CEDAR MOUNTAIN NEWS FOR THURSDAY 4-22-21
SHEFFIELD PLACE CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT
The date for the first annual charity golf tournament has changed to Saturday the 24th at the Sherwood Forest par 3 golf course. Proceeds will go to the Western NC Down Syndrome Alliance. The tournament will be held at the Sherwood Forest Golf Club at 29 Cardinal Road 15 minutes southeast of Brevard off highway 276 (Greenville Hwy). Matt Kuchar, golf pro, has donated two signed hats and a signed Master's flag to raffle off. There will be a multitude of other prizes donated by local businesses.
To book a tee time call 828-884-7825
Morning tee times are from 9 am to 11 am. This session is designated for individual low gross with prizes for closest to the pins. Afternoon tee times are 12 pm – 2 pm. This is a two-person scramble also with prizes for low gross and closest to the pins.
The entry fee is $40 and Mulligans can be purchased at $5 each with a limit of 2 per golfer. For those (like me) who don’t know, a mulligan is a stroke in golf that is played from the same spot that a player hit their previous stroke, looking to re-do the prior shot without penalty. In other words, golfers use Mulligans to wipe out the previous shot and consider it to have never counted.
EARTH DAY CELEBRATIONS AT STUDIO276 WITH SHERWOOD FOREST FRIENDS!
Kids (and parents, too) are invited to gather at Studio276 to make an Earth Day offering on Saturday, April 24th. Storyteller Eric Young will entertain us with lively tales and kids will get down in the dirt to plant an evergreen and flowers to spruce up our Cedar Mountain sign for spring. Meet and color some of the critters that live in the forest by downloading a Sherwood Forest Friends Coloring Book drawn by Shirl Thomas from the Friends website at visit www.sherwoodforestfriends.org. Earth Day fun starts at 3 pm!
MAY 1ST FROM 11-3 PM IS THE CEDAR MOUNTAIN SPRING VENDOR MARKET AT STUDIO276!
Come enjoy the day on the mountain at this family-friendly event with talented local vendors, live music, moonshine tastings from Cedar Mtn Moonshine, and more!
MUSIC & MOONSHINE NIGHTS ARE BACK AT STUDIO276!
Every Friday night from 6-8 pm starting in May. Our local musicians are lined up and we are ready to put 2020 behind us. BBQ is on the menu, cold beers on ice along with some new flavors from Cedar Mtn Moonshine to taste! Kick back with us and let the good times roll! Follow Studio276 on Facebook for more weekly event details. Want to play on the Front Porch at Studio276? Email email@example.com to get on the books for the summer!
CREEKSIDE MARKET & GRILL
Hours 7 AM- 7 PM Monday thru Saturday 8 AM-7 PM Sunday Breakfast served until 11 am Lunch starts at 11 am Great food, Jewelry, Local Art, Family fun, Gem mining, Live music Saturday's April 25 - Oct 31.
The Transylvania Master Gardeners Annual Spring Plant Sale will be on Saturday, May 8th at the Brevard Ingles Parking lot from 8 am to noon. Native Pollinator-Friendly perennials and shrubs will be featured from the Carolina Native Nursery. There will also be shrubs, trees, perennials, and annuals from local gardens available for purchase.
This plant sale is hosted by Extension Master Gardeners, Transylvania Garden Club, and the Transylvania Heritage Museum. For more information please call 828-884-3109.
Thanks to all who came to give blood Saturday at the CM Fire Rescue Dept. Nancy Cadora and Danielle Vickory were pleased to have their photos taken while donating blood. Thank you so much for your contribution and everyone else who donated.
Members of Vision Transylvania assisted with the blood drive. VISION participants get to know amazing people, explore unique places, and leverage the platform of VISION to better know, understand and serve Transylvania County.
Their purpose is to Develop community leaders, Promote networking, Teach leadership styles, Explore local issues, Enhance critical thinking, Further economic development, Engaging Community Resources. Monthly class day topics include history, local government, environmental and natural resources, economic development, education, law enforcement and public safety, and healthcare.
AROUND THE HOUSE by Linda Young
My honey and I worked on the flower garden this weekend and it is looking good. The plants seem to like their new location and it certainly was nice to have help. The potted plants are now arranged and prepared for the possible frost. It will be much easier to cover them where they are now.
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