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From Buncombe County Health and Human Services: While there currently are no cases of coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) in Buncombe County, N.C. at this time, it is time for ...Read More
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The Asheville Downtown Association put out a questionnaire to Asheville City Council candidates. The questions are based on survey responses from our members. Early voting for the primary election begins February 13 and ends Saturday, February 29 at 3pm. See an early voting schedule here...Read More
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Each year, the Asheville Downtown Association selects five local nonprofits to sell wristbands at the Downtown After 5 Concert Series. The nonprofit receives a grant of $2,000 and has the opportunity to display marketing materials to share their program of work with the DA5 audience. This year, we are adding the Independence Day Celebration as an opportunity as well. Nonprofits provide 30 volun...Read More
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The Asheville Downtown Association is accepting food vendor applications for our 2020 series of events, including Easter on the Green, Downtown After 5, the Indpendence Day Celebration and Oktoberfest. The ADA's events committee will review applications. The deadline to submit is Friday, February 14 at 5pm. Please fill out the online in...Read More
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Project construction is on schedule to begin in January 2020 and will take place in phases, with full project completion anticipated in early fall of 2020. ...Read More
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Each year, the Asheville Downtown Association holds its Downtown Holiday Windows Competition. 2019's theme is Peace on Earth. Take some time this holiday season to visit the participating businesses and do a little holiday shopping while you're at it. Congratulations to the 2019 winners! Judge’s Favorite: Hip Replacements Best Interpretation of...Read More
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The Asheville Holiday Parade, presented by Bojangles will bring 15,000+ people to Downtown Asheville on Saturday, November 23. Due to this large number of people and road closures, traffic and parking in downtown will be difficult. We encourage parade attendees to use the Asheville Transit System and City of Asheville and Buncombe County parking garage...Read More
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The 73rd Annual Asheville Holiday Parade, presented by Bojangles, is Saturday, November 23 from 11am to 1pm along Biltmore and Patton Avenues in Downtown Asheville. You can view the informational packet for participants here. Here is the lineup! Alphabetical ...Read More
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The Asheville Holiday Parade, presented by Bojangles will bring 15,000+ people to Downtown Asheville on Saturday, November 23. Due to this large number of people and road closures, traffic and parking in downtown will be difficult. We encourage parade attendees to use the Asheville Transit System and City of Asheville and Buncombe County parking garages. Ashevi...Read More
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The following entries have been accepted for the 73rd Annual Asheville Holiday Parade, presented by Bojangles, on Saturday, November 23. The parade begins at 11am at the intersection of Biltmore Avenue at Southside/S Charlotte St. The parade continues north on Biltmore Avenue, then turns left (west) onto Patton Avenue and ends at S. French Broad Avenue. The performance stop is located at the in...Read More

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