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Mondays ---"Celebrate Recovery" meetings every Monday night at First Baptist Church n Hedersonville Celebrate Recovery is a Christ centered program whose aim is to help people struggling with life. The Church is located on 5th Avene West in Hendersonville,but the meeting is held in the church fellowship hall, located on Buncombe Street. Dinner is served from 6 until 6:45 pm and the meeting starts immediately after.Please join us and let Jesus change your life.
New Classes are offered at Opportunity House -- Beginners Guitar is one -- Have you played in the past but gotten "rusty" The guitar is one of the easiest, most portable ways to fulfill your wish..Simple tuning and 3-7 basic chords that will allow you to be able to play hundreds of tunes. A workbook will be provided and a few guitars will be available to use during class...If you have your own, please bring it. Meets for Center will hold their monthly meeting at 7 pm. Beth from the Henderson County Visitor's Center will be there. All are invited to attend.4 weeks..Instructor will be Connie Rowe. (Call Opportunity House for beginning dates).
Friday - May 22nd - "The Rewind Country Band" will be playing Blue Grass Music at Feed and Seed in Fletcher at 7:30 pm....no admission, but a donation will be taken for the band.
Friday, May 22nd - Henderson County Heritage Museum conjunction with Veterans' Service Office will honor all Henderson County Veterans past and present at 1:00 pm at Veterans' Hall located at the Veterans Service Office in Henderson County Human Services Building, Old Spartanburg Road Entrance. Henderson County Honor Guard will post colors, Patriot Guard, Motorcycle Group will be attending. Former Army Chaplain Dr. George Jones will deliver the opening prayer. Guest speaker will be General Frank Blazey The American Legion Auxiliary unit 77 Ladies Auxiliary to Hedrick-Rhodes Post 5206 will provide refreshments. For more info contact Carolyn Justus at 674-2173.
Saturday - May 23rd - Bobby Anderson and the Blueridge Tradition will be playing Blue Grass Music tonite at 7:30 pm at Feed and Seed in Fletcher,.....no admission - but a donation will be taken for the band.
Saturday,May 23rd - The Balfour United Methodist Church will have an Attic Treasures & more sale today from 8 am til 1 pm...Baked Goods, cutlery, household items.....all proceeds supports Mission Projects of the Balfour United Women. The church is located on the Asheville Highway, just past Hunter's on the left side of Highway 25 North.
Monday,May 25th - The 8th Annual "Singing for the Soldiers" will be held at Columbus Veterans Park on Ward Street in Columbus, N.C. starting at 5 pm. Musical guests will be Gospel Music Hall of Fame member, Archie Watkins of the Inspirations....the Nationally known Southern Gospel Quartet, Soul Vision and Colt Creek Bluegrass. For admission , attendees are asked to bring care package items such as toiletries, non perishable snacks and other items for the troops overseas -- to remind them that we care. Hot Dog plates, roasted corn, desserts and drinks will be sold to benefit sending care packages to our troops. A patriotic ceremony will be given by the Polk County Honor Guard. Any sized monetary donations are also accepted. For info call 828-899-2001 or 828-749-3347.
Sunday,May 31st - The Purpose Quartet from Old Fort will be siging at Refuge Baptist Church in Dana at 6 pm,. No admission - but a donation will be taken for the band. The Purpose Quartet has grown into one of America's most dynamic young male quartets. The public is invited....
Sunday, May 31st - The Mills River Partnership, a nonprofit organization is holding its second annual Mills River Day today at North River Farms in Mills River. This year's theme is "The River Connects Us",and the free event will feature live music, food, a raffle, and fun educational activities that illustrate the river's importance for agriculture, education, and the community.