Soon fall will be in full swing in Black Mountain so that can only mean one thing ~ fall decorating is coming to town.
Soon our favorite fall funcrow couple, Rocky & Rockette will return to their favorite fall destination. Joyce & Mary have outdone themselves creating these life sized crows.
We are not letting Covid-19 get us down. Tracy had a Funcrow Makeover at her come. Committee members masked up and social distanced to work on the crows. The Funcrows will return to town on Oct. 9 .
Other areas of town will be decorated with haybales, corn , pumpkins, and fall mums, including the “Welcome to Black Mountain” signs that greet residents and visitors. The decorations would not be complete without the giant spider looking out over our town creating the perfect photo opportunity for visitors to the square.
The theme was given "A Star Appeared" for the 10th Annual Deck The Trees event. A committee of creative volunteers had their first meeting mid-Oct. to come up with ideas for this theme and their crafting will be revealed later. In November they will decorate the tree at the Monte Vista Hotel.
The public is invited to the hotel in Black Mountain from Dec. through Jan. from 10 am to 9 pm. Beautiful and unique hand-decorated Christmas trees will bring joy and inspiration to all who visit. [Pictured 2019 Tree]
Vote by cash or by check for your favorite tree helps to raise funds for the Fuel Fund of the Swannanoa Valley Christian Ministry. 100% of the funds generated through this annual celebration will go to SVCM. [Pictured 2019 members]
When you stroll Town Square or the historic district of Black Mountain, you can hear "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas..." playing in your head.
In December, the Beautification Committee will be busy decking out the greenery and bows throughout the town. It will be seen as you enter the Town by the Welcome Signs to Garden Sites and Town Square.
Below are some pictures of the committee elves decking the town with greenery.
Not a member, come join us this year and you will get into the spirit of the season.