Video Tour 

Showhouse Chair Melissa Warren Hudson and CHS Board Chairman Kirk Moore introduce the 2020 Cashiers Designer Showhouse!

 
3D Matterport Tours

Powered by Matterport, enjoy these 3D Virtual Tours of the Showhouse, Glamping Tent, and the new Silver Run Reserve community. These three-dimensional tours let you remotely "walk through" each space and provide links to each designer's online shopping page. Designer shopping pages include items in each space that are for sale. CHS receives 20% of designer proceeds, resulting in critically-needed funds for our operations and preservation of historical buildings and grounds. 

 

Be sure to try out the Zoom-in feature as well as the Measure Tool, which allow you to measure room sizes and larger pieces of furniture. Many thanks to Larry Madden with Innovative Pix for donating the 3D Showhouse and Glamping tent experience!

 
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Browse indvidual rooms

Links to Designer/Room Pages can also be viewed below.

 
Southern Art and its History on the Plateau

In this video, learn about Southern Art and its storied history in the Cashiers-Highlands plateau with David Henderson and Susan Kunkler of H+K Gallery in downtown Spartanburg. They talk about the interesting stories behind artists on the plateau between 1920 – 1950 with CHS Board Chairman Kirk Moore.

 
MARY PALMER DARGAN, Licensed Landscape Architect
Mary Palmer Dargan is BACK with her bitters workshop. Mary Palmer with the award-winning Dargan Landscape Architects has been published in many national publications and featured in HGTV. She will tempt your taste buds and state of mind during this multi-chaper bitters workshop:
 
 
SPECIAL DOWNLOAD: Plateau Magazine Article Series
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Plateau Magazine has covered the 2020 Designer Showhouse since their inaugural issue in February.

 

In this compilation, enjoy their three-part article series giving a behind-the-scenes look at the Showhouse and Silver Run Reserve, two fashion editorials highlighting the Cashiers Historical Society grounds and Silver Run Reserve’s breathtaking views, and interviews with several of the Showhouse designers.

Click on the magazine cover to download and read.

Thank you, Plateau Magazine! 

CYNTHIA PERRYMAN - Impressionistic Oil Paintings

Meet Artist Cynthia Perryman! Cynthia is selling impressionistic oil paintings with 20% of her proceeds donated back to CHS. Learn more about her creative process by watching her interview and browse her online shopping page:

 
 
SPECIAL DOWNLOAD: Showhouse Activity Packet 

This year, the Cashiers Historical Society released the Zach-tivity Book, a coloring book for all ages with activities based on the history of Cashiers, NC. It's clever name is a nod to the Zachary-Tolbert House Museum.

 

As part of our Virtual Package, we are happy to release a supplemental packet tied to the 2020 Showhouse. Enjoy this Designer Showhouse-themed Packet, fun for ages 8 and older.

Thank you to Writer, Artist, and CHS Volunteer Kat Ford for creating this very special packet for us. 

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Virtual Tour of the Pollinator Garden at the
Highlands Biological Station

The Highlands Biological Station is a Multi-campus Center of Western Carolina University, a unit of the University of North Carolina System.

 
 
Virtual Vendor Village

From luxury silk scarves to antique and vintage jewelry, gaming chips, and fobs!

Click here to shop our wonderful Vendor Village.

Cashiers
Historical
Society

1-828-743-7710

info@cashiershistoricalsociety.org

1940 HWY 107 S

PO Box 104

Cashiers, NC 28717

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The Cashiers Historical Society is a 501c3 organization that honors and protects the historic past of North Carolina's Cashiers Valley. 

Through thoughtful educational platforms and the preservation of the Zachary-Tolbert House, Colonel John's Cabin, the dependency and the Hampton School, CHS is maintaining the legacy of a historic place and your support is vital for its future. 

Please consider a financial contribution either by mail or online.

Volunteer support is always needed and sincerely appreciated. 

Your help will preserve this magical place  for future generations.