Also, the White Labs Fermentation Festival is set for May 26 at its Charlotte Street location, and more.
A Weaverville woman well-known for playing Mrs. Claus at Craggy Mountain Line died recently, and more.
The sale of the shelter will fund a new animal sanctuary that Brother Wolf plans to build in Leicester, the group's executive director says.
Also, the annual Mountain Dance and Folk Festival returns this week, and much more.
Wind a PBR dog collar, leash, dog bowl and tennis ball at the fundraiser.
The animal rescue nonprofit hopes to boost adoptions with the opening of a new feline adoption center-slash-coffee shop.
Here's the video.
Brother Wolf is planning to go door-to-door to educate residents about its no-kill philosophy and offer its resources.
The new store will open this summer in the former Sims futon store location at 109 Patton Ave.
More than 40 local restaurants will donate $15 percent of food and drink sales to the Asheville Humane Society on Tuesday.
Brother Wolf also announces a plan to achieve status as a no-kill shelter, as well.
The two animal welfare organizations are combining forces to survive and keep serving the public.
Proceeds will benefit homeless animals in and around Asheville.
Press release here: Brother Wolf Animal Rescue welcomes you to the Grand Opening of our Re-Tail Store on Saturday, June 16th from 12-4pm, located at 38 Glendale Avenue in Asheville off of Swannanoa River Road. ...
Here’s the press release: Patton Avenue Pet Company is proud to announce our Grand Opening event, Saturday January 14th from noon until 4. Bring the furry kids and the human kids; all are welcome for ...
The Patton Avenue Pet Company is now officially open for business in West Asheville, according to loyal reader Jenna, the store’s owner. Time to go check it out. And buy your pet a Christmas present! ...