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Published Monday, May 16, 2016 at 10:02 am

Weekly Events at Lost Province Brewing Co.

Monday May 16

Family Night-Buy any regularly priced pizza and receive one free kid’s meal.

Tuesday May17

Get Lost for A Cause with Blue Ridge Conservancy

Enjoy lunch, dinner, and/or a few pints of Lost Province brews on Tuesday, May 17th to support Blue Ridge Conservancy. Lost Province Brewing Company will be donating 10% of sales from that day towards BRC conservation projects in the High Country. We are a private, non-profit, non-governmental organization incorporated in North Carolina. Since our founding, we have protected over 18,000 acres in Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Mitchell, Watauga, Wilkes and Yancey Counties. In addition to protecting working farmland, BRC’s efforts have resulted in the creation of state natural areas like Beech Creek Bog, Bear Paw and Bullhead Mountain. We continue to help Elk Knob State park expand its borders and in 2008 we led the way in establishing a 2,000-acre State Game Land preserve on Pond Mountain in Ashe County.

Oyster Roast. $12 gets you a bucket of one dozen oysters and house made saltine crackers. Featuring oysters from Bodie Island, NC.

Wednesday May 18

½ Off Beer and Wine Specials.

7pm-9pm Trivia Night: Beginning at 7pm, Lost Province will be hosting Trivia Night. Compete on your own or on a team! The competition gets started at 7pm so come a little early for a pizza and a pint and get your seat!

Thursday May 19

$3.00 Thursday-$3.00 pints on all Lost Province brewed beers (except high gravity).

College Night 7:30pm-Live Music with Tom Pillion. Tom Pillion has been playing guitar, singing and songwriting since 11th grade. He grew up on ’50’s/60’s rock, but began playing mostly folk music. In addition to high school and college events, he performed in coffee houses in Hartford CT, Springfield MA, and Cambridge, MA. Tom also played in rock bands during college and in the US Navy. Tom retired from his Navy career in Jan 2014 and moved to Banner Elk, NC. He now plays a mix of acoustic pop, folk, country, and original material at local venues.

Friday May 20

7:30pm-Closing Live Music: Tin Can Alley. Classic soul and R&B from the 1960’s brought to you by Tin Can Alley. Tin Can Alley was formed in 2006 as a way to deliver the lyrical power and driving rhythms of the classic soul, R&B, and rock of the 60’s to smaller venues. By toning down percussion, using a dog house bass, and focusing on the wonderful vocal harmonies found in the songs released by Motown, Stax-Volt, and Atco-Atlantic, the Cans have developed a loyal following throughout Piedmont and Western NC. Recently this multi-talented trio has added more percussion for larger venues and continues to perform the music of Marvin Gaye, James Brown, The Beatles, The Coasters, and The Drifters as well as more contemporary artists Steve Winwood, Delbert McClinton, and Steely Dan at festivals, clubs, restaurants, breweries, and wineries in the region.

Saturday May 21

7:30pm-Closing Live Music: Folk and Dagger. Folk and Dagger are a folk rock group from Boone, NC, whose original trio formed in 2007. The band includes singer-songwriter Doris Bazzini Crothers on rhythm guitar and vocals, Colin Crothers on lead guitar, and Colleen Tarantino Utter on vocals. Originally singing as a church choir group, the band was joined by Charlie Ochoa and then Jimmy Puchalski on percussion. More recently, the foursome includes Boone native, John Fulkerson on djembe, shaker, and tambourine. The band’s soulful harmonies and Crothers’ acoustic lead guitar style have been likened to “Indigo Girls meet the Beatles.” Bazzini Crothers’ songs focus on love and life’s dramas including annoying co-workers, juggling marriage and children, and the occasional need to carry whiskey in one’s purse.

Sunday May 22

Lost Province Sunday: Residents of “The Lost Province” (Watauga, Ashe, Avery and Alleghany) receive 10% off food with verification of residency.

Western Square Dancing at Linville Land Harbor

Linville Land Harbor Recreation Center 20 Linville Harbor Pkwy, Newland, 
NC 28657
Plus Dancing with announced advancde by National Callers on Sundays. 
Schedule: 1:30-2:00PM advanced 2:00-4:00PM plus. Dress is square dance 
attire or dressy casual. May 22nd and May 29th Ron Libby, Land Harbor  
June 5th Mike Sikorsky, Mesa, AZ.
Linville Land Harbor Advanced Dancing from June 1st until late 
September. Dress is casual.
Every Monday starting June 6th 7-9PM Jerry Biggerstaff, Marion, NC Every 
Weds starting June 1st 7-9PM Ron Libby, Land Harbor

Sign the Kids Up for Camp Buckeye at Beech

CAMP BUCKEYE
Presented by Beech Mountain Parks and Recreation Department
 
Beech Mountain, NC, May 4, 2016- Are you ready for summer? Here at Camp
Buckeye we are more than ready to accommodate your child’s needs for outdoor activity and education. Camp Buckeye is an outdoor adventure camp that focuses on outdoor education, and utilizing all of the resources the high country has to offer in an exciting and fun way. Campers will participate in a variety of activities such as: sailing, fishing, climbing, camp fire cooking, biking, orienteering, and much more! Come see why Camp Buckeye on Beech Mountain is a great way to spend your summer.
“We’re really excited to implement an assortment of new
recreational activities and field trips for our campers!” –
David Putnam, Recreation Coordinator
Camp Buckeye offers two separate summer camp programs. Our standard camp
is for ages 5-12 ($30 per day or $125/week). The second is our new and exciting Junior Counselor Leadership Program for ages 13-16 ($50/week). J.C.L.P. is designed to give our campers more opportunities that involve responsibility and community outreach. These campers also collect volunteer hours for required clubs and extracurricular organizations! Both camps operate 9:00AM to 3:00PM Mondaythrough Friday, starting June 20th and ending July 29th.
For more information and a weekly itinerary, please visit http://beechrecreation.org/family-fun/summer-camp/

Mountain Laurel Quilt Guild to Meet June 2

The Mountain Laurel Quilt Guild will hold its Spring luncheon on Thursday, June 2nd, at 11:30 AM.  We will meet at the Laurel Ford Baptist Church and install our new officers.  Please bring finger food to share with the group.  We will have a trunk show for our program.  Directions: From Boone take 321 south to Aho Road and turn left.  Go 1.8 miles and turn left onto Laurel Fork Church Road (there will be a sign on the right side of the road for the church).  Go up the hill and the church will be on your left.  From the Parkway turn on Aho Road, then right onto Friendship Church Road and left on Laurel Fork Church Road.  The Church will be on your right. Call Dolores at 295-6148 for more information.

Caldwell Small Business Center Workshops

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute’s Small Business Centers in Caldwell County offers free and low-cost workshops, one-on-one assistance and many more services to help local small businesses. To reserve your seat at one of the workshops, call 828-726-2242 or visit www.cccti.edu/smallbusiness to register.

Here is a list of upcoming free workshops in Caldwell County:

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute’s Caldwell Small Business Center will offer a free workshop titled “Small Business Bootcamp” from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, May 18 at the Caldwell County Chamber of Commerce in Lenoir. This course is geared towards those wanting to start their own business and is led by local entrepreneur and former Small Business Center Director David Waechter. The workshop covers the basics of getting your business off the ground and includes information on several topics including: How to name your business and why your business name is so important, registering your business with Secretary of State, how to obtain your LLC, Sole Proprietorship, or Incorporation, how to find the proper tax forms, how to obtain your tax ID or your EIN (Employer Identification Number) from the IRS, how to set up a business checking account and credit card, how to find what licenses and permits you need to get started, renting a space, easy and cost-effective marketing, sales and service and bookkeeping. This class will be offered again on Wednesday, June 15 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Caldwell County Chamber of Commerce in Lenoir. To reserve your seat at either workshop, call 828-726-2242 or visit www.cccti.edu/smallbusiness to register.

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute’s Caldwell Small Business Center will offer a free workshop titled “Small Business Startup Series: How to Finance Your Small Business and Understand Business Finance” from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, June 9 at the Caldwell County Chamber of Commerce in Lenoir. Participants will learn the various alternatives to financing a small business and the risks involved. The seminar introduces break-even analysis as a tool to assist the entrepreneur in measuring financial feasibility. Activities identify the kinds of data needed to project the revenue, start-up and operating costs of a business. The seminar helps attendees develop an understanding of cash flow and break-even analysis and its relationship to business planning. To reserve your seat at this workshop, call 828-726-2242 or visit www.cccti.edu/smallbusiness to register.

Paws for a Cause Doggie Fun Walk and 5K June 4 in Newland

Paws for a Cause is a FUN-draiser taking place in Newland to benefit the hard work that the Avery Humane Society does every day. All proceeds go to provide necessary supplies, medicine, treatments, love and shelter for Avery County’s animals in need.

Visit https://runsignup.com/race/nc/newland/pawsforacause for more informatino or email [email protected]

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