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More Than Enough To Do Part II

Here is the promised second installment!  I’m sure there will be new items and more details for events after this weekend.  Just follow my blog and like my Facebook page to get the scoop! Have a great day filled with fun and joyfulness!


Smoky Mountain Jumphouse is open Wednesday and Thursday from 10am until 5pm and Friday and Saturday from 10am until 6pm on Muse Drive in Waynesville.  (This is above Thad Wood Auction House in west Waynesville, past exit 98).  These are open jump times but they also have times for private jump parties on Sunday afternoons and later on Saturday nights.  There is a party room available for rental with a group jump rate at all times the Jumphouse is open to the public.  On out-of-school days, the Smoky Mountain Jumphouse will sometimes have special hours available.  Call 828-734-8647 or check out their Facebook page for more information.

Tipping Point Tavern in Downtown Waynesville has a weekly Trivia Night at 730pm on Wednesdays.  Call 828-246-9230 or visit www.tippingpointtavern.com for more details.

Wall Street Wines will be hosting a winemaking class in the near future.  Reservations and prepayment are required.  Call 828-450-6399 or visit www.jaspercarrot.net for more detailed information.  I wonder if you get to stomp grapes like in “I Love Lucy”?  That could be fun!

The Haywood County Arts Council currently has three opportunities available for local artists.  Check our their website for descriptions of the three calls for artists at www.haywoodarts.org

January 7 through March 31

The Canton Branch of the Haywood County Public Library will be hosting an artist exhibition for Laurel Tewes.  The exhibition is free and open to the public during regular library hours.

January 11

The Classic Wineseller and Angelino’s Tapas and Wine Bar will continue to host Friday Night Live every Friday in January beginning at 7.  Tonight’s musician is Ben Wilson, singer/songwriter and guitarist.  Call 828-452-6000 or visit  www.classicwineseller.com for more details.

Bobby G will be performing live at Headwaters Brewing beginning at 7 pm.

January 12

Blue Ridge Books will host a reading and photo presentation by local author Ronald R Cooper at 2pm.  Cooper will present his book “It’s My Trail, Too: A Comanche Indian’s Journey on the Cherokee Trail of Tears.”  Cooper will discuss his long-distance hike that re-traced the Trail of Tears.  Call 828- or visit their Facebook page for more details.

Hurley’s Creekside in Maggie Valley will be hosting the Corbitt Brothers at 9pm.  Check out their Facebook page or call for more details at 828-926-1566.

January 14

The Haywood County Extension Service and the Haywood County Beekeepers Association are sponsoring an event at Haywood Community College in the auditorium.  The Fat Bee Man of Dixie Bee Supply in Lula Georgia will be the featured speaker at the event which begins at 6:30pm.  Call 828-279-5614 or visit www.hcbees.org for more information.  A donation of $5 is suggested to offset costs for the event.  Bees are an important part of our ecosystem – and our economy.

January 15

Haywood Community College Small Business Center will be offering a course on writing a business plan.  If you are considering a new business or revamping a current business, writing a business plan is a must.  This is a great course to get started with the basics and to fine tune a plan already in the works.  Contact the Small Business Center for more details.

January 16

Networking at Anthony Wayne’s at the Gateway Club in Downtown Waynesville NC.  Contact Wayne Porter of Monetize Your Vision on Facebook or their website www.monetizeyourvision.com to RSVP or for more details.

January 17

Haywood Community College Small Business Center will be offering a program to teach beginners how to use eBay.  The course will teach the basics of buying and selling.  Contact the Small Business Center for more details and to pre-register.

January 19

The Classic Wineseller and Angelino’s Tapas and Wine Bar will host an evening with Musica Nostra beginning at 7.  The event will include a four course meal, dancing and music.  For reservations or more details call 828-452-6000 or visit www.classicwineseller.com .

January 20

The Haywood County Arts Council Sunday Concert Series for 2012 begins on January 20 at 3pm.  The free event will be held at the Canton Branch of the Haywood County Library in January.  Performing will be Jim Ridd, currently with Coffee Branch Band of Canton.  Call 828-452-0593 or visit www.haywoodarts.org for more details.

January 22

Haywood Community College Small Business Center will be offering a seminar on business start-up issues.  If you are considering a new business venture, this is a great way to look at all the small things that can give you headaches as you start out.

January 24

Haywood County Arts Council Annual Meeting will be held at Gallery 86 in Downtown Waynesville.  Call 828-452-0593 for details.

Haywood Community College Small Business Center will be offering a seminar on eBay for the serious seller.  There will be a second course offered on the same day on setting up a store on eBay.

January 29

Haywood Community College Small Business Center will be offering a seminar on increasing sales.  The course is designed to get salespeople thinking about the sales environment from the customer’s perspective.  There will also be information on recognizing and utilizing verbal and nonverbal cues to increase sales.  Contact the Small Business Center for more information and to register.

February 2

Balsam Range will continue their winter concert series at the Colonial Theatre in Canton.  Missy Raines and the New Hip will be performing with the group.  For information, check out their Facebook page or website or call the ticket office of the Colonial at 828-235-2760.

Shenanigans Continue for the Holidays

The Christmas festivities and holiday shenanigans continue!  In fact, there are several events today that I want to remind you about so I’m sending this blog post out earlier in the week than usual.  I hope you don’t mind!  Remember to shop local as much as you are able!

I do have cornhole bags available.  If you need certain colors for Christmas presents, please let me know soon.  I may need to go to the production facility to pick them up.  Thanks!

So here I go with a list of some of the events happening around the community:

Canton is the focus of activity in the county today!  Santa will be sitting on the porch at Sid’s on Main in Canton before the Christmas Parade.  This is sponsored by the Canton Business Group. Canton will be host to the final holiday parade this year on starting at 6pm.

Thursday and Friday are also the Haywood Studios OPEN HOUSE!  Haywood Studios is the craft club organization at Haywood Community College.  Studio  Open House hours are December 6 until 8pm and Friday December 7 from 10am until 4pm in the Student Center.  All of the items are created by students at HCC.

HART Theatre presents A CHRISTMAS CAROL this holiday season.  Thursday December 6 will be a preview showing used as a fundraising event for Haywood Spay Neuter.  Tickets are $15 for this event and are available by calling 452-1329.  Opening night for the program is Friday December 7 at 730pm with shows on December 8 (730pm), December 9 (3pm), December 15 (2pm and 730pm) and December 16 (3pm).  Tickets are reported to be selling quickly so call to make your reservations at 456-6322 or by use their online ticket booth at www.harttheatre.com

My friends, the Smoky Mountain Model Railroaders have their model trains on exhibit at Lambuth Inn this holiday season.  The exhibit will run through December 20 and is open to the public.  The exhibit will be open during times when meals are served at the Lambuth Inn.  If there are no reservations for a particular meal, the exhibit will not be open.  So if you want to be sure to see it, make a reservation to eat!  Call Sam Hopkins with Smoky Mountain Model Railroaders at 773-9550 for more information.

Gretchen Clasby will be hosting her Cedar Hill Studio Back Door sale Friday December 7 and Saturday December 8 from 10 am until 5pm.  Gretchen always has new goodies and old favorites available for purchase on these special days.  Stop in on Wall Street in Waynesville to pick up your 2013 Son Shine Promises calendars.

Lake Junaluska Assembly will be hosting Appalachian Christmas this weekend from Friday afternoon until Sunday afternoon.  The Junaluska Singers will be performing along with Voices in the Laurel.  Call 828-452-2881 for more details and to purchase tickets.  There are 3 unique performances by the Junaluska Singers plus the annual craft show in the Harrell Center.

December 7th is the final Art After Dark at Waynesville Gallery Association members for the 2012 season.  The event starts at 6 on Friday evening.  There will be refreshments, receptions, music and lots of fun at many of the galleries.  In addition, there is Saturday Stroll the next day from 11 am until 3 pm.  A great opportunity to meet many local artists and discuss their work as well as have a great time.  Twigs and Leaves Gallery will be hosting Bill Stecher, pianist on Friday evening and during the day on Saturday.  Studio 262 will be featuring the works of John Fitzgerald and Suzanne Gernandt.  The Haywood County Arts Council’s Gallery 86 will continue its show “It’s a Small Small Work” through the end of the month.  There will be a reception held during Art After Dark for the WNC Blue Ridge Heritage Area artists.  Earthworks Gallery will be featuring River Glass Studios of Canton for the weekend.  Sunburst Market on Montgomery will be hosting a “Sip and Shop” event during the evening.

All three local micro-breweries have special activities for the weekend.  Tipping Point Tavern and Brewery will “tip” things off with special entertainment on December 7th during Art After Dark with Chris Williams. Saturday evening during the A Night Before Christmas event, Paul Cataldo will be playing at Tipping Point.  On Saturday evening, Headwaters Brewing will be hosting an ugly Christmas sweater contest!  Caribbean Cowboys will be playing beginning at 7pm to add to the festivities.  Plus a new brew will be unveiled this evening at Headwaters – something about a Snownado Stout.  Frog Level Brewing will be serving up some of their newest creations.  (Their one year anniversary event is next weekend – more details later!)

Voices in the Laurel will be having their Winter Silent Auction on Saturday December 8 from noon until 5pm at the Harrell Center at Lake Junaluska Assembly.  The Junaluska Christmas Craft Show is the same day in the Harrell Center from 9am until 5pm.  This is a great fundraising event that provides some unique auction items from various shops, galleries, restaurants, and businesses from throughout the community.

Voices in the Laurel and The Junaluska Singers will be performing a holiday concert on Saturday December 8 at Stewart Auditorium at 215 pm.  Ticket information can be obtained by calling 800-222-4930.

The Waynesville Farmers Market has moved indoors for a little while longer.  Saturday morning will be the at the Indoor Market at the Shelton House Barn – just beside the parking lot where the event is held in warmer weather.  There will be a wide seafood selection this Saturday.  You can check their Facebook page to get details.

December 8 is also one of my favorite events of the year: A Night Before Christmas on Main Street in Downtown Waynesville!  The street is transformed by gorgeous luminaries along with the Christmas lights and decorations of the shops, galleries and restaurants.  It is a wonderful evening that always adds a special feeling to my Christmas spirit.  Santa will be roaming the streets talking to all the kids – naught and nice – big and little so watch out!  Twigs and Leaves will be hosting the Junaluska Music Studio students as entertainment on this evening.

First Baptist Church in Waynesville will be hosting a Bethlehem Marketplace from 6 until 8:30pm on Saturday December 8.  It is held in conjunction with the Downtown Waynesville Association event.

December 9 Santa will be at Pheasant Hill on Main Street in Waynesville from 4 until 7pm.  This is sponsored by the Downtown Waynesville Association.