Weekly Events at Lost Province Brewing Co.
Monday July 11
Family Night-Buy any regularly priced pizza and receive one free kid’s meal.
Tuesday July 12
Get Lost for a Cause with the Hunger and Health Coalition Summer CD Launch Party.
7pm-10pm: The mission of the HHC is to be a resource for individuals and families within our community that are struggling to provide themselves with basic needs. On Tuesday, July 12, Lost Province will be donating 10% of proceeds from the day to the Hunger & Health Coalition. Join us for an evening packed with music as the HHC launches its Summer CD. The music starts at 7pm with performances by Melissa Reaves, The Worthless Son-In-Laws and Sound Traveler.
Wednesday July 13
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 July 14
College Night and $3.00 Thursday-$3.00 pints on all Lost Province brewed beers (except high gravity).
7:30pm-10:30pm Live Music: Zach Dunham. Zach Dunham is an ASU affiliated musician who performs in local band, Arson Daily. When performing solo, Dunham ties together his influences of modern, classic, and alternative rock to produce a high energy acoustic performance that keeps your foot tapping.
Friday July 15
7:30pm-Closing Live Music: Cane Mill Road. Cane Mill Road is a youth bluegrass band from the Appalachian Mountains in Deep Gap, North Carolina. The band plays bluegrass, old-time Appalachia, newgrass, and progressive bluegrass music, but specializes in preserving the traditional bluegrass music of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Band members range in age from 13 to 18 years and include: 13-year-old Liam Purcell on vocals, fiddle, mandolin, and clawhammer banjo; 17-year-old Kinsey Greene on vocals and bass; 18-year-old Eliot Smith on guitar and mandolin; and 16-year-old Trajan Wellington on bluegrass banjo.
Saturday July 16
7:30pm-Closing Live Music: Strictly Strings. Strictly Strings is a youth band of five very talented young musicians – Anissa Burnett, Kathleen Burnett, Willow Dillon, Caleb Coatney, Liam Purcell, plus their instructor, Cecil Gurganus. They are members of the Junior Appalachian Musicians(JAM) program in Boone, North Carolina. These talented musicians have really been making a name for themselves playing Old-time and Bluegrass music delivering outstanding, lively performances. They play a variety of instruments including mandolin, banjo and fiddle.
Sunday July 17
Lost Province Sunday: Residents of “The Lost Province” (Watauga, Ashe, Avery and Alleghany) receive 10% off food with verification of residency.
July 21 Events at the Library: Third Thursday Movie, Teen Financial Literacy
Third Thursday Movie: Tea with Mussolini
July 21st, 2016 – Watauga County Public Library – Meeting Room
The Watauga County Public Library’s movie group invites you to join us for a viewing of Tea with Mussolini on July 21st from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.
Director Franco Zeffirelli’s 1999 film, Tea with Mussolini, tells the story of Luca Innocenti (born out of wedlock and not officially recognized by his father) and his struggle to assert his independence and find his way into a life of art. The coming-of-age tale is also a haunting evocation of a vanished world: that of the quiet city of Florence on the brink of World War II.
This film has an MPAA rating of PG and an approximate run-time of 117 minutes.
For more information please call (828) 264-8784 ext. 2
Teen Financial Literacy @ the Library: GAME$
July 21st, 2016 – Watauga County Public Library – Meeting Room
The Watauga County Public Library would like to invite you to join us for the next in a series of Financial Literacy Workshops for teens and young adults on July 21st
from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm.
|Presenter:||Amber Mellon, Lecturer in Mathematical Sciences at Appalachian State University.|
This month’s focus will be on Game$. Specifically, Moneytopia, an online game,
will be used as a fun tool to introduce teens to real-life applications of financial
skills. The following skills will be emphasized: budgeting, saving, smart spending,
minimizing credit card use, and establishing financial goals.
Food will be served at the event!
To RSVP or for more information please call
(828) 264-8784 ext. 2.
Business Before Hours at Boone Healing Arts Thursday, July 14
Artists Mardi Kardol, Beth Taylor at Edgewood Cottage July 14-19
Exhibiting their work at Edgewood Cottage Thursday, July 14 through Tuesday, July 19, will be guest artists, Mardi Kardol & Beth Taylor.
From Lincolnton, Kardol is drawn to paint her memories; she captures her feelings about places visited & people encountered during her many worldwide travels. Her works – realistic, abstract or a mix – are most expressive & though they tell her stories, they draw you in to create your own.
Taylor, making her home between Chapel Hill & nearby, is a fabric artist of the highest order! She creatively combines fabrics, objects & words to create colorful, thoughtful works while encouraging participation in the meditative & healing art of quilting. Her pieces are happy & soul-touching with appeal to any age & stage! In addition to her pieces, she also creates special cards embracing the same moods….
Kardol & Taylor are part of the 2016 Lowell Thomas Artists in Residence at Edgewood Cottage series this season. Their show will be open July 14-19 from 10:00AM – 6:00PM on weekdays & 12:00N – 6:00PM Sunday. The cottage is closed on Wednesday to install the next week’s show…
Randy Johnson to Talk About Grandfather Mountain Thursday at BRAHM
July 14, 2016 at 6 PM – 7 PM
Longtime Boone area writer Randy Johnson will present a talk based on his new book, Grandfather Mountain: The History and Guide to an Appalachian Icon, which UNC press is calling “the definitive book on the mountain.” Johnson was the mountain’s founding trail manager, and his 1970s hiking program kept the trails open after owner Hugh Morton had closed the backcountry due to hiker deaths. Johnson will take an unprecedented look at a mountain whose very name, he points out, “makes it a patriarch of our collective family.” Copies of Johnson’s book, Grandfather Mountain, will be available for purchase and signing.
The talk will be followed by a Q & A session and light refreshments. More information available on our website.
Western Square Dancing at Linville Land Harbor Mid to Late July
Western Square Dancing www.mountainmixers.com Linville Land Harbor Recreation Center 20 Linville Harbor Pkwy, Newland, NC 28657 Plus Dancing with announced advanced by National Callers on Sundays. Schedule: 1:30-2:00PM advanced 2:00-4:00PM plus. Dress is square dance attire or dressy casual. July 17th Jimmy Roberson, Oxford, NC; and July 24th Jack Lewis, Boynton Beach, FL and July 31st Stan Russell, Greer, SC 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