CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
MARCH 26, 2019
This year we will be honoring our local Scholars from Mountain Heritage High School at a North Carolina Scholars Luncheon at the Burnsville Town Center on May 13, 2019. We need your help again this year as we have approximately 67 students who qualify. This is the largest group of Scholars we have celebrated and we are extremely proud of our graduates for their hard work. The requirements for becoming a North Carolina Scholar are a 3.5 un-weighted GPA, College Prep Curriculum plus 2 upper level 5pt electives, 1 CTE, and 1 arts course. This is quite an achievement for these students. We have changed the event to an evening event so that the parents of these students are able to attend with the Scholars and also to make the event a more memorable one for these students. The cost to sponsor a student for the dinner is $17.00. We need your help to make this dinner a success. Can you help by sponsoring one or more students? If you wish to help, a check can be made payable to CHAMBER OF COMMERCE and mailed to 106 West Main, Burnsville, NC 28714. Contact the Chamber Office for more information at 682-7413. Thank you in advance for your contribution.
"Pennies do not come from heaven. They have to be earned here on earth." ~ Margaret Thatcher
THIS DAY IN HISTORY - 1845 - Patent awarded for adhesive medicated plaster, precursor of band-aid (arm hair hasn't been safe from destruction since that date).
And now for the news.....
NEW / RENEWING MEMBERS
We would like to extend a great, big welcome to our newest members:
BLUE RIDGE CONSERVANCY
166 Furman Road, Suite C
Boone, NC 28607
170 Reservoir Road
Burnsville, NC 28714
BURNSVILLE TOUR CO
MOUNTAIN ACOUSTICS LUTHIER INVITATIONAL
Thanks for your continued membership:
Celo Health Center
Carolina Mountain Realty
Toe River Valley Watch
Michael & Ruth Rutkowsky Pottery
Penland School of Craft
Guardian ad Litem Service
AREA EVENTS / ATTRACTIONS
DINING / ENTERTAINMENT
CELEBRATE THE WIN!!!!!!!
Celebration plans for North Carolina State Champion Lady Cougars Basketball team. There will be a parade on Saturday, March 30 at 6pm. The parade will begin on West Main at the old Chevrolet dealership lot and end on the Square. On the Square There will be a celebration of our athletes, food, cheerleaders, Sampson, music, and fireworks!! Come celebrate with us!!
BURNSVILLE HISTORY & HUMOR WALKING TOUR
A fun, guided walking tour of the history and memories of the charming village of Burnsville, NC, a Norman Rockwell kind of town.
TAKE A TOUR OF THE NU WRAY INN
March 27 - April 3 - April 10
$8 per person
For information call 828-208-0287 or email email@example.com.
Conveniently located between Asheville, Boone and Hickory, NC, and just 20 miles from I-40 and 2 miles from the Blue Ridge Parkway, find treasures that will last a lifetime and have an experience to match.
Visit Gem Mountain and share the history, the tradition, and excitement of gem mining.
Located at 13780 Hwy 226 S, Spruce Pine, NC. Call 828-765-6130 or visit WEBSITE.
3/28-30 Ready, Set, Grow Children’s Consignment Sale
4/2 Kindergarten Kickoff
4/3 Lifeline Health Screening
4/5 Darren Nicholson Band 7pm
4/11 Funshine Camp Spring Dinner/Dance 6pm
4/13 Mtn Air Job Fair, 10am – 2pm
5/2 NRA Fundraiser
6 South Main Street, Burnsville. Call 682-7209 or visit WEBSITE
HAPPENING AT HOMEPLACE BEER
Tues. 3/26 @ 5:30pm: WNC Travel Club
Tus. 3/26 @ 7pm Mysic by Billy Litz
Wed. 3/27 @ 5pm - Homeplace is Expanding
Thurs. 3/28 @ 7pm Pub Theology
Hours: Mon-Thurs 4-9pm; Fri 2-11pm; Sat 2-10pm; Sun 2-7 pm.
Located at 6 South Main, Burnsville. WEBSITE
Bare Dark Sky Observatory Community Viewing Nights
Join us for an evening of stargazing as you've never seen before! You will have the opportunity to view the moon, planets and stars through our 34" diameter Sam Scope, as well as our smaller planetary telescope. With the assistance of our Observatory Manager, you will spend 2 hours viewing and learning about the dark skies.
March Community Dates
March 29 @ 8:45pm
March 30 @ 8:45pm
Reserve your tickets HERE
6th ANUAL FIDDLIN' 5K
Like to run to music? Try running to LIVE music! The Fiddlin' 5K will include a beautiful run through Mars Hill University's scenic campus, winding through surrounding country roads of rural Madison County. With several steep climbs and rolling hills, this course will give the seasoned runner a nice challenge , while still allowing less experienced runners a wonderful opportunity to try their feet at a run. Adding to the experience, we will have musicians lining the course at key locations creating the backdrop to your run with fiddlin', banjo, and more! For more information see the WEBSITE or call 828-450-8456.
“Knotty Lad” Built 2014 #5 of 5 Sitka Spruce top, Black Walnut fingerboard, bridge and neck. Mahogany body, 14 1/3 scale, Lower bout 16.6″, nut 1 7/8″ Baffled version for low end response. Corian saddle/nut. Adjustable neck, arm rest. With Blue Heron soft~case! Retail Value $1500.0. You may request more pictures of details upon request. RAFFLE TICKETS ARE $5 EACH AVAILABLE AT OOAK GALLERY – MICAVILLE YANCEY COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Drawing will be on Sunday, May 26, at 2PM at the event. Onsite winner must present ticket. Absentee winner will be notified by phone and mail immediately. Any shipping expense is the responsibility of the winner.
MATTRESS SALE FUNDRAISER AT MHHS ON MARCH 30
The Mountain Heritage High School Band is having their mattress fundraiser on Saturday, March 30. Since 2005, CFS the original mattress fundraiser, has raised $30 million for school programs in the USA. The MHHS cafeteria will be turned into a mattress showroom from 10am - 5pm. New, name brands for less than retail and all sizes will be available. Local pick up or delivery is offered two weeks after the event.
It’s time for Fact or Crap on Thursday, March 28 at 5pm. It's the trivia game that I read the questions and YOU decide if it is Fact or Crap. Lots of questions, from the weird and wacky to the truly bizarre. Soak and Sip is scheduled for Friday, March 29 from 5:30-7:00pm. Cost is $25.00 and includes a nice warm foot soak, foot massage, glass of wine, and goodies. Kristy will be back so make plans to attend. Pre-register by Thursday March 28th. Customer appreciation days, March 28-30. Stop by and check out our specials and pick up a goody bag with your purchase. Making room for new wines and brews. Congrats to Rhonda and Larry, winners of the Chili Cook-off. Thank you for your support since I opened 9 years ago! This is our final week of winter hours, and next week we will have our first Friday wine tasting of the season. Plan to join us. We are located at 525 West Main, across from TD Bank. There is ample parking behind the shop or the bank parking lot. Like and share us on Facebook, follow us on Instagram, check our WEBSITE, call 682-3456, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The TRACTOR Difference
TRACTOR sources the produce for each CSA box from multiple farms in WNC. This allows the consumer access to a larger variety of fresh local produce than that which is offered on just a single farm.
TRACTOR offers a spring, summer, and fall CSA season, each lasting 6 weeks. For each season, you can choose whether you want a small or a large size share and also add on an egg share. The customer only has to commit to a single season at a time, as opposed to an entire growing season. This makes it a more flexible option for many customers.
TRACTOR works with local business to provide CSA’s for their employees. Many times this is part of the wellness programs for these businesses. TRACTOR often uses payroll deduction as the method of payment. So instead of paying a large lump sum upfront, the payment is broken down over the frequency of the pay periods. This makes CSA membership possible for more families who could not afford to pay a large amount at once. To enroll visit our WEBSITE.
TRACTOR is located at 54 Ferguson Hill Road, Burnsville, NC. See our WEBSITE for more information.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!!!!! Join us for our Annual Spring Workday on Saturday, April 6 from 10am to 2pm (lunch will be provided). We need your help to prepare our theater and grounds for our 2019 season. Volunteers are needed for many small jobs and repairs, including groundskeeping, minor woodworking, painting, etc. Please bring your own gloves and check in at the Main Entrance upon arrival.
The Parkway Playhouse is located at 202 Green Mountain Drive in Burnsville. Tickets are available on the Parkway Playhouse website and at the Parkway playhouse Box Office (828-682-4285), which is open from 1-5pm Thursday through Saturday and one hour before show time. WEBSITE
BURNSVILLE GALLERY: Yancey County Education Showcase
SPRUCE PINE GALLERY: Mitchell County Education Showcase
For more information visit us at 102 West Main Street, Burnsville, call 682-7215. WEBSITE
NEWS FROM PENLAND
The Penland Gallery is proud to present Conversation: Eleanor Annand + Make Noise. This show will run through May 12, 2019.
The Focus Gallery is featuring Joseph Pintz / Simple Things. This show will run through May 5, 2019.
A reception for these two shows will be held on Saturday, March 30 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.
Penland School is located near Spruce Pine in Mitchell County. For more information and directions to the school call 828-765-2359 or visit Website
TOE RIVER CRAFTS SEEKS ARTISTS'
WORK FOR NEW SEASON
The Toe River Crafts gallery is now accepting applications from artists and crafters for jurying for the new season that begins May 3. Successful applicants will become working member of TRC and work the store one day per month. The application should include five images of your work, prices, and a short bio. Email them to email@example.com. Your submission must be received no later than April 3 to be included in this jury process.
ATTENTION 2019 BRIDES AND EVENT PLANNERS: We have the perfect location for that outdoor wedding, party, anniversary or company picnic Call 284-5055 for more information.
AREA MEETINGS OF INTEREST
ORGANIZATION / DATE / TIME / LOCATION
Burnsville Lions Club 3/28 @ 5:30 pm at 217 Ramsey Street
Burnsville Town Council 4/4 @ 6:00 pm Town Hall
Yancey County Commission 4/8 @ 6:00 pm Yancey County Courthouse
Burnsville Rotary Club Thursday @ Noon Rescue Dog Cafe
Toe River Model Railroaders Wednesday @ 2:00 pm Spruce Pine Library
Al-Anon Monday @ 7:30 pm 1st Presbyterian Church
MISC COMMUNITY INFORMATION
- This year's Mountain Heritage High School Prom with the theme "Midnight Sea" will be held at the Asheville Event Center on Saturday, May 11, 2019, from 7 to 11pm. Juniors and Seniors may purchase tickets from now until Friday, April 25. The price per ticket is $50. Students who wish to bring a guest who does not attend MHHS must submit the appropriate form no later than Friday, May 3. Please contact Samantha McClure at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- You are invited to join the Mt. Mitchell Street Rods Cruise in held every first and third Friday night in the Sav-Mor parking lot in Burnsville. Cruise-Ins are held April through September.
- The Burnsville Council Knights of Columbus announce the resumption of Bingo game sessions this year. Come and join the fun on Monday, April 1, as the first of 10 games starts at 1pm. There will be four extra optional games. Doors open at noon for registration, $20 for ten games. Light sandwiches, dessert, and refreshments will be served. Bingo is held in the Sacred Heart Church Social Hall located at 20 Summit Street in Burnsville on the first and third Monday of each month.
Would you like us to forward your business items of interest to other Chamber members? Submit your items weekly via email no later than 8am each Tuesday for inclusion each Tuesday. Email to email@example.com. Chamber Office Telephone 682-7413. WEBSITE
Yancey / Burnsville Chamber of Commerce | 106 West Main, Burnsville, NC 28714