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It’s a revelation that quite possibly is playing out in homes across the country: when the holiday decorations come down, the house looks lackluster and bleak. What once sparkled and shined appears to need a good dusting or polish. Mops and vacuum cleaners are pulled out and put to use.

It’s the same scenario in America’s largest home, but on a much grander scale. After putting away the thousands of Christmas decorations used to adorn Biltmore House during the holidays, Biltmore staff uses the quieter winter months to focus on caring for the 250-room home and preparing for the year ahead.


Daytime Classic Country and Gospel Music is a brand new program at the Macon County Library.

This is a program designed for those who may not want to venture out at night but love to listen to Classic Country and Gospel.


Learn the Art of Bookmaking with Artist in Residence Kathrine Cays at the Rickman Store Saturdays, Feb. 5 and 12.

In two, three-hour sessions, from 1 to 4 p.m., students of all levels are invited to make a Coptic bound book. “A Book for Thy Love” is the first class of an Art Series that the Friends of the Rickman Store are offering to the community this year.


Full Spectrum Farms, Inc. of Cullowhee will hold a kiln opening and reception Saturday, Feb. 12, from 6:30 pm until 8:30 p.m. at the Farms’ office at 1301 Old Cullowhee Road.

The pottery program is a pilot cottage industry for Full Spectrum Farms. This nonprofit provides support to the Western North Carolina autism community.


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published: 10/18/2013
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