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Main Street Brews and Tunes Welcomes Blue Carpet Corner and Saw Works Brewing Company July 12

 Main Street Jonesborough is excited to continue Main Street Brews and Tunes this Sunday, July 12.  This week will feature performing artist Blue Carpet Corner and beer selections from Saw Work Brewing Company starting at 3 p.m. Tennessee Hills Distillery will also sponsor a cornhole tournament at Jimmy Neil Smith Park. The Noli Food Truck will also be serving up their delicious tacos and sandwiches from 1 to 5 p .m.  All of this will be taking place on the Plaza outside of the International Storytelling Center in Downtown Jonesborough.

 There will be a free growler and fill-up giveaway from Main Street Brews and Tunes event sponsor Chuggernaut at RoadRunner Markets, and registration will take place at Hands Around the World this Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. Music will be provided by Blue Carpet Corner, a local band from Elizabethton, Tenn., whose preferred music genre is Indie/Alternative.

 Tipton Street Pub will be serving Raspberry Honey Ale, Rocky Hop IPA and Brown Ale from Saw Works Brewing Company from Knoxville, Tenn. For more information on Main Street Brews and Tunes, visit Main Street Jonesborough on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

The next Washington County Humane Society pet adoptions will be held on Saturday, July 11th & 25th at the Pet Smart on People's Street in Johnson City. Adoptions are open to the public from 12-5pm each day.

The Friends of Roan Mountain are once again sponsoring the Xtreme Roan Adventures on July 24  & 25.

This is the 8th annual  “get the kids outdoors” event at the Roan Mountain State Park.

 On July 24 the Free Friday Night Adventures will feature ”Rock Stars”, an Owl Prowl, Skins & Skulls, and a Moth Party.

 The real Adventures start on Saturday, July 25 at 9:00 a.m. There will be over twenty Adventures and Activities for children ages 3 to 15. Parents are required to accompany their children on the Adventures.

 For more details or registration information visit the website: XtremeRoanAdventures.org


 3rd Annual Golf Fore Paws fundraiser
Happy Tails Animal Rescue of Washington County, VA is excited to announce an upcoming fundraiser, the 3rd Annual Golf Fore Paws on Saturday July 25th, 2015 at the Clear Creek Golf Course in Bristol, VA (732 Harleywood Rd.).  Happy Tails is often the last line of defense between life and death for many dogs and cats that have been abused, neglected, or are simply no longer wanted, and to-date we have saved over 10,000 animals in Washington County.  The tournament is a 4 person Captains Choice Tournament with registration at 8:00 a.m. and a shotgun start at 9:00 a.m.  Registration fees are $75 per individual or $300 per team of four – includes green/cart fees, breakfast and lunch.  Door prizes will also be given at the end of the event.  RSVP with Tracy Garcia by July 18th by calling 276-791-0080.  Questions may also be sent to happytailsofwashcova@yahoo.com.

McKinney Center Now Offers Kiln Rental for Local Potters 

The McKinney Center at Booker T. Washington School is now offering the opportunity for local potters to kiln fire their mid-range ceramic pieces through a kiln rental process. 

The kiln will have the ability to fire mid-range green ware to cone 04 and mid-range glazed ware at cone 5.  Skilled potters and ceramicists with a working knowledge of clay bodies and glaze applications may call Pam Daniels at 423-753-5097 to schedule a meeting and obtain a copy of Kiln Policies, Pricing, Firing Schedule and Rental Agreement.
Scheduled firing dates include:

July 17 – Bisque Firing

July 31 – Glaze Firing

August 7 – Bisque Firing

August 21 – Glaze Firing  

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