Buncombe County Library’s Director Jim Blanton reports Spring, 2021 remains the target date for opening the East Asheville Library presently under construction. Structural steel is up and the roof panning is complete. Exterior walls are being framed up. Underground utilities are connected and repairs have been made to the fire station. He reports good weather has helped keep things moving forward. Certainly exciting to see the building taking shape. Thanks to Jim Blanton and our commissioners for their leadership and support.
The ROOT DOWN food truck, with its southern comfort/Creole cuisine, was voted Asheville’s Best Food Truck 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, and it was listed in Southern Living Magazine as one of the South’s Top 10 Food Trucks. They’ll be right around the corner at Haw Creek Commons (315 Old Haw Creek Road) on Saturday from 4 – 7 PM.
Below is their menu for the event, along with the TEXT TO ORDER AHEAD information, so make a plan to NOT cook on Saturday!
This is our 10th week of bringing food trucks into Haw Creek, and we appreciate all the hard-working, creative local “chefs-on-wheels” who have done such a great job feeding us!!!!
Hi, neighbors … by popular request, the Gypsy Queen food truck is coming back to Haw Creek this Saturday!
The truck will be at the Haw Creek Commons, 315 Old Haw Creek Road, from 4 – 7 PM.
Take a look at Suzy’s mouth-watering menu, and forget about cooking for a night! You can view the menu just below this post. Please note that pre-orders need to be placed between noon and no later than 4 PM on Saturday only.
These weekly food truck events are sponsored by the Haw Creek Community Association. Please remember: masks keep us all safe!
Hi, neighbors! BUN INTENDED, one of Asheville’s favorite food trucks, will be returning this week and will be cooking up authentic Thai food with fresh local ingredients on Saturday, July 11, from 4 – 7 pm. You can view their menu just below this post.
They’ll be set up at the Haw Creek Commons, 315 Old Haw Creek Road.
One word of caution: The curry bowl is super good but super spicy … if that’s not your thing, ask them to “hold the curry sauce” and choose a different sauce from their menu on the side! I’m speaking from experience!
Weekly food truck events are sponsored by the Haw Creek Community Association to keep us connected as neighbors! Bring a chair and hang out at a safe social distance in the shade while waiting for your food order. And masks keep us all safe!
The REEL MOLLOY is rolling into our neighborhood on Saturday from 4 – 7 PM with authentic English street fare: beer-battered fish (wild caught Icelandic cod) and “chips”, (our french fries), with cole slaw, tartar sauce, or malt vinegar . . . Bill Molloy, the owner, is from Cheshire in England, and his truck is super busy all around Asheville every day of the week.
But they don’t accept online pre-orders. So just come to the Haw Creek Commons parking lot at 315 Old Haw Creek Road to get your Fish ‘n Chips Fix and meet some of your neighbors. Masks make everyone feel safer!
Hi, neighbors … come on out on June 20 for our weekly Haw Creek food truck event! This week it’s the popular TIN CAN PIZZERIA, and our neighborhood will smell great with fresh made to order pizza bubbling away in the truck ovens. Go to our facebook page for the menu (https://www.facebook.com/ilovehawcreek/), and you can pre-order starting at 9 AM Saturday by calling 828-337-3647.
The truck will be at the Haw Creek Commons parking lot, 315 Old Haw Creek Road, from 4 – 7 on Saturday. See you there! Credit cards only – no cash.
These events are sponsored by your Haw Creek Community Association to connect neighbors and bring a bright spot into the week.
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.”
Those prophetic and inspiring words written more than 57 years ring even more true and more loudly, following the death of George Floyd and the subsequent events during the past two weeks. Hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world and from all walks of life came together to peacefully protest the injustice anywhere and demand justice everywhere.
They came to downtown Asheville, to Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C., to Parliament Square in London, to Town Hall in Sydney, Australia. They evoked the name of George Floyd, chanted “silence is violence”, “black is no crime”, “no justice, no peace”.
It is a mistake to think that the injustice so disturbingly administered to George Floyd in Minneapolis has no bearing on the residents of the Haw Creek community. If we don’t cry out against injustice and racism anywhere, we are doomed to live in a society where there is no justice for anyone.
The Haw Creek Community Association Board of Directors is asking members of the Haw Creek Community Association and residents throughout Haw Creek to join us in condemning injustice and racism, in supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, and in promoting better understanding and equality for all people.
This is an extraordinary time. It is our duty to join the millions of people worldwide in making our voices heard. In doing so, we are making our community a better place to live.
Hi, Neighbors … and here’s the scoop on the food truck that’s rolling into Haw Creek on Saturday, June 13. It’s the MELT YOUR HEART Gourmet Grilled Cheese truck, a super popular Asheville truck for the past 8 years.
We have over 50 photos posted on our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ilovehawcreek/) of many of the graduates and their families and friends at yesterday’s Parade of Graduates event! Thank you for coming out and supporting our graduates. And to the graduates, the people of Haw Creek Valley love you and our proud of you!
Let’s support our local graduates on Saturday, May 30th!
With the Covid-19 pandemic forcing school closures and cancellation of graduations programs, Haw Creek neighbors plan another way to honor our graduates. If you are a 2020 graduate–kindergarten through college–, Haw Creek wants to salute you with a parade of graduates, Saturday, May 30th. Graduates will gather at the ball field parking lots, and the parade will loop through the valley as shown on the map. Neighbors cheer on the passing graduates from their yards!
Plan to decorate your vehicle with the name and school from which you graduated. Creativity encouraged! With a licensed driver, your vehicle can join the parade loop and participate. Queue your car at 11:30 in the Haw Creek baseball parking lots (Bell Road and New Haw Creek Road). Parade starts at noon!
Haw Creek Neighbors:
Cheer on our graduates for this important milestone, while practicing social distancing. Stake out a spot along the parade route. Bring your camp chair or watch from your vehicle window. Most importantly, your presence will show support for our young people. Make a poster or sign of support. Creativity encouraged!