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Wednesday, 12 January 2011 21:38

Winter Thursdays at Blue Ridge Books

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It’s easy to get cabin fever during mountain winters, so consider making Thursday evening the night to venture to Blue Ridge Books and News. You can buy a great cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate, have some dessert, and watch or participate in some entainment and fun.

Here’s what’s planned:    

• Open Mic Nite — 1st Thursday Evening of Each Month, 7-9 p.m.

Thanks to the organizational efforts of the Haywood County Arts Council, all are invited to the Open Mic night once a month. Come to share a talent or enjoy the talents of your neighbors. Come just a little early if you’d like to sign up to perform.    

• Open Celtic Music Session — 2nd Thursday Evening of Each Month 6:30-8 p.m.

Professional and amateur musicians come together to play Irish music. Come to play or just to enjoy. If you’d like to play, check out the following websites so you can be prepared for the playlist: www.sunrise-entertainment.com/blueridgebooks.htm and  www.sunrise-entertainment.com/openplaylistA.html.    

• Game Night — 4th Thursday of Each Month, 6:30-8 p.m.

Get out of your house, bring some old friends and make some new ones. Come in and play board games. It’s the perfect event for all ages. We’ll have some games on hand, but feel free to bring your favorite from home.

For more information contact Blue Ridge Books, 152 S. Main St., Waynesville, 828.456.6000 or visit www.blueridgebooksnc.com.

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