For more than 25 years, The Village Green has enhanced lives in and the lifestyle of the Cashiers area. From the beginning, The Village Green was designed for this purpose:

To be a park for the people.

Today this has never been more true. The Village Green is here for you with its wide-open spaces and many therapeutic benefits. In the chaotic, upside-down world we are living in at the moment, having a place of sanctuary is more critical than ever before.

You can stroll the winding pathways of The Village Green. Springtime is always a beautiful time to be in the park. Many trees and flowers are blooming now, including 200 daffodils that were planted last fall. Support one of our local restaurants by picking up curbside take-out food and have a picnic in one of our shelters. Bring a book to read or a sketchpad to draw and find one of the many benches tucked away in several locations throughout the park. Or, simply sit, soak up the sun and listen to the birds. The Village Green is home to many migratory birds, including the Eastern Bluebird, a sign of happiness. Unroll your yoga mat in the grass and practice sun salutations, or take an online course offered by Cashiers Valley Fusion. For a full schedule, visit

Speaking of logging in…you are now able to access the internet using The Village Green public Wifi! This is just one more way that The Village Green is working for Cashiers, enhancing our community connection.

We have canceled or postponed our events through mid-May to mitigate the spread of coronavirus. Once we get the all-clear from health officials, we will resume our programming. In the meantime, we will be offering some Livestream events for you to enjoy The Village Green from the safety of your home. This month’s events are:

  • ·“A Walk in the Park,” 4 p.m. Thursday, April 9, a tour of The Village Green
  • “Easter Sunday In the Village Green,” 4 p.m. Sunday, April 12, a butterfly release in The Village Green
  • “Earth Day, Everyday,” 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 22, a program on protecting and conserving the environment
  • Sculpture In the Green,” 4 p.m. Thursday, April 30, learning about the outdoor art collection in The Village Green

Links to these events will be sent via weekly e-news and also posted on our social media and website.

We continue to do everything we can to keep our community park safe and accessible to everyone. We continue to do all we can to make The Village Green a clean and enjoyable place to visit to find comfort and solace. We remain strong in our commitment to serve as Cashiers park for the people.

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