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Weaverville’s 6th Annual Christmas Candlelight Stroll

The Weaverville Business Association invites you to enjoy the sights and sounds of a small-town Christmas in downtown Weaverville during the 6th Annual Christmas Candlelight Stroll on December 11, 2009, from 6 until 9 p.m.

The festivities actually begin a little before 6 p.m. when Santa rides into town on his horse-pulled carriage (his reindeer need to rest up for their big day). He’ll be at M7 Realty, available for pictures and to hear everyone’s Christmas wishes.

Strolling along Main Street, visitors will find merchants open late and local church and school groups, as well as the Asheville Barbershop Quartet, will be caroling throughout the evening. The night will also feature entertainment, inside and outside our local businesses, from members of the Montford Park Players, Mars Hill College flute ensemble, Joyful Noise Dragonscales Chamber Quartet, Mountain Thunder Cloggers, North Buncombe Middle School band, Jill Totman storytelling and more.

For more information, visit: http://www.visitweaverville.com/candlelight

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Weaverville, NC’s “Art in Autumn” – September 19th!

photo_bottom_2008 Weaverville‘s third Annual Art in Autumn outdoor arts and crafts festival takes place September 19, from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Rain or shine, for one full day Main Street in Weaverville, North Carolina will be transformed into a marketplace for over a hundred juried artists and craftspeople. The music stage will feature old-time and bluegrass music. In addition to festival food vendors, area restaurants such as Blue Mountain Pizza, Well-Bred Bakery, Mike’s Main Street Grill, and Sunnyside Cafe will be open during the festival. Ample free parking is available in designated parking lots off north and south Main Street. There are also designated areas for handicapped parking. ArtInAutumn_logo

Appealing for both its accessibility and charm, Weaverville is just ten minutes north of Asheville. It has earned a reputation for its quaint small town atmosphere, artistic spirit, and distinctive shops. The third annual Art in Autumn festival brings a jovial celebration of community and fine art to Main Street Weaverville this September. All are welcome!

For more information, visit: www.visitweaverville.com/artinautumn!

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