It’s beginning to look a lot like November...
It’s beginning to look a lot like November...
Dear Traveler,
It’s beginning to look a lot like November, and after a long day on the trail, the scene around the fireplace is really heating up over at Adventurist HQ. We’ve got hot cider, toasty marshmallows, and a whole bunch of things to feel thankful for in Brevard. White Squirrels. Waterfalls. Winding forest paths. Every season brings new adventures, beautiful vistas, and great opportunities to enjoy all that Brevard and Transylvania have to offer. We warmly invite you to get out there and experience all that’s on tap — whether pumpkin ale, a stunning view, or a one-of-kind adventure you can brag about over your turkey dinner.
Gobble, gobble,

 -The Adventurist

First in Flies
2nd Annual Forks of the River Fly Fishing Festival
Headwaters Outfitters
Saturday, November 5
Get hooked into a fantastic event with local vendors, your favorite fly fishing brands, and a full line-up of demos, door prizes, kids fishing derby, grand prize raffle, and more. New Belgium will take over the taproom and a food truck will be on premise for anyone casting about for a bite.

Forks of the River Fly Fishing Festival After Party
Pilot Cove
Saturday, November 5

 For those still angling for a good time after the day’s events, the FlyFishing Festival features a rockin’ after party at Pilot Cove with music by Dan’s Tramp Stamp & Money Bags from Charleston, SC. Proceeds from tickets will go toward PCTU and their construction of a trout education aquarium.
Reel in the details about the festival here and the after party here.

A Feast for the Senses
 Noblebräu Fall Beer Dinner
185 King Street
Tuesday, November 8

‘Tis the season of good eating. Noblebräu’s Chef Corie O’Malley and Head Brewer Cody Noble are ready to set the table at their 6th beer dinner. Expect expert pairings of delicious dishes with seasonal brews and live music to soundtrack it all.
Find your seat at the table here.

Woodn’t It Be Nice?
Forest Festival Day and John Palmer Intercollegiate Woodsmen’s Meet

Cradle of Forestry
Saturday, November 12

What happens when you mix craftspeople, a slew of competitive, aspiring woodsmen, and a party-like atmosphere on an autumn weekend? A Paul Bunyan-sized good time for the whole family. Learn about traditional mountain living, see glorious local arts and crafts, and cheer on your new favorite lumberjack in archery, cross-cut sawing, pole felling, and more.
Get your axe together here.

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Find all our currents events and happenings at the Explore Brevard links below:
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