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Check out this beautiful 3BR/2.5BA Gorgeous home in the Villages of Plott Creek in Waynesville NC.

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-Contemporary Mountain Home with Incredible Post & Beam Accents! This beautiful home has all the upgrades for the discriminating buyer. Features post & beam great room with stone fireplace, formal dining room, large kitchen with wormy oak cabinets, large master suite with his/hers closets, master bath with tile shower & heated floors. Elegant brick driveway leads to 3 car garage. Large back deck for entertaining & gentle laying lot.
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National Park Re-opening!!!!

NC, Tennessee pay to open Smoky Mountains park during shutdown

RALEIGH, N.C. "” Gov. Pat McCrory said Tuesday that North Carolina and Tennessee have agreed to pick up the $380,000 tab to open Great Smoky Mountains National Park for the rest of this week - the height of leaf-watching season in the park.

North Carolina will spend $75,000 from its tourism advertising budget, while Tennessee and two counties will spend the remaining $305,000 to reopen the park that straddles the state line from Wednesday through Sunday.

Like other national parks, Great Smoky Mountains National Park has been closed since Oct. 1 during the federal government shutdown. About 10 million people visit the park annually, including 4 million who enter through North Carolina.

"This is about jobs and the economy," McCrory said in a statement. "Many North Carolina communities depend on tourism generated by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It's critical that we get the gates reopened during the fall season."

He said he is exploring options to open other national parks in North Carolina.

Professor Steve Morse, director of Western Carolina University's Hospitality and Tourism Program, estimated that each day Great Smoky Mountains National Park is closed costs nearly $1 million in consumer spending in North Carolina. The closure is potentially costing North Carolina workers $343,354 in lost wages per day, he said.

"Meet & Greet the Candidates" at Hurley's Creekside Restaurant

MEET & GREET - Hurley's Creekside Restaurant will host a "Meet & Greet the Candidates" tonight from 7 - 9 p.m.Everyone is invited to attend!

Government Shutdown & Road Closures

  • Blue Ridge Parkway: The road will remain open though its visitor centers, headquarters, picnic areas and restrooms will be closed
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park: U.S. 441 from Cherokee to Gatlinburg will remain open but, the parkway, trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, visitor centers and parking lots will be closed.

As we get new updates we will be sure to pass them along.

Shining Rock Riverfest 2013

Shining Rock Riverfest 2013 Rain or Shine!

Saturday, September 14, 1-10 PM

9 Hours of Appalachian Mountain Folk Music at Historic Camp Hope, Hwy 276 South, Canton

Tickets $7 @ Gate- Children Under 12 FREE

Food Vendor-Blue Ridge BBQ Company-*Non-Alcoholic Family Event

Please bring a chair or blanket & carpool when possible, limited parking.

For more details, find & like us on facebook!

Bands Include: Soldier's Heart, Owner of the Sun, Indigo, Black Robin Hero, McKayla Reece, Petticoat Government, David Teague, The Swayback Stisters

Reduced Foreclosure in Clyde! New Paint, Carpet, Etc! $114,900

Reduced! Foreclosure in Clyde! New Paint, Carpet, Etc! $114,900
45 Forsythia Lane , Clyde, NC 28721 Single Family House - Offered at $114,900 MLS# 540245

Property Description: One level on frame modular in the popular subdivision of Oak Park. Home is being sold "repaired" which includes all new paint & carpet. Move in condition! Offers large rooms including living & family room, large kitchen, fireplace, & bonus room. Detached 2 car garage. Home warranty up to $500 paid by seller to owner occupants.
Year Built:
2004
Sq Ft:
1782 sqft
Garage:
2
Bedrooms:
3
Lot Size:
.33 acres
Bathrooms:
2 Full

Thomas & Christine Mallette Realty World-Heritage Realty 1986 Soco Road Maggie Valley, NC 28751

Office Phone: 828-926-5200 Mobile Phone: 828-734-5518

www.RealtyWorldHeritage.com

Summer Events Throughout Haywood County!

VisitNCsmokiesJune Calendar of Events

05/30/2013 through 06/29/2013

Haywood County Arts Council presents Appalachia

Appalachia celebrates the many forms and techniques of art in the Appalachian region of North Carolina. An artist's reception will be held Friday, June 7 during Art After Dark from 6-9pm. For more information visit www.haywoodarts.org. The North Carolina Mountains has become a melting pot of Appalachian arts and crafts of the Appalachian region. The arts and crafts of the Appalachian region of North Carolina included many forms such as pottery, basketry, woodturning, and music. This culture is how the people of this region thrived. Haywood County Arts Council's exhibit, Appalachia, commemorates many of these forms and techniques. The featured artists of Appalachia includes: Doc Welty, Patti Best, Sandra Brugh Moore, James Smythe, Crystal Allen, Mike McKinney, Matt Tommey, Caryl Brt, Susan Balentine and Karen Stoner.

05/31/2013 through 06/01/2013

Ole Smokey Tractor Club Spring Farm Fest

Education Antique Tractor & Engine Show with parts vendors, flea market with crafts. Tractor rides for kids throughout the day. Farm equipment auction. See the Parade of 30 + tractors drive through the town of Maggie Valley. Contact: Damon Swanger @ 828-734-1510 or schramm125@aol.com Open: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm daily

05/31/2013 through 06/02/2013

HART Theater Presents Ring of Fire

Location: Main Stage of Hart Theatre Times: Friday and Saturday 7:30pm, Sunday 3:00pm You won't want to miss this Broadway musical hit which celebrates the music of a musical legend, country music icon Johnny Cash Admission: Adults $24.00, Seniors $20.00, and students $12.00 828-456-6322 www.harttheatre.com

6/01/2013 through 06/02/20013 Canton Spring Fest sponsored by FOCUS of Canton. Downtown Canton Park St. former Plus Cleaners Parking Lot. Opening hours: Wed - Fri 5:00 PM and Sat & Sun 1:00 PM Tickets are $20.00 for unlimited rides. Get free coupons for $5.00 off regular price for unlimited rides. Coupons good for Wednesday thru Friday and Sunday. No coupons for Saturday. Family attractions on the midway. Come and have a great family experience.

06/01/2013 through 06/01/2013

Old Fines Creek Dance & Music

The Old Fines Creek School will have music every Saturday night along with dancing starting in January. Bands will be different throughout the month. Time is from 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Admission $7 for adults children 12 and under free, concessions available along with cakewalks, 50/50, and door prizes. For more information please call Fannie Dorlan: 828-736-8925 or email: kimcampbellross@gmail.com.

06/07/2013 through 06/07/2013

PICKING IN THE PARK

Canton Recreation Park Penland Street Canton NC

Green Valley Cloggers, Mountain Tradition and Carolina Band

Time: 7:00 PM

06/07/2013 through 06/08/2013

Art After Dark

Stroll downtown Waynesville's numerous galleries and studios the first Friday of each month, May thru December. Enjoy demonstrations, artist receptions, music and refreshments from 6:00pm - 9:00pm. Saturdays 11am- 3pm with special activities and entertainment. Admission FREE Contact: 828-456-3517 www.waynesvillegalleryassociation.com

06/07/2013 through 06/08/2013

Civil War Commemoration

Location: Shelton House Grounds & Barn (49 Shelton Street, Waynesville NC 28786) Time: 9am - 4pm Come learn about history and participate in a Civil War Commemoration event to be held in conjunction with Waynesville's Appalachian Lifestyle celebration. See re-enactments, displays of Southern heritage & period clothing as well as displays of replicas of the South Cross of honor that will provide information on Civil War soldiers. Friday 6/7: 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm - Jule Morrow, a noted Civil War Historian, will provide Lecture on History of Civil War in Haywood County. Saturday 6/8: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm - Re-enactments (Union and Confederate Troops), drills (with participation from attendees), Memorabilia display, and Civil War Era fashion show. Saturday 6/8: 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm - Music and dancing with Whitewater Bluegrass Band Admission: Free - Donations gratefully accepted 828-452-1551 www.sheltonhouse.org

06/07/2013 through 06/09/2013 HART Theater Presents Ring of Fire

Location: Performing Arts Center at the Shelton House (250 Pigeon Street, Waynesville NC 28786) Times: Friday and Saturday 7:30pm, Sunday 3:00pm You won't want to miss this Broadway Musical hit which celebrates the music of musical legend, country music icon Johnny Cash. Admission: Adults $24.00, Seniors $20.00, Students $12.00 828-456-6322 www.harttheatre.com

06/07/2013 through 06/09/2013 Maggie Valley Bikefest and Swap Meet

Come ride the Great Smokey Mountains of North Carolina and the Blue Ridge Parkway. Music...Yes, hear smoking hot bands playing for one cool price! So make plans to come join us for a jam-packed weekend of biker games, food, fun, and great riding! $5 admission daily ($10=Entire Weekend) Gates open Friday & Saturday from 10am to 11pm daily, Sunday gates open from 10am to 12pm. All bikers and ages welcome. Beer onsite sales. Call 828-736-2217 or visit www.MaggieValleyBikeFest.com for more information & to contact us!

06/08/2013 through 06/08/2013 Appalachian Lifestyle Celebration

A full day celebration of mountain heritage, music, dance, craft, and Appalachian life skills. Educational and entertaining, the event features craft demonstrations such as basketry, woodcarving, quilting, along with storytelling, traditional mountain music, clogging, and old time food vendors. Join us as we celebrate and preserve our mountain lifestyle! No animals allowed at downtown events. Admission: FREE 10:00am - 5:00pm Main Street, Waynesville 828-456-3517 www.downtownwaynesville.com downtownwaynesville@charter.net

06/08/2013 through 06/08/2013 Old Fines Creek Dance & Music

The Old Fines Creek School will have music every Saturday night along with dancing starting in January. Bands will be different throughout the month. Time is from 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Admission $7 for adults children 12 and under free, concessions available along with cakewalks, 50/50, and door prizes. For more information please call 736-8925. Fannie Dorlan 828-736-8925 kimcampbellross@gmail.com

06/14/2013 through 0/14/2013

PICKING IN THE PARK Canton Recreation Park Penland Street Canton NC

Stoney Creek Cloggers and Dixie Darlings, and Stampede Band

Time: 7:00 PM

06/15/2013 through 06/15/2013

Old Fines Creek Dance & Music

The Old Fines Creek School will have music every Saturday night along with dancing starting in January. Bands will be different throughout the month. Time is from 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Admission $7 for adults children 12 and under free, concessions available along with cakewalks, 50/50, and door prizes. For more information please call 736-8925. Fannie Dorlan 828-736-8925 kimcampbellross@gmail.com

06/21/2013 through 06/21/2013

Picking in the Park Canton Recreation Park Penland Street Canton NC

Southern Appalachian and Flatfoot Cloggers and Lisa Price Band

Time: 7:00 PM

06/22/2013 through 06/23/2013 Plottfest

Plottfest, including Great Smoky Mountain Trout & Heritage Festival to benefit Head Start Mountain Projects of Haywood County. Mountain Music Festival celebrating Western North Carolina's Heritage. Showcasing the official NC State Dog, The Plott Hound, Great Smoky Mountain Trout Fishing, food, crafts & clogging. Saturday's music genre and format is Bluegrass with Balsam Range already booked. Sunday: Balsam Range returns to show off their Gospel Roots with other talented musicians. Location: Maggie Valley Festival Grounds Time: Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM; Sunday 12:00 PM TO 8:00 PM Admission: TBD Information: 828-452-1860 www.plottfest.org

06/22/2013 through 06/22/2013 Old Fines Creek Dance & Music

The Old Fines Creek School will have music every Saturday night along with dancing starting in January. Bands will be different throughout the month. Time is from 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Admission $7 for adults children 12 and under free, concessions available along with cakewalks, 50/50, and door prizes. For more information please call 736-8925. Fannie Dorlan 828-736-8925 kimcampbellross@gmail.com

06/28/2013 through 06/30/2013 Maggie Valley Swap Meet & Car Show

Swap Meet, Vendors, Sponsors, Car Show, Food, D.J. & Craft Show Fun for the entire Family. Location: Maggie Valley Festival Grounds Time: June 28/13 -6/30/13 Admission: $5.00 for Adults, Kids under 12 FREE 423-623-2723 or 423-608-4519 www.maggievalleyswapmeet.com rodneybuckner@att.net

06/28/2013 PICKING IN THE PARK

Canton Recreation Park Penland Street Canton NC

Smokey Mt Stompers and J. Creek Cloggers and Vintage Country Band

Time: 7:00 PM

06/28/2013

Mountain Street Dance

Put on your cloggin' & square dancin' shoes and enjoy an old-fashioned mountain hoe down! Live mountain music, demonstrations by local clogging teams, and square dance instruction. Refreshments available. Refreshments and Limited bleacher seating available. Bring a chair or blanket. Sorry no animals allowed at special events. Held on Main Street in front of the historic Haywood County Courthouse. Admission: FREE 6:30pm - 9:30pm www.downtownwaynesville.com downtownwaynesville@charter.net

06/29/2013 through 06/29/2013 Old Fines Creek Dance & Music

The Old Fines Creek School will have music every Saturday night along with dancing starting in January. Bands will be different throughout the month. Time is from 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Admission $7 for adults children 12 and under free, concessions available along with cakewalks, 50/50, and door prizes. For more information please call 736-8925. Fannie Dorlan 828-736-8925 kimcampbellross@gmail.com

06/30/2013 through 07/07/2013

Lake Junaluska Centennial: Homecoming Week

Come home to Lake Junaluska as we celebrate our 100th anniversary. Homecoming week offers a full week of activities celebrating the past, envisioning the future, and sharing the experience. Don't miss your chance to be part of this amazing week at the Lake. For more details visit: www.lakejunaluska.com/centennial-schedule.

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            Saturday is the Day to STAMP OUT HUNGER!

            This Saturday we have the opportunity to help those in need by simply opening our pantry and strolling to the mailbox. For the 21st year, the National Association of Letter Carriers is conducting their Annual Postal Food Drive - STAMP OUT HUNGER! You may have seen the signs or even had a brown bag in your mailbox this week.

            Last year, more than 41,000 pounds of food were collected in Haywood County for Haywood Christian Ministry, Salvation Army, Open Door, and the Community Kitchen. These organizations provide the basic needs of 1000's of local citizens each year. This drive is vital to their ability to continue to help as the needs increase each year.

            As someone that has had the opportunity to participate in the collection, weighing, organizing and distributing of the donations on this day..... I will say, it is an amazing site to see. A simple act from each of us that will help so many!

            So grab your cans, boxes, bags of food, and lets give those letter carriers and lot to carry on Saturday!

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            Need Mulch for Your Spring Landscaping??

            The Town of Waynesville will have compost and double-ground mulch available for pickup 8a.m. to noon Thursday to Saturday, April 11, 12 and 13, at the town yard waste landfill. Fees are:

            "¢ Compost "” regular pickup or trailer, $10 per load; tandem truck, $60 per load.

            "¢ Double ground mulch "” small pickup truck, $ 10 per load; regular pickup truck, $25 per load; tandem truck $100 per load; Roll-off, $200 per load.

            Additional fee of $10 or $20 will be charged for trailers (depending on size).

            A limited amount of single ground mulch will also be available at $10 per load (to cover loading fee) regardless of truck size.

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            Payment must be made by cash or check. Town personnel will be available with a wheel loader to load pickups or trailers. Please be environmentally friendly "” state regulations require that loads be covered.

            The town yard waste landfill is located off Bible Baptist Drive, from Russ Avenue, near the bypass. Go straight through the gate at the end of Bible Baptist Drive and see the attendant.

            The sale will be canceled in the event of wet weather as the site will be too muddy to operate heavy equipment. For information, call 456-3706.