Complete series of “Asheville in the 1980s” is now available on YouTube

Throughout this past summer, the North Carolina Room at Pack Memorial Public Library presented a six-month series exploring “Asheville in the 1980s.”  The series delved into the impetus for, and lasting results of, the City’s transformation during that critical decade.  The programs attracted large and sometimes overflow crowds to Lord Auditorium.

Now the entire six-program series is available in video online, thanks to the work of Max Taintor and the crew at BCTV.   See the whole lineup of the North Carolina Room’s “Asheville in the 1980s” programs by clicking on the Videos tab here at the Heard Tell website,  or at  YouTube, here

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