Today’s Email Announcements

Published Monday, January 16, 2017 at 10:30 am

Family Continues Search for Missing Golden Retriever

Our Beloved Family Pet (Summer) went missing from Boone, NC on March 11th 2016?

Long red hair // white patch on chest // black “S” tattoo on belly (50-60 lbs)

Golden color eyes // brown nose

She is extremely shy, so please do not call or chase. If you are able, please snap a picture if you see her and call or text Lucy 931-808-7477 or Pat 704-577-6464. She went missing from Boone, NC on March 11th 2016, but could be anywhere by now.unnamed

Republican Women to Meet Jan. 25 at Sagebrush

The Watauga County Republican Women’s Club (WCRWC) will have its next monthly meeting onWednesday, January 25th at the Sagebrush Steakhouse in Boone, NC. The meeting will begin at noon. All interested in furthering the Republican cause in The High Country are welcome to attend and are invited to join. Call 828-295-9020 for more information. The WCRWC meets the last Wednesday of each month. There will be no meeting if Watauga County schools are closed due to weather.

Weekly Events at Lost Province Brewing Company

January 16, 2017-January 22, 2017

Short List

Wednesday, 1/18/17- Trivia at 7pm.

Thursday, 1/19/17-$3 Thirsty Thursday and College Night featuring Live Music with Dane Page.

Friday, 1/20/17-Live Music: Lucky Strikes at 7:30pm.

Saturday, 1/21/17-Live Music: Jacob Johnson Band at 7:30pm.

Tuesday, 1/24/17-Cheap Date Night and A Movie. A salad, pizza and two pints for $25. Hot Dog the Movie, is free!

Wednesday, 1/25/17-Trivia at 7pm.

Thursday, 1/26/17-$3 Thirsty Thursday and College Night featuring Live Music with Robbie Neeb.

Friday, 1/27/17-Live Music: MaisCéu at 7:30pm.

Saturday, 1/28/17-Live Music: Face the Music at 7:30pm.

Monday January 16

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

 

Wednesday January 18

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 January 19

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

7:30-Closing Live Music: Dane Page. Dane Page has been playing music professionally for 4 years in bars/coffee shops/breweries and wherever else in the Charlotte and Boone area, but calls the Carolina Piedmont his home. He started playing guitar in 7th grade wanting to be Jimmy Page, and still does, but music has lead him to many different genres of music, and most recently, songwriting. His songwriting influences range from modern song writers (Amos Lee, Josh Ritter, Gregory Alan Isakov, Justin Townes Earle) to classic song writers (Merle Haggard, Hall & Oates, Woody Guthrie, Paul Simon).

 

Friday January 20

7:30pm-Closing Live Music: Lucky Strikes. From classic jazz standards made popular today by artists such as Diana Krall and Tony Bennett, to timeless hits from the 50s, 60s and 70s, The Lucky Strikes’ musical repertoire spans over four decades.

 

Saturday January 21

7:30-Closing Live Music: Jacob Johnson Band. Hailing from the humble town of Granite Falls, North Carolina, The Jacob Johnson Band is a three-piece blues experience suited for a stadium, able to be professionally condensed to the size of your local bar or any place where live music can be found. With a rock steady rhythm section as his foundation, Jacob Johnson’s leads soar into the stratosphere with sonic influences from Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Freddie King, and many more. With vocals ranging from the howls of a hurt man, to the love struck crooning of Elvis, everyone will find the blues lover in themselves.

 

Sunday January 22

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

GriefShare at Mt. Vernon Baptist Church Feb. 1 – May 3

Mount Vernon Baptist Church hosts GriefShare, 
a grief support group on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm.
The Spring 2017 session runs 
FEB 1 – MAY 3
New members are welcome and may join at anytime!
MVBC Minister of Education and Administration, Rev. Bud Russell, a seasoned GriefShare facilitator, leads this group. 

For more information check out
griefshare.org/findagroup
or call our office 828.266.9700.

ScaleUp WNC Info Session Jan. 17

Take your business to the next level in 2017! Apply now for the 2017 ScaleUp WNC program

Up to 30 high-potential small businesses from across WNC will be accepted; Deadline to apply is January 29
Starting a business is hard work. Scaling a business is equally hard, and often requires different strategy and skills than used in the startup phase. The ScaleUp WNC program works with existing entrepreneurs and small businesses owners from across WNC that have demonstrated initial success and have potential for significant growth.
Using a cohort based approach, with 15 businesses accepted into each group, ScaleUp WNC provides mentorship, management training, growth capital connections and other critical resources to help companies achieve sustained growth and contribute to the small business-led economic development of our WNC communities.
Mountain BizWorks is now accepting applications for the 2017 ScaleUp WNC program. The deadline to apply is January 29. Visit ScaleUpWNC.com for full program details and to apply.

This Week at BRAHM

Coffee with a Curator

Tuesday, Jan 17, 11am
Take a walk through the galleries with the Curator and get a behind-the-scenes look into our exhibit of Elliott Daingerfeilds. Afterward, guests are invited to converse and pose questions while enjoying complimentary cookies (courtesy of Appalachia Cookie Company) and coffee with the Curator at the Museum.

Free for Members, Regular admission for Non-members

TACTalks: Why is Everyman Jack Important to All of Us?

Thursday, Jan 19, 6pm
Join renowned author/Illustrator Gail Haley to discuss “Jack” as an archetype, and how far reaching his importance is to the English speaking World. Learn how his image as Jack and the Bean Tree came down to us through Vikings who intermarried with English and Scottish women, and through them to modern English and American audiences. Twenty-four of these stories were preserved in the oral tradition of the mountains for over two hundred years.

Free for Members, $5 for Non-members

January Old Time Dance

Friday, Jan 20, 7:30pm
Come in out of the winter and shake a leg with the fun and comradery of old-time dance: circles, squares, and lines! Absolutely NO experience is necessary and people of all ages are welcome. Dance instructions will be given by experienced callers and live music will be provided by Strictly Strings!

Admission is $5 per person, free for children 12 and under.

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