How to Celebrate the Fall Equinox

Today, Sept. 22, marks the Fall Equinox, one of two days during the year when the day and the night are equal in length. 

Easter Celebrations in WNC

Easter Celebrations in WNC

Favorite Fall Events

Fall is an exciting, beautiful season in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Below is a roundup of some of the big events going on in the region. 

Labor Day Events

Some of the Labor Day events we’ve come to know and love have been canceled this year due to the pandemic and/or the recent flooding in parts of Haywood County. However, there are still plenty of ways to get out and enjoy the holiday weekend.

Celebrate Juneteenth in WNC!

Juneteenth Events in WNC:

Celebrate Earth Day

Celebrate Earth Day

• Celebrate the annual migration of the sicklefin redhorse, a crucial fish species in the Hiwassee River Valley with an educational viewing Thursday, April 22, at Welch Farm in Marble, hosted by Mainspring Conservation Trust and the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. Attend at 8 a.m. or 6 p.m. to watch aquatic biologists tag the many fish that will be caught in fyke nets in the Valley River. For directions, visit www.mainspringconserves.org/be-a-mainspring/properties/welch-farm.

Spring & Easter Events

Easter Celebrations

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