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U.S. Cellular Center issues open call for volunteer concession groups

U.S. Cellular Center issues open call for volunteer concession groups

Aasheville’s U.S. Cellular Center is currently accepting applications from qualified volunteer groups to assist in the concessions operations when needed at the U.S. Cellular Center.   Recruitment process Applications must be submitted via email to Brian Candler, Food & Beverage Manager at bcandler@ashevillenc.gov or dropped off at the U.S. Cellular Center box office between the

Asheville’s Solar Eclipse Festival designed to educate, celebrate and help people view safely

Asheville’s Solar Eclipse Festival designed to educate, celebrate and help people view safely

It’s going to be a dark day. But only for a short time. We’re talking, of course, about the solar eclipse Asheville (and much of the United States) will experience Aug. 21. According to the Astronomy Club of Asheville, the solar eclipse will begin at 1:08 p.m. The mid-point of the eclipse will happen at


City of Asheville to hold groundbreaking ceremony for River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project

City of Asheville to hold groundbreaking ceremony for River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project

After seven years of planning with the community, construction of Asheville’s River Arts District Transportation Improvement Project (RADTIP) will begin in August 2017.   Please join Asheville Mayor Esther Manheimer and other dignitaries for an official groundbreaking at 9 a.m. Aug. 23 at Jean Webb Park, 30 Riverside Drive. In keeping with the artistic nature


Asheville’s Splasheville is repaired!

Asheville’s Splasheville is repaired!

Asheville’s splash play fountain in Pack Square Park is back up and running. In the rain! City maintenance workers tracked down and fixed a leak that had developed over the weekend.   Splasheville, the interactive splash play fountain in downtown’s Pack Square Park, delights children with its 21 jets of water that run in 12

Asheville Fire Department to participate in Norfolk Southern hazmat safety training

Asheville Fire Department to participate in Norfolk Southern hazmat safety training

The Norfolk Southern hazmat safety train will be in Asheville on August 7-11 delivering training to the Asheville Fire Department and other area first responders. The train consists of a distinct engine honoring police, fire and emergency services; two boxcars converted into classrooms; and four types of tank cars.     WHAT: AFD to participate


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