Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Jaguar Land Rover to host grand re-opening - Oct. 30th

Jaguar Land Rover Asheville is celebrating their Grand Reopening Party & Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Thursday, October 30th, from 5:00pm - 7:00pm.

The public is invited to come celebrate with them in their newly renovated facility. Have a chance to view their new model vehicles, meet all their staff, participate in prize drawings, and enjoy complimentary local beer and wine and samplings of food.


Please RSVP to clayton@jaguarlandroverasheville.com or call 828.891.7493

Kitchen & Company to host special guest artist Saturday, Oct. 25th



Terry Owensby, the winner of the Biltmore Christmas wine label contest, will be at Kitchen & Company on Saturday, 10/25 from 1pm-3pm signing bottles of Biltmore wine with his label.



Owensbys painting titled “Enchanted Christmas,”  captures the enchantment of the holidays at Biltmore. “I have been painting 20+ years as a hobby. I love Biltmore… as a kid in grammar school, we would take field trips there.”



In addition to signing bottles, Kitchen & Company will also be providing samples of the Christmas wine - a perfect accompaniment to your holiday shopping!

For more information, visit Kitchen & Company.



Arthur R. Edington Education and Career Center to be dedicated Nov. 1st



The public is invited to the dedication ceremony for the Arthur R. Edington Education and Career Center, Saturday, November 1st, from 12 to 1 pm, 133 Livingston St., Asheville.
 
The Housing Authority is finishing renovations to the historical W.C. Reid Center. They are renaming the building after Mr. Edington, former principal of Livingston Street School ’60-‘69.  The building will be a green jobs training and education center. Partners envision the center as a place where people from the surrounding neighborhoods can access education, job training, support services and other resources to help them achieve greater self-sufficiency and empowerment. As such, the renovation of the building itself has provided ongoing opportunities to train and employ locals, especially public housing residents.

This project is funded in part by HUD through a competitive grant the housing authority was awarded and by the City of Asheville.  All are welcome to this special event.  The event will close with a tour of the facility.