Hello Friends of the Brasstown Community Center,
Happy New Year to everyone! We made it to 2020 and are past the solstice so the days are gradually lengthening and we can all look forward to summer when we can go to the bluegrass concerts at the Community Center again. A huge thanks to Clay Logan for lining up such fabulous performances!
Our Community Pot Luck Dinner is held every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm in the Brasstown Community Center on Settawig Road. The January potluck will be held on Tuesday, January 21st. Bring family, friends or neighbors and and a dish to share and join us for this wonderful Clay County tradition. It is a great way to visit with others and meet new people in our community.
The Brasstown Community Center Web Page is full of helpful information:
– Find out all the things the Community Center offers
– Check out rental availability by clicking on the Calendar
– Print out a donation form
– See what’s happening in our News & Events section
– Read all about the Summer Concerts
– Sign up for our Brasstown Bell newsletter or read it online
– Send is an email
Back to Balance Massage and Body Works continues to sponsor acupuncture clinics by Dr. Shi Ying Kuai, O.M.D. from Asheville, N.C. The next acupuncture clinics are scheduled for January 11 and 12th. Acupuncture can be used to improve many conditions in the body, as well as treat muscular and neurological pain. You can learn more at www.itmonline.org/arts/acuintro.htm. If you are interested in being treated by Dr. Kuai, please contact Cyndi Singh at 282-644-8425. The first visit is $125. Followup visits are $85. We are very fortunate to have an acupuncture master coming to Brasstown to treat people in our community.
Clay’s Corner is open. Hours are 7am – 7pm, Monday – Saturday. Stop by and visit with the Logan family and gas up or pick up necessities. Clay’s Corner hosts an open jam starting around 7 pm on Friday nights.
The Crown Restaurant is now open on the hill above Clay’s Corner. For some outstanding vittles, try them out at 139 Emily Lane, Brasstown (accessed from Setawig Road). Phone 828-516-1672. They close early on Sunday and are closed Monday and Tuesday.
Please check out the websites of interesting places to visit in Brasstown and Clay County:
The John C. Campbell Folk School – https://www.folkschool.org
Walnut Hollow Ranch – http://walnuthollowranch.com
Cyndi Singh with Back to Balance Massage Therapy & Bodyworks – http://www.cyndisingh.com
The Kula Wellness Center – https://www.kula.love
Your Brasstown Bell Crier,