Candlelight Stroll: Friday, December 8th, 2023

The Weaverville Business Association presents an annual tradition on Friday, December 8th.  Join us on Main Street in Weaverville for Candlelight Stroll.  We will light the Town’s Christmas tree, celebrate local businesses, and usher in the enchanting spirit of this Holiday season.

A huge shout-out goes to our event sponsors, shown below.  We are thankful for our generous members of the Weaverville Business Association.

Stay tuned for more information!

Are you a Business in Weaverville? Become a member of the Weaverville Business Association!

Our mission is to foster a thriving local economy through community, collaboration, and enrichment.

We do this by managing the VisitWeaverville website and social media profiles, sponsoring community events, providing opportunities for networking and professional development, and promoting the unique spirit and pride of Weaverville.

As a Member of the Weaverville Business Association, you will receive:

  •  A business listing on our website which is in a top position in search engines
  •  Free, unlimited posting access to the events calendar and blog on
  •  Free quarterly professional development sessions
  • Social media marketing through our Facebook and Instagram accounts
  •  A monthly newsletter full of information relevant to our Members and the Association
  • Priority opportunities to participate in the planning and coordination of our annual events
  • Invitations to monthly meetings offering opportunities for networking, education, and information
  • Access to participate in the ‘New Resident Tote Bag’ program, through which we distributeinformation and promotional materials to new residents moving to the Weaverville area
  • Marketing exposure through the widely distributed Visit Weaverville rack cardRegular membership is open to for-profit businesses that are located or doing business within the 28787, 28709, and 28701 Zip Codes. Affiliate membership is open to for-profit businesses not located within those Zip Codes, and individuals and nonprofit organizations whose principals are supportive of the goals and purposes of the Association.Membership is $225/year.General membership meetings & socials are held the fourth Tuesday of each month at member business locations, Weaverville Town Hall, or the Community Center.

    Contact us with questions by emailing Priscilla Anderson, WBA Administrator: [email protected]

Hello everyone! Art in Autumn is THIS SATURDAY on Main Street in Weaverville.  Stop by 10am-6pm to view and buy pieces from a selection of over 100 artists. We will enjoy food and live music throughout the afternoon. Make sure to stop by our information tent to purchase t-shirts and posters. Tickets will be available to purchase for 5 raffle baskets featuring members and artists of the Weaverville Business Association. Read our FAQ’s to learn more about parking, food, drink, and shopping options.  We cannot wait to see you there!

OPEN HOUSE THIS SUNDAY! (June 25th 2pm-4pm)


Only blocks from the heart of vibrant Weaverville!

Spacious home with gleaming hardwoods, 9ft high ceilings mixed with cathedral ceilings

lends to an open floor plan which is bright and airy.

Barely a step up to one level living.  5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, wonderful den with fireplace,

lots of storage, and a substantial workshop, 2 outbuildings, and a 2 car garage on the main.


No attention to detail has been missed, and so convenient to shops, restaurants, schools, breweries, and library.


OPEN HOUSE THIS SUNDAY! (June 25th 2pm-4pm)

Address: 22 Alexander Road

List Price: $950,000

MLS#: 4041425

Listed by: Dennis Foley

Call Dennis: 828-712-9783

Are you ready for a one-of-a-kind dining experience that combines retro vibes, sustainable practices, and mouthwatering farm-to-table cuisine? Look no further than Weaver House’s upcoming event, “No Signal: An Immersive Dinner.” Set to take place on Wednesday, June 7th, 2023, this exclusive event promises an unforgettable evening filled with delectable food, crafted beverages, and an immersive atmosphere you won’t want to miss.

Event Details:

Date: Wednesday, June 7th, 2023

Time: Welcoming hour 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm; Dinner 6:30 pm; General merriment till 9:30 pm

Location: Weaver House, 56 North Main Street, Weaverville

Ticket Link: Get your tickets here: Ticket Link Seating: Limited availability, so secure your tickets soon!

Dress Code: Come as you are, and embrace retro and funky styles to enhance the immersive atmosphere of the event.

Experience the Weaver House Difference: Weaver House is more than just a venue; it’s a sustainable haven dedicated to providing guests with a truly remarkable experience. With a strong commitment to farm-to-table catering, you can expect the freshest, locally sourced ingredients expertly crafted into culinary delights. Prepare to be wowed by the culinary talents of Chef Joey Woll and Sous Chef Britt McKenzie, who will be putting a unique spin on traditional TV dinners.

Immersive Atmosphere: Step into the world of nostalgia and creativity as our in-house event planner, Alexandra Bertram, works her magic with coordination and decor. The venue itself boasts stunning Japanese gardens that serve as the backdrop for an immersive four-course dinner experience. As you indulge in each carefully crafted dish, you’ll be transported to a bygone era where retro and funky styles are embraced.

Crafted Beverages: To complement the exceptional cuisine, we have partnered with local bar stars, Leah Nelson and Lauren Rubio-Serrano, to curate a selection of crafted beverages. Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or a cocktail enthusiast, our expert mixologists will ensure your taste buds are delighted throughout the evening.

Address and Parking: Weaver House is conveniently located at 56 North Main Street in Weaverville. Ample parking is available behind the venue off Georgia Ave, and it’s free of charge. For your convenience and safety, we recommend using ride services such as Uber, Lyft, AVL Ride, J & J Taxi, Asheville Hopper, or Roll with Joel.

Celebrating National VCR Day: As we gather to create unforgettable memories, let’s take a moment to acknowledge the impact of video cassette recorders (VCRs) on our lives. The invention of the VCR revolutionized the way we consumed media, allowing us to record our favorite shows and movies. National VCR Day commemorates this iconic technology and the joy it brought to millions of households.

We can’t wait to welcome you to Weaver House and create an unforgettable evening filled with delectable cuisine, immersive ambiance, and cherished memories. Don’t miss this opportunity to indulge in a truly exceptional dining experience. Secure your tickets today at Ticket Link and get ready for a night to remember!

Dry Ridge Historical Museum:

Collecting, preserving, and sharing the history of Weaverville, Reems Creek and Flat Creek townships. In a new location in Weaverville.


The Dry Ridge Historical Museum presents an authentic view of the rich cultural history of various periods of life, to diverse audiences — with special emphasis on collecting, preserving, and sharing the history of Weaverville, Reems Creek and Flat Creek townships — through the preservation and interpretation of historic objects, buildings and landscapes.

About the Museum

Our new location opened its doors on Sept 25th, 2021 at the new Community Center located above Lake Louise, at 60 Lakeshore Drive. The museum gallery has five vignettes designed to show visitors examples of life in this area utilizing artifacts and educational panels. The sixth vignette presents a hands-on display for children. Additionally six wormy chestnut showcases created by master craftsman Jim Proffitt line the hallway of the Community Center. They contain revolving collections from both local sources and the museum collection.

Contact Us

Please contact us if you have questions about the museum or would like to inquire about making a contribution to our collection of images and artifacts.

Phone: 828-407-3701

Hours of Operation:

Wednesday – Saturday: 11:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday – Tuesday: Closed

Join Mayor Fitzsimmons, Councilwoman Michele Wood, Buncombe County Commissioner Amanda Edwards, and Buncombe County Vice Chair Terri Wells for a community forum and conversation about working together to solve the community issues that matter to you.

Share your visions, thoughts, and concerns about Weaverville and the greater North Buncombe area. Everyone is welcome.

Thursday, April 20th. 5pm – 6pm.

Weaverville Community Center @ 60 Lakeshore Drive.