At the River ~ Documentary Film Screening on August 27

At the River ~ Documentary Film Screening on August 27 The Friends of the Black Mountain Library and the White Horse Black Mountain join with filmmaker Carolyn Crowder for a showing of her feature length documentary At The River: Struggle and Grace in the Segregated South on Sunday, August 27 at 3 PM. Carolyn, a Black Mountain resident,

Sowing Circle Presents: Botanical Cyanotype for Beginners

Sowing Circle Presents: Botanical Cyanotype for Beginners Join us at the library on Saturday, September 23rd from 10:30am-12:30pm for a special adult workshop in which we will learn about and create cyanotypes. The cyanotype is a beautiful historical process using sunlight and photographic chemistry hand-applied to watercolor paper to yield wondrous blue and white images.  This process was first discovered in 1842

It Takes a Village (of Volunteers) 

It Takes a Village (of Volunteers) If you’ve visited Lake Tomahawk recently you’ve probably noticed the new ‘Story Stations’ located along the pathway encircling the lake. On June 10th the ‘Greenways Read Out Loud Walking (GROW) Trail’ was dedicated at a joyous celebration with over 100 in attendance. GROW showcases what will become a rotating