Avocado, Stuffed with Garbanzo Beans

This flavorful recipe delivers all the simple pleasures promised in a languid summer’s night.

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

A Bite of the Big Apple
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2016/05 - May
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A Blizzard Warmed Our Hearts
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Gentle, patient Blizzard is waiting for a happy ending to a tale fraught with peril.  more
A Bold Portfolio
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2015/05 - May
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A Can’t Miss Season
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2016/04 - April
The Highlands Performing Arts Center brings a dynamic new energy to its performance calendar.  more
A Case of the Flue
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2016/07 - July
Photo right is of the chimney that master mason Hanse McCall built for Highlands’s cofounder Samuel Kelsey in 1875. Kelsey’s house burned in 1976, but the 141-year-old chimney remains, as sturdy as when it was built. Seated in the fireplace is Kelsey’s 4-greats granddaughter, Sky Campbell from California. Courtesy of the Highlands Historical Society.  more
A Cinematic Anniversary
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2015/12 - December
Highlands Playhouse ushers in the holiday season with a host of first-run movies for every audience.  more
A Classic Joe Webb Cabin
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2017/07 - July
This jewel of a Joe Webb heirloom is just an easy stroll from downtown Highlands.   more
A Colorful Partnership
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2015/05 - May
The Art League of Highlands-Cashiers and The Bascom work together for a beautiful plateau.  more
A Comedy Tonight!
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2017/06 - June
Comedy tonight! Highlands Playhouse’s premiere 2017 offering, “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” is a bawdy, irresistible farce – July 13-29. For tickets or more information, call (828) 526-2695.  more
A Community Adopted
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2016/06 - June
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