Spindale - Small Town Charm
In Spindale, history is preserved in the small-town charm of the eclectic shops and restaurants that line Main Street and the brick buildings that have stood strong for generations. A hub of mills and factories in the 1900s, Spindale’s name was appropriately chosen for its well-known role in the textile industry. Today, it is known to many as home to WNCW 88.7FM radio, the most-listened-to public radio station in Western North Carolina. The station is part of Spindale’s Isothermal Community College, where you will find The Foundation Performing Arts & Conference Center, the crown jewel of Spindale’s music and arts attractions. Explore the length of the town on the 7.35-mile Thermal Belt Rail Trail. Originally the textile railroad line, it’s now a symbol of our town’s past and the healthy physical future of the community. Be sure to also visit Union Mills, home to authentic gold panning at Thermal City Gold & Gem Mine and Union Mills Learning Center, a hub for some of the best bluegrass and “newgrass” festivals in western North Carolina.
B Sharp Music
B Sharp is a local instrument and music store located in Spindale NC. B Sharp offers both new and used instruments. It is not uncommon to hear music coming from this store while you are...