Town of Biltmore Forest Centennial Celebration!

Wrapping up our 100th year - November and December Resident Events

 Join us on Friday, November 3 for the Centennial Dancing Hootenanny at Town Hall.  Drinks and refreshments will be served starting at 6:30, and the music and dancing will start at 7 pm.  Biltmore Forest Resident, Trent Van Blaricom and his band, Moonshine Stills and Mash will be performing, and dance caller Rodney Sutton will lead everyone in traditional mountain dancing.  We hope to see you there!

Diane Zimmerman will be speaking about the history of Biltmore Forest on Sunday, November 12 at 5 pm at Town Hall.  

The town is hosting an evening of Children's Trolley Rides for town residents on Thursday, December 14 between 5:30-8:30 pm. You can request your preferred trolley times using this form.

If you would like to nominate your house/holiday light display for the trolley route, please email 


Biltmore Forest Running Club - Join in the Fun!

The Biltmore Forest Running Club, led by Blair Holl, is meeting regularly and would love to welcome some new members!  Check the calendar for upcoming dates, and join in for a fun run around the neighborhood.  All skill levels are welcome!  

Email Blair Holl ( with any questions.  


Fourth of July Photos - Check out the photo gallery here! 

The gallery password is BFP and the download PIN is 9956.


  Learning About Lyme Disease with Angela Newnam

A big thank you to Biltmore Forest resident Angela Newnam for sharing her educational presentation on Lyme disease for a second time!  

When enjoying our beautiful outdoor setting, we and our pets encounter ticks almost year-round.  Lyme disease is the fastest growing vector-borne illness (ticks, mosquitoes, etc.)  in the US.  Buncombe County is categorized by the CDC as “Endemic” for Lyme disease.  Our Town is proactively addressing this issue.  

Angela Newnam, and several other Biltmore Forest residents who have first-hand experience with Lyme disease, share their real and varying stories as part of this program to increase awareness of the disease, its symptoms, myths and misconceptions and most importantly prevention. Learn the steps that you can take to protect yourself, your pets and your yard as well as the measures planned by the Town of Biltmore Forest. 

If you missed the live presentation, you can stream the recording through this link.


Check out photos from our prior events!  The New Year's Day 5K, Diane Zimmerman's history talk about the beginnings of Biltmore Forest, and the 100th Anniversary art show. 

Update:  The residents of the Town of Biltmore Forest donated 191 pairs of shoes for the Church of the Advocate!  Thank you to everyone who donated shoes at the New Year's Day 5k race!