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Published Monday, October 10, 2016 at 10:00 am

Weekly Events at Lost Province Brewing Co.

Monday October 10

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

 

Tuesday October 11

5pm-Get Lost for a Cause with Oasis featuring Live Music with Alexa Rose.

Lost Province will be donating 10% of sales from the entire day on October 11th so come show your support and help out this wonderful community resource.
OASIS (Opposing Abuse with Service, Information, and Shelter) is a private, 501(c)3 non-profit organization serving survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in Watauga, Avery & surrounding counties. OASIS also provides advocacy for victims of sexual assault. We are available to offer support to clients while in the hospital during and after physical examinations and provide referrals to any appropriate agencies or organizations. In addition, OASIS provides clothing to the victims who may have had theirs taken as evidence.

Alexa Rose hails from southwestern Virginia, where she spent her formative years writing songs about bears in her bedroom window and yodeling from the top of her parents’ mountain home. Her music is rootsy and alternative folk, with just a dash of those old, haunted country songs thrown in. Since 2013, Rose has called the Carolina mountains home. These days, you can find her playing shows in many of the music hubs of Appalachia, often sporting her trusty, dusty Frye boots and blue electric guitar, affectionately called “Fruit Loop.” Her most recent project, released in April 2016, was recorded in Mountain City.
Wednesday October 12

8pm-Close App State vs Lafayette: 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 October 13

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

7:30pm-10:30pm Live Music: Fireside Collective. Asheville, NC based newgrass band Fireside Collective is a group of folk music enthusiasts who blend elements of traditional bluegrass and American roots music with modern acoustic arrangements. With an energetic live show, the band presents finely crafted original music infused with impeccable solos and tight harmonies. Captivating listeners with songs centered around change, relationships, and being on the road, they transition smoothly between danceable bluegrass numbers and passionate folk ballads. With mandolin, fiddle, Dobro, and acoustic guitar layered eloquently on top of rock solid stand-up bass, the band has quickly made a name for themselves as a must-see progressive acoustic ensemble.

 

Friday October 14

7:30pm-Closing Live Music: Maureen Renihan Jazz Trio. Maureen Renihan is a Boone based vocalist performing throughout the high country, piedmont and foothill regions of North Carolina. Influenced by great icons such as Billie Holiday, Judy Garland, and Ella Fitzgerald, Maureen sets a nostalgic tone with her soothing vocals and sincere delivery. With an ever expanding repertoire and theatrical background of over twenty years, Maureen possesses the creativity and versatility to delight audiences of all ages. Accompanied by some of the finest jazz musicians in the region, Maureen Renihan & Friends perform classic jazz standards, familiar show tunes, and jazz interpretations of popular music.

 

 

 

Saturday October 15

7:30pm-Closing Live Music: Holden Bare. Holden Bare has been creating good times for over 3 decades playing the music you remember. His one-man show can transport you back to the 60’s and 70’s with songs from your favorite artists that will always touch you. Holden’s vocals, along with either piano or guitar, can add just the right touch to make your dining experience a memorable one. Years of entertaining coupled with an extensive song list will ensure that you will have a good time with plenty of smiles and memories to take with you.

 

Sunday October 16

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

Grandfather Mountain Hosts Sunset, Sunrise Opportunities

 With autumn in full swing, Grandfather Mountain is offering guests the chance to see fall color in a different light — literally.

For four dates in October, the Linville, N.C.-based nature preserve and travel attraction will host sunrise and sunset opportunities, allowing guests to witness the splendor of the day’s beginning or end from the High Country’s highest peak.

Sunset opportunities will take place Thursdays, Oct. 13 and 20, while sunrise opportunities will be held Tuesdays, Oct. 18 and 25.

“Autumn is one of the best times to visit Grandfather Mountain,” said Frank Ruggiero, director of marketing and communications for the Grandfather Mountain Stewardship Foundation, the nonprofit organization that oversees the park. “The colors are bountiful, the air is crisp, and the sunrises and sunsets are nothing short of magnificent.”

All events are weather-dependent and may be cancelled with short notice in case of inclement weather conditions.

Admission to either of these special after-hours events is $10 per person ($5 for Bridge Club members) and is limited to the first 30 registrants. To register, email [email protected], or call (828) 733-2013 during business hours (Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.).

Since temperatures are significantly lower on Grandfather Mountain, especially at dusk and dawn, participants should wear warm clothes, as well as rubber-soled shoes, since some surfaces can be rugged and slick. Guests are also encouraged to bring a flashlight.

North Carolina Native Plant Society to Meet Oct. 12

It’s that time for our monthly meeting soon. It will be onWednesday October 12th (Second Wednesday) at the Holiday Inn Express in Boone.
We will have a presentation for this meeting by Phyllis Stiles, Founder & Director of Bee City USA and Bee Campus USA. She will talk about the two organizations and introduce us to the various pollinators with a special emphasis on their habitat needs. It should be a very informative meeting that applies to all us native plant plant enthusiasts.

  As usual the meeting room will open at 6:30 with the meeting starting promptly at 7:00. Looking forward to seeing everyone for what promises to be a wonderful program.

Regards,
Mark Rose, Chapter Chairman

Steinbeck and Bartlett in Concert at Chapel of Rest Oct. 16

Kate Steinbeck (flute) of Asheville and Jacquelyn Bartlett (harp)of Chapel Hill will return to perform

at the Chapel of Rest on Sunday, October 16 at 4pm . The public is cordially invited to attend.

Iconic North Carolina harpist Jacquelyn Bartlett will join flutist Kate Steinbeck in performing music of Romantic French composer Gabriel Faure, Americans Lowell Liebermann and Alan Hovhaness, as well as Brazilian master Osvaldo LaCerda and Polish original Witold Lutoslawski. Both Jacquelyn and Kate have performed previously at the Chapel of Rest with the Keowee Trio in spring, 2010, and Kate also played with the “Acoustic Dessert” chamber music trio in the fall of 2008.

A champion of chamber music, Ms. Bartlett has worked with some of this generation’s most well-known composers, including George Crumb, Alberto Ginastera, Dan Locklair and George Rochberg, and she continues to bring new compositions to the concert stage. She currently is a member of the Artist Faculties of the UNC School of the Arts.

Flutist Kate Steinbeck created and directs Pan Harmonia, an independent chamber music company now in its 17th season, based in Asheville, NC. Pan Harmonia ffers a mosaic of concerts, educational and community outreach, and brings professional chamber music performances to audiences of all ages in diverse settings ranging from traditional concert halls to homeless shelters and prisons.

The concert will be followed by a reception with the musicians. Admission is $15, and tickets will be available at the door, beginning at 3 pm. The Chapel of Rest is located nine miles north of Lenoir on Highway 268, adjacent to the campus of the Patterson School. For more information about the musicians, please visit www.chapelofrest.org / concerts, or call 828 / 758-0906.

Mast General Store to Host Lunch and Learn with Dr. Nate Regier on Oct. 20: “Conflict without Casualties”

WHAT: Mast General is hosting a lunch and learn featuring Dr. Nate Regier, co-founding owner and chief executive officer of Next Element, a global advisory firm specializing in building cultures of compassionate accountability.

The event is sponsored by Mast General, the Boone Chamber of Commerce, Mary McKinney LMFT, Fairfield Inn & Suites, and High Country United Church of Christ.

In his presentation, “Conflict Without Casualties: Building Cultures of Compassionate Accountability,” Regier will share how leaders and organizations can adapt to change by practicing compassion.

A former practicing psychologist, Dr. Regier is an expert in social-emotional intelligence and leadership, positive conflict, communication, coaching, organizational development, team building and change management.

WHERE: Fairway Cafe, Boone Golf Course, 433 Fairway Drive, Boone, NC, 28607

WHEN: Thursday, October 20, 12-1:30pm.

HOW: Please register online by Oct. 24 here.. Price is $15 for lunch and the presentation.

BACKGROUND: Albert Einstein said, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over, expecting different results.” Drawing from his just-released book,Conflict Without Casualties, Regier will compare the rise and fall of human civilization with the life cycle of an organization.

“When we stay in one place too long, struggling against one another to resist change, things begin to fall apart. When we choose negative conflict, we participate in our own demise by failing to respond to a changing world. There comes a point where course corrections are no longer an option, where the point of no return has come and gone and we’ve doomed ourselves to extinction,” he said.

In this session, Regier will demonstrate how to apply Next Element’s Compassion Cycle of openness, resourcefulness, and persistence to participants’ organization, so they can be perpetually moving, searching, effective, and adaptive instead of risking extinction by doing the same things and expecting different results.

“This session will affirm the positive potential in human beings, and reveal a road map for recognizing where we are and what to do next.”

Regier’s new book, Conflict Without Casualties: A Field Guide for Leading With Compassionate Accountability, will be available for purchase and signing.

WHO: Dr. Nate Regier is the co-founding owner and chief executive officer ofNext Element, a global advisory firm specializing in building cultures of compassionate accountability. A former practicing psychologist, Regier is an expert in social-emotional intelligence and leadership, positive conflict, mind-body-spirit health, neuropsychology, group dynamics, interpersonal and leadership communication, executive assessment and coaching, organizational development, team building and change management. An international adviser, he is a certified Leading Out of Drama master trainer, Process Communication Model® certifying master trainer and co-developer of Next Element’s Leading Out of Drama® training and coaching. Nate has published two books: Beyond Drama and his latest work, Conflict Without Casualties.

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