apples, glowing leaves, and craft fairs are here during autumn. Search below for seasonal favorites.

Seasons Results

Smitten is Growing
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2016/08 - August
A secret garden right on Highlands’ Main Street is just one of the delights offered by Smitten.  more
Smitten's Third Thursday
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Catch this sensational couple in person at Smitten’s Third Thursday, October 20, from 5:30 P.M. until.   more
Smitten's Third Thursday
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Smitten's Third Thursday Event will feature clay-sculpturist Melanie Miller, at 5:30 P.M., April 20, at Smitten, 468 Main Street, Highlands, RSVP (828) 526-9300.   more
Smitten's Third Thursday
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10/19/2017
Smitten’s Third Thursday, is May 18, 5:30 P.M. until the fat lady sings and the cows come home. Smitten is located at 468 Main Street in downtown Highlands. Call for hours of operation at (828) 526-9300.  more
Smitten's Third Thursday
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June 15, 5:30 P.M. features artist Page Webster. 468 Main Street, downtown Highlands. RSVP (828) 526-9300.  more
Smitten’s Third Thursday
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For Zoe Scroggs, fiber offers a vast canvas upon which to create her visions.  more
Snakes, Pets, and Oddities
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2016/08 - August
The Highlands Biological Foundation’s August lectures will examine our relationships with venomous snakes, the animals that share our lives, the surprising men and women exploring our natural heritage and the ancient history of this corner of the Appalachian Mountains. For more information, visit highlandsbiological.org.  more
Snap-a-Scene and Win!
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2015/01 - Winter
The ingredients for a timeless magazine cover – a snowstorm, a good eye, and a bounding ball of fluff that’s an 11 on the Cutie Scale. Do you have what it takes?   more
Snapping Turtle
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2016/03 - March
The snapping turtle is the largest freshwater turtle in North Carolina. It has a very large head, a long neck, and a long tail, which is saw-toothed along the top. The carapace (top of shell) is large and varies in color from black to light brown. The plastron (bottom of shell) is small and unhinged. Average length varies from 8 to 14 inches (20.3-36 cm) in carapace length, while weight ranges from 10 to slightly more than 50 lbs.  more
So Many Mediums, So Little Time
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2017/09 - September
For artist Bonnie Abbott, a lifetime of learning and teaching has led to a flowering of her creative spirit.  more

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