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What started as a resolution-keepers series of yoga classes after the New Year continues on every Sunday in March at 8 am -- including Easter Sunday! Thank you to everyone who has attended and encouraged us to continue this offering.  Think 'slow & stretchy': a peaceful yoga for everybody.  1-hour $10/per person.  Cedar Mountain Outpost, 8431 Greenville Hwy, 28712



Cedar Mountain Moonshine Distillery will be hosting its annual Cedar Mountain Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 23rd from 3-4 PM. Bring your own basket to hunt for colorful eggs, take your picture with the Easter Bunny, and stick around for some hippity hoppity games!  We will start the egg hunt right around 3 PM…so, be on the line ready to GO!  If you would like to make a candy, egg, or filler donation, please drop off items at the distillery before March 17th. If we aren’t there, just leave in the back of the ‘ol truck. We have over 1,000 eggs to fill and hide! Helping hands are always appreciated!



The public is invited to attend the next presentation of our monthly "Fire Side Chats" at the Cedar Mountain Community Center. The presentation will be given by Al Brothers, a passionate advocate for the Dark Sky Initiative. This initiative is dedicated to restoring the nighttime environment and protecting communities from the harmful effects of light pollution through outreach, advocacy, and conservation. It aims to preserve the natural night sky, promote scientific research and education in astronomy, and raise awareness about the importance of reducing light pollution. This presentation is particularly timely as International Dark Sky Week will be observed from April 2-8. This week is dedicated to celebrating the night and taking action to protect the night from light pollution. The presentation will be on Wednesday, March 27th at 2:00 PM at Cedar Mountain Community Center, 10635 Greenville Highway in Cedar Mountain.



Sherwood Forest Men’s Golf League kicks off its spring season on Wednesday, April 3rd at 11 am.  We are a developmental league and welcome new members who enjoy the game of golf regardless of ability or experience.  You are welcome to play any Wednesday that your schedule permits.  We have a $25 seasonal league membership which goes toward cash and prizes distributed weekly to members of winning teams.  Sherwood Forest is an 18-hole par 3 golf course located on Highway 276 south of Brevard across from the Cedar Mountain Outpost.  Daily green and cart fees are set by Sherwood Forest Golf Club’s operator.  If you would like to make some new friends who enjoy golf and share in a little team competition, come join us any Wednesday (April - October).  If you do, we think you’ll be back every Wednesday!

For more information, feel free to contact Tim Johnston @ 828.778.7061, or visit Sherwood Forest Clubhouse anytime.




CMCC's first potluck of the season will be Monday, April 8.  Connie Meré of the Cradle of Forestry and the Vanderbilt family will give a presentation.  Please have dishes to share on the serving tables by 6:15 pm.  Everyone is welcome.



3/27/24 2 PM Al Brothers Dark skies & lights

4/24/24 2 PM Yvonne Dixson - The Walton War

5/22/24 2 pm Susan Garrett Community Centers: worth and history




On Friday, April 5th the Cedar Mountain Fire/Rescue Dept will be doing a BINGO fundraiser from 7:00 pm – 8 pm.  Doors open at 6:30 pm.  Cards are $3.00 each for each game.  Cash only.  There will be another BINGO on Friday, May 3rd with more games to come.



Are you looking for a venue to host a community event, wedding reception, or meeting? Contact Caroline Chambers at 828-290-9662 to schedule. The Cedar Mountain Community Center is the perfect place for residents and visitors to gather, with a variety of events held throughout the year. From monthly summer potluck dinners to special occasions, The Center offers an opportunity to get involved and become part of the Cedar Mountain Community. Come join us for food, fun, and a variety of events!


CHRISTINE’S CORNER by Christine Pace

Do your dogs or other pets like to ride in your car?  I’m not limiting this to “canines” only.  Let me (Christine) know at:  My pups each have special leashes that attach to a seat belt while riding, just in case.


AROUND THE HOUSE by Linda Packer Young

In answer to Christine’s question about pets traveling with you, our kitty kids are used to it by now.  We now know other campers who take dogs, cats and other pets with them when they travel.  The only disadvantage to taking pets is their care.  We can’t just leave the motor home for hours and leave them without air conditioning.  They do have many admirers when sunning themselves in the expansive front window of the Infirmary (motor home). 


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