SPECIAL WINTER THINGS COMING UP AT THE VISITOR'S CENTER

SPECIAL WINTER THINGS COMING UP AT THE VISITOR'S CENTER SPECIAL WINTER THINGS COMING UP AT THE VISITOR'S CENTER

TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY   

Winter Getaway Card Program   
The HCTDA Winter Getaway Card is back in town! The Card is valid from November 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018 and will be available at the
Visitor Center in early November. The program was designed to strengthen the local economy during our shoulder season. Visitors and
residents can take advantage of special discounts on lodging, shopping, dining and attractions. The rewards brochure includes a detachable
card to be presented at the point of purchase. Stop by the Visitor Center to pick-up a supply to hand-outs at your business.
Tourism After Five

\Join HCTDA for the November Tourism After Five hosted by
Brightwater Vacation Rentals on Thursday, November 9th from 5-
7pm. Brightwater Vacation Rentals offers 2 and 3 bedroom cabins
The cottage is located at 119 Tioga Trail off of Highway 64 West in
Hendersonville. Bring a friend!

Tourism After Five is a friendly and relaxing way to meet new
people to develop business partnerships.
Kindly RSVP to Julie Hayes at 828-693-9708 or email
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Lunch & Learn
Mark your calendar to attend Lunch & Learn on Wednesday,
November 15 at the Visitor Center at 12Noon. The guest speaker will
be Steve Cannon, District Engineer for NCDOT. He will discuss plans
for widening I-26, changes to Highland Lake & Kanuga Roads, and
new traffic patterns. Feel free to bring your lunch and beverages will
be provided.
Call Julie Hayes to reserve your spot today, this topic is excepted to
be very popular. Contact: (828) 693-9708 or via email
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Iceless Skating Rink Returns
The Iceless Skating Rink is returning to the Visitor Center during the Holiday Season. The rink will be open starting
December 19 though January 1. The synthetic ice skating rink is made from special polymers so it can be enjoyed
year-round in any temperature. The skating rink is a fundraiser for the Henderson County America in Bloom
Committee. America in Bloom is an economic driver, designating communities nationwide as desirable areas to live,
work, and visit.
The AIB Committee is seeking volunteers to help in the operation of the Skating Rink. Volunteer training will be held at the Visitor Center on
Tuesday, December 12th from 5-7pm. For information or to sign-up for the training session call Mia Freeman at (828) 698-4600 or email
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