What are you doing on May 7? If you are in the area, you should stop by The Cove. We are hosting our annual open house community event, along with our friends from Camp Cedar Cliff and 106.9 The Light.
Come experience the beauty of The Cove and enjoy a day of activities for the whole family. At the Chatlos Memorial Chapel, you can view a special exhibit honoring legendary gospel singer George Beverly Shea, who at 102 years old, recently received a Lifetime Achievement GRAMMY!
Camp Cedar Cliff will offer a taste of summer camp with fun activities – including archery, a bounce castle and other inflatables, as well as a climbing wall, double zipline, face-painting, and horse rides – and a free hotdog lunch. Illusionist Bill Grimsley will perform from noon to 1 p.m.
Our friends at 106.9 The Light will open up their studios for tours. Listeners will be able to meet their favorite on-air personalities!
Samaritan’s Purse will have one of its Disaster Relief trucks available for tours. Visit www.samaritanspurse.org.
And, you want to hear the best part? It’s all free!
On Saturday evening, area worship leaders and musicians will offer “Asheville NOW (Night of Worship)” – a free community concert event at The Cove, beginning at 7:30 p.m. While it’s free, registration for this event is recommended as space is limited. Before the concert, you can enjoy a gourmet meal. (The cost for this option is $20). Click here to register for Asheville NOW.