BEYOND WORDS PROGRAM 10:05AM
With Rev. Bill Campbell
PANTHER TALK SHOW 6:05PM
COMMUNITY NEWS & VIEWS 8:10am
PRIMETIME IN THE ACC 7:00PM
COMMUNITY NEWS & VIEWS 8:10am
(Hendersonville Lions Club Breakfast)
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL 7:05PM
(West at Hendersonville)
ON LOCATION BROADCAST 10:00A - 2p
Station WHKP, an equal opportunity employer, is dedicated to providing broad outreach regarding job vacancies at the station. We seek the help of local and area schools, colleges and organizations in referring qualified applicants to our station.
Organizations that wish to receive our vacancy information should contact Mary Ashe at station WHKP (828) 693-9061 or at P.O. Box 2470, Hendersonville, N. C. 28793.
Mondays ---"Celebrate Recovery" meetings every Monday night at First Baptist Church in Hendersonville 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 on 4th Avenue.
Thursday, August 27th - The MRLEC program today at the Mills River United Methodist Church will feature a program on Scams and Frauds by the North Carolina Attorney General's office..program starts at 10 am...and if you plan to have lunch, please RSVP to 808-5581 by 10 am on Tuesday before. The church is located on Turnpike Road in Mills River.
Sunday, August 30th - Trinity Presbyterian Church will hold their first Fifth Sunday Hymn Sing - a new event which will recur 4 times a year in any month which has 5 Sundays. It will begin at 9:45 am. The Fifth Sunday Hymn Sing will be led by Hendersonville Community Music Center's Andrew Hiler with Trinity organist Stephen Klein on the piano. Friends and neighbors in the church and community can request your favorite old and new hymns and join together in singing in the Trinity Sanctuary.
Sunday, August 30th - The Community Orchestra of Hendersonville will hold rehearsals on Sunday afternoons at 2:30 pm at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 900 Blythe Street in Hendersonville.Directed by popular organist/pianist Stephen Klein, this orchestra is an ensemble for people whose instruments have lain in the closet for years, people who would love to get back to making music again, as well as for musicians who have been playing their instruments and want to play in an orchestra. Klein invites the community to "get out your clarinets and trumpets, violins and flutes and re-discover the joy of being part of an orchestra as we practice and perform beautiful music. For more info call the Hendersonville Community Music Center at Trinity Presbyterian Church,828-61l4 ext. 115.
Monday, August 31st - Pesticide recertification training will be provided today at the Henderson County Cooperative Extension office, 100 Jackson Park Road,Hendersonville. Two hours recertfication in category X for farmers and categories H, L, N, and D for others with a commercial pesticide license will be provided from 6:00 until 8:00 pm. The training will cover Weed Identification & control in Landscapes & Roadsides. A $5.00 materials fee will be collected at the door. Please call the Extension center at 697-4891 to register and for accomodations for persons with disabilities, or e-mail Ivy Olson @ ncsu.edu
Tuesday, September 1st - The Crab Creek Community Center will hold their monthly meeting at 7 pm. Jeff McKinney from Crab Creek Landscaping will give the program. All are welcome. The center is located at the corner of Jeter Mountain Road and Crab Creek Road. For questions call Shanon at 606-6637.
Wednesday, Sepember 2nd - The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at Opportunity House, 1411 Asheville Highway in Hendersonville from 9 am til 1:30 pm. For more info or to schedule an appointment, call B J Slovacek at 828-697-4406.
Friday, Sept. 4th -- The Annual Anniversary Singing will be held at 7 pm at Refuge Baptist Church in Dana. It will feature the "Sound of Singing Men", a 30 voice group, the Refuge Ladies Quartet,Mountan Harmony Quartet and the Singing Laymen,. John Bayne, a young Columbus N. C. Youth Musician will be the guest pianist. The church is located at the junction of Upward, Dana and Ridge Roads. For 40 years, this Gospel Music Festival has been held on the Labor Day weekend in Hendersonville. There is no charge and the public is invited.
Friday, September 4th - The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at the United Federal Credit Union, 3674 Hendersonville Road in Fletcher from 1 pm til 5:30 pm.....For more info or to schedule an appointment, please see an employee or visit -redcrossblood.org.
Sunday, Sept. 6th - The Historic Seventh Avenue District will have a "Farmer's Market & Artisan Fair" from 9 am until 4 pm.....the location is on Maple Street at the Historic Train Depot -- This is a "rain" or "shine" event....FREE PARKING! Farmers will have Organic and non-organic fruits and vegetables. Apples, plants for indoors and out. Mushrooms, Pasture raised pork,beef and chicken...Herbs. Wine. Hard Cider...and much more....Regional Artisans will be there with pottery, wool products, sculptures, bird houses, jewelry and more...There will be live enertainment...The Aloha Dance Troupe, The Israeli Folk Dance Troupe, Guitarists, Singers, storytellers and more,....All sponsored as a Special Event of the Apple Festival....all happening on 7th Avenue East in Hendersonville.
Saturday, September 12th - The 21st Annual Community Block Blast will be held at Fruitland Baptist Church from 1;30 until 5:30 pm....folks from all over the county come from 30 or 40 different churches .,...Everything is free --- food, entertainment, and games...Fruitland Baptist Church is located in the Edneyville Community -- watch for the signs......
Saturday, September 12th - Bryan Easler Toyota will have a Bluegrass and Classic Car Show from 11 am til 8 pm....featuring music by The Barefoot Movement, along with Carolina Blue, Appalachian Fire and Blue Wheel Drive.....free admission --food and fun for everyone.....