West End Reading Series–November edition

We had a fabulous time at our October reading series and can’t wait for this Saturday November 22 at 7 PM to hear another group of well-loved local writers including West A’s fav son Allan Wolf, Alli Marshall, Melissa Crowe, Matthew Oldzman, and Kate Schultz. See the Fb page for bios on all the writers  and find out what inspires them https://www.facebook.com/WestEndPoetryandProseReadingSeries?fref=ts&ref=br_tf

Zoe from Sour Grapes will be  tasting  a new wine we are featuring, the  Castillo de Anna, a perfect red for chilly evenings.  Bring the whole family to enjoy sandwiches, small plates, desserts, and a selection of beverages including Organic Sonoma Hard Cider or warm comforting NC cider.

October writers

Youth Open Mic Saturday Nov 1, 6-9PM

We are excited to be hosting Youth Open Mics on the first Saturday of each month. West End Bakery has been a community-oriented business for 14 years, serving quality food in a comfortable atmosphere to families and is excited to provide a safe and supportive environment for kids to showcase their talents. We recognize the wealth of younger musical talent in Asheville, as well as the scarce opportunities to perform. You bring the talent, whether it be acoustic or keyboard music, poetry or dance and we’ll provide the rest (PA, mics, and keyboard) . Adults are welcome to accompany youth and enjoy Dessert Flights, Sandwiches and beverages.

West End Reading Series– October Edition

The second installment of the Poetry and Prose Reading Series is Saturday October 11 at 7PM featuring  favorite local Asheville writers :
Pasckie Pascua
Jeff Davis
Eric Steineger
Lockie Hunter
Melanie McGee Bianchi
Robin Criscuolo DeButts

Our September  event  was a huge success, so please bring the family to  enjoy Dessert Flights, Biscuit Sandwiches,  locally roasted coffee and espresso beverages, microbrewed beer, wine, juices, and sodas, and fabulous performances!

For more information  visit https://www.facebook.com/events/844295365603325/

Literary crowd on the West side