While the summer months are beginning to wane, Hendersonville is still alive with the sound of music, laughter and art.  Tuxedo Junction will be performing music from the 40’s through the 90’s at the Music on Main Street event on Friday, August 28th, from 7-9pm in Hendersonville.  There will also be a classic car show hosted by the Hendersonville Antique Car Club happening in addition to the Music on Main Street performance.  This event is sponsored by Burger King and FREE to the public.  Make sure you bring a chair and leave the pets and alcohol at home. 

Monday, August 31st, is the last scheduled performance of the Southern Crescent Bluegrass and the Rough Creek Cloggers at the 91st Street Dances on Main Street.  Also sponsored by Burger King, this event is FREE to the public.  You just need to bring a chair and enjoy the show from 7-9pm.

Going on now through September 26th, the Arts Council is hosting a “Bring Us Your Best” show at the Neill Gallery on Main Street.  Visitors are welcome to attend this juried and judged show of artisans from all around the Hendersonville area absolutely FREE.  The gallery is open Tuesdays through Fridays from 1-5pm and Saturdays from 1-4pm.

If you have a chance, head over to the Flat Rock Playhouse anytime from now through September 6th to catch their romantic comedy Real Estate, about what happens when selling your home.  Performances are at 8:15pm, with matinees on the weekends at 2:15pm.  Please call 866-732-8008 for more info.

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Flat Rock is that small, hospitable town where everyone knows your name and is happy to watch out for their fellow neighbor.  The Village takes great pride in its community, provides a nurturing environment for local artists, promotes age diversity and actively keeps real estate values stable.  Students living in Flat The natural beauty of Flat RockRock attend public schools in the great Henderson County School System, which encourages parental involvement in children’s education.  The Flat Rock Playhouse hosts comedies, musicals and dramas fit for the entire family and has been rated as one of the top ten theaters in the entire country.

It’s not just the people that are warm and inviting.  The natural beauty that Flat Rock real estate has to offer is what entices people most about visiting and even settling here.  The Carl Sandburg National Historic Site has preserved its rolling hillside, magnificent gardens, scenic trails and even the antebellum house and dairy barn just as they were when the Sandburgs lived here in the 1800s for the public to enjoy.  Flat Rock is a small town that has a big heart.  Come see for yourself or feel free to contact me for more details about the area.