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Dig Local Update 10/23/20 - Vote and get Baked, Drive-in Movies & Music, Local Honey, The Uncommon Market and More...

Save the Bees and Enjoy the Honey with Asheville Bee Charmer  - #digAVL Video 

A series on how local businesses are adjusting to the COVID-19 crisis

Fall is in full swing in Asheville which means sweater weather, warm fires and cozy cups of tea. What could go better with that than some fresh and local honey from the Asheville Bee Charmer. Discover delicious recipes, practice some self-care with their skincare line, and much more. We spoke with beekeeper/co-owner Jillian to find out a little more about how they're adapting to COVID changes and keeping up with the bees! 

See the video interview here!
While we've all had to adjust to the "new normal" (whatever that is), our local business owners and managers have their own stories to tell about how they've been affected and what they are doing during these unprecedented times. Dig Local is proud to interview some of the awesome folks who make Asheville, Asheville.
Get Baked After You Vote!
Baked Pie Company has the goods. If you're voting in North Asheville at Reynold's Village, they happen to be right next door. No matter where you are though, please exercise your right to vote! Avoid the lines with this handy tool that shows wait times at all the locations.  
10 Years of Terror Giveaway Winner!
Congratulations to @drexler.arthur on Instagram for being the winner of this awesome giveaway! We can't wait to hear about your experience at the spookiest activity in WNC.
Located on rural farmland near Hendersonville, The Haunted Farm sits on a mysterious, blood-soaked stretch of land. The locals claim there's an age-old Blood Feud between the Tate and Lively families which has devastated the local farming community. 2020 will be The Haunted Farms 10th season providing thrills, scares, and terrifying fun for guests and fans.
If you didn't win, but you still want to go get spooked, buy tickets now and use the exclusive Dig Local Discount Code for

$2 off Admission- DIGAVL20

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Local To-Do List
Lawn Concert: the Lazybirds
According to the legendary Doc Watson, “Lazybirds play a good variety of blues, jazz, and that good old ragtime sound, and you will hear the flavor of that in anything they play.”
Join Isis Music Hall for an outdoor lawn concert that is groovy, socially-distanced style. Lazybirds is a classic American roots band from the mountains of North Carolina. Specializing in good time music that is just about impossible not to move to, there is also a depth to the band that faithful fans have treasured over the years.The ‘Birds cover a lot of musical ground, from early American
stringband music to Dylan classics, as well as classic sounding originals. Deep roots are what hold all of these sounds together. 
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The Uncommon Market is BACK

Join Uncommon Asheville and Dig Local for Asheville's Largest Market for the Old, the Bold, the Creative, and Unexpected in its 6th season of gathering quality curators of antiques, craft, vintage decor, art, jewelry, home furnishings, and beyond!! This event is FREE, you heard us, FREE and will occur rain or shine, so bring a rain jacket just in case. All friendly pups are welcome to shop and explore with you and there will be food trucks and adult beverages available! 

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St.Paul & The Broken Bones Drive-In
The Grey Eagle and Worthwhile Sounds are proud to present St. Paul & The Broken Bones playing a socially-distanced, drive-in style concert at Ghost Town in the Sky (parking lot) in Maggie Valley, NC on Oct. 29! Tickets are still available for this awesome event, so get your pod together and head out to Maggie Valley.
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Grail Moviehouse Pop Up Drive-In
During their transition to a new space, the Grail Moviehouse will be working with local partners to make great movies available in local pop-up locations. So grab your blankets and a pal or two and head over to Foundation in the River Arts District to watch the Army of Darkness! There are a limited amount of spots so grab your tickets today! Tickets are $25 per car and available online only.
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The Eliada Homes Corn Maze is Open!
Eliada's non-profit Corn Maze and fall event is open. All money raised from the 6-weekend event benefits Eliada's continuous care for children and youth 0-25. This event is going to look different from years prior because of safety measures put in place to keep the community safe! Make sure you purchase your tickets and reserve your time slot in advance, and don't forget to stop by the snack shack to grab a beer or a cider. 
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Keep the Asheville Vibe Alive and ...
Download the Dig Local App to see who's offering dine-in, outside seating, curbside service, beer delivery and more during COVID-19.
Keep up with your favorite places as they adapt to the "new normal".

WEAR YOUR MASKS and keep digging local!