Habitat's ReStore Big Spring Sale Event May 19 | Habitat for Humanity's ReStore Spring Customer Appreciation Sale will be held 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat., May 19, 2018. Also, free hot dogs and soft drinks available to the public from Noon to 2 p.m. Put it on your calendar if you're a fan of the good work and the retail offerings provided by the Habitat ReStore, located in Biltmore Village. There's always a wide range of items, such as furniture, building supplies, housewares, books, music, art, and appliances. The 25% OFF EVERYTHING IN THE STORE FOR ONE DAY ONLY just makes it that much better. For directions and info, visit More>


A new website has been born, and shoppers are invited to add their favorite stores and bargain news. For links to Asheville's unique shops and merchants, click here.

* Asheville Downtown Association:
The Downtown Asheville merchants' association is known as Asheville Downtown Association. For more information,click here.

* Asheville Downtown Galleries Association:
The local art galleries have teamed up to form a group that is best known for its sponsorship of well-attended Art Walks in the spring, summer and fall. For more information, click here.

* Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority: The official tourist website of lists many fine shops throughout the Asheville Area, particularly those in Downtown Asheville. For a list of merchants, click here.

* West Asheville: Excellent shopping of West Asheville, primarily near Haywood Road via click here.


The Natural Home on Lexington Avenue * Photo by Lisa Ring
*LEXINGTON AVENUE in Downtown Asheville | Click Here>


* Antique Tobacco Barn More>
* Bridging the Cultural Gap More>
* Concrete Lawn Art More>
* Keowee Chamber Music More>
* Lisa Ring, Watercolor Artist More>
* Studio Thirty Three Jewelry More>
* Sweeten Creek Antiques & Collectibles More>
* The Appalachian Artisan Society (TAAS Gallery) More>
* VanDyke Goldsmithing More>
* Woolworth Walk More>


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