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West Asheville Urban Plant Walk and Garden Stroll

ASHEVILLE NC – Come learn about the medicinal and edible plants growing in the sidewalks, gardens, and wild lots of downtown West Asheville! This event will be happening Saturday, September 8th from 11:30 to 1:00, rain or shine. It will start at the Center for Holistic Medicine which is located at 779 Haywood Road in the heart of downtown West Asheville. The walk will be co-hosted by Nancy Hyton, Licensed Acupuncturist, Certified Herbalist, and founder of the Center, and local herbalist Mary Morgaine Thames of Earth Dancers.┬áThis walk will also be on the same day as the West Asheville Garden Stroll, a free tour of private neighborhood gardens. ┬áThe cost is $5 for adults and includes a useful handout of the plants we will be talking about on the walk. Kids are free! Sign up in advance at the Center or just come by on the day of the event. You can also call us at 505-3174 or email [email protected] and we’ll put you on the list.

About the Center for Holistic Medicine
The Center for Holistic Medicine is located at 779 Haywood Road in downtown West Asheville, 28806. It has been open for four years and has been voted best of WNC three years in a row in the mountain Xpress reader’s poll. The Center was founded by Nancy Hyton, a Licensed Acupuncturist and Certified Herbalist, who has a special interest in working with health care practitioners from other fields. In addition to Acupuncture the Center also offers Chinese Herbal Medicine, Therapeutic Massage, Nutrition, Biofeedback, Guided Imagery, Reiki, and Osteopathic Manual Medicine. The Center’s website is http://www.centerholistic.com and the phone number is (828) 505-3174.

 

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