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What's Good in the Hood, Asheville NC, January 26, 2024

Assembly Required: Asheville Designer Toy Expo

The premiere destination for independent designer, bootleg, and art toy artists and collectors. Focusing on independent artists, it is the largest gathering of its kind created by independent artists, exclusively for independent artists. At the Grey Eagle

Sun, Feb 4 | 11:00am - 5:00pm | $7 - $15

Harry Potter Paint Night!

Dust off your broomstick, throw on your house robes, and join them for a MAGICAL night at Fired Up in ASHEVILLE! Do you LOVE pottery? Do you also LOVE Harry Potter? Then you’ll LOVE Fired Up’s HARRY POTTER PAINT NIGHT! Join us on Friday, from 6-8 pm for a WICKED good time! $8 ticket reserves your space at the event.  https://bit.ly/HarryPotterPottery

Lowcountry Oyster Roast!

There’s no better way to get a taste of the Lowcountry in Asheville than by joining an Oyster Roast at Jettie Rae’s Oyster House! On Sunday, gather around standing tables with family, neighbors, and friends to enjoy oysters outside in true Lowcountry style. Admission includes roasted oysters, beverage, and 2 drink tickets plus favorite fixings! The first roast is from 12-2:30pm and the second from 3:30-6pm. 143 Charlotte Street

Disney Trivia Brunch!

Geeks Who Drink live-hosted bar trivia is coming to Melting Pot Social starting on Sunday, January 28! Join them for 2 hours of entertaining trivia with PRIZES awarded. Sunday Brunch Trivia - Disney-themed edition - where fairytales meet fantastic food and drink. Test your knowledge, savor delightful brunch bites, and let the Disney magic come to life!  https://bit.ly/meltingpotsocial

Winter Community Drum Circle

With the winter getting frosty, The Well is hosting a series of open drum circles indoors in January and February. Bring your own drum. They'll have a couple of extras on hand, just in case!  This is a community event, free of charge (although they gratefully accept donations for the space). Friday from 7:00 - 10:00 PM

The Well | 3 Louisiana Avenue

American Art in the Atomic Age

This exhibition features works created during the 1940s–1960s. Much of the art during this time expressed the uncertainty of the era, often relying on automatism and biomorphic forms. Sunday, Feb. 3 at the Asheville Art Museum | 11:00am - 6:00pm

(Dorothy Dehner, Woman #2, 1954, watercolor and ink on paper, 22 ¾ × 18 inches.)

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