CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
MARCH 3, 2020
In an effort to try to reduce operating expenses and paper use, we would like to utilize email for yearly dues billing. Please let us know if you would like to receive your bill by email as opposed to by US Postal Service. Please give us a call at 682-7413 and give us a correct email address for that purpose.
"Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!" ~ Dr. Seuss
THIS DAY IN HISTORY - 1855 - US Congress approves $30,000 to test camels for military use. (I can't imagine why that didn't end up working).
And now for the news.....
NEW / RENEWING MEMBERS
Thanks for your continued membership:
Celo Health Center
Mayland Community College
West Burnsville Baptist Church
Mountain River Retreat
Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company
Asheville Regional Airport Authority
Fortner Insurance Agency
Carolina Mountain Realty
AREA EVENTS / ATTRACTIONS
DINING / ENTERTAINMENT
High Peaks Tackles Pinnacle Mountain Fire Tower March 7
Join the N.C. High Peaks Trail Association on Saturday, March 7 for a challenging hike to Pinnacle Mountain Fire Tower in Tennessee. Hikers should be rewarded with tremendous 360-degree views of the surrounding terrain.
The 9.6-mile hike (total distance) is rated as very strenuous, as hikers will climb 1,400 feet on their way to the popular fire tower, which is located near Erwin, Tn. Although the hike is long and the climb significant, the trail is well-developed and not too steep, averaging a grade of less than 6 percent.
Hikers should assemble at 8:30 a.m. in the Rose’s Shopping Center Parking lot overlooking Highway19 in Burnsville. Transportation will be provided in a Yancey van for a donation of $5, reservations required. Dogs are not allowed on the vans, so if you want to bring your leashed pet you must provide your own transportation.
Bring lunch, plenty of water, snacks, warm clothes and rain gear if the forecast looks doubtful. The ride to the trailhead will take about 50 minutes. Hikers who want more information about this hike and destination can find it at High Peaks WEBSITE.
Please contact Hike Leader Robert Branch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-682-3102 by Thursday evening, March 5 to make your van reservation. Hikers who plan to drive on their own are also asked to contact the Hike Leader so he can better plan the outing. You may also want to ask for directions to the trailhead.
NC OUTDOOR ADVENTURES
Our adventure guiding company was created in 2012 out of the need for outdoor recreation experiences and education. Based out of the Blue Ridge mountains in WNC, NCOA offers over 21 different trips including; tubing, flat-water and whitewater trips, climbing, rappelling, waterfall rappelling, hiking, camping, youth programs, wild edible plant walkabouts plus alpine climbing instruction during the winter months. This diversity in trip offerings makes our family owned company the perfect choice for many families, couples, adventurers and scouting groups. We have weekly and monthly lessons in various outdoor activities. For more information visit our WEBSITE or our FACEBOOK page.
Our goal is to allow outdoor persons the opportunity to enjoy shooting by visiting our facilities, which include a 50,000 square foot, lighted shotgun range. We are able to accommodate individuals, families, groups and organizations, meeting their various needs and schedules. We offer rifle, pistol, and shotgun ranges. 125 Deyton Hunt Farm Drive, Burnsville, NC. Call 828-777-0357 or visit WEBSITE.
RESCHEDULED MUSICAL TRIBUTE
TO ELIZABETH AND JENIFER MORGAN
(We were snowed out on the 20th!)
Monday, March 9 - 6-8pm at the historic Griffith Chapel 95 Lester Lane, Burnsville.
Tribute by Deb Louis and Gred Gross followed by an open mic.
Brought to you by Micaville Music & Kokopelli's Daughters
For more information call 828-206-0128.
3/26-28 Ready, Set Grow Children’s Consignment
4/3 Doyle Lawson Concert
6 South Main Street, Burnsville. Call 682-7209 or visit WEBSITE
HAPPENING AT HOMEPLACE BEER
Tues. 3/3 @ 7pm: Music by Nick Gonnering
Wed. 3/4 @ 7pm: Trivia Night
Sat. 3/7 @ 6pm: Duke/UNC Rivalry Game
Hours: Mon-Thurs 4-9pm; Fri 2-11pm; Sat 2-10pm; Sun 2-7 pm.
Located at 321 West Main, Burnsville. WEBSITE
We're located in downtown Burnsville, just west of the beautiful town square and across from Burnsville Town Hall! In addition to the finest organic fresh brewed coffee, we're proud to be your source for amazing beverages, made to order traditional and App Java specialty breakfast & lunch delicacies and fresh baked pastries! If you're looking for the best, look no further than App Java! Enjoy the beautiful WNC weather and scenery dining on the sidewalk, downstairs or in the more intimate and private upstairs. Words can only paint a picture. We invite you to give us a try and we're confident you won't be disappointed.
FRIDAY - 3/6 - Don & Nancy Rhoades @ 6pm
MONDAY - 3/9 - Double Island Band @ 6pm
8 West Main Street, Burnsville, NC. Call 682-0120 or visit our Facebook page Here
LAURA'S PIZZA & TRATTORIA
This week's entertainment at Laura's:
Thurs. 3/5 Helping Hands for Horses Benefit all day
Fri. 3/6 - Noah Proudfoot @ 6:30pm
114 East Main Street, Burnsville, NC. Call 682-5551 or see on FACEBOOK.
OOAK ART GALLERY & MAPLES
OOAK: Fine, Folk, Funky Local Art! Mon - Sat 10am – 5:30pm; Sun 12:00 (Noon) – 5pm
MAPLES: The Sweet Spot Next Door serving fine coffee, tea and bakery items. Mon-Fri 8am – 4pm, Sat. 9am – 3pm
ENTERTAINMENT AT OOAK ART GALLERY & MAPLES:
Micaville Music Jam at 10:00 am every Saturday
BABE'S PIZZA & TREATS
BABE'S PIZZA & TREATS
Home of Burnsville's only Double Decker Pizza and Treats Shop
170 Reservoir Road - next to SavMor in Burnsville, NC. 828-536-5511
Hours 11am - 10pm - 7 days a week. Dine In or Take Out - Patio Dining.
THIS WEEK'S ENTERTAINMENT AT BABE'S:
Thursday 3/5 - WoodSong Strings & Open Mic @ 6-8pm
Saturday 3/7 - Hummingtree Band @ 7pm
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
Reserve your tickets HERE
ANNUAL SPRING CLEANING SALE
"Clean up" with huge savings as we make room for new Spring merchandise. Save 25-75% off select items!!! Sale dates March 4-31.
Located in downtown Burnsville. Open Mon-Sat 9-6. Call 682-9101.
BURNSVILLE GALLERY: Yancey County Education Showcase
2/22/20 - 3/21/20 - Reception March 21, 1-3pm
SPRUCE PINE GALLERY: Mitchell County Education Showcase
2/15/20 - 3/14/20
For more information visit us at 102 West Main Street, Burnsville, call 682-7215. WEBSITE
CRAFTY THINGS TO DO
MOUNTAIN PIECEMAKERS QUILT GUILD
The Mountain Piecemakers Quilt Guild will meet Tuesday, March 10 at 6pm at the Burnsville Town Center for their monthly meeting and presentations. The program will be a Round Robin with four presentation in small groups. Janice Jackson is doing paper piecing, Kathryn Zimmerman is demonstrating ruching, Judy Lane will show wool applique, and Barbara Miller will be hand quilting.
For more information call 828-691-0449.
ATTENTION 2020 BRIDES AND EVENT PLANNERS: We have the perfect location for that outdoor wedding, party, anniversary or company picnic Call 284-5055 for more information.
APPLE TREE GRAFTING WORKSHOPS
Yancey County Cooperative Extension will hold tree-grafting workshops on March 10 and 12. The same workshop will be offered four different time, at 9am and 6pm each day, and will last approximately three hours. The workshops will be held at the Extension Center located at 30 East Hwy 19E Bypass in Burnsville. The cost is $15 per person. If you would like more information or wish to register call 682-6186.
PAINFUL ACHY JOINTS????
Do you suffer from painful achy joints? Do you know the cause of your pain? Join us at our free workshop at Cruz Life Center on Thursday, March 5 at 6pm with Dr. Miguel Cruz & Lesia Cruz HC AADP C.Ad.
AREA MEETINGS OF INTEREST
ORGANIZATION / DATE / TIME / LOCATION
Burnsville Town Council 3/5 @ 6:00 pm Town Hall
Yancey County Commission 3/9 @ 6:00 pm Yancey County Courthouse
Yancey County Bd of Education 3/16 @ 6pm School Board Office
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
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