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March 11 Men’s Lacrosse vs. Queens, 2:00 p.m.


March 14 Mars Hill — Spring Break; No


classes for students. Most univer- sity offices will be closed Monday and Tuesday, but open Wednesday through Friday


Mars Hills — Baseball vs. St. Thom- as Aquinas, 2:00 p.m.


March 15 Mars Hill — Spring Break; No


classes for students. Most univer- sity offices will be closed Monday and Tuesday, but open Wednesday through Friday


Mars Hill — Baseball vs. St. Thom- as Aquinas, 11:00 a.m.


March 16 Mars Hill — Spring Break; No


classes for students. Most univer- sity offices will be closed Monday and Tuesday, but open Wednesday through Friday


March 17 Mars Hill — Spring Break; No


classes for students. Most univer- sity offices will be closed Monday and Tuesday, but open Wednesday through Friday


March 18 Asheville – The local chapter of Proj-


ect Linus, a national organization that provides blankets to children in crisis, is sponsoring “Make- A-Blanket Day” from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is an opportunity to participate in creating blankets for seriously ill or traumatized children. The event will be held at Eliada Home, 2 Compton Drive, Asheville, 1.4 miles north of Pat- ton Avenue,


off New Leicester


Highway. Sewing skills are not necessary. All supplies will be provided. Volunteers who prefer to knit and crochet are asked to bring their own projects. Chapter members will also gladly accept finished blankets, or donations of yarn, fabric or gift cards. Re- freshments will be provided. Call Sharon Waltman 828.645.7190, or Ellen Knoefel at 828.645.8800 for more information.


Fletcher — Appalachian Angels of WNC presents Oz Fashion Fan-


tasy Show Doors Open at 7:00pm, Show at 8:00pm at Scarlet’s Coun- ty Dance Club in Fletcher, NC; Adults $10.00, Kids 5-12 $6.00. Ticket price includes preshow mu- sic entertainment, fashion show, after party with the Ryan Perry Band, and a free slice of “Fresh As Can Bee” Cake! For more info visit: Appalachian Angels of WNC on Facebook or call (828)279-7655


Asheville — Make-A-Blanket Day at Eliada Homes. The local chap- ter of Project Linus, a national or- ganization that provides blankets to children in crisis, is sponsoring Make-A-Blanket Day on Satur- day, March 18 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. This is an opportunity to partici- pate in creating blankets for seri- ously ill or traumatized children. The event will be held at Eliada Home, 2 Compton Drive, Ashe- ville. The Eliada Home campus is located 1.4 miles north of Pat- ton Avenue,


off New Leicester


Highway. Sewing skills are not necessary as there will be instruc- tion on “no-sew” fleece blankets. Additional


information: Sharon


Waltman 645-7190 or Ellen Knoefel 645-8800


March 20 Mars Hill — North Buncombe High


school with be performing in the auditorium at Mars Hill Univer- sity at 7 p.m. The event will show- case their music intended to be played on their trip to D.C. for the Army’s “Pershing’s Own” Concert Band Invitationals.


March 21 Mars Hill — MHU Conversations


(3:00-5:00 p.m.) at the Ramsey Center for Regional Studies (inside Renfro Library) Eudai- monia—A presentation on the concept of “human flourishing” What does it mean to be resilient? How do individuals and commu- nities become resilient? How does higher education help to promote resilience, both individually and in communities?


Mars Hill — Silent Worship at 6:30 p.m. Broyhill Chapel and Bentley Fellowship Hall, Part of Worship Emphasis Week. Sponsored by


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Mars Hill — Softball vs. Carson- Newman


the Christian Student Movement. (double-header),


p.m.; Baseball vs. King, 2:00 p.m.


March 22 Mars Hill — Art Exhibit Opening


Reception (6:00 p.m.) in Weizen- blatt Gallery (Moore Fine Arts Building) The statement: “Con- text, Pretext, Subtext: Words in Art, Art in Words” is an exhibit curated by two Mars Hill Uni- versity professors, Kenn Kotara (art) and Eric Steineger (Eng- lish). An exhibit that explores the situation, purpose, and meaning in language intended to inform and confound. This exhibit showcases contemporary artists — painters, poets, performers, and sculptors of art — and their take on text. For anyone interested in taking a deeper look at words, this exhibi- tion examines the textual perspec- tive of artists and their intentions. Participating artists: Tina Barr, Dusty Benedict, Caleb Beissert, Michael Boyko, Ian M Cage, Hooman Haghbin, Kristy Higby, Constance Humphries, Kenn Ko- tara, Leslie Rowland, and Eric Steineger. Exhibit runs March 22 through April 21.


Mars Hill — Sole Hope Party (6:30 p.m.) Bentley Fellowship Hall and Part of Worship Emphasis Week. Students will cut fabric patterns


2:00


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to be used by the aid organization Sole Hope to provide shoes for residents of Uganda.


Mars Hill — Spring Poetry Slam (7:00 p.m.) Ponder Atrium in Fer- guson Math and Science Center Students will compete for prizes by performing their own spoken word poetry in the slam style. Guest speakers/judges will be Ed Mabrey and Kimbi “the Goddess” Yates, both of whom are award- winning slam poets. Sponsored by the Black Student Association (BSA).


Mars Hill — Men’s and Women’s Tennis vs. Anderson, 1:00 p.m.


March 23 Mars Hill — Jobs, Internships, and


Graduate School Fair (10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.) at Day Hall, Guffey Commons (2nd floor) Open to the public. Businesses, non-profits, and educational institutions will be represented.


Mars Hill—UNITE (6:30 p.m.)


at Broyhill Chapel and Bentley Fellowship Hall as Part of Wor- ship Emphasis Week. Sponsored by Mars Hill University’s three student ministry organizations: Blueprint, Christian Student Movement, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Coffee house at 6:30 in the fellowship hall; wor- ship at 7:00 in the chapel.


March 24 Baseball vs. Newberry, 3:00 p.m.


March 25 Marshall, N.C.—Pruning Work-


shop (10am-2pm) Learn how to prune your grapes - Head/Cane pruning & Spur pruning. Please bring your pruning shears. The class/workshop will cost $35 and will include a catered lunch. Call Chuck at 828-606-3130 for more information. Or go to our website www.JeweloftheBlueRidge.com to register and pay in advance.


Mars Hill — Baseball vs. Newberry (double-header), 12:00 p.m.; Men’s and Women’s Tennis vs. Brevard, 1:00 p.m.


March 26 Mars Hill — Men’s Lacrosse vs. Lenoir-Rhyne, 2:00 p.m.


March 28 Mars Hill — Reverend Teijo Mun-


nich (11:00 a.m.) Rev. Teijo Munnich will speak at the Crossroads service in Broyhill Chapel. She is founder and Dhar- ma teacher for the Zen Center of Asheville, Dharma teacher for Charlotte Zen Meditation Soci- ety, and abbess of Great Tree Zen Women’s Temple N.C.


in Alexander,


April 4 Mars Hill —Kyle Matthews (11:00


a.m.) Singer-songwriter and teacher will lead the Crossroads service in Broyhill Chapel.


April 6 Marshall, N.C.—Pruning Work-


shop (10am-2pm) Learn how to prune your grapes - Head/Cane pruning & Spur pruning. Please bring your pruning shears. The class/workshop will cost $35 and will include a catered lunch. Call Chuck at 828-606-3130 for more information. Or go to our website www.JeweloftheBlueRidge.com to register and pay in advance.


April 7 Mars Hill – Mars Hill University is


hosting a concert featuring Da- vid Holt and the Lightning Bolts April 7 at 7 p.m. in the Moore Auditorium. The concert is part of the university’s “Presidential Lecture and Performance Series.”


14 THE TRIBUNE/LEADER - March 16 - March 22, 2017 P.O. Box 2293 Weaverville, NC 28787


General admission tickets are $15 in advance, and $20 at the door; VIP tickets for preferred seating are $25. Advance tickets are avail- able online at http://www.mhu. edu/news-events/lecture-series.


April 12 Mars Hill — SLAM / David La-


Motte — The Student Liberal Arts Mosaic (SLAM) is a show- case of student research, perfor- mance, and creativity. Classes are suspended for the day and students lead presentations of their work for audiences of their fellow students, faculty, staff, and the surrounding community. The plenary speaker for SLAM 2017 is David LaMotte, an award win- ning singer-songwriter, speaker, and writer. His topic is expected to be “Worldchanging 101: Challeng- ing the Myth of Powerlessness.”


April 25 President Trump’s First 100 Days: Perspectives from the Left and Right (7:30 p.m.) Part of the Presidential Lecture and Performance Series. Featur- ing a moderated discussion be- tween Rick Glazier of the NC Jus- tice Center and John Hood of the John William Pope Foundation.


April 28 Mars Hill — Bailey Mountain Clog- gers Spring Concert


April 30 Mars Hill — Bailey Mountain Clog- gers Spring Concert


May 13 Mars Hill — Spring Commencement


(9:30 a.m.) Graduation speaker: Walter Ziffer, Holocaust survivor and retired Mars Hill University religion professor. Limited public access due to seating availability, but the commencement ceremony will be streamed live on the MHU website.


Ongoing Weekly Buncombe County – Flu vaccines are available at the Buncombe County Health and Human Services Im- munization Clinic, 53 S. French Broad Ave. in downtown Ashe- ville. Parking is free, behind the building, and no appointment is necessary from Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. Clients are asked to check in by 4:30 p.m. The cost of the flu vac- cine at the immunization clinic ranges from $38 to $57, depend- ing on the type of flu vaccine re- ceived. The clinic accepts Medic- aid, Medicare, private insurance and self-pay (cash, check, debit or credit card). Those with no insur- ance may qualify for free vaccines based


on eligibility. Addition-


ally, flu shots are available at most health care provider offices, phar- macies and grocery stores.


Call the Buncombe County Immu- nization Clinic with questions at 828.250.5096, or visit the website at: www.buncombecounty.org/flu.


Weaverville — The town of Weaver- ville is transitioning from a paper newsletter to an electronic news- letter. Sign up for the e-newsletter at the town website: http://www. weavervillenc.org/newsletter- sign-up. Subscribers can continue receiving the paper newsletter by calling 828.645-7116, or by visit- ing the following link: http://www. weavervillenc.org/contact.


This


website link will instruct visitors to type, “Paper Focus,” along with providing a name and address.


Barnardsville — The Thrift Store at the Big Ivy Community Center, 540 Dillingham Road, is open Tuesdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Donations are welcome and accepted during op-


eration hours.


Barnardsville — The Big Ivy Library at the Big Ivy Community Center, 540 Dillingham Road, is open Tuesdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. The library now offers an adult literacy program on Fridays from 10 to 11 a.m. A retired school teacher is volunteer- ing time to help our adult patrons who struggle with reading. Call Lynn to sign up or for further in- formation on these new programs at 828.626.3438.


Weaverville — The Weaverville Se- nior Meal Site, a program through Buncombe County Council on Aging, is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the fellowship hall of First Baptist Church, 63 N. Main St. Various programs are offered each day, all followed by lunch. Please stop by and get a calendar of events or contact Jennifer Hilliard, direc- tor at 828.645.6720 for additional information.


Woodfin — Asheville Ballet, 4 Weaverville Hwy., offers open enrollment. Visit


the studio’s


website at: www.ashevilleballet. com for current classes, or call 828.215.3728.


Weaverville — The Garden Club of Weaverville is currently selling the cookbook, “Good Cooking; Good Times.” The cookbook con- tains 300 recipes gathered from the Weaverville community. The cost of the cookbook is $10. All proceeds go to the beautification of Weaverville. The cookbook can be purchased from the fol- lowing Weaverville merchants: Dry Ridge B&B, Dry Ridge Mu- seum, Home Gear, Shop Around the Corner, Weaverville Yoga, Weaverville Pharmacy and All Good Coffee. Call Anna Nagy at 828.658.1154 for more informa- tion.


Buncombe County — Residents may be eligible for a health exam and cancer screening at no cost. Buncombe County residents be- tween the ages of 18 – 64 who have limited income and limited or no insurance may qualify. If you or someone you know might qualify, please contact the Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Pro- gram (BCCCP) at 828.250.6006 or


visit www.buncombecounty. org/health.


Asheville — The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give blood and help meet the constant need for blood products by pa- tients. To make an appointment to give blood, download the Red Cross Blood Donor app when visiting redcrossblood.org or call 800.733.2767.


Upcoming blood donation opportu- nities at the Asheville Blood Do- nor Center, 100 Edgewood Road:


Please call 800.733.2767 to schedule an appointment. • Mondays, 12:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. • Tuesdays, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. • Wednesdays, ($10 Neo Burrito gift certificates available) 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. • Thursdays, 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.


Buncombe County — The Council on Aging of Buncombe County in coordination with Legal Aid of North Carolina and other mem- bers of the North Carolina navi- gator consortium have received federal funding since 2013 to train and deploy health care navigators who work one-on-one with con- sumers to help them understand the financial help available and enroll in affordable health insur- ance plans through the market- place. The service is free, unbiased and confidential and available in all 100 counties. The Council on Aging of Buncombe County pro- vides navigator assistance in 11 counties in Western North Caro- lina, including Buncombe. For free confidential assistance call 855.733.3711 to schedule an ap- pointment. For more information, visit www.coabc.org/.


Buncombe County — The Breakfast of Senior Champions. The Council on Aging is now accepting nomi- nations of exceptional seniors to be honored at the second annual Breakfast of Senior Champions celebrating older adults and the contributions community.


they make to the


Anyone can nominate a Senior Champion - an older adult who has made an impact upon their lives, or the community. Individu- als aged 60 and older who live, work or volunteer in Buncombe County are eligible. Nominations


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