Sprawling across nearly 300 acres of natural beauty and adjoining the Nantahala National Forest, lies Silver Run Reserve, the location of the 2020 Cashiers Designer Showhouse (CDS). Silver Run was originally assembled by the civic-minded Neely family as a private family estate nearly 40 years ago. Located within the prestigious southern corridor of Cashiers, Silver Run is in the midst of a revival as it is being transformed into a private, low-density, wonderfully amenitized mountain community. The 2020 Showhouse is a 4,000-square-foot Mountain Modern Cottage, custom-designed by the renowned Meyer Greeson Paullin Benson firm and built by Cashiers’ own Harris Custom Builders. With beautiful mountain and wooded views, and close to the center of the community and The Lodge, the Showhouse is surrounded by tranquility and beauty. Leading local, regional, and national interior designers will grace one of Cashiers' most storied properties with a collective aesthetic vision for a once-in-a-lifetime Showhouse.
Who's ready for the first Fundangle Saturday event of the summer?! The Zachary Tolbert House will be hosting this exciting event throughout the summer from 2-4 p.m. There will be music, refreshments, family-friendly activities such as a Bitty Broom demonstration, the 19th Amendment exhibit. A craft for children to make a basket with Jeffrey Gottlieb, and info about the Monarch butterflies and milkweed plants will be available. Refreshments, no charge
Free admission, however donations are always appreciated.
More Fundangle Saturdays will be held on July 25th and August 29th. The Zachary Tolbert House looks forward to enjoying a fun-filled afternoon with you and your family!
Jeffrey Gottlieb, MS (in Biology), has been a Naturalist, Outdoor Educator and Primitive Skills Instructor for more than 30 years. He works with school groups, nature centers, museums, scout troops and summer camps, builds full-sized wigwams and longhouses and replicates primitive tools and artifacts for display. His areas of special interest include fiber arts, flintknapping, basketry, edible and utilitarian plants, and nature awareness. He travels widely in the Eastern U.S. teaching at rendezvous, gatherings and historic fairs. He has written a how-to manual on building wigwams, and an instructors' manual entitled Teaching Primitive Skills to Children. His books, including the newest one on natural fibers and ropemaking, are available directly from him. He welcomes correspondence and can be reached via email at ,
or at 245 Red Dog Lane, Whittier, NC, 28789.
Check out his website at: www.theprimitivenaturalist.com.
See his youTube TV shows at: Earth Skills with Jeff Gottlieb
Heritage Apple Day
Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, and per the recommendation of the Governor, Heritage Apple Day is currently postponed to a later date.
Keep an eye out for the new date and time!