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.

Mission

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:

APRIL – OCTOBER
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.

 

Indigo Urban Retreat is a short ½ block walk into downtown Weaverville, the best small city you could ever imagine and only 10 minutes from Asheville. Take a walk and enjoy our town’s Nature Park, Lake Louise and take in all of the restaurants, shops and breweries.

Indigo Urban Retreat is a proud member of the Weaverville Business Association.

Book your next vacation, family reunion, wedding party or girls weekend at the Indigo
https://indigourbanretreatweaverville.com

BEAUTIFUL HOME AVAILABLE IN WEAVERVILLE!

Don’t miss this beautiful well-maintained home in the Twin Brook Hills Subdivision, a captivating rural community within the rolling hills of Weaverville.  This neighborhood includes more than 100 single family homes. 

Request a showing of this perfectly planned home with an open floor plan with a large dining and living area with a balcony/deck overlooking the beautiful WNC Mountains. This home also offers a split bedroom plan with the primary privately located with vaulted ceilings and walk-in closet adjoining an elegant bathroom with a walk in shower, garden tub, and double sink vanity. The laundry area is located on the main floor. The basement would be easy to finish. It offers a full bath. With a separate entry, easily create an extra living space. This listing is beautifully situated on over one acre. Enjoy the mature landscaping throughout the front and back yard. You will have a beautiful brick entryway with a sweet front porch. Attached conveniently to the home, find a spacious garage. Enjoy the extra garage that could be used as a garage, workshop, or studio.

 

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Address: 559 Brook Knoll Circle

MLS#: 4013135
List Price: $550,000

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Additional photos and property details available at FoleyRealtyNC.com

To request a showing of this beautiful Weaverville home, call Tina Jones: 828.713.0620

You may have noticed some of the Construction Signage on the windows of Well-Bred over the past two months, and we’re excited to see what WBA Member, M.G. Dillingham, LLC has in store for the beloved Downtown store. We’re also excited to welcome McKenzie and her team into the WBA. Here’s a little more info about McKenzie and her work.

Weaverville Business Association: Tell us a little bit about yourself and your business. 
McKenzie Dillingham:  I have spent over a decade in the luxury custom home industry in Western North Carolina and Upstate South Carolina. I am a native of Weaverville, NC and have a degree in Construction Management from Western Carolina University. After graduating college, I moved back to Asheville, beginning my career as a Project Manager for one of the area’s best luxury home builders. My time as a Project Manager helped me hone my eye for detail and grow my passion for the artistic process of residential construction. Today, as the owner of M.G. Dillingham, LLC, I manage all aspects of the full service, General Contracting firm. The company specializes in custom Residential Contracting, both with renovations and new construction and also has experience in commercial interior upfits.

When not at work, I spend my time at home in Weaverville with my wife (a veterinarian) and new baby, Rhodes. I built our Weaverville home in 2014 and enjoy spending time on home projects and gardening. When warm weather permits, you will find me on the French Broad river in a kayak. As an Appalachian native, I love all four seasons and spending time outdoors. 

 

WBA: What motivated you to open your business in Weaverville?

MD:  I am a Weaverville native and want to spend my time working for and with the people that call this area home.

WBA: Do you have any big plans or new programming coming up in 2022?
MD: A few larger scale new construction projects on are the horizon for 2023 and you will find us completing an upfit on Weaverville’s favorite bakery, Well-Bred at the first of the year.

WBA: What’s your favorite thing about doing business in Weaverville?
MD: Growing the local economy by welcoming new neighbors to their homes and using local subcontractors and suppliers to complete each project.

 

The world of honey is massive and miniature, stark and subtle, methodical and magical. When something can be described with such contrasting terms, yet still make sense in ways that we can taste, we know it’s something worth buzzing about.
Please save the date for an exciting pop-up pairing event we’re hosting along with Red Fiddle Vittles, Noble Cider, and Shanti Elixirs. This fun and casual celebration of all things honey will take place Friday, Feb. 24 at Honey & the Hive (23 Merrimon Ave.) in downtown Weaverville from 6-9PM.
We will be pairing local cheeses and honey-themed small bites with meads from Noble Cider and juns from Shanti Elixirs, while Honey & the Hive will be sampling various local and single origin honeys. All manner of honeys, beekeeping supplies, and bee-related merchandise will be available for purchase; staff and other honey folk will be available to share knowledge and information about how honey happens.
We look forward to sharing delicious food, drinks, and honeys with y’all soon!