Wednesday - Mar 29, 2017

Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts

Full video: Walk Into History — Asheville’s Urban Trail

Full video: Walk Into History — Asheville’s Urban Trail

Asheville’s Urban Trail, a linked collection of public art pieces, is now in its third decade as a cultural landmark. The trail grew from concept to completion thanks to the efforts of a small band of community-minded citizens, City officials, history enthusiasts, sculptors and artists.   A new documentary, created by Asheville filmmaker Erin Derham of The


Roger McGuire Green sod to be replaced, closing portion of Pack Square Park for a time

Roger McGuire Green sod to be replaced, closing portion of Pack Square Park for a time

Update on the Roger McGuire Green sod replacement After a series of rain delays, weather is finally cooperating for the sod replacement project on the Roger McGuire Green. “We are still waiting for the right weather conditions,” said John A. Gavin, Asheville Parks Planning & Development Manager, said earlier this month. Gavin had hoped the


‘Goatscaping’ returns, this time near pedestrian bridge

‘Goatscaping’ returns, this time near pedestrian bridge

Early next week, the City of Asheville launches its third “goatscaping” project, this time in the area between Stephens-Lee community Center’s Edible Garden and the pedestrian bridge on South Charlotte Street. This map shows the area where the goats will be clearing brush: Goat grazing site, Edible Garden.   Our goal is to clear underbrush directly


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