(1) 69 Love Songs!
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Time: 8:00pm until 12:00am
8 of Asheville’s best bands play the incomparable 69 Love Songs release by The Magnetic Fields in its entirety! The Valentine’s event of the year!
Get tickets now, last time it was completely SOLD OUT!
Show starts at 8pm. $10 advance / $13 day of show.
For full description visit: http://www.thegreyeagle.com/calendar/
Playing live will be:
Kovacs & the Polar Bear
Jeff Santiago y Los Gatos Negros
Now You See Them
Holiday Childress w/ Chuck & Stephanie from Stephanie’s Id
Wilson The Rocker
Jay Martin & the New Euphemisms
(2) ASHEVILLE GOT TALENT? YOU BET!
We’ve got 20 really interesting local performers…and they’re together for one night only.
This Saturday 7:30 at the beautiful Masonic Temple on Broadway St.
**If you haven’t seen the place yet, come early to get free tours of this historic building.
Everything from amazing tap dancers, ballroom duets, award winning jazz and modern, awesome singers, bands, you name it!
AND the audience gets to cheer and vote for who they want to win the $1000 in cash prizes.
This fun event is also a fundraiser for Eblen Charities, so what’s not to like?
TICKETS ONLY $10 IN ADVANCE HERE: http://fb.eventpal.com/PurchaseTicket.aspx?eId=3107 or $13 at the door
Come on out and SLAM WITH US!
(3) SCORE Workshop
How to Write a Business Plan, Part 1
Presented by Asheville SCORE & Neil Rosenberg
In How To Write a Business Plan (Part 1) we cover:
Why do I need a Business Plan?
What are the Benefits of a Business Plan?
What is the Importance of making it REAL?
Characteristics of a Good Business Plan
Elements of a Good Business Plan
You can save money by registering online. Go to our web site (click link below) for more details.
DATE: Saturday, February 11, 2012
TIME: 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM
LOCATION: AB Tech Enka Campus
Meet Your Instructor
With more than 30 years in product development, project management and light industry, Neil has experience with a variety of technologies, from medical devices to impact printers to computer software development and manufacturing. Most recently he has been consulting in design and engineering related to robotics and automation, with emphasis on mobile platform development. Familiar with the entrepreneurial process, he co-founded and partnered in a profitable small software company for over 20 years. His particular interests are in product design, technical innovation/invention and development and manufacturing processes and automation.
If you enjoy the theatre, please consider joining the SART “family” as a volunteer. It’s a great way to meet and interact with new people, you will have fun, and you will also help make our 2012 season the best ever.
We have plenty of opportunities in any and all of the following areas:
* Updating database
* Keeping website current
* Coordinating other volunteers
* Assisting at the Box Office
* Hosting Opening Night receptions
* Sponsoring home parties for other SART friends
* Helping the House Manager
* Cleaning theater
* Conducting 50-50 raffle
* Assisting in SART Business Office
* Taking tickets
* Other? We welcome your suggestions as to how you can help us!
To find out more: Please send an email to: email@example.com and put VOLUNTEER in the subject line. In the body of your email, include your name, phone number, email and mailing address along with information about what you might be interested in doing. We will get back to you. Or if you want to speak with someone, please call Blaine Greenfield, one of our Board members, at 828.633.1049. He can answer any questions you may have.
“Great opportunities to help others seldom come, but small ones surround us every day.”— Sally Koch, author
(5) If you’ve been looking for an opportunity to volunteer for a good cause, now’s your chance.
Mission Childrens’ Hospital needs your help for its 4th annual Radiothon with KISS Country 99.9. Volunteers are needed to staff booths throughout the mall in 3-hour shifts on either Friday, February 17th or Saturday, February 18th. For more information, please contact our Biltmore Lake volunteers, Blaine Greenfield at 633-1049, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Carol Keleher at 670-7821, email: email@example.com.
In addition, the Radiothon is in need of musicians/entertainers who would be available in 2 hour shifts on either Friday or Saturday. If you’d be interested in performing or you know somebody who might be, please contact Marilynne Herbert, another volunteer, at 633.2049; email: MHerbert1@aol.com.
The Radiothon has raised over $300,000 to help the children of Western North Carolina. Mission Childrens’ Hospital never bases care on the ability to pay. We need your help to continue to serve all children in our area. The Radiothon is a lot of work from a lot of dedicated people, and we invite you to join in this joyful experience.
For more information about the Radiothon, please visit: http://www.99kisscountry.com/pages/radiothon2011.html.