Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Easter Event: Folk School Easter Egg Hunt

April  3, 1:00PM, Open House (behind Davidson Hall) John C Campbell Folk School, Brasstown North Carolina. Arrive early - the Hunt starts promptly at 1PM. There will be three areas divided by age, 0-4, 5-7, and 8 & older. All kids are welcome to join in the fun at the Folk Center's annual Easter Egg Hunt. This event is free with parking across from the Keith House.

Green Shop 'till You Drop to Benefit WNC Nature Center

April, Greenlife Grocery, 70 Merrimon Avenue, Asheville North Carolina. Greenlife will donate 5 cents to the Friends of the WNC Nature Center for every bag you bring in and use throughout the month of April. Greenlife Grocery is a full service natural foods grocery store and café. 

Chimney Rock Lodging from $64 per night!

MOUNTAIN  MEADOWS  (Gerton), Chimney Rock North Carolina. Easter Weekend availabilityDiscount on Chimney Rock Park Tickets. Private stocked pond - enjoy fishing and swimming or a game of basketball, badminton, volleyball or horseshoes. Take a hike on nearby trails. WIFI, hot tub, paddle boat and rowboat. $64-$155 nt, $384-$895 WK 

Easter Event: Sunrise Service in Chimney Rock Park

April 4 Chimney Rock Park, Chimney Rock North Carolina.  55th Annual Easter Sunrise Service Celebrate the glory of Easter as our guest at this inter-denominational community worship. This special service will be filled with song, scripture, special music and spectacular sunrise views over beautiful Lake Lure and Hickory Nut Gorge. John Mason, the Park’s featured hammered dulcimer player, will perform.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Easter Event: Dinner at The Back Room Restaurant

April 2-3 THE BACK ROOM RESTAURANT AT THE FLAT ROCK WINE SHOPPE Flat Rock/Hendersonville. Easter Dinner - $20.00! Avoid the crowds on Sunday - 3 course meal with children's menus available. Let Ally prepare your special meal on this special day. Reservations suggested: 828-697-6828. See the menu here...

Hayes Performing Arts Center Needs Your Help

Hayes Performing Arts Center, 152 Jamie Fort Road, (off Hwy 321), Blowing Rock North Carolina. Hayes Performing Arts Center Makes It Easy To Support Its Repositioning Fund Drive:
Donate Items on Our Wish List  cleaning supplies; mowing and other landscaping services; copy paper, toner and other office supplies; piano tuning, computer repair and other services click here.
Volunteer   Whether you're interested in patron services, fundraising, data entry or marketing, we're confident you can find the perfect role  click here.
Bid on Auction Items or Buy from Our Store To purchase Hayes Center items like hats, shirts and mugs, please click here to visit our online store
You Search, We Receive   GoodSearch will donate a penny to the Hayes Center for each search you initiate on our search engine at
We Now Accept Monetary Donations Online  Through the security of PayPal, you can be assured that your donation will arrive quickly and safely. For more information, please visit here.

Riverlink Needs Volunteer

April 3, Blue Ridge Assembly, Black Mountain North Carolina. Riverlink is  seeking a volunteer who would come out to Blue Ridge Assembly Saturday morning (weather should be nice!) to set up an info booth and be part of the event from 9 a.m. until noon. Willliam Harwood, a science teacher at Rainbow Mountain School in West Asheville, is hosting a race -- the Splashdown to WOW (the World's Only Watershed) 6k and 15K at Blue Ridge Assembly in Black Mountain -- to benefit his school's Adopt-A-Stream Team.

Harwood says "It will be a small race, about 50 runners tops, but whatever we raise will go towards 'Operation Elderberry' and creating a healthy riparian buffer for State Street Stream," and requests a RiverLink presence at the event. Contact: Dave Russell, RiverLink  252-8474, ext. 118

Easter Event: Ski with the Easter Bunny

April 3, Appalachian Ski Mountain, Blowing Rock North Carolina - Easter Extravaganza   Bring your camera and join the Easter Bunny for pictures on the slopes, two children's Easter Egg Hunts with lots of hidden prizes including a 2010-11 Junior Season Membership, and a special Easter Brunch.

Monday, March 29, 2010

Easter Event: Easter Brunch in Lake Lure

April 4 10:30AM - 4:30 PM, 1927 Lake Lure Inn and Spa, Lake Lure North Carolina. A lavish Easter Sunday Brunch! Bring the whole family for a brunch in the historic Inn and celebrate the holiday with your loved ones. Seating from 10:30am until 4:30pm.Breakfast Items, Appetizers, Side Dishes, Salads, Main Courses, Assorted Homemade Rolls and Breads and a Chocolate Fountain with Fresh Fruit, Cookies, and Marshmallows.

Choral Festival in Brevard

March 31, 8AM - 7PM, Porter Center, Scott Concert Hall, Brevard College, One Brevard College Drive Brevard North Carolina. An All-day Choral festival at Brevard College.

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Events Deadline April 10

April 10. Nominations for the Southeast Tourism Society Top 20 Events for October-November-December must be submitted by April 10. Events must have an attendance of 1,000 or more and be at least three years old. The entry fee is $10.00 per event and should be accompanied by supporting material such as photos, posters, brochures, press releases, news clippings and/or volunteer programs. To find out more, visit

Friday, March 26, 2010

Colored Easter Eggs the Natural Way

March 28, 4PM-6PM, Sunny Points, Asheville North Carolina. Sunny Points gardener/ urban farmer, Laurie Newman White will do a hands on demonstration on using natural vegetable dyes for Easter Eggs. After the egg dying there will be eggs to hide and find for the little ones. Cathy Williams (from we still lay - will be also be doing a short presentation on urban chicken farming.and find for the little ones. The event will be held on Sunny Points Patio from 4 to 6 pm on March 28. $5 fee.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Waynesville Cabin in the Smoky Mountains

CATALOOCHEE MOUNTAIN CABIN  Waynesville North Carolina. Spacious 3 bd, 2 bath log cabin in the beautiful Smoky Mountains. Located on a 1+ acre lot at 3,300 ' elevation 15 min to downtown Waynesville. Wooded mountain views. PET FRIENDLY, fireplace, WIFI, lg deck, hammock. Community pond, picnic area, volleyball. $175per night, $800 per week.

Cellar Specials in Waynesville

The Classic Wine Seller, 20 Church Street, Waynesville North Carolina. Cellar Specials - Affordable everyday wines" :
Monte Antico - Listed #61 on 2009 Wine Spectator Top 100 List
$12.99 bottle, $120.00 case
Vente Morales - A Jorge Ordonez Selection, 100% Spanish Tempranillo
$7.99 bottle, $75.00 Case - WIne Seller "Best Buy:
Find more affordable wines at:

Antler Hill Village Now Open at Biltmore

Biltmore, Asheville North Carolina. The latest addition to the remarkable Biltmore is Antler Hill Village, named for the high ridge where the Inn on Biltmore Estate is located. The Village connects present to past with dining, shopping, historical exhibits and an Outdoor Adventure Center. Taste wine, ride a horse, kick-back in the Tavern, dine al fresco, go to fly fishing school and more. Access to Antler Hill Village is included in Biltmore's general admission. Learn more...

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

This Week at the Flat Rock Cinema

The Flat Rock Cinema, 2700 Greenville Highway, Flat Rock North Carolina.
THE HURT LOCKER, March 24-25 7:00 , March 26th - April 1st 3:30 FINAL WEEK!
ME & ORSON WELLES, March 26th - April 1st , FRI, MON, TUE, THU 7:00, SAT, SUN, WED 12:30, 7:00
All tickets are $6. Enjoy lunch or dinner with us. We recommend arriving at least 20 minutes prior to
show time if you plan to eat with us or if you have a group of four or more. Reservations are encouraged, but not required, by calling  (828) 697-2463 during our normal box office hours.

Monday, March 22, 2010

Walt’s Wine Down Fridays

March 26, RagApple Lassie Vineyards, Booneville (near Mount Airy) North Carolina. Each Friday until 7:00 pm. Sample awesome wines and tasty morsels handmade by Walt personally just for you! One dollar discount on all glasses of wine, extra 5% discount on case purchases, and 5% discount on bottle purchases in multiples of three!

Sunday, March 21, 2010

"Fun-raiser" Crystal Ball in Asheville

March 26, 7PM-10PM, Grand Bohemian Hotel, 11 Boston Way, Asheville North Carolina. Support the Asheville Arts Council by spending a night in an elegant atmosphere sipping Champagne, feasting on sumptuous Food and Art, enjoying a variety of live performances and bidding on Art, Jewelry, Pottery, Creative Adventures. Purchase tickets at

New Harmonies-Celebrating American Roots Music in Mount Airy

March 13-April 24,  Mount Airy Museum of Regional History,  301 North Main Street, Mount Airy North Carolina. A touring Smithsonian exhibit, New Harmonies: Celebrating American Roots Music includes photographs, recordings, instruments, lyrics and artist profiles. Explore the Smithsonian exhibition and discover your music heritage. Explore the broad range of musical styles and traditions that mirror our national diversity. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC   Read more... 

The Museum hours are: Tuesday through Saturday: 10 AM - 4 PM
Special hours for Saturday March 13 2:00pm - 8:00pm
March 13, 2010 through April 24, 2010

Friday, March 19, 2010

5 Course California Wine Dinner

March 23, Aperitif starts at 5:30pm, Dinner starts promptly at 6:00pm, THE BACK ROOM RESTAURANT(AT THE FLAT ROCK WINE SHOPPE) Six wines will be served. Reservations required - there are still a few seats available. Call 828-697-6828.   Menu:
1st: Tomato, Goat Cheese, and Fresh Herb Pizza
2nd: Avocado and Grapefruit Salad
3rd: Beef Carpaccio with Arugula and Mustard Sauce
4th: Red Snapper with Jicama Grape Relish
5th: Chocolate Cayenne Mousse with Candied Orange            $60.00 Per person tax and gratuity included.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Community Music Jam Tonight in Bryson City

March 18, 6PM – 7:30PM, Marianna Black Library Auditorium, Bryson City North Carolina.  Free Admission. The Community Music Jam has become a favorite of locals and visitors alike for its fun atmosphere and surprising range of talent!  828-488-3030.

Brevard's Banff Festival Event- Interprative Waterfall Tour

March 19, Pura Vida Adventures,  Hwy 64, Brevard area North Carolina. See some of the spectacular formations that have given Transylvania County the nick name land of waterfalls. During this tour not only see the falls but learn about the geology, meteorology, hydrology and history that gave this area it spectacular natural features. $50 per person.  For more information, e-mail or call (772) 579-0005. Transportation provided from Pura Vida Adventures for all trips. All equipment provided. If you would like to create another adventure during this weekend visit our website

Wine Tasting Benefits P.A.W.S.

March26, 5Pm-7PM, The Cottage Craftsman, 44 Frye Street, Bryson City North Carolina. Taste some of the new wines featured at The Cottage Craftsman with the $5 admission going directly to P.A.W.S., a nonprofit organization helping homeless animals.   This fun-raiser offers wines tasting, tasty hors duevres and a welcome to spring with friends and neighbors. The Cottage Craftsman has wines from 17 wineries in North Carolina and the Blue Ridge region.

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

National Day of Quilting

March 20, Quilters Quarters, 2020 Dellwood Road, Waynesville North Carolina. Quilters Quarters is celebrating National Quilt Day with Free Fat Quarter with every purchase, demo stations all day for circle cutters, texture magic, 4-sided placemats & easy folded napkins.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

9th Annual Diversity Celebration

March 23, 3PM-9PM, Appalachian State University, Boone North Carolina. Everyone is invited adn everything is FREE. Entertainment, workshops and Festival activities including Aboriginal Face Painting, Apalachian Butter Making, Chinese Celebration, French Language Games, Hindi Language and Music, Mehendi Hand Painting, Mountain Toy Making, Pakistani Pennies for Peace, Spanish Games, Spinning, Try on Indian Clothing, Unity Weave, Using Chopsticks, Vision Arrows, Weaving, Words of Peace. Enjoy foods of the world: Pajeon - Korean, Bruschetta - Mediterranean, Hrissa BBQ Chicken Wings - Morocco, Vegetarian Egg Rolls - East Asia, Besitos de CoCo - Latin America, Baba Ganoush w/Pita - Lebanon. Find more information here...

Brevard Hosts Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour

March19-20 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour Brevard College, Porter Center, Concert Hall, Brevard North Carolina. Two nights of celebrated short films about extraordinary people in extraordinary places doing the kinds of things you probably shouldn't try at home (or at least not without a helmet and a belay).

In addition to the Film Festival the city of Brevard will host a variety of  Festival events and weekend activities to compliment Baniff  - along with Lodging discounts and even a wine tasting.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Blueridge Parkway 75 Symposium

April 22-24, Appalachian State University, Boone North Carolina. First of a two-part conversation about the Parkway's past and future, "Imagining the Blue Ridge Parkway for the 21st Century: History, Scenery, Conservation, and Community". Presentations, film, living history, and music offer an exploration of Parkway history and culture as well as its economic and environmental impact on the region and nation. Registration deadline is April 9. Click for details...

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Season Tickets now on sale at Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center

Stecoah Valley Cultural Arts Center, 121 Schoolhouse Road Stecoah (Robbinsville), North Carolina. Tickets are now available online for  this year's summer music series, June 26 - August 28. Individual performance tickets will be sold beginning June 1. Select your favorite seats for the entire season and place your order securely now while saving 20% off standard ticket price. The series takes place each Saturday in the Center's newly-renovated, 300-seat air-conditioned auditorium. This year's schedule includes a variety of bluegrass, folk and old-time mountain music by award-winning artists.

Elk Trip has a few spaces left

March 16 and March 25, noon - 7:30 PM, WNC Nature Center, Asheville North Carolina. Join Nature Center staff for a presentation on elk ecology and biology followed by a bus trip to Cataloochee Valley in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to view the elk. $20 per person ($18 /person for Friends members and Asheville City residents). Reservations required to Keith Mastin, Education Curator, at (828) 298-5600 ext. 305.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

St Patricks Day Dining and Entertainment

March 17, THE BACK ROOM RESTAURANT AT THE FLAT ROCK WINE SHOPPE  Flat Rock / Hendersonville North Carolina. Come celebrate "the Luck of the Irish" with us. The festivities start at 5PM with Irish Music, Irish Cuisine (Bangers & Mash, Guinness Stew, Bailey's Chocolate Mousse Pie and more - see the menu). No cover charge.

Competition Calls for Youth Heritage Talent

Applications are now being accepted for participants in the Mountain Youth Talent Contest. The Contest is produced by Catch the Spirit of Appalachia, an organization dedicated to preserving local mountain heritage. The contest categories include: Vocals, Instrumental, Dance, Poetry/Prose/Storytelling. Entry forms are available at the Jackson County Recreation Center, the Jackson County Chamber of Commerce and online at  or by calling 828-631-4587. There is no entry charge.

The contest will take place on April 24 during Sylva's Annual Greening Up the Mountains Festival.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Discount Tickets- Harlem Globtrotters in Boone

March 16, 7PM, The Holmes Center, Boone North Carolina.  The Harlem Globetrotters are bringing their 2010 “Bringing Families Together” World Tour to the High Country. Get discounts on tickets for up to $7 with this special offer. The Globetrotters showcase a captivating assortment of trick shots, high-flying dunks, and ball handling wizardry...with a side-splitting array of comedy guaranteed to entertain both the young and the young at heart.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

March 15 Deadline for Pre-season Rafting Rates

USA Raft - Mountain Adventure Guides. Reserve your whitewater rafting trip soon to take advantage of our best rates of the year! Pre-Season Rates are only available until March 15th. Deposits are just $5 for 1/2 day trips and $10 for full day trips when booking over the phone by calling 1-866-USA-Raft.

The same great rates are available on our secure online reservation system. Payment must be made in full when booking online. Unsure of your actual rafting time and date? That's okay. We allow you flexibility in changing your dates!

More Local Give-aways from John C Campbell Folk School

John C. Campbell Folk School, One Folk School Road, Brasstown North Carolina.  Free classes (local giveaways) are occasionally available from the Folk School for local students. Check the site for qualifying details. Local Giveaways currently Available:
Week of March 21-27  (Scandinavian Heritage Week)
Paper Arts: Paper Cutting- An Intricate Art
2 spaces available
Week of March 21-27  (Scandinavian Heritage Week)
Felt Making: Traditional Feltmaking for Wearables
2 spaces available
Week of March 21-27   (Scandinavian Heritage Week)
Needle Work and Thread Art: Beginning Hedebosøm and Hardangersøm
2 spaces available
Week of March 28-April 3   Kaleidoscopes: Travel into the World of Kaleidoscopes
2 spaces available
Week of March 28-April 3   Painting: Exploring Egg Tempera
2 spaces available

Monday, March 8, 2010

Leaping Lizzards!

March 13, 10:30AM, The Folk Art Center, Milepost 382, Asheville North Carolina. SALAMANDERS AND THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIANS: Why are the Southern Appalachians the Epicenter of Salamander Diversity? A talk by Patrick Brannon, Supervisor, Highlands Biological Station, and Joe Pechmann, Professor of Biology, Western Carolina University. Sponsored by the Friends of the WNC Nature Center. Free to Friends members and suggested donation of $5 for others. RSVPs recommended by e-mailing  or calling 828-298-5600 ext. 308 with the number and names of people attending.

U.S. SBA Offering 4% loans for Rock-Slide Affected Businesses

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is taking applications for emergency loans from business in Haywood and adjacent counties until Aug. 24. The SBA has taken 62 requests related to the rock slide, but has granted only 14 loans, which total $1.4 million. Loans for businesses have a 4 percent interest rate with a maximum loan amount of 2 million. The loans can be repaid over 30 years, maximum, although SBA sets the repayment timeframe depending on a business' ability to pay. Businesses must meet credit requirements  To apply, call (800) 659-2955 or go to and follow the links for disaster assistance.

This Week's "Simple Suppers" in Franklin

March 8 - 12, Jer's Kitchen,  Whistle Stop Mall, Franklin North Carolina. 
White Lasagne with chicken, ricotta, cauliflower, Parmesan and any other white things Jerri decides to add. It will be delicious!
Quiche - mixed vegetables..broccoli, zucchini, spinach and 3 cheeses
serving 2-$12.95, serving 4-$24.00
You can also add salad and bread. We usually have bread pudding for dessert and this week Jerri has made a wonderfully light Raspberry Mousse with fresh raspberry sauce and berries.

Call in before noon for same day pick-up, don't email your order, and if you leave a phone message, be sure to leave a contact number. 828-524-1960

Ashe County Celebrates Small Businesses

March 16, Hensley Hall, West Jefferson Methodist Church, 107 W 2nd Stree, West Jeffrson North Carolina. Ashe County Chamber's Small Business of the year Award Luncheon with speaker Dr. Travis L. Reeves, Superintendent of Ashe County Schools. Registration is at 11:30AM and Buffet will be served at noon. Sponsored by Blueridge Electric Member Corp. $12 per person. Please RSVP by March 12 to 336-846-9550 or

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Parkway Playhouse Auditions for 2010 Season

Parkway Playhouse, Burnsville North Carolina. The Playhouse is seeking performers for the casts of 5 productions- 3 musicals, 2 plays for the 2010 Season. The Parkway Playhouse is a “teaching theatre” that utilizes a small corps of professional actors, pre-professional college students, as well as people from the WNC community who have a passion for theatre.

For information on Audition and production dates, audition procedures, casting requirements, and roles available please Click HERE. Actors should bring a copy of their headshot and resume if they have one.

Folkestone Inn in Bryson CIty March Special 50% Off

FOLKESTONE INN  101 Folkestone Road Bryson City North Carolina. Take advantage of our March Special by booking 2 nights and get 50% OFF the second night. MOUNTAIN VIEW. Soft drinks, snacks & cookies all day. Guest computer in library. Wireless, full gourmet breakfast each day. Our Smoky Mountain Bed and Breakfast is filled with old fashioned charm and modern amenities. Open year 'round, private balconies and mountain vistas.

March is a wonderful beginning to spring in the mountains as nature renews itself. Sharp-lobed hepatica, bloodroot, spring beauty, trout lily, early meadow rue and jack-in-pulpit start to bloom in the milder weather. Redbud and serviceberry trees line Little River Road with their cheery colors. The Louisiana waterthrush, black and white warblers, and the black-throated green warblers return to the park Park while elk shed their antlers. River otter pups are born and bears emerge from their winter dens... Come see for yourself!

Mountain Inn Presents Nashville Song Writers in the Round

March 20, Balsalm Mountain Inn, 68 Seven Springs Drive, Balsalm North Carolina. Show - Buffet and special room rates. Bill LaBounty - Bobby Tomberlin - Candi Carpenter. Theater-in-the-Round. Close - up and intimate, experience the artistry and skill of music at its finest. The Balsalm Mountain Inn is an authentic 100 plus year old wooden Inn and one of the South's few remaining grand old inns. The Inn offers 50 rooms and suites with unique decor and vintage furniture and is located just off the Parkway in between Waynesville and Sylva.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Governor Purdue Visits the High Country

March 8, 1PM, Watauga County Commissioners Board Room, Administration Building, 814 West King Street, Boone North Carolina. The Boone Area Chamber of Commerce, Blowing Rock Chamber of Commerce  and Ashe County Chamber of Commerce will welcome Governor Bev Perdue to the High Country. Governor Perdue will address the Chambers of Commerce and the High Country business community.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Hot Music for Cold Nights from the Purple Onion

This week' music at the Purple Onion, 16 Main Street, Saluda North Carolina:
MARCH 4 – BRIAN ASHLEY JONES. Fabulous singer/songwriter and incredible guitarist from Nashville.
MARCH 5 – CHUCK BRODSKY. Chuck’s recent scheduled appearance was done in by the weather so we are bringing him back on a Friday for his many fans.
MARCH 6 – COSY SHERIDAN. Cosy has been here a few times over the years but not recently. If you have not heard her, you should be here. She is terrific.

The Purple Onion features a number of ethnically and regionally inspired dishes with an emphasis on Mediterranean healthy, fresh style.

High Country Family Business Forum

March 10,  The Evergreen Room at Chetola Resort in Blowing Rock North Carolina. Sponsored by Boone Area Chamber of Commerce and The Walker College of Business - Strategic Planning: One Size Does Not Fit All by Ann Dugan. This program offers a hands-on entrepreneurial approach to the planning needs of the 1st generation firm as well as the multi-generational conglomerate. Attend with your family and enter this program with lots of ideas about the future. Leave with a plan that will focus the family and the business on what the art of the possible is really about!  264-2225 or

I-40 Rockslide Closure Repairs Nearing Completion

The N.C. Dept. of Transportation (NCDOT) is anticipating a late April re-opening of I-40, weather permitting. The original contract called for the work to be completed in March, but harsh winter weather has delayed the work. Additional work is being done along the affected corridor to stabilize five other sites.

For access to NCDOT's complete release and daily I-40 rockslide updates, visit the NCDOT Web site at and click on the I-40 rockslide daily news and information section, or follow work on the rockslide project on Twitter.

Mountain Lovers, Art Lovers and now Beer Lovers?

Asheville North Carolina is many things to many people. It has always been a special place for those who love the mountains. A continually growing art community has Asheville ranked 13th in the nation for number of Art Galleries per capita. And in the last few years Asheville has been brewing up yet another speciality appreciated by locals and visitors alike. On February 26, a national travel Blog, cited the "24 greatest cities in the world for drinking beer". And right there among brew giants like Dublin Ireland and Munich Germany was Asheville North Carolina! In 2009 Asheville edged out Portland Oregon for the "Beer City USA" title. Asheville now has one brewery for every 10,000 residents and hosts a variety of sudsey events including the annual Brewgrass Festival, Asheville Octoberfest,  and Winter WarmerRead more about Asheville area breweries....

Strik Up the Band!

March 6, 7:30 PM, Blue Ridge Community College Conference Hall, Hendersonville North Carolina. Featured Soloist 2010 Young Artist Winner Kyle Decker performing  Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue. Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra features a 70-piece professional orchestra performing music from Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, and Strauss.

Wine Tasting in Flat Rock

March 5, 5PM-7PM, The Flat Rock Wine Shoppe and Back Room Restaurant, 2702 Greenville hwy, Flat Rock North Carolina. Come enjoy a Winter Wine Tasting with live music from Ellen Trnka and delectable Hors d'ourves by Ally.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Up to 50% off Hand-crafted products - Shop Online!

Home of the Perfect Christmas Tree, 262 Oak Street, Spruce Pine North Carolina.
50% Sale on Logo Apparel Continues:
The BIG 50% off Sale continues at the Home of the Perfect Christmas Tree Store on all logo apparel. From fleece vests to sweatshirts, from baseball caps to aprons, there is something for everyone at a great price! (Prices online reflect 50% off sale).  Help the Home of the Perfect Christmas Tree Store during our slow winter months by grabbing some of this great apparel at a great price!  Click Here to Visit Our Logo Apparel online

More Products Now On Sale 50% Off!
Don't Miss This Great Deal on Denim Purses and Totes by Linn Hise. These great bags can be used for school, diaper bags, travel totes and more! They are wonderful gifts and the variety of sizes available make it possible to create a great gift set. Click Here to see all Denim Totes! Prices are already reduced 50%.

Yadkin Valley Vinyard offers Music and Wine on Saturday

March 6, 12PM-6PM,  RagApple Lassie Vineyards, 3724 Ragapple Lassie Lane, Boonville North Carolina. This Saturday welcomes The Claire Culbreath Duo, featuring Claire Culbreath vocals/keyboard, and John Brandon on guitar, playing a smooth blend of 70's pop, jazz standards, original music, and a little country! Enjoy the music while sampling RagApple Lassie's awesome wines.

PLUS, this is the kick-off for the second round of competition to search out the winning 'Titilatte Mixologist' (thanks to Mother Nature's gift of snow the whole month of January) so, come join the fun. The rules are the same and complete details are on our website:   (under events)