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Today’s Email Announcements

CCC&TI Announces Spring Semester Registration

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute has announced that registration for new students for the Spring 2017 semester begins Nov. 17 on both campuses. Students can begin the process today of applying and meeting with an advisor to ensure early registration for spring courses.

Final registration for all students will be held on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017. Spring semester classes begin Monday, Jan. 9, 2017.

For more information, call 828.726.2200 for the Caldwell Campus or 828.297.3811 for the Watauga Campus.

Program at the Library: Understanding Your Credit

Audience: Adults (18+)
Location: Hospitality House of Boone, 338 Brook Hollow Rd, Boone, NC 28607

The Watauga County Public Library, O.A.S.I.S., and Hospitality House would like to invite you to join us for another installment in a series of financial literacy workshops for adults on December 2nd from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm at the Hospitality House of Boone, 338 Brook Hollow Rd, Boone, NC 28607.

Presenter: Bryan Bouboulis, Professor, Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University.

This workshop will be on credit. Specifically, we will focus on credit basics such as what a credit score is and how to get yours as well as what a credit report tells landlords and employers.

To RSVP or for more information please call: (828) 264-1237 ext. 114.

Check out our Libguide at: http://arlibrary.beta.libguides.com/smart_investing/

The Aviatrix: Fly Like a Girl, for the Holidays

Village of Sugar Mountain, North Carolina – Monday, November 14, 2016 The Aviatrix: Fly Like a Girl, written by Kimberley Jochl is a soulful gift for the holidays or any occasion.

“For all her accomplishments in international ski racing, Jochl writes in captivating detail her conquest over fear and self-doubt learning to fly in her first self-published work, The Aviatrix. If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to fly (and who hasn’t imagined that), the first-time author takes the reader along with her as she earns her private pilot certificate. Jochl’s first-person narrative delivers a candid view into her heart and soul as she faces the sometimes comical, and sometimes terrifying realities of taking to the skies alone. The Aviatrix is a quick and easy read and a light-hearted look at the business of learning to fly small air-planes.” Carolina Mountain Life Autumn 2016.

You can find The Aviatrix in time for this holiday season online from AmazonBarnes & Noble, Aircraft Spruce, and Pilot Shop. You’ll also find it in several brick and mortar locations throughout the southeast like Barnes & Noble Asheville Mall, Johnson City, and Buckhead Atlanta, Fred’s General Mercantile, The Elizabethton Municipal Airport, Tri-City Aviation, the Appalachian State University Bookstore, Lees McRae College Bookstore, Grandfather Mountain Nature Museum, Reid’s Café, Footsloggers,Lowes Foods – Banner Elk, Alpine Ski Center, and Sugar Mountain Sports Shop.

Look for Kim’s second book, a memoir, to be published in early 2017. For more information browse through www.kimberleyjochl.com.

Weekly Events at Lost Province Brewing Co.

Monday November 14

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


Tuesday November 15

5pm-Close. Get Lost for a Cause with The Women’s Fund of the Blue Ridge. Featuring Live Music with Earleine.

The WFBR funds local non-profit programs that affect positive change to women’s financial, professional, and personal conditions, serve marginalized populations, use innovative techniques to help women and girls reach their full potential, and affect social change in the pursuit of fairness and justice.

Earleine- Inspired by indie Americana bands such as First Aid Kit, and Shovels and Rope her music displays influences from many musical genres, combining Country, Folk, Bluegrass, Pop, and Rock into an alluring dynamic sound.


Wednesday November 16

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 November 17

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

7:30-Close Live Music: Clairice. Claire Brown, better known for her stage name Clairice, is a 20-year-old singer/songwriter from North Carolina, who has been writing and performing since the age of 14. She played at the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival for 5 years in a row. Her three songs “Love Is Stupid,” “My Demon,” and “Easy,” were published in the Spring 2016 issue of The Peel. She has also played in restaurants and bars, including Town Tavern of Blowing Rock. Her influences range from the likes of Ed Sheeran to Pat Benatar, and her songs are often a mix of the genres of rock and pop.


Friday November 18

7:30pm-Closing Live Music: Redleg Husky. Redleg Husky is an acoustic roots duo based in Asheville, North Carolina. Since its inception in 2012, the band has been performing its unique blend of boot-stomping folk music at barrooms, theaters, and festivals throughout the Southeast and beyond. The group has released two recordings in that time, its self-titled 2013 EP, and its full-length debut, Carolina, recorded at Wild Chorus Studios in Knoxville, TN by Scott Minor and released in 2014.


Saturday November 19

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 November 20

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