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Stu is giving up his favorite cheeseburger at Bull and Beggar for the next two weeks so he can give to MANNA.
RiverLink and the Clean Water Management Trust Fund gets $10 for every license plate.
Free workshops for artists and much more.
The show is a fundraiser for the Pisgah Division of the March of Dimes.
The benefit shows, at Flat Rock Playhouse and Asheville Community Theatre, are set for Jan. 23 and 27. Tickets are still available.
Each business has designated one item for the 12 Days of Giving. Ten percent of proceeds of the sale of that item will go to three Asheville nonprofits that feed and clothe homeless people.
Open Hearts brings art-related activities to adults with disabilities.
Pleasure Chest and Blind Boy Chocolate and the Milk Sheiks will perform, and attendees are encouraged to dress in their best “hiker chic.”
Sam Wharton is a local bluegrass musician who worked at Greenlife. His friends and family have launched a crowd-funding effort to raise money for medical bills.
Tickets are $100 a pop, but you get access to a mysterious castle and you benefit LEAF Schools & Streets.
The “Beer for Gear” event will help raise money for a community health clinic in Kenya.
The event will be held at Altamont Theatre on Church Street.
The dress designs were fantastic Monday night during the fundraising fashion show at Asheville Community Theatre.
Check out these photos from a weekend fashion show.
The fashion show is set for 7 p.m. on June 15 at The Mill Room.