The year seems to be flying by as winter becomes but a memory and spring is in action and the mountains are filled with bloom.
It is amazing to realize that the first Art After Dark is just around the corner kicking off a year of events filling the streets with smiles and
For many of you that have been away for the winter, there have been a few changes to the downtown scene. To name a few: Pheasant
Hill (and their awesome cakes) is gone. High Country Furniture & Design has filled that space and opened today as I write. No word about the coffee/cake bar. In the space High Country Furniture & Design emptied will be accessories such as carpet, linens, window treatments, etc.
O’Malley’s space will go from restaurant to import furniture store creating a unique selection not yet available downtown. Once Café 50, now Boojum Brewing’s taproom offers craft beer, full bar and a
pub-style menu. Hunter Bank’s fishing supplies is
now in the space next door.
Just Ducky, on Miller Street, has closed its doors but Smoky Mountain Sub Shop located next door will take over the space adding another 1000
square feet to their space. Thai Spice has new owners from Maggie Valley. With fresh decor and renewed energy they changed the restaurant
name to “Blossom on Main Thai Fusion”.
we head into “season” with a full house and excited, new tenants.
of Art After Dark, missing will be Bill Stecher, piano player
extraordinaire. He has been dealing with some health issues over the winter and is unable to tickle the ivories for us. This year will bring a variety of players to entertain you. For a list of dates and featured artists check out the “event” section on our website www.twigsandleaves.com
Come celebrate with us the arrival of spring. We look forward to seeing you soon.