Silver Creek hosts Humane Society PAWS-A-THON!!

Posted by Jochen | Posted in Silver Creek Real Estate Group, Things to Do | Posted on Wednesday, December 18, 2013

CHHS announces our first-ever PAWS-A-THON Pledge Drive for the Shelter Pets! This four-hour “telethon” takes place on Sunday, December 29th from noon-4pm. We will be taking pledge donations over the phone by our volunteers and staff at the offices of our sponsor and host, Silver Creek Real Estate Group. Silver Creek is a great friend to the animals, and they have graciously donated their offices and phone lines for our inaugural PAWS-A-THON.

On Sunday, December 29th from noon-4pm please call (828) 743-1999 and make a pledge to support the shelter pets! No donation is too big or too small, because every dollar counts and supports our no-kill shelter and our mission of rescue, spay/neuter and adoption for abandoned and neglected animals.
How your PAWS-A-THON pledge helps the shelter pets:
 
  •    $10 pays for a rabies vaccination
  •    $20 provides a pet with a microchip
  •    $30 feeds a shelter pet for a month
  •    $50 will spay or neuter a dog or cat
  •    $100 provides a pet one year’s worth of medications
  •    $500 supports our “Laurel Fund” for special medical needs animals
  •   $1,000 sponsors an entire day of spay/neuter with the H.E.A.R.T. of North Carolina for 27 animals

Mark your calendar for December 29th from noon-4pm to participate in our first-ever PAWS-A-THON! We look forward to taking your call, and we thank you for your support of the shelter pets at the Cashiers-Highlands Humane Society!

 

PAWS-A-THON HOTLINE DEC. 29th, NOON-4PM:

(828) 743-1999

 

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In These Mountains Presents: This is My History by Kenn Kotara

Posted by Jochen | Posted in Calendar of Events, Things to Do | Posted on Sunday, November 17, 2013

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The Highlands Plateau offers abundant inspiration to local inhabitants, visitors, and artists of the area. The Bascom is pleased to announce the work of Kenn Kotara, of Asheville, NC, in this year’s In These Mountains. His exhibition, This is My History, includes works that are contemporary, abstract, and grid-based.Kenn Kotara

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 16, 5 to 7 pm
Artist Talk: 5:30 pm, FREE
Giving Trees and Nog Off

The Bascom’s annual holiday event is a celebration of local non-profit organizations.

Giving Trees: Local nonprofit organizations decorate holiday trees that are displayed around The Bascom with donation boxes.

Nog Off: Participate in our Homemade Eggnog Competition by sampling and voting for your favorite!
Saturday, November 16, 5 to 7 pm. FREE!

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Cashiers NC Fireworks Postponed!

Posted by Jochen | Posted in Calendar of Events, Living in WNC, Things to Do | Posted on Friday, July 5, 2013

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fireworks2The Village Green has postponed the Fireworks Extravaganza due to weather and standing water on the lawn at the Village Green Commons. The event will be rescheduled for later in the season. You can visit the Village Green’s website for updates at www.villagegreencashiersnc.com.

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Lake Glenville NC – Visitors & Real Estate Guide

Posted by Jochen | Posted in Real Estate News, Silver Creek Real Estate Group, Things to Do | Posted on Saturday, March 24, 2012

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Lake Glenville, North Carolina

The crown jewel of the Glenville community – at 3,942 feet above sea level – Lake Glenville is the highest lake east of the Mississippi. With a surface area of over 1,400 acres and 26 miles of shoreline, Lake Glenville draws visitors from all over the Southeast to its pristine waters and glorious scenery. The high elevation provides pleasant climates year round, as well as incredible views of the lake, mountains, forest and waterfalls that are common in the region. Whether fishing, boating or swimming in this extraordinary lake, once you set foot in Lake Glenville, gently stirring her glassy surface, you’ll feel a stirring in your own heart. This feeling keeps visitors returning year after year, as they continue to build upon their special memories of days spent at the lake.

Lake Glenville is located in close proximity to the historic resort village of Cashiers, providing its residents with an opportunity to shop and dine to their heart’s content. Homes on Lake Glenville provide the best of both worlds – waterfront home combined with mountain home. A handful of Glenville communities provide a country club environment, all of which celebrate the natural beauty of the region.

Communities on Lake Glenville, North Carolina

You will never forget the sight of your first sunset over Lake Glenville and the mountains beyond. Silver Creek Real Estate Group has included below a list of some of Lake Glenville’s most exciting communities and subdivisions. To find your ideal mountain lake home, contact Silver Creek Real Estate Group. Our experienced brokers are authorities on the local market, and know where the very best views and fishing holes on Lake Glenville can be found.

Big Ridge

Offering some of the most breathtaking vistas of Western North Carolina’s mountains and valley below, the Big Ridge community is an eclectic blend of family farms and multi-million dollar estates. Local Christmas tree farms add to the mystique and character of this special community. Nearby Lake Glenville and the resort village of Cashiers offer many opportunities for fun to residents of Big Ridge. Lake Glenville is a fully recreational lake, affording many prospects for boating, water sports, swimming and fishing for residents and visitors to the area. The lake is 1,400 acres in size with 26 miles of natural shoreline for sunbathing and picnicking. Lake Glenville is the highest lake east of the Mississippi River and has three public boat launches and one marina. For the urban adventurer, the town of Cashiers is widely known for its cultural arts, unique shopping village and upscale dining establishments.

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Bridge Creek

The 155 lush, unspoiled acres that Bridge Creek is built upon was acquired from descendents of the original owners of the 1872 Land Grant – the Choate, Buchanan and Long families. This unique community invites its residents to enjoy a lifetime of special memories on the mountain, memories that will be passed down from generation to generation just as the land on which the community lies was shared. Entryway to Bridge Creek is through a rustic covered bridge over gentle Norton Creek, immediately giving one the sense of history and wonder and the feeling of taking a step back in time. Three trout streams wind their way through the community, offering plenty of opportunities to splash in the cool water, rest in the warmth of the sun-soaked shore, or grab a pole and go fishin’ for supper. Miles of hiking trails abound for the explorer. Picnicking in the Spring House Pavilion, swapping tall tales by the fire at the Buchanan Chimney Garden, and playing games with friends and neighbors at the Family Sports Garden are all wonderful examples of activities that hearken back to a simpler time and amenities that coexist beautifully with nature. Home sites in Bridge Creek range in size from one to five acres, offering panoramic views of Lake Glenville or miles of mountain ranges. A short drive from the historic village of Cashiers, Bridge Creek is founded on the belief in paying homage to the past through its Great Camp style home designs and honoring the gifts of nature.

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Buck Knob Island

Located at the heart of Lake Glenville, Buck Knob Island consists of just 19 private luxury home sites of approximately one acre in size – 16 along the shoreline and 3 on the interior of this serene, tree-lined island. Residents of the island may park their cars under covered parking or dock their boats at Buck Knob Landing on the mainland, and take a water taxi to their truly exclusive island home. Golf cart paths wind through the island making travel throughout the property not only convenient, but fun. Boat docks are also permitted in front of each lakefront residence. The Island HOA maintains a full-time Resident Caretaker to assist with concierge services and prepare the homes for the residents’ arrival.

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Buck Knob Landing

Resting on the east end of Lake Glenville, this incredible lakefront community is perfectly positioned for amazing views of the sun setting over the lake and mountains in the distance. With fully recreational Lake Glenville as the heart and soul of Buck Knob Landing, the “Landing” refers to the bustling community dock which is open to all residents.

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Cullowhee Forest

Located in a part of Western North Carolina that is extremely proud of its waterfalls, Cullowhee Forest is named for the stunning cascades that can be found throughout the region. Set along the spectacular Tuckasegee River, home sites in Cullowhee Forest encompass beautiful natural settings with some of the most awe-inspiring views of the river and Blue Ridge Mountains beyond. Wildlife abounds in this remote rural community – deer, rabbits, squirrels, native birds and more can be found roaming freely. Homes in Cullowhee Forest range in style from traditional to contemporary, but all adhere to strict architectural guidelines and honor the beauty of the natural environment. While this unique community provides its residents with the peace and quiet of rustic mountain life, the shops, restaurants and entertainment of the resort village of Cashiers are just 10 short miles away.

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Glen Laurel

Located a short 30-minute drive from Cashiers, Cullowhee and Franklin, North Carolina, the lovely Glen Laurel community lies at the north end of Lake Glenville. Residents of Glen Laurel have easy access to all of the pleasures that Lake Glenville has to offer – boating, waterskiing, jet skiing, swimming, fishing and more. The community offers amazing views of the lake and surrounding mountains.

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Glenshore

One of the more established lakefront subdivisions on Lake Glenville, Glenshore is a gated community featuring some of the most beautiful multi-million dollar homes in the area. Many are designed and constructed by local custom home builders, and adhere to strict architectural guidelines intended to complement the pristine natural setting. Each home site is individual, offering unique perspectives of the lake, forest, mountains or all of the above. Glenshore on Lake Glenville offers its residents all of the pleasures the lake has to offer – boating, waterskiing, jet skiing, swimming, fishing and more.

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The Lake Club

Nestled on 150 acres along the shoreline of Lake Glenville near the resort village of Cashiers, North Carolina, The Lake Club is a private community offering the very best of mountain and lakefront living. Touted as “a place where memories are created and traditions continue to grow”, The Lake Club is a very special family-focused development featuring 36 estate-sized home sites and a quaint cottage division. Special attention and careful planning have been given to the architectural and environmental covenants within this exclusive gated community in order to preserve and celebrate the pristine natural setting.

One of the finest examples of this concentration toward marrying architecture to its environment is found in The Lake Club Lodge. Exquisitely designed by renowned architect Tom Greene and Associates to be reminiscent of an Adirondack camp from a bygone era, The Lodge features native poplar bark, locust wood and stone accents. This well-appointed clubhouse is an ideal place where friends and neighbors can gather together near the stacked stone fireplace or enjoy breathtaking views from one of many covered porches. Another popular Lake Club amenity, The Marina, is not just a place where homeowners can park their boats; it also offers a generous sundeck to soak up the sun on large Adirondack chairs and an enclosed swimming area, safe from passing motor boats and jet skis. In addition, The Lake Club Meadow is a two-acre park set at the heart of the community where neighbors can play a game of horseshoes or warm themselves by a bonfire under a sea of stars on a cool fall evening. The Meadow also offers many beautiful natural features, ideal for strolling or splashing – including streams, three ponds and hiking trails along a cascading waterfall.  There is no shortage of fun to be had nearby, as well. Beautiful Lake Glenville provides 1,400 breathtaking acres for fishing, boating and watersports, and the historic villages of Cashiers and Highlands feature abundant choices for fine dining and eclectic shops for exploring.

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Sims Valley

At the turn of the 20th century, Willis and Laura Sims settled in a high valley with clear 40-mile vistas of the Great Smoky Mountains in the west. They built a rustic mountain home, lived off the land and raised their six children here. Today, the valley is home to Sims Valley – a unique mountain community built in the same spirit as the Sims family homestead. It is a place of beauty, a place for families, a place where residents live in harmony with the nature that surrounds them.

Located between the historic towns of Cullowhee and Cashiers, Sims Valley provides their homeowners with the feeling of living within a national park, rather than a resort community. Intersected by winding nature trails, designed by Trail Dynamics (who often design for the National Park Service), Sims Valley offers many opportunities to let their residents’ spirits soar with the natural splendor that is housed within this one-of-a-kind property. The peaceful sound of cascading waterfalls, the exotic fragrance of mountain laurel and native wildflowers and the awe-inspiring sight of the Smokies blend together for an exceptional outdoor experience. Go shopping or dining in Cashiers or Highlands, explore Nantahala National Forest, take a boat ride on Lake Glenville or enjoy the many amenities that Sims Valley has to offer.

The Sims Family Homestead still stands and now serves as community gathering place. In fact, there is no shortage of places for the community to gather together at Sims Valley. The Mountain Clubhouse contains a fitness center and spa, swimming pool, large great room with fireplace, caterer’s kitchen, outdoor grill and two outdoor fireplaces, paired with some of the most amazing views available at the property. The Mountain Chapel – located at the north end of the property – offers an open-air gathering place for Sims Valley residents to enjoy a picnic, a roaring fire in the outdoor fireplace or breathtaking vista of the valley and the mountains beyond.

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Stonebridge

One of Lake Glenville’s most exclusive neighborhoods, Stonebridge is comprised of just eight home sites – many offering stunning views of the sun rising over the lake and as much as 300 feet of deep water along the shoreline. This distinctive waterfront enclave contains multi-million dollar custom homes designed by some of the Carolinas’ finest architects, each shrouded by a thick canopy of hardwoods for added privacy and truly natural beauty. Whether looking out at the lake from an expansive rear deck, or looking up at the homes of Stonebridge from your boat on the water, the view will not disappoint!

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Stone Pointe

With a tagline that reads, “Imagine – it’s not just a dream anymore,” Stone Pointe offers the ultimate combination of waterfront and mountain luxury living to its residents. Encompassing just eight remarkable home sites, Stone Pointe seeks to provide each resident with the security of a gated community, the privacy of heavily wooded lots and some of the most amazing vistas that Western North Carolina has become so famous for. Docks are pre-approved along the shoreline and each property offers direct access to beautiful Lake Glenville.

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Summer Cove

Located in a peaceful cove of Lake Glenville, the new Summer Cove community is comprised of 24 lovely acres of tree-laden lots with some along the shoreline. The community is accessed by way of Pine Creek Road at the north end of Lake Glenville. A charming drive through the magnificently maintained Black Angus Farm leads visitors to the entrance of Summer Cove. Proximity to the renowned towns of Highlands and Cashiers, oversized lots and the quiet cove location make this a highly desirable real estate opportunity. Best of all, Summer Cove offers its residents all of the pleasures Lake Glenville has to offer – boating, waterskiing, jet skiing, swimming, fishing and more.

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Summer Hill

A prestigious gated community on Lake Glenville, Summer Hill encompasses 76 acres of custom-built luxury homes, heavily forested interior and waterfront lots. Community amenities include a lakefront pavilion, marina and tennis courts. Residents enjoy easy access to all of Lake Glenville’s recreational activities, including boating, sailing, waterskiing, jet skiing, swimming and fishing.

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Trillium

True to its credo – “Where Families Belong” – Trillium is among the most exciting, family-friendly properties on beautiful Lake Glenville. Striking homes featuring Arts and Crafts and Adirondack style architecture line the community’s streets, showcasing special characteristics such as stone and timber accents, poplar bark siding and exposed beams. Each home is designed to exist in harmony with the awesome show of nature that can be found throughout Trillium. The award-winning 18-hole championship golf course, designed by Morris Hatalsky, is as challenging as it is beautiful. Clinics and private lessons are available with the full-time pro on site. The less challenging par three Garden Golf course is a terrific amenity the entire family can enjoy without the worry of tee times and scorecards. A day of fishing in any one of Trillium’s stocked ponds, picnicking at the Lakeside Pavilion or playing a game of croquet on the Arbor Lawn will bring new meaning to the word “carefree.”

Set at the heart of the community, Trillium’s clubhouse is an architectural masterpiece, combining mountain laurel accents with dry stacked stoned for an inspired gathering place that gives the feel of luxury housed within an old, rustic lodge. The clubhouse is an integral part of life at Trillium, offering residents casual dining in the Grille Room overlooking the 18th fairway, a wrap-around porch for world-class dining with a view and an expansive lawn for hosting special community events on holidays like Easter, Fourth of July and Labor Day. Gourmet dining is also available at The Landings, set at the tip of Lake Glenville, with opportunities for a romantic view of the sunset and dinner by candlelight.

Apple Orchard Park is Trillium’s wildly popular fitness and wellness center, boasting three indoor clay tennis courts and state-of-the-art fitness equipment, as well as services like fitness classes and spa treatments. Central to it all lies Lake Glenville. Trillium has a fleet of boats available for rental – canoes, kayaks, fishing boats, deck boats, runabouts and pontoons. Water ski equipment and other water sport items are also available to rent. A short drive to nearby Cashiers provides family members with a fun-filled day of shopping and strolling the streets of an historic resort village. There is no shortage to the number of adventures a family can have while living at Trillium.

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Sapphire Valley NC – Visitors & Real Estate Guide

Posted by Jochen | Posted in Real Estate News, Silver Creek Real Estate Group, Things to Do | Posted on Saturday, March 24, 2012

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Sapphire Valley, North Carolina

Originating as primarily a mining town, Sapphire, North Carolina is a “jewel” of a find along the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau. Perhaps best known for its most popular destination, Wyndham Resort at Fairfield’s Sapphire Valley, Sapphire offers an abundance of amenities and activities. The resort has partnered with a number of area communities to share their facilities with local residents.

Another destination that serves as a draw to Sapphire and sets it apart from some of the other local communities is the Sapphire Valley Ski Resort. Opportunities to ski or snowboard the slopes rest on the resorts two downhill runs – one with a 200 foot vertical drop at 1,600 feet in length, and one considerably milder “bunny hill”. The resort also features a fun two-lane tube park called Frozen Falls. Sapphire is also home to the Sapphire Mountain Brewing Company, a lively pub located overlooking the Sapphire National Golf Course.

Sapphire also stands out for its natural beauty. Portions of the U.S. National Forestry’s Panthertown Valley lie within Sapphire, filled with miles of hiking trails, cascading waterfalls and unspoiled forest. Neighborhoods in Sapphire vary from affordable single-family homes to luxury mountain estates.

Our website and blog provide you with a complete list of restaurants, golf courses, skiing, and much more. We have also provided you a Visitor’s Guide for the entire Cashiers, Highlands, Sapphire, and Lake Glenville area.

Communities in Sapphire Valley, North Carolina

Many communities in Sapphire and the surrounding area are afforded access to all of the incredible amenities available at Wyndham Resort at Fairfield’s Sapphire Valley. These amenities include the 50-acre Sapphire Lake, the 18-hole PGA Sapphire National Golf Course, 9-hole golf course, one indoor and two outdoor swimming pools, ten tennis courts, health club with state-of-the-art fitness equipment, boating and fishing on the lake, horseback riding, game room, massage services, miniature golf and more. Communities offering access to Fairfield’s Sapphire Valley include: Bald Rock, Cedar Hill, Country Club Estates, Deer Run, Eagle Ridge, Falcon Ridge, FiveStone, Fox Run Ridge, Golf Club Estates, Holly Forest I – XIV, Round Hill, Sapphire High, Stone Creek Estates, Stonecreek Crossing, The Divide at Bald Rock and Whisper Lake.

Silver Creek Real Estate Group has included below a list of some of Sapphire Valley’s most exciting communities and subdivisions. Whether you’re seeking a family vacation home, quaint retirement cottage or looking to make a real estate investment in Sapphire Valley, Silver Creek brokers are experts in the local market. Contact us today!

Bald Rock

This 776-acre private gated community prides itself in being “a civilized wilderness” by combining luxury mountain living on estate-sized lots with the majesty and splendor of a beautiful natural setting. Bald Rock is adjacent to the U.S. Forest Services’ Panthertown Valley, providing 6,700 acres of unspoiled forests, a rare Appalachian bog, 20 miles of trout streams, waterfalls and miles of walking trails offering plenty of opportunities for hiking and exploring. A Westmark Development, Bald Rock’s home sites in vary in size from three to an astounding twelve acres, and offer incredible views of the valley, the forest and the mountains beyond. The community features an equestrian center, stables, riding arena and a network of trails for sightseeing by horseback. Residents of Bald Rock have access to all of the amenities of Wyndham Resort at Fairfield’s Sapphire Valley, including golf, swimming, tennis and much more.

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Burlingame at Sapphire Lakes

Established in 1983, Burlingame at Sapphire Lakes is an equity club and master-planned community in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Burlingame Country Club lies at the heart of the development and features an exquisitely appointed Clubhouse with three dining rooms and two lounges, as well as a 24-hour fitness center, top-ranked championship 18-hole golf course, four Har-Tru tennis courts and one hard court, heated swimming pool and endless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Real estate opportunities in Burlingame range from scenic riverfront home sites and luxury mountain view homes to rustic lodge-inspired condos that line the golf course.

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Deer Run

A fairly intimate enclave of just 50 homes and home sites, Deer Run is a gated community located within five miles of the historic town of Cashiers. Residents of Deer Run have access to all of the amenities of Wyndham Resort at Fairfield’s Sapphire Valley, including golf, fitness center, swimming and tennis.

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The Divide at Bald Rock

Situated along the Eastern Continental Divide, bordered by the natural beauty of Panthertown Valley and adjacent to the prestigious Bald Rock community, The Divide at Bald Rock offers an eclectic blend of estate-sized home sites and cozy cabin lots. Encompassing 244 acres and set at elevations topping 4,500 feet above sea level, views from the Divide include cascading waterfalls, abundant foliage and awe-inspiring views of the mountains and valley floor. The Divide features an open-air pavilion for family and community gatherings, which includes a full kitchen and two stacked stone fireplaces. The equestrian center at Bald Rock is available to residents of The Divide, as are all of the amenities of Wyndham Resort at Fairfield’s Sapphire Valley, including golf, swimming, tennis and much more.

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Falcon Ridge

A 290-acre limited development community in the Sapphire area of Western North Carolina, Falcon Ridge is designed to showcase luxury mountain homes living in harmony with the mountain laurel, wildflowers, waterfalls and wildlife that surrounds them. More than three-quarters of the community have been earmarked as green space, allowing for only 60 very special home sites within Falcon Ridge. At an elevation of 4500 feet above sea level on Hogback Mountain, each home site allows for amazing views of the surrounding mountain range, the Sapphire Valley below and long-range views stretching into parts of both North and South Carolina. Residents of Falcon Ridge enjoy mild temperatures year round, as well as a lovely three-acre meadow with community pavilion and outdoor bonfire ring on the property. Falcon Ridge homeowners are also granted access to the amenities of Wyndham Resort at Fairfield’s Sapphire Valley.

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FiveStone

This exclusive gated community of just 18 lots set on 53 beautiful acres, FiveStone is a must-see. Located at an elevation of 4,000 feet above sea level, within a few hundred yards of the Trailhead for Panthertown Valley National Forest, this community is a nature lover’s dream. Lovely views of the waterfalls, lakes, streams and forests of the area combine with the backdrop of the mountain ranges beyond for incomparable panoramas. Residents of FiveStone are also granted access to the amenities of Wyndham Resort at Fairfield’s Sapphire Valley, including golf, swimming, tennis and more.

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Golf Club Estates

Nestled behind the gates of the Country Club of Sapphire Valley is the single family community of Golf Club Estates. On the 106 lots you will find mostly seasonal residents. Meander around Cherokee Trail as it follows the private eighteen hole golf course of Country Club of Sapphire Valley. The fantastic views of Chimney Top, Bald Rock and Rock Mountain greet you further on Golf View Road. There is plenty of golf, tennis, hiking, boating and fishing within twenty minutes of most resident locations, as well as great restaurants and shopping in the town of Cashiers. Residents love their peaceful and tranquil setting.

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Holly Forest

Boasting country club living minus the country club price, Holly Forest (phases I – XIV) is a collection of subdivisions featuring affordable mountain homes, home sites and condominiums. It is the largest single-family and condominium community on the mountain. Residents of Holly Forest are granted access to the amenities of Wyndham Resort at Fairfield’s Sapphire Valley. Holly Forest is located within a short drive to the unique shops, world-class dining and distinctive culture of the resort village of Cashiers.

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Lonesome Valley

With a history dating back to 1895, Lonesome Valley has served as a bastion to the great outdoors ever since Pittsburgh entrepreneur E.H. Jennings first acquired 35,000 acres near the sleepy village of Cashiers. Gracefully spanning the valley floor of the largest box canyon east of the Rockies, Lonesome Valley is said by many to be the place where Heaven and Earth meet. Today, with planned activities for residents and amenities such as community gatherings in The Farm House, recreation in The Sports Barn and relaxation at The Remote Spa, Lonesome Valley is anything but lonesome. Cottage and home designs pay homage to the Southern Appalachian farmhouses of a bygone era. Great care is given to preserving the history and natural setting that Lonesome Valley has become famous for.

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Spring Forest

Perched on the outermost edge of Cashiers overlooking the Sapphire Valley, Spring Forest is a distinctive gated community offering the best of luxury mountain living, along with panoramic vistas of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Many of the custom designed homes in this prestigious neighborhood are architectural masterpieces. Homes and lots offer incredible views over Panthertown National Forest, Sapphire Valley, and Bald Rock. Located just minutes to Sapphire and Cashiers, the convenience to so many activities, shopping, and restaurants, make Spring Forest a very desirable established community.

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Whisper Lake

With reflections of majestic pines on its surface, Whisper Lake quietly beckons residents of this waterfront community to kayak or canoe its pristine waters. Some homeowners in this small mountain community may elect to build within a stand of hardwood trees or with incomparable views of the mountain ridges seen for miles. Residents of the Whisper Lake subdivision are welcome to enjoy the wide variety of amenities of Wyndham Resort at Fairfield’s Sapphire Valley, including golf, fitness center, tennis and much more.

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Cashiers, NC – Visitors & Real Estate Guide

Posted by Jochen | Posted in Living in WNC, Real Estate News, Silver Creek Real Estate Group, Things to Do | Posted on Saturday, March 24, 2012

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Visitor’s Guide for Cashiers, North Carolina

Cashiers, North Carolina is one of the Southeast’s premier resort destinations. Widely known for its amazing atmosphere, unique culture, upscale shopping and world-class dining, the historic village of Cashiers has been a haven for vacationing families for well over a century. Drawn to the natural beauty of the area and mild temperatures that accompany elevations of over 3,500 feet above sea level, countless visitors have selected Cashiers as their vacation spot of choice and keep returning, year after year.

For those who live here year round, breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains continue to astound, the scents of wildflowers and mountain laurel blended together on a cool mountain breeze continue to inspire, and the activities of a stroll through an ancient forest or the time-honored tradition of a day of fly fishing continue to delight. Since its inception, the Cashiers community has been based largely upon a foundation of Southern Hospitality in celebration of nature’s splendor. You are welcome to enjoy an outdoor concert on the Village Green, explore the gift shops that line the streets of Cashiers’ downtown area, or just sit back, relax and breathe in the unforgettable sights and sounds that surround you.

One more thing … if you want to blend in with the locals, make sure you pronounce Cashiers correctly! Although it looks like the word for a person who rings up your purchase at a store, it is actually pronounced KASH-erz.

Our website and blog provide you with a complete list of restaurants, shoppinggolf courses and much more. We have also provided you a Visitor’s Guide for the entire Cashiers, Highlands, Sapphire, and Lake Glenville area.

Cashiers contains some of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Western North Carolina, with distinctive homes amid rich forests, sparkling lakes and expansive mountain views. We invite you to visit Cashiers and fall in love with this one-of-a-kind community, as so many families have done before you.

Communities in Cashiers, North Carolina

Silver Creek Real Estate Group has included below a list of some of Cashiers’ most exciting communities and subdivisions. Contact a Silver Creek broker today to begin your quest for the perfect vacation home, real estate investment or your “heirloom” dream home, a home that will be passed down from generation to generation, in the spirit of the pioneers who first settled here.

 

Arrowhead

Tucked away on heavily wooded lots, with a charming outdoor fireplace at the heart of the community, lie the lovely cottages of Arrowhead. This exclusive gated community is conveniently located at the edge of Cashiers along Highway 107, providing residents with the tranquility that has become synonymous with life in the Blue Ridge Mountains, as well as easy access to the upscale dining and shopping district of Cashiers, North Carolina. Each home is unique, boasting stone accents, vaulted ceilings, oversized screened porches, flexible floor plans and masters on main. The two- and three-bedroom cottages, designed by prominent Carolina architects Meyer-Greeson-Paullin-Benson, are the perfect fit for the dedicated entertainer or the peaceful weekender. The cottages at Arrowhead border the renowned communities of Wade Hampton and Chattooga Club.

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Big Sheepcliff

Set high atop a mountain bearing the same name, the homes at Big Sheepcliff provide some of the most spectacular vistas North Carolina has to offer. This private gated community offers large, secluded lots and a short drive to the fine dining, culture and shopping of Cashiers, presenting its residents with opportunities for the best of both worlds. With nature playing a central role throughout the development, 52 acres of the property have been donated to the North Carolina Nature Conservancy, making this the ideal community for any nature lover. Visit Big Sheepcliff today and enjoy breathtaking views of Lake Glenville, Whiteside Mountain, Terrapin Mountain, and beyond.

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Cedar Creek

Like most communities along the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau, Cedar Creek is rich in history and abundant in prestigious, highly sought-after subdivisions. Subdivisions of Cedar Creek include Cedar Creek Cliffs, Cedar Creek Woods, Cedar Crest, Cedar High, Cedar Hill, Cedar Meadows, Cedar Ridge Estates, Chinquapin, High Hemlock, Laurel Falls, Little Sheepcliff, Mountain Waterfall Estates, Pinnacle Ridge, and Zachary’s Gap. Central to the community lies Cedar Creek Racquet Club, a private tennis club established in 1981, featuring a family-friendly environment for those who choose tennis over North Carolina’s popular sport of golf. Aside from tennis on well-maintained clay courts, Cedar Creek Racquet Club also features Lupton Lake, a state-of-the-art fitness center, hiking trails, racquetball, fishing, canoeing, swimming and so much more. Cedar Creek as a whole is a stunning collection of luxury homes and family farms. Cedar Creek is easily accessible by way of Cedar Creek Road from Highway 107 at Lake Glenville and Highway 64 at Cashiers.

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Cedar Hill

Situated between Cashiers and Sapphire Valley, Cedar Hill is an upscale, gated community offering its residents awe-inspiring views and the very best in luxury mountain living. Whether searching for the latest in elegant mountain construction or a very special lot to call your own, Cedar Hill will not disappoint. An easy hike from your backdoor will lead you to the natural splendor of waterfalls set amongst a backdrop of hardwoods. Be one with nature, but enjoy the modern conveniences of underground utilities available to all home sites and a short drive into town. Residents of Cedar Hill have access to all of the amenities of nearby Wyndham Resort at Fairfield’s Sapphire Valley – including golf, swimming, tennis, health club and much more (see Sapphire Communities for more information).

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Chattooga Club

When Rivers Enterprises set out to develop the exclusive gated community of Chattooga Club, they sought to pay homage to the native architecture and cultural heritage of the Western North Carolina region. With an upscale, family-friendly club atmosphere against the backdrop of the beautiful natural scenery of the property’s 200 acres, Chattooga Club offers something for everyone, from quaint cottages to lavish custom homes and estate-sized home sites as large as 14 acres. The Club’s Life Enhancement Center seeks to live up to its name by offering a variety of the latest fitness equipment, high energy aerobics classes and personal trainers, paired with a world-class spa featuring relaxing indulgent offerings like body massage, facials, manicures and pedicures. You may feel like you’ve taken a step back in time to a bygone era when you play on one of two beautifully maintained croquet lawns. Additional Club amenities include three Har-Tru tennis courts, heated swimming pool, fully stocked trout lake, active children’s programs, hiking trails and gourmet dining at The Chattooga Club Lodge. Club membership is by member referral and board approval only.

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Chattooga Ridge

“Luxury Condominiums for Discriminating Taste” reads the tagline for Chattooga Ridge. Set at one of the highest elevations on the Plateau, 4,000 feet above sea level, residents of Chattooga Ridge will enjoy cool mountain breezes and remarkable panoramas from over 500 square feet of outdoor living decks year round. The condos average 2,700 square feet of heated indoor living spaces, which include a two-car garage with an elevator to each unit, two fireplaces (one located outdoors on the living deck), 10-foot ceilings and professional grade appliances. Chattooga Ridge offers its residents an uncompromising Cashiers mountain lifestyle.

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Chinquapin

With a credo touting “Life as it was meant to be lived … naturally,” the 2,000-acre mountain community of Chinquapin takes their charge very seriously. Homes in Chinquapin are designed to appear as one with the stunning natural landscape. Chinquapin’s sprawling backyard includes 6,600 acres of Panthertown Valley National Forest, featuring miles of winding hiking trails leading to at least eight major waterfalls, and sandy beaches beautifully framed by trees for a relaxing respite by a clear mountain pool.

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Cullasaja Club

Situated in the mountains between Highlands and Cashiers at 4,250 feet above sea level, Cullasaja Club combines luxury living and the ultimate in leisure for a truly one-of-a-kind community. At the heart of this exclusive gated enclave lies a par 72, 18-hole Arnold Palmer golf course, as well as a clubhouse with mixed grill and formal dining room. Cullasaja Club also boasts one hard surface and five lighted clay tennis courts, state-of-the-art fully-staffed fitness and activity center, and canoeing, kayaking or fishing on fully-stocked Lake Ravenal.

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High Hampton

Some of the most sought after and established neighborhoods in Cashiers can be found in the High Hampton community, bordering the High Hampton Inn and Country Club. Many of these subdivisions are located just south of the Cashiers Crossroads, offering easy access to the unique shops and restaurants that line downtown streets. A collection of upscale High Hampton homes are located along Chattooga Wood Road, Heaton Forest Road and Sheep Laurel Road. High Hampton is not only a fine example of luxury mountain living, but pays tribute to a long tradition of “heirloom” properties – as families tend to return year after year and pass these homes down from generation to generation.

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High Hampton Inn and Country Club

Rich in history and brimming with Southern hospitality, High Hampton Inn and Country Club has been charming visitors of Western North Carolina since the early 19th century. Beloved mountain retreat of South Carolina’s Civil War Brigadier General, Governor, and U.S. Senator Wade Hampton III (1818-1902), many of the buildings and historic artifacts from the original family estate were lost in a fire in 1932. Construction began almost immediately of a three-story inn in place of the previous Hampton Hunting Lodge. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the inn still stands today, and continues to serve up unrivaled service along with its famous fried chicken and decadent desserts.

With all the natural beauty and outdoor activities available at High Hampton, patrons of the historically accurate rustic Inn will hardly miss the fact that there are no telephones or televisions in the guestrooms. Visitors are invited instead to enjoy swimming, boating and fishing on the 35-acre private mountain lake, as well as golf, tennis, hiking and spa. For more than 175 years, guests of High Hampton have been enjoying grand views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Chimneytop Mountain and Rock Mountain. A wonderful retreat for families and noted for its imaginative children’s programs, High Hampton has been honored as one of 100 Best Family Resorts. Vacation homes and quaint cottages are also available throughout the property’s 1,400 acres. The Inn and Country Club is a favorite spot for corporate retreats, weddings and family reunions.

High Meadows

Just a short three-mile drive from the Cashiers Crossroads, the lovely gated community of High Meadows offers a private enclave of home sites of up to 10 acres in size. Bordered by the stunning beauty of the Nantahala National Forest, with crystal clear views of Whiteside, Terrapin, Sassafras and Black Rock Mountains, High Meadows of Cashiers serves as a quiet refuge for its residents. With community playing a central theme, as it does in many Cashiers communities, a lovely pavilion with outdoor fireplace and picnic area is at the heart of High Meadows. It serves as a perfect gathering place for neighbors or special family events. A network of hiking trails run throughout the neighborhood – ideal for a morning hike, mountain biking, horseback riding or an evening stroll under starry skies.

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Little Terrapin

Nestled between High Hampton Inn and Wade Hampton Golf Club, Little Terrapin provides spectacular views of the Cashiers valley and close proximity to all that Cashiers has to offer. The Little Terrapin Mountain Summit climbs to an astounding 4,052 feet above sea level, making anyone who is fortunate enough to reside there feel like a veritable “king of the mountain.”

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Lonesome Valley

With a history dating back to 1895, Lonesome Valley has served as a bastion to the great outdoors since Pittsburgh entrepreneur E.H. Jennings first acquired 35,000 acres near the sleepy village of Cashiers. Gracefully spanning the valley floor of the largest box canyon east of the Rockies, Lonesome Valley is said by many to be the place where Heaven and Earth meet. Today, with planned activities for residents and amenities such as community gatherings in The Farm House, recreation in The Sports Barn, and relaxation at The Remote Spa, Lonesome Valley is anything but. Cottage and home designs pay homage to the Southern Appalachian farmhouses of a bygone era. Great care is given to preserving the history and natural setting that Lonesome Valley has become famous for.

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Mountaintop Golf & Lake Club

True to its name, Mountaintop Golf & Lake Club is perched high atop a beautiful expanse of the Blue Ridge Mountains between the popular destinations of Cashiers and Highlands, North Carolina. At 4,000 feet above sea level, Mountaintop offers its residents not only some of the most beautiful views in the region, but also extremely pleasant climates, no matter the season. Set upon a sprawling 731 acres, the developer – Discovery Land Company – has designed a luxury mountain retreat community of just 251 estate lots and 75 cabins and lodges peppered about the property. Lots range in size from one-half acre to five acres, providing residents with the peace and quiet that has become a trademark of luxury mountain living. From a cascading waterfall to a nest of birds high atop a hardwood tree, the sights and sounds of nature surround the community. However, for those who seek more than just peace and quiet, amusing activities abound.

Mountaintop is highly revered for the level of service available to club members through the added benefits of property management and lifestyle concierge services. For the fun lover, Mountaintop offers a Tom Fazio-designed golf course, as well as opportunities for water sports like kayaking, wave running and canoeing at the private Lake Club on nearby Lake Glenville. For the nature lover, Mountaintop offers horseback riding, fly fishing and plenty of trails for hiking and exploring. For those seeking inner peace, a trip to Mountaintop’s world-class spa should do the trick. The possibilities are truly endless.

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Old Edwards Club at Highlands Cove

At a vantage point of 4,700 feet above sea level, homeowners at Old Edwards Club at Highlands Cove will feel as though they’re on top of the world. Situated between the historic mountain villages of Cashiers and Highlands, this master-planned gated community houses 440 acres of some of Western North Carolina’s most stunning terrain. Whether you’re searching for the perfect home site to building that dream home, or considering the easy maintenance of a luxury condominium, Old Edwards Club at Highlands Cove may just be the answer.

Central to Old Edwards’ amenities are the superbly manicured par 71 championship courses of the Highland 9 and the Cove 9. PGA professional instructors are available for private lessons to help residents up their game. The full service, 15,000 square foot Clubhouse at Old Edwards Club complements the Spa and Fitness Center beautifully. In an effort to offer the very best to their residents, the clubhouse and golf course at Old Edwards Club at Highlands Cove is currently undergoing extensive renovation. Plans are also underway for a swim complex to round out the resident’s leisure experience. Old Edwards Club at Highlands Cove offers their homeowners a trifecta of nature, leisure and luxury living.

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Pinchot

Named after famed conservationist Gifford Pinchot, this unique 350 acre community was master planned by renowned Carolina designers Seamon Whiteside + Associates. A self-proclaimed “mountain meadowland,” the view from just inside the community’s gates is all blue skies, green trees and the graceful rolling hillsides of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Located just off of Highway 107 near the town of Cashiers, Pinchot offers residents striking multi-million dollar residences and estate-sized home sites ranging in size from two to fourteen acres. Pinchot features several community parks, a common outdoor fireplace overlooking the town of Cashiers and Whiteside, Chimneytop and Rock Mountains. Whiteside Overlook serves as a popular community summerhouse with simply stunning views of Whiteside Mountain. Easy access to both Lake Hurricane and Lake Glenville are available from the community, and many properties include membership in Mountaintop Golf & Lake Club (upon applicant approval).

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Sheepcliff Crossing and Sheepcliff Woods

Nestled near the Cashiers Crossroads adjacent to the sprawling Big Sheepcliff Community, the twin gated communities of Sheepcliff Crossing and Sheepcliff Woods are relatively small in comparison to some of the expansive communities available along the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau. Both Sheepcliff Crossing and Sheepcliff Woods offer their residents a more private, exclusive experience, ideal for the family seeking the quiet and solitude of life in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Custom homes available within each community reflect an Adirondack style of architecture –  rustic elegance with heavy timber and stone accents – giving one the sense of taking a step back in time.

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Spring Forest

Perched on the outermost edge of Cashiers and overlooking the Sapphire Valley, Spring Forest is a distinctive gated community offering the best of luxury mountain living along with panoramic vistas of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. Many of the custom designed homes in this prestigious neighborhood are architectural masterpieces.

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Wade Hampton Golf Club

Named for South Carolina’s Civil War Brigadier General, Governor and U.S. Senator Wade Hampton III (1818-1902), Wade Hampton Golf Club was built upon 600 acres of land parceled from the historic High Hampton grounds near Cashiers in 1984.

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Now celebrating a quarter of a century as one of Western North Carolina’s most sought after luxury communities, Wade Hampton Golf Club features an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Tom Fazio. The Wade Hampton Course has received accolades since its inception, including a #1 ranking in GolfWeek Magazine for Best Residential Golf Course in 2009 and recognition as the highest ranked course in North Carolina in Golf Digest Magazine’s “America’s 100 Greatest Golf Courses” in 2007. The course was also recently honored with a ranking of #54 of the Top 100 Courses in the World!

In keeping with a Club of such high stature, the Wade Hampton clubhouse offers beautiful views of the golf course and Chimneytop Mountain, as well as world-class dining. Tennis, swimming, fishing and hiking throughout the beautiful natural setting that surrounds the course are just a few of the other activities available at Wade Hampton. Membership to this exclusive club is by invitation only. The residences that line the narrow lanes of Wade Hampton Golf Club under a canopy of trees rest on lots ranging from one quarter to over five acres in size, and vary from quaint mountain cottages to palatial estates.

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Wildcat Cliffs Country Club

Nestled at the base of the north face of Whiteside Mountain, Wildcat Cliffs Country Club was built to accommodate those with both discerning taste and a love of the natural splendor found on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau. Situated between the resort villages of Cashiers and Highlands, there are plenty of activities and amenities to keep residents within the gates of this private membership club. Built on the highest elevation of the Plateau, the Wildcat Cliffs Golf Course – designed by noted golf course architect, George W. Cobb – offers plenty of challenges, as well as incredible views.

Central to the community, the 21,000 square foot clubhouse features a fabulous dining room with cathedral ceilings, lounge and bar area, outdoor terrace overlooking the putting green and pro golf shop. Other amenities include an indoor pool kept at a comfortable 84 degrees year round, a 12-foot-wide stacked stone hot tub strategically placed next to a roaring fire in the cooler months, a fully staffed and equipped Fitness and Activity Centre, a lakeside pavilion and picnic area, three Har-Tru tennis courts, and exclusive Glenville Lake Club. Wildcat Cliffs provides a family-friendly environment to all of its residents and promotes camaraderie amongst its Club members. It is everything a country club should be – “a club based on personal relationships and shared affinities.”

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Plateau Pursuits – December 2011

Posted by Jochen | Posted in Calendar of Events, Things to Do | Posted on Wednesday, November 30, 2011

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While the leaves may have left the trees and the majority of seasonal visitors may have drifted away with them, locals and die-hard fans of the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau find a sense of peace and childlike wonder in this very special and truly magical time of year. As we bustle about checking items off of our holiday shopping lists, darting from one holiday event to the next, and depleting the inventory in the local Christmas tree lots, we always remember to take the occasional pause to breathe in the crisp clean air and gaze out over the majestic panoramic views of the world below. We delight in those first few snowflakes, and never forget how truly blessed we are to live in one of the most beautiful places on Earth – the Blue Ridge Mountains of Western North Carolina. This holiday season, we hope you and each member of your family are feeling blessed, as well. Silver Creek Real Estate Group welcomes the chance to help you add to your list of blessings as we begin the search for the mountain home of your dreams. If you make it up to our little slice of Heaven this December, there are a number of terrific events planned throughout the month. We hope to see you up on the mountain during this delightful time of year!

Throughout the month of December: Giving Trees, a showcase of festive holiday trees decorated by local non-profit organizations, will be on view at The Bascom through January 3rd. All Giving Trees donations will benefit the participating non-profit organizations.

December 1, 8, & 15: Old Edwards Inn plays host to a Complimentary Culinary Demo from 3:30pm-4:30pm in either the Madison’s Restaurant Lobby or the Old Edwards Inn Lobby. Call 828-787-2525 for more information.

December 1-10: Gingerbread House Competition at The Bascom – The public is invited to cast their ballots through December 9th from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Awards will be given at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 10th. The public is invited to the award presentation.
 
December 2:  Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts presents Gospel music’s Grammy nominated and Dove Award winning quartet Ernie Haase & Signature Sounds at 7:30pm. Call 877-415-7315 for tickets.

December 2-4:  The Christmas House benefiting the Village Green in Cashiers opening weekend. Come see the former Library Restaurant transformed by local designers and merchants, into a magical place for the whole family. This year’s house is sponsored by Silver Creek Real Estate Group. For additional information and hours, please call our office at (828) 743-1999.

December 3: Gilliam’s Promise Holiday 5K takes place in Downtown Highlands. Race Day registration begins at 8:30am with race time at 9:30am. Gilliam’s Promise 5K Entry Fees: Elementary/High School Students ($15 of race day) General Public ($25 race day). Long Sleeve Race T-shirts offered to the first 100 racers. Holiday costumes are encouraged; awards will be given for best dressed, as well as to overall top male/female. Awards will also be given to the first and second place finishers of each age group divisions in the male and female categories. 14 and under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69,70-79,80+. Contact Dave Linn 828-421-7637 or email bringingit2life@yahoo.com for more information.

December 3: Historic Highlands hosts its Annual Olde Mountain Christmas Parade at 11:00 a.m. – kicking off a full day of Family Fun!

December 3: Santa arrives at the Highlands Visitors Center immediately following the Christmas Parade (@ noon).  He will be there again on December 10, 17, & 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for Christmas list requests and photo opportunities.

December 3: First Presbyterian Church in Highlands hosts its ‘Tis the Season Alternative Gift Market at 11:45am, following the Christmas Parade. The festive shopping fun lasts into the afternoon in the Church’s Coleman Hall at 471 Main Street. Call 828-526-3175 for more information.

December 3, 10 & 17: Winter Wonderland at Drakes Diamond Gallery (154 S 2nd St) – Come on in for some refreshments and a free souvenir mug. Call 828-526-2673 for more information.
 
December 3: First Presbyterian Church in Highlands presents a Carol Sing at 2 p.m. and Christmas Concert at 4 p.m. featuring the Smoky Mountain Brass Quintet from Western Carolina University.
 
 
December 4: Highlands United Methodist Church hosts the HUMC Children’s Musical titled “None of Us Will Ever Be Quite the Same- The Story of Jesus’ Birth” at 10:50am during Sunday Morning Worship Service.
 
December 6-8: Old Edwards Inn & Spa hosts the Jeff Galloway Training Retreat – Two Night Package. Call 828-787-2625 for more information.
 
December 7: The Bascom presents a Holiday Centerpiece Demonstration from 10-11am. Call 828-526-4949 for more information.

December 9-11:  The Christmas House benefiting the Village Green in Cashiers opening weekend. Come see the former Library Restaurant transformed by local designers and merchants, into a magical place for the whole family. This year’s house is sponsored by Silver Creek Real Estate Group. For additional information and hours, please call our office at (828) 743-1999.
 
December 9: Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts presents Annie Moses Band Christmas Show at 7:30pm. An ensemble unlike any in America today showcasing a blend of fiddle, jazz, and classical influences fused with soaring, folk-inspired vocals to create a sound that is both refreshing and familiar. Call 877-415-7315 for tickets.

December 10: Cashiers Christmas Parade, a local favorite tradition, is an eclectic string of floats, music and a variety of marchers. At 1:00 p.m. the line of attractions travels from the south end of the Cashiers Main Street, Highway 107, to the Community Center. 
 
December 10: Highlands United Methodist Church hosts Breakfast with Santa from 8:30am-10am. Suggested Donation is $10 per family. Call 828-526-3376 for more information.

December 10-11: The Highlands Community Christian Chorale will present their 17th Annual Christmas Concert at 5pm both evenings at Highlands United Methodist Church on Main Street. The Chorale will sing traditional carols, classical liturgical choral pieces and some lighter holiday fare.
When: Saturday 
 
December 10 & 17: Old Edwards Inn plays host to a Complimentary Wine Tasting in the Lobby from 2:30pm-4pm. Call 828-787-2525 for more information.
 
December 10: Drake’s Diamond Gallery will hold a Reach Diamond Drawing. Call 828-526-5858 for more information.
 
December 13 &15: Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts presents Disney’s Aladdin both nights at 7:30pm. Welcome to Agra bah, city of enchantment and the home of Aladdin, Princess Jasmine and the evil Jafar. Based on the 1992 Disney animated feature, Aladdin sings and dances its way onto the stage all with the help of the big, blue Genie and three magical wishes. Call 877-415-7315 for tickets.
 
December 14: Highlands Biological Station hosts the 2011 Student Symposium from 3pm-5pm. Enjoy wine and delectable refreshments as students present their internship projects. The event will be held in the Bruce Biodiversity Lab (between the administration building and the Nature Center. Call 828-526-2602 for directions.

December 15: Come celebrate the holidays with the Highlands/Cashiers Players as they perform their annual Holiday Reading at the Martin Lipscomb Performing Arts Center (607 Chestnut Street in Highlands). The show begins at 7:30 p.m. and admission is free. For information call 828- 526-8084

December 16-18:  The Christmas House benefiting the Village Green in Cashiers opening weekend. Come see the former Library Restaurant transformed by local designers and merchants, into a magical place for the whole family. This year’s house is sponsored by Silver Creek Real Estate Group. For additional information and hours, please call our office at (828) 743-1999.
 
December 16: The Audubon Society hosts its Annual Christmas Bird Count at 7:30pm. Admission is free. Call 828-526-2775 for more information.
 
December 16: Enjoy a sumptuous feast during the Wine Dinner with Hugh Acheson at The Barn at Old Edwards Inn. Meal prepared by Madison’s culinary team from recipes pulled straight from the pages of Acheson’s cookbook. Wine Pairings from Chehalem Winery by Sommelier Curt Christiansen. Diners will receive a personal signed copy of “A New Turn in the South.” $160 per person, inclusive of wine and cookbook. For those who are not lucky enough to obtain a ticket, you can join Hugh for a cup of coffee and still get his autographed cookbook on Saturday, December 17th at Mountain Fresh Grocery.

December 17: Target date for the opening of the 2011/2012 Ski Season at Sapphire Valley Ski Area – weather permitting!
 
December 17: Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts presents Ricky Skaggs- a Skaggs Family Christmas at 7:30pm. If you expect to hear solid acoustic picking, striking vocals, and score of religious carols at this Skaggs Family Christmas concert, you will not be disappointed. Call 877-415-7315 for tickets.
 
December 17: Highlands Civic Center hosts La Noche Navidena from 6pm-9pm. Call 828-526-0890 ext.290/252 for more information.
 
December 18: Highlands United Methodist Church presents the HUMC Choir Cantata entitled “Holy Light” featuring music of N.C. Composer Robert Hobby. Familiar carols in instrumental arrangements with piano, organ, handbells, percussion, brass & quintet. Begins at 10:50am during Sunday morning worship service.
 
December 18: First Presbyterian Church of Highlands cordially invites you to a luncheon to raise funds for The Highlands Emergency Council’s Fuel Program. Luncheon will be prepared by Joel Porter, and will be served from 12 to 1:30 p.m. Please make checks payable to the First Presbyterian Church designated for “The Fuel Fund”. Reservations would be appreciated and need to be made by Wednesday, December 14th. Call 828-526-3175.
 
December 23: Drakes Diamond Gallery in Highlands holds a Diamond Dare II Drawing at 12pm. Guests of the Gallery have been invited all month long to guess the number of candies for the chance to win a sparkly Santa surprise. Call 828-526-5858 for more information.
 
December 24:  Christmas Eve

December 25:  Merry Christmas from Your Friends at Silver Creek Real Estate Group!

December 25: Madison’s Restaurant hosts Christmas at Old Edwards from 12pm-5pm. Cost is $65 per person. Call 828-787-2625 for more information.
 
December 25: Annual HANDS Christmas Dinner in the Hudson House at Highlands Country Club. Call 828-526-5102 for more information.

December 31:  Happy New Year from the Silver Creek Team!
 
December 31: Ring in the New Year at Old Edwards Inn and Spa.  The New Years Eve Celebration kicks off at 6pm and includes $130 Gala Dinner, Live Entertainment, Champagne Toast and “12 Grapes at Midnight”. Call 828-787-2625 for more information.
 
December 31: The Rib Shack at Old Edwards Inn & Spa gives its own variation on a New Year’s Celebration from 9pm-2am. $20 advance tickets, $25 at the door. Call 828-787-2625.
 
December 31: Inn at Half Mile Farm hosts a New Year’s Party Inn Style; including 7pm Dinner and 9pm party with Champagne Toast at midnight. Call 800-946-6822
 
December 31: Wolfgang’s Restaurant & Wine Bistro hosts a special New Year’s Eve Dinner. Call 828-526-3807 for more information.
 
December 31: Ruka’s Table hosts a special New Year’s Eve Dinner. Call 828-526-3636 for more details.
 
December 31: On the Verandah hosts a New Year’s Bash. Dinner only 6:30pm-7:30pm. Late night seating beginning at 9pm with Dinner, Live Band and Dancing. Call 828-526-2338 for more information.

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Christmas House comes to Cashiers, Sapphire and Highlands, NC

Posted by Jochen | Posted in Living in WNC, Things to Do | Posted on Wednesday, November 16, 2011

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High atop the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, the happy little elves of the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau are busy making plans to deck the halls for the region’s First-Annual Christmas House. Hosted at the site of the former Library Restaurant in the heart of Sapphire Valley, proceeds from the Christmas House will benefit the Village Green — a sprawling 12-acre community park in downtown Cashiers. This inaugural holiday event is sponsored by Silver Creek Real Estate Group — whose founder, Jochen Lucke, serves as the chairman of the Board of the Village Green.

Says Lucke, “2011 has been a very busy year for the Village Green. We played host to over 50 wonderful events — from private affairs such as birthday parties and weddings to public events like craft shows, outdoor concerts, and the Leaf Festival, which drew thousands of visitors to the area this fall. What better way to end the year than with an event dedicated to community and holiday cheer?”

The Christmas House will be magically transformed into an elegant holiday home furnished and decorated by local interior designers and merchants. Touring room after room filled with home décor items, sweet treats, live music, and the Jolly Old Elf himself will prove a terrific way to get into the holiday spirit while viewing the work of these talented folks and checking some items off of one’s gift list.

“We hope the Christmas House becomes a tradition that locals and visitors alike will look forward to attending,” states Lucke. “All of the proceeds from the event will support the continued maintenance and operation of the Village Green.

A wonderful asset to the area, we continue to make much needed improvements to the Village Green, which most recently included the chip and sealing of the parking lot at the Village Green Commons. All of these improvements are paid for by fundraising efforts, private grants, and donations to the Village Green. We receive no funds from local and state government, so our fundraising and continued generosity of visitors is crucial.” The house will be open starting Nov. 25 to Dec. 18, on Friday and Saturday from 10-5 and Sunday 11-4. For additional information, please call 828-743-1999.

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The Village Green Christmas House

Posted by Jochen | Posted in Things to Do | Posted on Thursday, October 27, 2011

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Plateau Pursuits – November 2011

Posted by Jochen | Posted in Calendar of Events, Things to Do | Posted on Thursday, October 27, 2011

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Once those beautiful orange, red and gold leaves have left the trees and Halloween is a distant memory marked by a trail of empty candy wrappers, thoughts begin turning to the holidays ahead. Up here in the mountains of Western North Carolina, a steady stream of cars will wind up the narrow steep streets in search of a relaxing weekend to recharge before the throngs of houseguests arrive. The farmers markets will be bustling as shoppers prepare for their traditional Thanksgiving dishes, and calendars will be filled with an endless string of holiday gatherings. Before the month of November comes to a close, neighbors will begin adorning their homes in holiday finery and twinkling lights, and our little slice of Heaven will become even more so with next month’s promise of Christmas cheer. It’s no wonder why we love this place so, and that’s why we invite you and your family to come experience this wonderful time of year on the Highlands-Cashiers Plateau. Book accommodations in historic Highlands or Cashiers, the lake towns of Glenville or Toxaway, or the popular resort destination of Sapphire Valley. Be forewarned, you may just fall in love with the area – like so many families before you. If so, we at Silver Creek Real Estate Group welcome the chance to call you neighbor and help you unwrap one of the best holiday gifts you’ll ever receive – the keys to the mountain retreat of your dreams! We look forward to seeing you up on the mountain this month.

November 3-6: Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts Presents Wizard of Oz – The classic MGM film is brought to life on stage in this two-act production complete with Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion, and Toto, too! Including “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” “Ding Dong the Witch is Dead” and “If I Were King of the Forest,” the Oscar winning score will have the audience singing, dancing, and clicking their heels all the way home. Call 877-415-7315 for tickets.

November 10-12: Highlands Fifth Annual Culinary Weekend – Highlands Country Club. Opening night will be held Thursday, November 10 from 7pm-10pm. Guests will enjoy fine wines and the delectable cuisine of Highlands’ local chefs. Tickets to the Opening Night Celebration are $75.  On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, fill your itineraries with an array of activities, tastings and dinners hosted by local restaurants, merchants and accommodations of Highlands. View the event webpage at www.highlandsculinaryweekend.com

November 11-12: Cookbook Signing with Author Sheri Castle at the Mountain Fresh Grocery. Food writer, cooking teacher, recipe tester and developer, Sheri Castle will be signing copies of her newest book, The New Southern Garden Cookbook from 2 to 4 p.m. both days.

November 11: A Taste of the South Dinner with Chef Johannes Klapdohr and his local farm-to-table providers at the Farm at Old Edwards.  Immerse yourself in the sights, sounds, people and flavors that make southern life so delicious! Meet the farmers and producers, and indulge in delicious recipes specially prepared by Madison’s culinary team with fresh-picked seasonal bounty. Kick up your heels with Curtis Blackwell and the Dixie Bluegrass Boys. Cocktails served at 6:30p.m. with dinner to follow at 7p.m. Price: $95. Call (828) 787-4263 for more information.

November 11: Viva la France Dinner at the Inn at Half Mile Farm.  The Inn is pleased to be partnering with Tim Lundy from Rosewood Market and Steve Pignatiello from Pignatiello Wine Importers. Extraordinary chefs from Rosewood Market will be preparing a fabulous multi-course French dinner; each course paired with one of the fine French wines, personally selected by sommelier, Steve Pignatiello. Guests are in for a tantalizing French treat! For more information, call 1 (800) 946-6822. Wine and Hors d’oeuvres will be served at 6:30 p.m., with Vive la France dinner to follow at 7:00 p.m.
Price: $100 per person, plus tax and gratuity.

November 11: Craft 2 Table Dinner – Ruka’s Table will be partnering with Stone (San Diego), Left Hand (Colorado), Bell’s (Michigan), Allagash (Maine), Dog Fish (Vermont), and Mother Earth (North Carolina) to bring you the absolute best and hard to find in American craft beers perfectly paired with food native to that region.  Great food, great beer, unforgettable experience! Event begins at 6:30 p.m. Call (828) 526-3636 for details.

November 11: Mollydooker Shake Up at the Lakeside Restaurant – this incredible culinary event features
the Australian wines of Sarah and Sparky Marquis, Mollydooker! Join Chef Marty Rosenfield and the Lakeside staff as they present the newest dance move, “The Mollydooker Shake.” Enjoy a remarkable five-course dinner paired with Mollydooker wines that promise to “Wow”!  Event kicks off at 6:30 p.m. Call (828) 526-9419 for more details. Price: $150 plus tax and gratuity

November 11: Pahlmeyer Dinner hosted at The Gamekeeper’s Tavern – Event consists of an evening filled with Pahlmeyer wines, a light reception and then plated dinner. Call (828) 787-4263 for more details. Reception begins at 7:00 p.m. with dinner to follow at 7:30 p.m. Price: $125 plus tax and tip.

November 11: Lambert Bridge, Flavor Spectrum with Andy Wilcox – Lambert Bridge wine and food tasting brought to the “nth” degree at Wolfgang’s Restaurant and Wine Bistro in Highlands. Call (828) 526-3807 for more details.  Event begins at 7:00 pm. Price: $95 plus tax and gratuity.

November 11: Creole/Cajun Themed Dinner at …on the Verandah complete with a live band and many extras. Call (828) 526-2338 for details. Price: $65.

November 11 & 12: Come one and all to The Ugly Dog Pub Late Night Hang Out featuring live music, seasonal cocktails and local beers. (828) 526-8364.

November 12: The Saucy Sisters will be at The Christmas Tree in Highlands for a Champagne Reception and Book Signing of their book “On the Hill” from 11am-4pm. Call 828-526-3687 for more information.

November 12: Live Cooking Luncheon – “From the sea to the oven in the Sicilian tradition” is an exploration of traditional Sicilian seafood dishes with Chef Nicholas Figel and Christopher Dupont.
Hosted at Cyprus International Cuisine in Highlands at 12 p.m. Call (828) 526-4429 for details.

November 12: Hog Wild – An American craft beer, pig picking and music festival. Come to The Smokehouse to check out different craft beers from all over America. Hang out, listen to great music and sample different parts of a whole smoked hog from noon to 5 p.m.! Call (828) 526-5000 for details.

November 12: Head to Downtown Highlands from 12pm-4pm for their annual Sip and Stroll event – a popular element of the Highlands Culinary Arts Weekend – Enjoy a glass of wine and a special treat at each of these participants: Acorns, Alexandras on Main, The Christmas Tree, Drake’s Diamond Gallery, Highlands Fine Art and Estate Jewelry, John Collette Fine Art, Mtn. Fresh Grocery, Oakleaf Flowers and Garden, Two the Nines, Vivance & Vivance Too, Xtreme Threads and ending up The Ugly Dog.
Tickets for Saturday’s Sip & Stroll are $35 and can be purchased in advance via the website www.highlandsculinaryweekend.com.

November 12: The Bascom hosts a “Giving Trees and Nog-off Reception” from 5pm-7pm. Vote for your favorite eggnog and get a peek at the festive trees created by non-profit organizations. Contact 828-526-4949 for more information.

November 12: Cellar Gems Dinner at …on the Verandah – Join Chef Andrew Figel for a four course dinner featuring William Selyem, Turley Vineyards plus other gems from the cellar. Call (828) 526-2338 for details. Price: $95.

November 12: “Fire” with Guest Chef John Fleer at Ruka’s Table – Chef Mitch Sheppard along with Guest Chef John Fleer of Canyon Kitchen present “Fire,” featuring seven courses each presented with different methods of FIRE. Chefs will hand select red and white wines from around the world to perfectly compliment each dish. This will be an evening you do not want to miss! Event starts at 6:30 p.m. Call (828) 526-3636 for details.

November 12: The Opus One Experience at Lakeside Restaurant featuring the esteemed Bordeaux- style blends of Opus One. Join Chef Marty Rosenfield and Regional Opus One Sales Manager Karen D’Amour as they uncork four vintages of Opus One: 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007. Take part in an extraordinary evening savoring a delectable menu that will complement these outstanding wines. Event begins at 7p.m. Call (828) 526-9419 for details. Price: $175 plus tax and gratuity.

November 12: “Life is a Cabernet” Dinner at Wolfgang’s Restaurant and Wine Bistro –  Featuring Silver Oak and Twomey Cellars Wines. An evening filled with culinary memories and divine libations. It will be night to remember! Champagne and appetizers served at 7 p.m., dinner to follow at 7:30 p.m. Call (828) 526-3807 for details. Price: $160 plus tax and gratuity.

November 12: Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts presents Little Big Town at 7:30pm – Honored with nominations from the country music association, the musical stylings of Little Big Town relies heavily on the Sweet Sounds of four part harmony and rhythmic guitar. Call 877-415-7315 for tickets.

November 19:  Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts presents Guy Penrod and Lynda Randle at 7:30pm. Come witness the talent and inspiration of these two major names in Southern Gospel music. Call 877-415-7315 for more information.

November 19 & 26: Kick-off of a four week Youth Arts course on Saturday mornings at the Bascom devoted Christmas Crafts from around the World. Additional classes will be held December 10 and 17 (no class December 3). All classes run 10am-12pm. Youth will learn about other cultures and make crafts that can hang on the tree or be given as gifts. Each class will cover the art and culture of two different countries.  Cost is $40 Bascom Members / $45 Non-members. Call 526-4949 ext. 100 for more information.

November 22: Community Thanksgiving Dinner at the Highlands Civic Center at 6pm. Call 828-526-0542 for more information.

November 24:  Happy Thanksgiving from the Silver Creek family to yours! This Thanksgiving, we are most thankful for our clients, our talented local architects and builders, and the fact that we get to live and work in one of the most beautiful places on Earth!

November 24: Bistro on Main in Highlands hosts a Thanksgiving Buffet. $32.95 per person/$14.95 for children 9 years or younger. Located at the Main Street Inn – reservations recommended 828-526-2590.

November 24: Celebrate Thanksgiving at Old Edwards from 11:30am-5pm in Madison’s Restaurant. Call 828-787-2625 for more information.

November 24: Enjoy a very special Thanksgiving Tradition from 11:30am-3pm at Wolfgang’s Restaurant & Wine Bistro. Adults $26/ Children $17. Call 828-526-3807 for more information.

November 24-December 25: Local radio station WHLC FM 104.5 kicks off the 18th Annual Sounds of Christmas.

November 24: Pull a chair up to the table for Thanksgiving at Fressers Eatery from 11:00am-3:00pm. All dinners are served with fresh baked breads, cranberry orange relish, choice of one entree, three sides, and a choice of dessert. Adults $36/children 10 & under $17. For reservations, please call 828-526-4188.

November 25-27: The Christmas House benefiting the Village Green in Cashiers opening weekend. Come see the former Library Restaurant transformed by local designers and merchants, into a magical place for the whole family. This year’s house is sponsored by Silver Creek Real Estate Group. For additional information and hours, please call our office at (828) 743-1999.

November 25 & 26: As part of their Family Art Experience Series, the Bascom plays host to a Gingerbread House Workshop. Gingerbread designers will be given all the sweets and confections they need to create their own imaginative gingerbread house. Participants are invited to enter their creations in a contest, to be judged by popular vote. The public is invited to cast their votes Tuesday-Saturday, November 29-December 9, 10 am-5 pm. The winners will be announced at 10 am, Saturday, December 10, the public is invited. Classes on November 25 are from 10am-12pm & 1pm-3pm, and on November 26 from 10am-12pm. Tuition is $40 Bascom member/$45 non-member. Call 828-526-4949 for more information.

November 25-26:  The Bascom hosts the Artists’ Marketplace in The Dave Drake Studio Barn from 10am-5pm. Free Admission. Call 828-526-4949 for more information.

November 25-26:  24th Annual Hard Candy Christmas Art and Craft Show at the WCU Ramsey Center from 10am – 5pm – A perennial favorite for Christmas shopping at great prices! Authentic crafts from the hands of 100+ regional artisans. Admission is $3.00 and children under 12 are Free. Call 828-524-3405 for more information.

November 25 & 26: Santa will be at the Highlands Visitor Center from 10am-3pm. Please bring your children by to tell Santa what they would like for Christmas (and don’t forget your camera). He’ll be back later in the evening on Saturday (approximately 7:15 p.m.) following the Tree Lighting (see below).

November 26: Highlands United Methodist Church hosts the Highlands Annual Christmas Tree Lighting at 6:30 p.m. Fun for the entire family! Please call 828-526-2112 for more information.

November 26: The Bascom hosts Friends Around the Globe Children Activities from 1pm-3pm. Cost is just $12. Call The Bascom at 828-526-4949 for more information.

November 26: Old Edwards Inn in Highlands hosts a Complimentary Wine Tasting from 2:30pm-4:00pm in the Lobby. Call 828-787-2525 for more information.

November 27:  Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts Presents Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker at 2:30pm and 7:30pm – Overflowing with 40 beautiful Russian dancers and set the Tchaikovsky’s famous music, this holiday favorite features 200 lavish costumes, larger-than-life puppets and nine hand painted backdrops with 3D effects. Acclaimed by the press as “thrilling, breathtaking, astounding, and spellbinding”, this lavish and magical production of the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker is a Christmas tradition that will create lifelong memories for the whole family!. Call 877-415-7315 for tickets.

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