(Photo Credit: Marilyn Sobanski)


The tranquil "cathedral of trees" lining the Oaks Trail.


Welcome!



Feel free to explore and experience Black Mountain in North Carolina.
Here are some video snapshots captured by a frequent visitor.

                                                                                  TomS

10th Annual Greenway Challenge





Black Mountain Greenway Challenge 2017.


Smart Start Soccer





Kids learning some soccer moves at the Grey Eagle arena.


Clearing At The Carver Center





A goat brigade clearing out a wooded area at the Carver Center.


Garden Show





A quick hop over to the Black Mountain Garden Show 2016


Flower Pot Recycling





Rainbow Recycling at the 2016 Black Mountain Garden Show


Tailgating 2016





The Black Mountain Tailgate Market opens its gates for 2016


A White Blanket





A look at snowy Black Mountain after a winter storm courtesy of Black Mountain Digital Media.


2015-2016 Holiday Recycling Event





Here is a volunteer community event aimed at reducing holiday leftover waste.


2015 Christmas Parade





A sampling of the annual Christmas parade.


Downtown Merchants Holly Jolly





Downtown stores provide shoppers Christmas festivity.


Open House At The Fire Department





Black Mountain FD opens it doors to the community for National Fire Prevention Week.


Howl-A-Ween 2015





Halloween isn't just for kids!


Mini Monster Mash





Town Parks & Recreations Halloween fun event for kids.


Art On The Lawn





Local artists display and make their creations available to the public.


Seasonal Tailgate Market




An annual market that promotes homegrown and homemade products.


Community Bike Ride, September 2015





Planning is underway to make on-road and-off road bicycling more easier and safer.

A special event brought planners and a wide range of riders together to discuss how.


Community Garden, March 2015




The Community Garden grows a human bond as well as fresh produce and plants.


New Kids On The Lake





A whimsical look at Lake Tomahawk.