Hello Friends of the Brasstown Community Center,
We have a lot of exciting news in Brasstown this month! Clay’s Corner is now officially re-opened! Hours are 7am – 7pm, Monday – Saturday. They will be selling gas, as well as the usual assortment of snacks, drinks and other items you might need. Stop by and say hello to Clay and the Logan Family. Clay’s Corner will host an open jam starting around 7 pm on Friday nights.
The Summer Concert Series at the Brasstown Community Center will start Saturday, May 11th, so mark your calendars. These are the dates and the lineup for the 2019 Summer Concert Series.
May 11 The Wilsons (don’t miss it!)
May 25 Brush Fire
June 8 Lone Mountain Band
June 22 Just Us
July 13 Georgia Mail
July 27 Blue Ridge Grass
Aug 10 Carolina Express
Aug 24 Chuck Nation’s Band
Fundraiser concerts are held May through August on the second and fourth Saturdays. Doors are open at 6pm and the music starts at 7pm. Admission is $8, children under 12 are free. Hot dogs and BBQ sandwich plates, homemade cobbler, ice cream and root beer floats will be available for purchase. The center is a non-profit, and all proceeds from concerts and facility rentals are used for maintenance and upkeep of the buildings. For details call 828-361-3040.
The Brasstown Community Center has a part-time job opening for someone to do sweeping, mopping, mowing and light maintenance. The job is part of a Federal Department of Labor training program for seniors re-entering the work force. Applicant needs to be older than 55 years of age. If interested, contact Clay Logan for details at 828-557-5723.
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 May potluck will be held on Tuesday, May 21th. Bring children, family, friends, and neighbors, along with a dish to share. This wonderful Clay County tradition provides an opportunity to share food and fellowship with friends, neighbors, and new people in our community.
The Brasstown Community Center Education Building is being rented and has dates available for rent; contact Shannon at (828) 361-3040 for information and reservations. The Brasstown Community Center is a 501C3 charitable organization. Any and all donations will be greatly appreciated! Checks can be sent to Brasstown Community Civic Center, PO Box 111, Brasstown, North Carolina 28902.
Cyndi Singh with Back to Balance Massage Therapy & Bodyworks, has over 20 years experience as a massage therapist. She is also certified to teach Massage. Her address is 10886 Old Highway 64 West, Brasstown, NC. You can also contact her at 828-644-8425, or at firstname.lastname@example.org Check out her website at http://www.cyndisingh.com.
The Kula Wellness Center offers yoga, massage by Renee Lamance, Ayurveda consultations with Hannah Levin, and special workshops. Many classes have recently been added. Check their calendar and events pages at the Kula website at Kula.Love. for scheduled classes and special events. The Kula Center is located on the hill above Clay’s Corner.
Ribbon-cutting Ceremony – Thursday, May 2nd, 5:30-7:00 pm at Kula Wellness. Everyone is invited to a collaborative ribbon-cutting shindig with the Cherokee County NC Chamber of Commerce, Clay County NC Chamber of Commerce and Blairsville-Union County Chamber of Commerce (tonight). There will be a celebration of Mother’s Hemp, a fellow Brasstown-based business, as well. Light bites, drink and sneak peak tours of The Crown’s new restaurant space will be provided.
The John C. Campbell Folk School has a wealth of classes, dances, concerts and activities. Information is available on their website: https://www.folkschool.org/index.php?section=articles&article_cat_id=5&article_id=4
Walnut Hollow Ranch: Check out all they have to offer on their website: http://walnuthollowranch.com
Your Brasstown Bell Crier,