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June 13

Pat's School of Dance and Pat Shepherd's 45th anniversary: 7 pm at Hendersonville High School. Disney Classics and Snow White ballet. Free. www.patsschoolofdance.com.

Sign up for fall adult league kickball: The Buncombe County Sports Park in Enka hosts games Aug. 9-Oct. 4. Registration continues to July 31. Eight teams. $40 per person or $260 per team (10 players). Games played from 6-9 pm Tuesdays. Contact Jay Nelson at 828-250-4269 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Sewing 101: Fabric, Thread, Fun: 6:30-9 pm, Roots + Wings School of Art and Design Creative Campus, 573 Fairview Road, Asheville. For age 16 and older. Covers basics of sewing. Experiment with different fabrics, stitches, and threads and make a simple project. $30. 828-545-4827 or www.rootsandwingsarts.com/art-design-studios/.

Cribbage group: 6 pm Mondays, Atlanta Bread Company, 633 Merrimon Ave., Asheville. Learn to play cribbage. All levels and ages welcome. Easy to learn. Mostly noncompetitive. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Moral Monday with the Rev. William Barber: 5 pm at Bridge Park in Sylva. http://jacksonncnaacp.org/.

Transition Asheville social: 6:30-8 pm, St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 337 Charlotte St., Asheville. Park in lot next to church off Evelyn Alley. Showing of "Four Horseman" documentary. The modern day four horsemen are financial system, organized violence, poverty, earth's resources. 812-334-0176 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

"Cell Phones amp; Other Wireless Devices: How to Protect Ourselves amp; the Children We Love From Microwave Radiation": 7-8:30 pm, Center for Art and Spirit at St. George Episcopal Church, One School Road, Asheville (Malvern Hills). Presented by Camilla Rees, expert on biological and health effects of electromagnetic fields. $5 suggested donation. To RSVP and more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

June 14

Shag lessons and dancing: Every Tuesday at 550 Tavern amp; Grille, 550 Airport Road, Fletcher. Free lesson 6:30-7 pm No partner needed. Rotating DJ's 7-10 pm $5 cover charge. 828-298-9382 or www.mountainshagclub.com.

Make Dad a Father's Day card: 10 am-5 pm June 14-17, Hand On! Children's Museum, 318 N. Main St., Hendersonville. Self-directed activity takes place in the party room. $5, free for members. www.handsonwnc.org or 828-697-8333.

Learn to play chess: 2 pm, Metro Wines, 169 Charlotte St., Asheville. Chess offers skills that are valuable on and off the board. $10 at the door. Class held every Tuesday. http://www.metrowinesasheville.com/art/entry/chess-class-metrowines.

Edward Jones opportunity dinner: 6 pm, 61 Westridge Marketplace, Candler. Dinner discussion about financial advisor opportunities. 828-665-2320.

Mountain High Republican Women's Club luncheon meeting: 11:30 am, Wildcat Cliffs Country Club in Cashiers. Featured speakers are Republican Party Chairs from Jackson, Macon and Transylvania County. For reservations, call 828-743-1658 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

June 15

Budgeting and Debt class: 5:30-7 pm, OnTrack Financial Education, 50 S. French Broad Ave., Suite 227, Asheville. Learn options for managing debt, learn to make a budget. Free but call 828-255-5166 to register. www.ontrackwnc.org.

Essential oils class: 5:30-7 pm Wednesdays, Nectar Cafe, 853 Merrimon Ave., Asheville. A free educational class about using and incorporating essential oils into your daily life and routines. Free samples. RSVP to 828-338-9962 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Learn Qigong with Bob and Fran German: 6:30 pm, Henderson County Public Library, 301 N. Washington St., Hendersonville. Qigong (pronounced chee kung) means cultivating energy. It helps reduce stress, increase vitality, sleep better, and reverse aging. No impact, no sweating. Free. 828-697-4725.

June 16

Asheville Rotary Club: Noon-1:30 pm, Renaissance Hotel, 31 Woodfin St., downtown. The program will be "Planning for 2016 Rotarians Against Hunger." http://www.rotaryasheville.org.

"The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged and Revised": 6:30 pm, Jackson County Public Library, Keener Street, Sylva. A parody of the Bard known for comically shortened scenes, pop culture references and occasional audience participation. Free. 828-586-2016.

Arden Rotary Club: 7:30 am, Fletcher YMCA, 2775 Hendersonville Road, Fletcher. Meets every Thursday. www.ardenrotaryclub.org.

June 17

Taste of Scotland Festival: 10 am-4 pm June 17 and 10 am-6 pm June 18 in downtown Franklin. Music by Def Leprechaun, Juniper Trio, The Jacobites By Name, and others. Scottish Film Fest at 10 am Friday-$5. Ceilidh 7-9 pm Friday on Stewart Street. Opening ceremonies at 9:30 am Saturday followed by parade. The honored clan this year is Grant. Also Cherokee demonstrations. www.tasteofscotlandfestival.org.

Eagle/osprey nest tour: Meet at 9:45 am at Paddy's Creek Area East Picnic Shelter at Lake James State Park in Nebo. The waters and shoreline is bursting with life and there's no better way to explore than by boat. Free but registration required. 828-584-7728.

Asheville Percussion Festival: June 17-19, Odyssey Community School, 90 Zillicoa St., Asheville. Teaching artists from around the globe, workshops, Friday night community drumming, vendors, food, Sunday morning sound meditation. Masters Concert at 8 pm June 18 at Diana Wortham Theatre, 12 Biltmore Ave. Tickets for individual workshops, concert, day passes or weekend passes: $20-$120. www.AshevilleRhythm.org or 828-259-3653.

Piedmont Classic Paso Fino Horse Show: To June 19 at WNC Ag Center, 1301 Fanning Bridge Road, Fletcher. 8 am-6 pm Friday, 8 am-8 pm Saturday-Sunday. Free admission. Vendors. Champions Celebration at 7:30 pm June 17. $31.50 dinner ticket, $10.50 children. http://www.ashevillealive.net.

June 18

Manage Your Money Series: 9 am-12:30 pm, OnTrack Financial Education, 50 S. French Broad Ave., Suite 227, Asheville. Learn basics of budgeting, setting goals, saving strategies, more. Free but call 828-255-5166 to register. www.ontrackwnc.org.

"Slice of Life" performance: 7:30 pm, Metro Wines, 169 Charlotte St., Asheville. Connie Regan-Blake and her "Taking the Stage" workshop participants present evening of storytelling. $15 includes glass of wine. Parking is free, easy and close. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/slice-of-life-an-evening-of-stories-tickets-19758401912.

Transgender panel "Cultivating Community Across the Gender Spectrum": 10 am-noon, Pisgah Ballroom A at the Biltmore Park Hilton, 1 Town Square Blvd., Asheville. Hosted by MCC Sacred Journey and Flat Rock-Hendersonville Chapter of PFLAG. Free. For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 828-808-4351.

Yard sale: 7 am-1 pm, Avery's Creek United Methodist Church, corner of Brevard Road and Glen Bridge Road SE, Arden. Rent a table for $10. 828-273-5391.

Square dance: Southern Lights Square and Round Dance Club holds "Fabulous Fathers" dance at 6 pm at Whitmire Activity Bldg, 301 Lily Pond Road, Hendersonville. http://www.southernlights.org/ or on Facebook.

Hendersonville Police K9 Unit kid safe event/K9 fundraiser: 10 am-4 pm, Hendersonville High School football field. Bring your bicycle and helmet for bike safety course. K9 demos, drunk goggles, finger printing, bounce house, more.

National Picnic Day: Noon-7 pm, Burntshirt Vineyards, 2695 Sugarloaf Road, Hendersonville. Apple wine and two cheese trays $30; chardonnay and trays $35; Altitude 3400 and trays $37. Tastings $7 and $10. Free tour of winery at 2 pm Music by Jason Lusky 3-6 pm Food truck to 6 pm 828-685-2402 or www.burntshirtvineyards.com/events.html.

Tour of artist studios: 11 am-4 pm, Grovewood Gallery, 111 Grovewood Road, Asheville. Go behind-the-scenes and tour studios, meet makers who work in a variety of media, and browse original works of art. Free and self-guided. www.grovewood.com.

Full moon meditation: 6-7 pm, Asheville Therapeutic Salt Cave, 12 Eagle St. Combined with healing power of Himalayan salt crystals, this meditation will help you feel deeply centered in your life and in your place in the universe. $36. Advance registration required. 828-236-5999 or www.ashevillesaltcave.com.

Pancake breakfast and cruise in: 9-11 am, Mills River Presbyterian Church, 10 Presbyterian Church Road. $4. Tickets sold at the door. For more information, call 828-891-7101.

Firefly Twilight Tour: 7:30-9:30 pm, Cradle of Forestry Historical Site, 11250 Pisgah Highway/US276, Pisgah Forest. Learn about natural history of fireflies. Wheelchair accessible. Begins with a talk and a craft for children. Bring a flashlight. $6, $3 ages 4-15. 828-877-3130 or www.cradleofforestry.com.

Mattress sale by Tuscola High School Big T Club: 564 Tuscola School Road, Waynesville (near Lowe's). All sizes, new with full factory warranties. Cash, check, credit card. Proceeds benefit athletics program. www.facebook.com/cfsupstatescBeds4Mountaineers.

June 19

Kirkin of the Tartans service: 10 am First Presbyterian Church in Franklin. A way to remember Scottish heritage. All who attend are invited to eat lunch in Tartan Hall.

Bailey reunion: 2:30 pm, First Baptist Church, Town Square, Burnsville. 34th reunion for descendants of Edmond Bailey. 919-489-8731 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

PlottFest: Begins at noon at Maggie Valley Fairgrounds on Soco Road. Trout fishing instruction for youth, demonstrations of blacksmithing, canning, carving and more, inflatables, art and craft vendors, dog supply vendors, food, antique trucks, tractors and hayride, music by Balsam Range and others. $15. Get tickets at www.plottfest.org or at the gate.

Free concert by organist Dr. Vance Reese: 2 pm, First Church of Christ, Scientist, 64 N. French Broad Ave., Asheville. Celebrating installation of new organ. 828-252-3391.