Smoky Mountain Host is inviting all Blue Ridge National Heritage Area partners to a branding and marketing workshop presented by internationally known leader in the field, Roger Brooks.
NC Blue Ridge waterfall calendars, Music Trail and Heritage Trail map brochures now available.
Gather 'Round the Blue Ridge 2016 is only a few days away! August 18 will be here before you know it, and ticket sales will cut off on at the end of business on Tuesday, August 16.
Feast to the Beat, including nationally acclaimed Jam in the Van, will be in Asheville to promote the Blue Ridge Parkway, the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area, and the many musical and culinary traditions of NC's Blue Ridge region.
The Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Partnership is pleased to announce the availability of grants! Applications for the new grant cycle are due by October 3, 2016 and funding decisions will be announced by February 1, 2017.
The first two Blue Ridge Hospitality training workshops have been resounding successes! If you haven't attended one, you still have time to register for training at Haywood and Mayland Community Colleges.
With spring just around the corner, the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Partnership is excited about the many opportunities to help visitors and our citizens connect with our cultural treasures and breath-taking natural scenic beauty.
A long-range vision for a regional interpretive trail for Western North Carolina has come to fruition with the installation of 69 signs throughout the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area footprint.
The stories presented here and in future issues demonstrate the power of partnerships, and how by working together we can strengthen the prosperity of the region while preserving what makes it so special.
Get your tickets now for the banjo event of the year—Banjopalooza! A Blue Ridge Music Trails "Traditions" concert, this show will feature some of the most talented banjo players around.
We invite you to join us at a special Homecoming event at "Gather ‘Round the Blue Ridge" 2015. Tickets are now on sale!
The second in the series of ten music videos, Back Roads to the Blue Ridge Music Trails of North Carolina, is now showing on both the Blue Ridge National Heritage Area and Blue Ridge Music Trails of NC websites.