Celebrating 10 Years
Where Time Stands Still October 2016
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It’s the Fourth Quarter
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Dates to Remember Saluda Tailgate Market, every Friday, 4:30 to 6:30 through October. Saluda Business Association meets Tuesday, October 4 at 5:30pm at the Saluda Library. Saluda Community Land Trust meets Wednesday, October 5 at 3pm at Saluda Presbyterian Church office. Town Council meets the second Monday of the month at 7:00pm in the meeting room above the Saluda Library. Saluda Downtown Foundation 2nd Tuesday at 5:00pm at the Saluda Library. The Historic Saluda Committee will meet October 7, 2pm at Saluda Library. Saluda Train Tales, Stoker on Stoker presentations at Saluda Historic Depot, October 15 @ 7pm & 16 @ 1:30pm. Women's Club will meet October 11, 10am at Saluda Presbyterian Church. Saluda Garden Club, will meet at Saluda Library on October 17 at 10am. Saluda Railroad Day October 22, 10am to 5pm downtown Saluda. Saluda Center Potluck and Bingo, Monday, October 31 at 6pm. Everyone is welcomed. A special meeting of the Saluda branch of Tree City USA meets at 4pm, October 12 in the Saluda Community Library. Saluda Welcome Table, every Tuesday, with dinner served from 5:30 to 6:45PM in the fellowship hall of Saluda United Methodist Church. All are welcomed. Donations accepted. Al-Anon Family Group meets every Tuesday, 6:30pm at the Saluda Center, 64 Greenville St. Polk County Extension Club Polk County Extension Club, an extension of meets at 2:00pm the fourth Tuesday.
And Saluda is in its winning season as time races through the year and fall is upon us. The splendor of fall in the mountains will bring thousands to the area to see the breath-taking colors of fall foliage. As the cooler weather ignites the change of color in the leaves, dry leaves are already beginning to fall after a hot, dry summer. Acorns and hickory nuts clattering through trees are keeping up with falling leaves while squirrels swiftly gather them up for winter storage.
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Saludians are also canning and storing away locally grown summer vegetables to enjoy this winter. As summer time chipped away, and Autumn serenades us with its melody of color, Saludians wonder “where did the time go.” If time is our playing field, then we are in the fourth quarter and it has been said that “time flies when you are having fun.”
Time didn’t pass Saluda by; we asked it to go around.” Author unknown
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What’s Happening in Music and Art What's Happening at the Purple Onion NEW FALL HOURS Labor Day marked the end of our summer hours and seven-day week. We are now closed on Wednesdays until May 1.
Live Music in October Fred Whiskins tickling the ivories every Friday evening. October 1 – Chuck Johnson & Charlyhorse This fine Americana roots band returns. October 6 – Bob Sinclair and The Big Deals Wonderful relaxed and interesting Southern influenced music from this group.
October 27 – Michael Reno Harrell Fine songs and equally entertaining stories from this old friend. October 29 – The Lonesome Road Band As good as the best bluegrass music that you will ever hear. Music is scheduled at the Purple Onion by Robert Seiler.
Saluda Grade Café Music on Friday Nights Music is perfect to enjoy while dining, and it keeps even the youngest enthralled! It makes us dance, inspires us to learn and just to be the best that we can be. Thank you friends for Friday night Old Timey Music! Music starts @ 7...See you there!
October 8 – Dogwhistle We have grown to love this group which features our own Scott Allen. October 13 – Chuck Brodsky This storyteller supreme returns to tell us more.
Call 828-749-5854 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Located at 40 East Main Street.
October 15 – Stolen Hearts This duo dishes up Dirty Southern Soul music of the finest kind.
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October 22 – Shana Blake Band We love this band as it brings a new take on old soul cover music.
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at 26 Church Street.
The Dancer's Extension
The Purple Onion is located at 16 Main Street, Saluda, NC 28774.
We are open: Tuesday thru Saturday, 11-3, lunch; Wednesday thru Saturday, 5-9, dinner; "Music on Friday Nights" at 7pm; Sunday 11-7. Visit us on the web at saludagradecafe.com or on Facebook.
October 20 – Beth Wood “A thoughtful songwriter and talented multi-instrumentalist with a supple, soulful voice.”-Washington Post
*The Green River Brew Depot is a private bar that requires a membership. Half Pint memberships are $5 and Full Pint memberships are $10 annually. Stop in the Depot today to find out more about what your membership will include! Stay updated on Facebook. Green River Brew Depot is located
Hours: Monday-Friday: 411pm Saturday and Sunday Noon11pm Join us at Green River Brew Depot for live music, weekly drink specials, and events led by local talent. We offer 14 rotating taps and over 50 bottle beers along with an assortment of wines.
The Dancer's Extension continues to accept registrations for the 20162017 academic year. We offer professional instruction in ballet, contemporary and jazz for ages 3 to adult. This month, Ms. Sonya will be attending the National Dance Education Organization's National Conference in Washington, DC. She will be representing private studios at the conference in a presentation about dance education in rural areas. In addition, she will be reporting to the NDEO Board of Directors on the importance of Registered Dance Educators. Ms. Sonya is very excited to represent our community on a national level! The Dancer's Extension will be closed Tuesday, October 4 through Monday, October 10, and classes on these days will be rescheduled. Classes will resume on a regular schedule on Tuesday, October 11. Again, we thank all those in the community for supporting dance education and The Dancer's Extension. Our studio is located in Saluda, at I-26, in the Don Mintz center. Please contact the studio at 828749-9398, email email@example.com or visit our website at thedancersextension.com for more information and updated schedule. Keep up-to-date with class changes on
William Jameson Workshops Fall on the Blue Ridge, Saluda, NC October 17-21, 2016 This workshop consists of 5 painting days exploring the landscape of the Southern Blue Ridge. Each day we will have a different location which will offer a variety of subjects, then break for an early lunch ("Dutch") at one of Saluda's delightful cafes and return to painting. There isn't a more beautiful time to interpret the Southern Blue Ridge landscape. Saluda's Victorian cottages and the fall foliage, waterfalls and winding streams nearby provide spectacular opportunities for painting and photography. The workshop is open for beginners to advanced, with oneto-one instruction in watercolor, oil, acrylic, and pen and ink sketching, and daily demonstrations and critique. Also, included is a get acquainted party the evening prior to our workshop. Participants may work in any or all media and a materials list will be sent to all painters. As this is a most popular time to visit Saluda, we suggest immediate reservations for accommodations. This workshop also fills quickly! For more information on any of these workshops, please visit www.williamjameson.com; email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Bill at 828.749.3101
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Mainline Sunday Concerts at the Ella Grace Mintz Stage at McCreery Park 4pm To 6pm The Saluda Downtown Foundation Sunday afternoon concerts benefit the "Save Saluda Streetscape" project. Proceeds from your donations will contribute to improving Saluda's streets and sidewalks.
Final Sunday Concert October 2 with the Super 60’s
Playing at this final event will be The Super 60's, a musical retrospective of one of America's most turbulent periods. The joy and celebration of Woodstock, the enigma of Vietnam, the tragic loss of the Kennedy's, and man landing on the moon. A period of time in which so much was happening, so fast, that those of us who lived through it sometimes wonder how we made it. Their music will bring back the feeling and memories of those days-not only through music, but also through their visual techniques that were relevant in that period. No alcoholic beverages. Bring your chairs, blankets, picnic and cooler and enjoy music in the park on a Sunday afternoon. Rain or shine event. If rain, concerts may move to pavilion. For more information about Save Saluda Streetscapes, please contact Judy Ward at 828-674-
7th Annual Artist’s Autumn Air Fair in Saluda Saluda’s Nostalgia Courtyard will host the 7th annual Artist’s Autumn Art Fair in the Nostalgia Parking Lot, 171 E Main Street, Saluda on October 8, 2016 from 10am to 4pm. Stroll through the artist’s exhibits to discover Halloween hats, Container gardens, Birdhouses, Signs, Stickers, Screen prints, Tie Dye Items, Scarves, Sculptures, Embroidered Bags, Aprons, Sweatshirts and Placemats, Jewelry, Paintings, Clay art, Floral art, Watercolors, Ceramics, Chainsaw Art, Photography, Walking Sticks, Native American Flutes, Beads, Ornaments and Leather work! “This event has grown each year with a variety of artists and craftspeople. It is the perfect opportunity to support some very local, small businesses and get a jump start on holiday shopping with unique, one of a kind items for everyone, “says Debi Thomas of Wildflour Bakery. Everyone’s favorite, Hogtown Squealers from Brevard will entertain the crowd with their toe-tappin’, hand-clappin’, thigh slappin' music. Food and refreshments available during the event at Wildflour Bakery and Meanwhile Back in Saluda. This is an annual event and sponsored by the businesses in Nostalgia Courtyard. 171 East Main Street, Saluda, NC, 28773. For more information, please call 828-749-9224.
WNC Open Studios Saluda artist, Bradly Schwartz will be participating in the inaugural 2016 WNC Open Studio from Oct 116. Standard hours are 10am to 5pm. Please check his open hour schedule at http://www.wncopenstudios.org/a rtist-directory/category/polk. Residents and visitors can connect with 40 artists throughout Polk, Buncombe, and Transylvania counties during this event. To plan your tour and for more information visit WNCOpenStudios.org.
Saluda Community News Congratulations To Our Own 90 Year Old Martha Stoney Anderson Who Won 11 Ribbons In The North Carolina Mountain State Fair This Year! Some of her knitted items included shawls, socks, a baby sweater, woman’s sweater, baby blanket and a stuffed owl which won a 1st place ribbon, Best of Show and Judges Choice. Martha, you are a WINNER!
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Brown BagWhere There Is A Need, There Is A Way! Brown Bags Available, October 21, 3pm to 4pm at Transfiguration Church and the Saluda Fire Department. Anyone with questions or with information concerning someone in need, please contact Bill Sutton at 404-538-6413 or the Transfiguration Church office at 828-749-9740.
Annual Turkey Dinner The Saluda United Methodist Church's annual Turkey Dinner is Saturday, November 12, 2016 at the Saluda School Cafeteria. A delicious meal of turkey, dressing with gravy, green beans, sweet potatoes, rolls, and homemade desserts will be served from 5:00 until 7:00 p.m. Church members will begin to sell tickets on Monday, October 10, 2016. Adult tickets are $9 per person, and children 12 years of age and under are $5 per person. You may also purchase your tickets at the door on the night of the dinner. Take-our plates will be available, but no take-out drinks will be provided. If you have questions, please call 828-749-3789.
St. Matthews Music Fundraiser On October 16th the pavilion at McCreery park will be the site of a fundraiser for the old St. Matthews church. The time is 5pm-9pm. Please come and join us for an evening of music, dance, and friendship. Funds raised will be used for repairs, maintenance and utilities. Donations will be appreciated.
St. Matthews is located on Irving Street and is used for artistic endeavors. The Saluda Community Choir and various music groups use the space to gather for practice and fun. Please contact Mark Lauer @ 828808-2976 for more information.
Saluda Living In Place To Sponsor Free Fish Fry On October 15Reservations by October 5 Following the success of our health fair on September 8, the Saluda Living in Place Committee, which is now a committee of the Saluda Center, is sponsoring a Fish Fry on Saturday, October 15, from 5 – 7 p.m. at the Saluda Center, 64 Greenville St. in Saluda. The Fish Fry is being cosponsored by The Meeting Place in Columbus and the Saluda Center. All are welcome, and we encourage you to attend to get to meet someone in our community that you have never met before. The Fish Fry is free (donations are always welcome), but you must make a reservation by October 5 by calling Donna Carson at the Saluda Center at 828-749-9245. We need to know how many to expect. James Metcalf and the Colt Creek Band will be performing so this will be a special evening for everyone. The Saluda Living in Place is a new committee with the purpose of bringing the community together to help all of us stay in our homes as long as we can as we grow older. Our purpose is two-fold: to provide fun and productive activities to keep our minds and bodies healthy and active, and to provide resources to support both. “Enhancing the lives of seniors living in place through access to services and health care, entertainment, opportunities for education and social activities, and opportunities for
volunteering, we can create a vision of hope for our seniors and strengthen our community.” Please encourage your friends and neighbors to attend the fish fry, and we hope to see you on October 15.
Judy Ward, Fred & Terry Baisden Special Note from Judy Ward: The most appreciation goes to Terry and Fred Baisden for organizing and working so hard for our community and making this day so special.
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Here are the furnishings needed for the demonstration project in front of Thompson's Store, which will be replicated along all of Main Street:
Charlie Ward Memorial Pig Out Appreciation
1 trash and recycling receptacle 1 bistro table and two chairs or stools, depending on the decision to use a regular or elevated table 1 street lamp 1 tree grate 2 trees Installation of all items
Charlie Ward is not forgotten, which was evident at the Pig Out on Saturday, September 10, 2016.
This is a $10,000 project.
Thank you to the following for making the Charlie Ward Memorial Pig Out a huge success once again: Chad Baldwin Jerry & Barb Cole Rhonda Corley Donna Davenport Lee Ellis Susie Hearn Herb & Donna Humphries Ashley Keener Melanie Keener Sean Mintz Anita Moore John & Cathy Rhodes & Family Catherine Ross Connie Scicluna Margaret Sease Bill & Betty Wilkerson Mary Louise Wilkie Thank you also to the Saluda Volunteer Fire Department, the Saluda Center, the City Employees, Entegra Bank, and Green River Barbecue. Thanks to Jeff Hayes and the Main Stage Band for performing on the Ella Grace Mintz Stage. There would be no Pig Out in memory of Charlie each year without your continued support! Thanks for that. See you next year!
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is to make the sidewalks safer, a desirable place to meet friends, have a cup of coffee and enjoy Saluda's beautiful shops. If the sidewalks are safe and attractive, then you and your visitors will spend more time here and it will make you proud of your Saluda streetscape.
All donations will be welcomed. Donors who give $250 or more will be recognized on a plaque that will be placed on the brick wall in Pace Park. Items can be given in honor of, or in memory of, someone. Deadline for donations for this project is October 31, 2016 and work will begin immediately.
Saluda’s Downtown Streets Need Your Help! If you have walked Main Street Saluda recently, then you know that the sidewalks downtown are desperately in need of repair. The 50+ year-old once beautiful, northern red maple trees that line the sidewalks have lived way past their life span and need replacing. Since beautifying downtown is one of the goals for the Saluda Downtown Foundation, it has taken on a demonstration project of helping the city by raising funds for sidewalk furnishings for a portion of Main Street. The goal
Donations can be made payable and sent to City of Saluda, P.O. Box 248, Saluda, NC 28773 with notation "sidewalk furnishings" or "Saluda Downtown Foundation." If you have any questions about the furnishings, please contact Jon Cannon at 828-748-2581 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have You Seen This Strange Figure on Main Street If you have walked up and down Main Street in Saluda, then you probably saw this handsome conductor standing in front of a store with his hand out! Named after the
heroic engineer who survived a crash on the Saluda Grade and who came up with the idea of the safety tracks, Mr. Pit is helping the Saluda Downtown Foundation to collect money to help with the improvements on Main Street sidewalks. Next time you encounter Mr. Pit, and his hand is out, give him your pocket change. Every little bit will help move us down the track and closer to our goal. Saluda Downtown Foundation
Saluda Railroad Day
Since July 4, 1878, when the first passenger train came to Saluda, the railroad and the city of Saluda have always had a special connection. We would like to showcase this special bond. On Saturday, October 22, 2016, from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., the City of Saluda will be holding Saluda’s Railroad Day. We would like to invite everyone to come and help us celebrate our rich history of the railroad. Railroad Model Displays will be setup throughout the town provided by Apple Valley Model Railroad Club. Asheville Model Railroad Club will have a large scale model in the gym at Saluda School. There will be a trackless train ride for children, arts & crafts, live music, hobo stew, and antique railroad push cars on display. Polk County History Museum will have a display of railroad artifacts in M. A. Pace General Store. Hub City Model Railroad Club will be showing videos of their trips up the famous Saluda Grade. Something for everyone will be at this event. For more information or to be a part of the fun, visit www.cityofsaludanc.com or call Tangie Morgan at 828-749-1514.
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Saluda Center News (All events and activities take place at the Saluda Center on Greenville Street.) For information about renting the facility, please call 828-749-9245. The Saluda Center Book Club will meet on Thurs., Oct. 6 at 2 pm to discuss Luncheon of the Boating Party by Susan Vreeland. Instantly recognizable, Auguste Renoir's masterpiece depicts a gathering of his real friends enjoying a summer Sunday on a café terrace along the Seine near Paris. A wealthy painter, an art collector, an Italian journalist, a war hero, a celebrated actress, and Renoir's future wife, among others, share this moment of la vie moderne, a time when social constraints were loosening and Paris was healing after the Franco-Prussian War. Parisians were bursting with a desire for pleasure and a yearning to create something extraordinary out of life. Renoir shared these urges and took on this most challenging project at a time of personal crises in art and love, all the while facing issues of loyalty and the diverging styles that were tearing apart the Impressionist group. Narrated by Renoir and seven of the models and using settings in Paris and on the Seine, Vreeland illuminates the gusto, hedonism, and art of the era. With a gorgeous palette of vibrant, captivating characters, she paints their lives, loves, losses, and triumphs in a brilliant portrait of her own.
Saluda Living in Place (SLIP), a new concept in Saluda, which is aimed at helping seniors stay in their own homes as they age, is sponsoring a FREE fish fry at the center on Sat. Oct. 15 from 5-7 pm. Colt Creek Band will be performing. You must call Donna at 828-749-9245 to make a reservation by Oct. 5. All are welcome. Community potluck and bingo, Mon., Oct. 31 at 6:00 pm. Plan to attend and bring a covered dish. Medicare assistance is available by appointment with a trained SHIIP volunteer, Senior’s Health Insurance Information Program, a division of the Department of Insurance, call 828-749-9245. Medical loan equipment is available; please call Donna to see if we have what you need. A Thrifty barn basement sales is open every Saturday from 10:00 am-1:00 pm and every Wednesday from 10:00 am-4:00 pm. Donations are accepted. A Thrifty Barn is open Wed. through Sat. from 10:00 am-4:00 pm. Call (828) 393-7891 to volunteer or for more information. Please refer to the Saluda Center calendar for all regularly scheduled activities. There is no membership fee. If you would like to receive the Saluda Center calendar via email, please contact Donna at email@example.com to be added to our email list. The Saluda Center is located at 64 Greenville St. Phone is 828749-9245.
The Social Singles of Saluda Potluck Dinner will be Thurs., Oct. 13 at 6pm. Our group is for men and women over the age of 40. If you have a partner or are separated, we consider you single. Just bring a dish of your choice for all of us to share. Call Anita Ogden Moore at 828-7493335 for more information.
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area. Please consider volunteering and learning more about your home town by becoming part of the Saluda Historic Depot & Museum.
Check out current exhibits and events at saludahistoricdepot.com.
Please contact Anita Moore, Volunteer Coordinator by email firstname.lastname@example.org or cell 404-626-2090. You can also talk with Judy Ward at Thompson's Store 828-749-2321.
Museum is open ThursdaySunday, noon to 4pm, and holidays. Exhibits include railroad dioramas, train artifacts, and Saluda early day’s photos.
For more information, please contact Judy Ward at 828-6745958 or email@example.com or Cathy Jackson at 828-817-2876 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now through December, popular artwork from Bill and Anne Jameson will be on display and for sale. Admission is always free but voluntary donations are appreciated. Donations can be made by mailing to Saluda Historic Depot, PO Box 990, Saluda, NC 28773 or through Paypal at SaludaHistoricDepot.com. website. When online shopping, we invite you to shop at SmileAmazon.com and select Saluda Historic Depot as your favorite charity. A small percentage of all your purchases will go toward our fundraising.
Saluda Historic Depot Calendar October/November October 15-16 – Stoker on Stoker and Mysteries of Dracula with Dacre Stoker October 17 – 1st Annual Golf Tournament at Bright’s Creek. October 31 – Costume Halloween Party & Potluck November/December – Holiday Gallery with open reception Friday, Nov 4 at 6:30pm. Hours will be Thur-Sun, noon to 4pm.
Volunteers Needed! We need volunteers for 2 hours per week, Thursday to Sunday from 12 to 4. This is the best way to learn the history of Saluda and meet people from all over the world. Saluda has become a destination and over the past 18 months we have had over 3000 visitors at the Depot. It is so rewarding to meet the visitors that come to Saluda who want to know about the trains that once climbed the grade. Please do something good for yourself and your community and help us at the depot. We invite stay-athome Moms and Dads, teenage students, and new people to our
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Bringing Dracula to Life in Saluda after 100 Years Dacre Stoker, great-grand nephew of Bram Stoker, author of Dracula, will present two multimedia presentations: the first, Stoker on Stoker, the Mysteries behind the Writing of Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula, and the second, A Modern Day Tour of Transylvania to investigate the inseparable connection between the real Prince Vlad Dracula lll and literature’s Count Dracula. Dacre will also be available at the depot to sell and sign copies of his sequel Dracula: The Un-Dead.
Published in 2009, the sequel was released and written by Dacre Stoker and screenwriter, Ian Holt. Along with their research, the book is based on Bram Stoker's own handwritten notes for characters and plot threads taken from the original edition. The release of this book was Dacre Stoker’s debut as a writer. Dacre Stoker‘s compelling and informative presentation weaves together the details of Dracula’s history with Stoker family history, and Bram Stoker’s life in Dublin and London, then separates fact from popular fiction....revealing the truth about all things Stoker and Dracula. Customized to appeal to high school and university groups, Gothic scholars, vampire fans, or history buffs, Stoker on Stoker has fascinated audiences around the world by exploring the issues behind the mysteries that have baffled Dracula scholars and fans since the book’s publication in 1897. Stoker’s multimedia presentation Stoker on Stoker will be at the Saluda Historic Depot on Saturday, October 15 starting at 6:30pm. Dacre’s second presentation A Modern Day Tour of Transylvania will be on Sunday, October 16 with a book signing at 1pm by Dacre Stoker and the presentation at 1:30pm to 3pm. Tickets are $10/person and includes libations for the Saturday presentation. There are a limited number of seats available so organizers suggest purchasing tickets or reserving seats early. “There will be a Low Country Boil Benefit and a free Fish Fry in Saluda that Saturday afternoon at the Green River Brew and Saluda Center so folks can eat before coming to the show,” says organizer Cathy Jackson. “It will be a great day to appreciate Saluda’s benevolence,” says Cathy. “This was a popular event last year and the depot was packed so we had to do two presentations to accommodate everyone. This year
we will have accommodation arrangements for everyone to be seated comfortably, says chairperson, Judy Ward. This event replaces our regular Saluda Train Tales for the month of October and is a perfect experience to put you in the Halloween spirit,” says Judy. Tickets are on sale and available at Thompson’s Store, Saluda Historic Depot, or Beverly-Hanks Saluda office. Reservations can be made by calling 828-7492321. Books, Dracula t-shirts, and posters will be available for sale. Thanks to Dacre Stoker’s generosity, all proceeds from the event will go toward the fundraising efforts to fund the recent purchase of the train depot.
Deadline for Entering Oct 17 Golf Tournament at Bright’s Creek-October 3
Not only will you enjoy playing on one of the “Top Residential Courses” in the US, you will have fun competing for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes plus “closest to the pin,” “fewest putts,” and “longest drive” for both men and women. There will also be two special “Hole-In-One” opportunities to win a new car, courtesy of Bryan Easler Toyota and $10,000 cash, courtesy of Mike Gilliam Agency, Nationwide Insurance in Hendersonville. If you are looking for an opportunity to support the depot and promote your business, there are several sponsor level options from which to choose. Major sponsor levels are: “Engineer” for $2500, ”Conductor” for $1500 and “Brakeman” for $1000, plus Hole sponsorships for $100 and Flag/pin sponsorships for $250. Each level includes many features. Look for a complete description at the website SaludaHistoricDepot.com under Events. “We hope to make this an annual event for the depot, taking place during one of the most beautiful times of the year on one of the most breath-taking courses in the country which just happens to be in our back yard,” says Judy Ward.
Elevate your golf game at one of the most beautifully landscaped courses in the world at Polk County’s Bright’s Creek. Golfers at any level will love just being on the breath-taking course that flows naturally with the lay of the land with mountain vistas all around. Designed by renowned Tom Fazio, Bright’s Creek will host the first annual Saluda Historic Depot Golf Tournament on Monday, October 17, 2016 during one of the most colorful times of the year.
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Registration is made easy by visiting SaludaHistoricDepot.com and clicking under Events. You can download the entry application and print the form and send to email@example.com or fax to 828-749-3490. There is a PayPal option to pay with a credit card. You can also send completed forms and payment to Saluda Historic Depot, P.O. Box 990, Saluda, NC 28773.
Registration deadline is Monday, October 3. 2016. Saluda Historic Depot The board of the SHD realizes that many Saludians and visitors would like to know what they can do to help with the
depot. We have put together a “Wish List” of items and services that we need. Items should be new or in good useable condition.
10 X 8 Storage Shed Vintage or appropriate period ceiling fans with lighting 3 Exterior glass doors Gutter repair
Saluda Tailgate Market May- October Fridays, 4:30-6:30 New EBT program is in place. You may shop with your EBT card or get cash with your credit card/debit card from the EBT table. This will work like an ATM transaction. What an amazing array of fruit and vegetables rolled into our lot last month! We had beautiful summer squashes in all colors, shapes and sizes, cherries, strawberries, red and black raspberries, blueberries, cherry tomatoes, chard, lettuce, kale, mushrooms, onions, potatoes, green beans, beef, chicken, pork, eggs, herbs, plants, and more. And the value added prepared foods saw the addition of savory strudels to compliment the pieces of cake and all the bakery goodies. Make your list and shop the market first! Every Friday, rain or shine, 4:30-6:30. The Saluda Tailgate Market is sponsored by the Saluda Business Association, the City of Saluda, and Polk County Agricultural Economic Development. For more information, please contact Shelley DeKay at 828-
606-5713 or visit Saluda Tailgate.com. Saluda Community Land Trust Walks in the Woods Round Mountain October 2, 2016 Guides: Will & Amy & Frank 1-2 miles moderate to strenuous 2-3 hours. Explore the site of the Battle of Round Mountain. Located off Howard Gap Road this walk offers a picnic area, rock outcroppings, and for the adventurous, a strenuous climb to the top of the mountain for Piedmont views. Waters Of Camp Creek October 16, 2016 Guides: Betsy & Amy 2 mile 2 hour moderate walk on Burdett’s property offering beautiful fall foliage as well as lush vegetation and dancing waters along Camp Creek. Walkers meet at the parking lot of the Saluda Library at 2:00pm. A SCLT member will keep you aware of the terrain of the trail and share their insights about the history, flora and fauna of the area as they lead each walk. Prepare for the walks with comfortable shoes, a walking stick, water, and a snack. Feel free to bring your field guides and a camera. Please provide any pertinent medical history to your guide. For more information contact Chuck Hearon at (828) 817-0364 or (828) 7499886 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Silent Auction at the Saluda Inn Save the dates Friday and Saturday, November 4 and 5. SCLT is having a fun fund raiser at the Saluda Inn. There will be awesome art, pottery, paintings, furniture, and more. If you have items that would help raise money for SCLT, consider donating them to this cause. Stay tuned for details.
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SCLT Monthly Board Meeting Join us on the first Wednesday of each month (this month October 5, at 3:00 pm) at our office in the Saluda Presbyterian Church fellowship building and find out more about our on-going projects and how you can get involved. Please feel free to contact us about any of our projects by calling our office at 828-749-1560 and leaving a message. We will return your call promptly. Or send an email to email@example.com. We look forward to your comments and suggestions. New website is here! saludaclt.org
Saluda Garden Club, October The program for Monday, October 17 will be a tour of Van-Wingerden Greenhouses in Mills River. Please meet at the Saluda Library parking lot at 10:00 a.m. We will carpool from the library. Van-Wingerden is one of the largest greenhouse operations in North America supplying most of the large retail garden centers with vegetable plants and flowers. We are fortunate to have them in our area. Their plants are available locally at Home Depot or Ingles. Please join us on the 17th for this very unique tour. Please note some events may be cancelled or rescheduled due to weather or at the request of the presenter. To confirm a meeting please call Karen McGee at 828749-2530. We always welcome new members so, if you would like to become part of this friendly, spirited and interesting group, please contact Karen. Dues are only $25 per year and meetings are held once a month. Hope to see you in October.
anticipated event will be the raising and flying of the Tree City USA flag awarded to Saluda’s branch by the National Arbor Day Foundation. There are currently more than 4,000 organizations in the nation. The Tree City project was created in 1976 in partnership with the USDA Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters. The mission of the Arbor Day Foundation: “We inspire people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees.” A special meeting of Saluda’s Tree City is scheduled for Wednesday, October 12 at 4pm in the upstairs meeting room at the Saluda Community Library. All interested are welcome to attend.
Women’s Club of Saluda The Women's Club of Saluda will hold its monthly meeting at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 11, 2016. After the regular meeting at the Presbyterian Church on Carolina Street, there will be a tour of the Burntshirt Winery in Hendersonville. For more information, please call Marlin Beckham at 828-808-2439. Thank you to all the members, family members, and friends who came to the September picnic in McCreery Park. The fabulous food and warm fellowship contributed to making this an especially congenial and fun time! The Women's Club of Saluda is a one hundred year old organization that welcomes all interested women. Our mission statement sums up our purpose: "The Women's Club of Saluda strives to serve our community, and support one another in friendship, and wisely use our resources to advance the dreams of our future leaders."
Saluda Branch Tree City USA Saluda’s Tree City is completing plans for the fall celebration of Arbor Day on Saturday, November 5 at 2pm in McCreery Park. An exciting and eagerly
Notes from City Hall Dear Residents, Please take this as notice that the City will not be disposing of cut tree branches. This will be up to the residents. Polk County tax payers may take debris to the Mill Spring Landfill for disposal without charge. To Whom It May Concern: In accordance with the regulations set down by the Division of Water Quality, Fats, Oils and Grease, regulations apply to The City of Saluda. Please do not flush any oils (vegetable oil, cooking oil, hamburger grease, motor oil, etc.) down drains. Please wipe all cooking utensils with paper towels to remove excess grease and discard in waste receptacle, then wash utensils. Please be reminded: do not flush any disinfectants down drains. Anything designed to kill bacteria should not be flushed down the drain. Thank you, City of Saluda
Help Pave Pace Park NOW! An order to engrave pavers is being prepared now. Purchase your brick or bricks NOW so you can be included in the next "laying of the bricks.” Give an engraved brick in honor or memory of someone special in
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your life. Bricks are only $40, payable to City of Saluda, three lines of copy with a maximum of 14 letters per line. Drop off applications and payment to City Hall or mail to City of Saluda, 6 Main Street, Saluda, NC 28773. Proceeds will go toward building public restrooms.
Please visit our studio at 144 West Hwy 176 or SoulshineYogaNC.com for an up-to-date schedule.
Be recognized as a contributor to this new Pace Park. This park is in the alley by M.A. Pace General Store and is the location of a Blue Ridge National Heritage Area Interpretation Sign and future public restrooms.
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For any additional information, please contact Catherine Ross at 828-749-3534 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classes are held in the studio downstairs at the Saluda Center. Mats and props are available. Please come at least 5 minutes early. Questions are always welcome! Please call Cassandra at (828) 749-3794.
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Yoga, Aikido Classes
Soulshine Yoga Soulshine offers our community classes where each person can embark on their own personal journey of strength and flexibility, peace and love. Please join us as we grow together, on and beyond our time on our yoga mats. Monday, 8:30 a.m. Core/flow Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. Foundational, 6 p.m. Your y\Yoga Thursday, 9:30 a.m. Foundational, 6 p.m. Gentle Yin Yoga Friday, 8:30 a.m. Core/flow
Contact Dori Ray at 828.808.8334 or 828.749.3395 for more information.
Cassandra Nelson, LMBT Gentle Yin Yoga Wednesday 12:30pm Friday 9:30am
**** AIKIDO 合気道 Aikido (the art of peace or the way of harmony) is a Japanese martial art that does not rely on physical size or strength, kicking or punching. Instead, we use flowing circular movements which enable the defender to offbalance and neutralize an attack with minimal effort or bodily harm to the defender or the attacker. Mondays 6:00 PM and Wednesdays 6:30 pm downstairs at the Saluda Center. Contact Ken Gardner (864)2754441, Danny Beck (843)697-0047 or Cassandra (828)749-3794 for any questions you may have. **** Saluda Center is located at 64 Greenville, St.
Please come join a class at Soulshine Yoga! All levels welcome. Drop in class $12. 3-class pass $30.
SING! with the SALUDA COMMUNITY SINGERS TUESDAYS 7:00-8:30 At Old St. Matthews Church 396 Irving Street, Saluda Beginning TUES., Sept 13 BE BRAVE Even if you claim that you can’t sing-COME…connect & have fun! Questions? Call Patricia- the director at 828-424-0017
This year there will be a Silent Auction, featuring a beautifully framed oil painting by a local artist, a garden design by a local landscape architect, a kit of handtied trout fishing flies, and much more. The Bargain Basement will have gently used home furnishings, kitchen items, costume jewelry and other exciting items that need a new home. Come one, come all and make this your best holiday season ever. All proceeds from the bazaar will benefit the Outreach programs of the church. For more information, please call 828-7499740.
Saluda Halloween Stroll City of Saluda and Saluda businesses will host the town's Halloween Stroll on Main Street, Friday, October 28, 3pm to 6pm. Saluda businesses will be open and giving out candy to Saluda kids while the city's police department patrols and watches the crosswalks to keep Saluda kids safe.
Church of the Transfiguration’s Second Annual Holiday Bazaar The Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration’s Second Annual Holiday Bazaar will be on Saturday, November 19, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Parish Hall, 72 Charles Street, in Saluda. Beautiful cards, bookmarks, books, original art and prints, handcrafted jewelry, plant stands, lighted wine bottles and unique handcrafted items will be available, all by local artists. And, you won’t want to miss the delicious baked goods, soups, quiches, artichoke relish, jams and jellies and other gourmet items made by some of the best cooks in Saluda.
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Saluda Community Library Teen Scene 6th-12th graders are invited for free snacks and activities at the Saluda Library every Monday at 4pm! October 3: Bad Art Bring your creativity and make a masterpiece of BAD art! All materials will be provided. October 10: Nintendo Wii U Free Play Play fun games like Mario Kart and Super Smash Brothers! October 17: Makey Makey Workshop What is Makey Makey? Turn the whole world into a keyboard. It’s a simple invention kit for doing art, engineering, and everything in between. How does it work? Clip two objects to the Makey Makey. For example, you and a banana. When you touch the banana, the computer just thinks a keyboard key is being pressed, so you can type a letter, jump in a video game, take a picture, or play some music. What can I create? Make a banana piano, play Mario on a play dough game pad, take a selfie of your cat every time she drinks water. How? First, load up a computer program or any webpage. Let’s say you load up a piano. Then,
instead of using the computer keyboard buttons to play the piano, you can hook the Makey Makey to something fun, like bananas, and the bananas become your piano keys. October 24: Nintendo Wii U Just Dance Tournament Who is the best dancer of them all? Test your skills and win a prize! October 31: Pumpkin Decorating Advance registration is required… Sign up at the Saluda Library circulation desk. All materials will be provided. Burlap Wreaths Monday, October 17, 11am Join this fun craft class for adults! All materials will be provided. Contact Amelia at828-894-8721 x226 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more info. EVENTS AT THE LIBRARY ARE ALWAYS FREE! Saluda Library 44 W. Main Street Saluda, NC 28773 Tel. (828) 749-2117 Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9am - 6pm Sat. 9am - 1pm
Information Update for Saluda Elementary October 2016 Congratulations!! Polk County Schools Ranked #2 in North Carolina! Based on the percentage of students meeting the Grade Level Proficiency standard, Polk County ranked as the 2nd highest performing school system in NC for student performance on both End of Grade and End of Course tests. Visit polkschools.org/ for score
summaries and regional comparisons.
Located at 214 East Main St., Saluda, NC 28773
SS 10:00 am Worship Service 11:00 am
Art Teacher/Community Coordinator, Susan McRostie, and I enjoyed spending a few hours meeting merchants and townspeople. We distributed surveys to area businesses in hopes of learning their vision for a partnership with Saluda School. We look forward to enriching the students’ lives through the experiences our community can provide.
Please keep an eye out for the hot pink Box Tops that are on many food products and send them to our school. Our school receives $0.10 for each Box Top that is collected and submitted. This money is used to purchase books for the Books Are Really Fun program, where every student in the school gets to choose and keep 3-5 free books each year!
Stone Soup Worship Service Sunday at 4:00 pm - This is an "alternative" Christian service/discussion for all-comers; new to church, dislocated from church, or other. Please join us. Contact Rob Parsons for location information at email@example.com.
Here’s the Scoop for October Events at Saluda Elementary School: 5: “Walk to School Day”: Meet at the Saluda Library at 7:30am to walk to school 5: 5th grade field trip to visit the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail 7: Storybook Tales: Pinocchio & Robin Hood at 2pm in the auditorium 10: NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS: Required Teacher Workday 10: School Board Meeting at 6:30pm at Stearns 11: 5th grade Muddy Sneakers field trip to Bradley Falls 11: Report cards go home 12: Welcome Community for Children (C4C) to Saluda School! --8:30am in the school auditorium 14: PreK-2 grade field trip to Sky Top Orchard 17: C4C members begin tutoring in the After School Academy 20: Hincapie Bike Team to present a program for students at 9:40am in the gym 20: District administrators to recognize Saluda School for high student performance 24: Kindergarten classes to visit downtown Saluda 26: Duke Energy to present The Conversion Caper at 10am in the gym 28: Dental exams for Pre-K Visit our school website at: sal.polkschools.org Sincerely, Cari Maneen, Principal firstname.lastname@example.org
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Because student safety is of utmost importance, please do not enter school premises or grounds while school is in session.
Saluda Church Services & Events Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration The Reverend Augusta Anne Anderson, rector 8:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist - Rite I 9:15 a.m. – Adult Forum 10:30 a.m. - Holy Eucharist - Rite II with music. Check their website for more programs and schedule changes. Church of the Transfiguration - a bible study class is held each Tuesday morning, 11:00-12:00 and is open to the Saluda community - 72 Charles Street (behind the school). Come and join us! *********************** Saluda Presbyterian Adult SS 10:00 am Worship Service 11:00 am ************************ Saluda First Baptist Church Reverend Tony Reese Worship Service 11:00am Sunday School 9:45am Wednesday Fellowship Meal 5:15 Wednesday Bible Study and Youth Group 6:30pm 828-749-3231 Email: email@example.com ************************ Saluda Methodist Church The Reverend Rob Parsons
Going Home: Saluda’s Music Traditions A project of the Historic Saluda Committee and the Polk County Film Initiative View Youtube for film’s promotional trailer. Corrected Date and Time Film to Be Screened at Tryon International Film Festival! Come on out and represent Saluda! We need you all there! "Going Home: Saluda's Music Traditions" will be screened at the Tryon International Film Festival on Sunday, October 9th at 1:45 p.m. at the Tryon Theater. Tickets are $20 for a day pass to the festival or $35 for a two-day ticket. For more details and to stay up to date with the Film Festival: tryoninternationalfilmfestival.com Creator and Producer: Cindy Stephenson Tuttle Cinematographer, Writer and Editor: Kirk Gollwitzer Associate Producer, Writer and Narrator: Martin Anderson Creative Consultant: Carolyn Ashburn Location Director, First Assistant Camera and Still Photography: Lavin Cuddihee Thank you to all who participated in the making of the film, especially those who shared their stories with us.
Dedicated to the memory of Dr. George Jones, Dr. Jerry "Doc" Russell, Bill Pace and E. Cater Leland, Jr.
DVDs now available at Saluda City Hall, Saluda Historic Depot, Historic Thompson’s Store, Heartwood Gallery and other retail locations in town. Photo Sharing Appreciated! Buck and Molly Thompson Family around 1912 in Holbert Cove, Saluda, NC Rhonda Jaeger Whichard recently informed us that she has a lot of old photos from the Thompson, Johnson and Parker families and also has a lot of photos from Saluda and the Holbert Cove Rd area. The Thompsons were her great grandparents - Buck and wife Molly Garrett Thompson. They had 10 children. First, he was married to Molly's sister. She died in childbirth. They had two daughters. After she died, he married her sister, Molly. Rhonda says they are the best family in the world and she is very lucky to have been a part of it. Rhonda was gracious enough to send us a huge bundle to share. We’re passing them along a little at a time on Facebook. Thank you Rhonda for sharing! Use Social Media to Get Your Saluda History Fix Every Day! Visit us and "Like" us on Facebook and YouTube! Visit our website for oral histories, vintage photographs, and more. Available Merchandise:
Home, Hearth and History: Stories of Old Saluda, oral history documentary, DVD, $20 Saluda, NC: Voices from the First 100 Years, re-mastered
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audio oral history recordings, CD, $10 Historic Saluda Stickers, $3 Images of America: Saluda, published by Arcadia Publishing Company, $23.50 (includes tax) Going Home: Saluda's Music Traditions, oral history documentary, DVD, $20
Merchandise available through local Saluda merchants. You can also purchase it on-line at saludalifestyles.com. All proceeds go toward future projects. Meetings **Meeting Date Change** Note the Historic Saluda Committee has changed October’s meeting date. The next meeting is scheduled for Friday, October 7, 2016, at 2:00 p.m. at the Saluda Public Library in the upstairs meeting room. The public is invited to attend. For more information about the Historic Saluda Committee, go to historicsaluda.org or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Want to view some of the oral histories collected? The HSC also has a YouTube page, so click here or go to youtube.com/user/HistoricSaluda NC Submitted by Cindy Stephenson Tuttle, Chair, Historic Saluda Committee
Saluda Classified Ads Glen Echo Yard Sale Saturday, October 1, Glen Echo Subdivision will hold a community yard sale from 8 am - 1 pm . Glen Echo Circle is located 1 1/2 miles from I-26 down Holbert Cove Road, then make a left on Glen Echo and come up the mountain. For info call Carol @ 912-4417054 or Nan @ 843-813-5218. Come and get super deals, downsizing! Workshop for Rent 2000 sq ft shop 3 miles from Saluda. $800 a month. Please call 828-6968121.
One-Bedroom Apartment for Rent at Lake Sheila. Fully furnished. Weekend $500 or Week $750. Call for longer term rates. Call 843-442-2029. Dan the Computer Tamer What Is Your Biggest Technology Frustration? Let Dan the Computer Tamer help! Coaching on computers and smart devices. Home networking. Repairs, upgrades and customizations. Affordable service in your home in Saluda and surrounding areas. Daniel Schmitt, 336-565-6336 Meanwhile, Back in Saluda has Cabin for rent. One bedroom plus open bunk bed area. Full bath, full kitchen. Open livingdining-kitchen space. Porch. Outside fire pit and wood pizza oven. Access to washer/dryer. Hiking trails. NO pets and NO smoking. $650 per mo. Deposit required. Email for further information. email@example.com m For Sale Saluda United Methodist Church is selling a Lowrey Genius, Digital Stereo Rhythm Gx Organ. If interested, please call 828-749-3789. Time for Fall Cleaning! "Deep cleaning" "One time cleaning" "Moving jobs" Call Kathie for estimates at 828674-6108. House Cleaning! Experienced, reliable, and honest. Can do light jobs, or deep cleans. One time cleans, moving jobs, etc. Have experience with vacation rentals as well as biweekly residential work. Have good references!! Have worked with Kathie Mobley. Please call for estimate! Kelli 828-620-0209. Private Guitar, Voice and Violin Lessons I come to you after retiring from
church music ministry. 20 yrs. teaching private music lessons. Proud, new Saluda resident. Call Rob Herbst at 828-489-1592 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork Relaxing, healing massages are available in the comfort of your own home, rental cabin or at your favorite B&B. My portable table can go almost anywhere! Advanced scheduling is recommended. 14 years of experience. Cassandra Nelson, Lic#7386, (828)749-3794. Saluda Pet Sitter. Three years of experience, responsible, references available. Will come to your home up to three times a day, feed, exercise and general care of your pet. Experience in dogs, cats, and even goats! Call Lance at 828-284-4811 or 828284-5660. House Sitting & Animal Care Take your vacations without the guilt and worry. I am familiar with a variety of animals and houses. I will do my best to be available for emergencies due to family, flights, or other unforeseen doings! References are available upon request. Contact Cassandra at (828) 749-3794. Healing Massage Give a gift to yourself or another with a soulful, healing massage! Soulshine Yoga and Massage offers skilled and therapeutic massage right downtown! Licensed massage and bodywork specialist and yoga instructor, Dori Ray, is glad to be serving our Saluda community! Call to schedule a massage 828.808.8334 or 828.749.3395. SoulshineYogaNC.com Shredding Truck in Columbus First Citizens Bank will have a shred truck coming to their Columbus office on October 6 from 11:00-1:00. All all welcomed to bring documents for shredding and bank will be serving hot dogs and refreshments!
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Saluda Post Office Hours Mon-Fri 9:00am-1:00pm 3:00pm4:30pm Sat 9:30am-11:00am Sun closed (828) 749-5921.
me Cotton, and all the other designers have outdone themselves. This year we have fabulous cotton sweaters and awesome fitting pants, with great stretchy fabric so stop by Irmy's The Dressing Room and see what we have in stock. At the beginning of October 1, we will be going to Atlanta to buy for next spring and will be bringing back great jewelry and other accessories that will make great Christmas gifts. So as always, thanks for shopping local.
The latest news and the unusual offerings provided by Saluda shops, restaurants, accommodations, artists, craftspeople, and service providers.
Irmy's Dressing Room is open 7 days a week. Monday through Saturday 10 -5 Sunday, 1-5
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Scents of Saluda Coming Soon!
Most fashions are US made.
Alison Hays will be opening “Scents of Saluda” at the end of October. Little Luxuries...Small Indulgences...Fine Fragrances & Accessories from Around the World!
Looking forward, Irmy THE DRESSING ROOM ETC., located at 141 East Main Street in Saluda. Phone is 828-749-9555.
141 East Main Street Saluda, NC 28773 Phone: (828)489-9168 Email: ScentsofSaluda@gmail.com Shipping Available "Like" our Facebook page: @ScentsOfSaluda
It’s fall and one of my favorite seasons of the year! This fall the colors and fabrics are so warm and cozy. Habitat, Chalet and Color
Historic Thompson's Store & Ward's Grill and Lola’s Celebration Station (Thompson's Store est. 1890, Ward's Grill est. 1960) Thompson Store, Ward’s Grill and Lola’s Venue Fall is here and we are stocking up for your warm favorites, too. Come by and look at our selections of Hearty Soup Mixers, Local Made Chow Chow, Bread Mixes, Stone-ground Grits, and new Olive Oil & Vinegar from The Enchanted Olive. Our best
Homemade Vegetable Base is in a quart jar and all you have to do is add water and your favorite meat; it is delicious. In our meat department, Jeff is cubing Country Style Steak and cutting Beef Stew, so come by and pick up Certified Angus Beef for your family. Remember we have the famous “Charlie’s Sage Sausage,” fresh or frozen. Be thinking about the holidays and place your order for the perfect gift. We are always adding new Wines and Craft Beers, come in and tell Sam your favorites and he will special order for you. This is the time to plan for the holidays so purchase a case and receive a 15% discount. Sam is the best to provide you with a great selection of produce; we are still receiving local North Carolina products. Thanks for shopping local and providing jobs to our community. Ward’s Grill is the best place for a delicious meal, breakfast or lunch. The ladies are always making new desserts and homemade soups for the cooler days that are coming. Try our homemade hearty chicken soup or vegetable soup. Come by and ask for an Apple Fritter topped with vanilla ice cream or have a bowl of “Pumpkin Spice Latte” ice cream. A new book is out and we are featured: “North Carolina’s Roadside Eateries by DG Martin from Chapel Hill. A traveler’s Guide to Local Restaurants Diners, and Barbecue Joints.” Veteran’s Breakfast on October 20 til 11. Hiring Grill Manager. Please apply at Thompson’s Store. Lola’s Venue is available for your next Event. We invite you to stop in and take a look and let’s have a party. This is the best place for a wedding reception, family reunion, birthday party, or for business conferences. We can help you have the best time in Saluda.
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Thanks to all that shop local, and support your town of Saluda.
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Hours Historic Thompson Store, open Monday-Thursday, 8am to 5:30pm; Friday and Saturday, open to 6pm; Ward's Grill, open Monday-Friday, 7am to 3pm, Saturday, 7:00am to 3pm Sunday, 11am to 4pm
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The store and grill are located at 24 Main Street, Saluda, NC. Phone is 828-749-2321.
Property Security Checks and more from Meanwhile, Back in Saluda! As the old saying goes "When the cat's away, the mice will play" but in some cases it is rats! The two legged "rats" can take advantage of an empty vacation home during the week and especially over the winter months. Property Security Checks are important for more reasons than just checking the water pipes or bringing in mail. At Meanwhile, Back in Saluda, we have fourteen years experience helping out-of-town property owners with their Saluda homes. During one Security Check, we found a back door removed and a drifter camping out in the basement including the use of the wood stove! In another home, we discovered a distant relative had moved into the vacation home without asking the owner! More often, we find doors unlocked or windows left open accidentally, electricity out due to power surges, trees or limbs down in the yard and trash or mail in the yard that did not belong there. Call us at 828749-2480 and ask for more information about the Property Security Checks. Or email to:
Steamy Mug Make Steamy Mug a regular stop before work and pick up your favorite coffee or tea, or come in and sit a spell to relax and unwind. We have seven blends of coffee including pumpkin spice. Experience one of our eight yummy hot teas and the best Chai lattes. Try one of our new fall sandwiches, and a new soup selection as well. Surf the net using our public WiFi while sipping your favorite beverage. We are located on the one-way up Church St.
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Vogue Salon is now open! Hi, my name is Jayme Janosko and I am so excited to be here in Saluda! Vogue is a full service salon for men, women and children. I also offer facial waxing. I am having a special for 20% off your first visit. Call 828-4248863 for an appointment. A little bit about me, I am a Michigan native and have been in
NC for over three years. I am so grateful to be in this beautiful area. I'm absolutely in love with it! I am a licensed cosmetology instructor and have been doing hair for about 8 years. Thank you to everyone who has been so kind and welcoming to me. Please feel free to contact me via email (email@example.com), Facebook or by phone.
You'll love this cozy cotton quilted jacket for our lovely fall evenings. This one comes (in two colors) with a coordinated shell beneath. You'll find many other tempting additions to your fall wardrobe at Sassafras. You'll love our friendly staff and prices, too! Joann, Connie, Tina, Lilly & Catherine Now open 6 days. Monday Thursday 11am - 5pm, Friday 11am - 6pm. Saturday 10am - 5pm Call us at 828-749-2379. We're located at 46 E Main Street, next to the Saluda Grade Café.
Sweet Earth Mtn Resale & Thrift I can’t believe we are into fall. The shop has seen more wonderful visitors, some real characters. We had a nice former Marine find a beer stein from Germany showing the mountains he looked on every evening. He had the whole shop full of people
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smiling at his discovery. Another lady found a print depicting the little café where she had dined in Switzerland, and I even received some dishes with pink carnations on them that reminded me of my grandmother’s favorite flower. I guess that is what makes a resale/consign shop special, the whimsy and the nostalgia of our childhood or travel. Also, the children have fun buying a toy or cute bear as their treasures. We seem to be overrun with ponies at the moment, and one that sings and bats her eyes is my favorite (yes I play with her). Please bring in your visitors and leaf lookers and see what we have that may delight them. Trying to keep somewhat regular hours, but you can call for a casual appointment, or to see about consigning, 828-606-1748 (Sheila). Located at 160 W Main St across from Green River BBQ.
"farm to table" experience. Treat yourself to a most creatively prepared and delicious fine dining culinary adventure! This month he'll be harvesting multiple varieties of lettuce, red beets, golden beets, arugula, radish, collard greens, lima beans, delicata squash, and eggplant. It's not too early to start thinking about the Holidays. We'll be serving a fabulous Thanksgiving dinner at 1:00 and 4:00 pm, six Dickens' Dinners, X-Mas Eve traditional Austrian Dinner and a black tie optional New Year's Eve Gala. Call to reserve a place in our lovely dining room where every table has a stunning view of the surrounding mountains. For more information and reservations, please call 828.749.5471. Visit orchardinn.com and like Newman’s Restaurant on Facebook. Like us on Facebook We are located on Highway 176, Saluda, NC.
The Oaks Bed & Breakfast
The Orchard Inn & Newman’s Restaurant Mark your calendars for Sunday, October 9 when we'll be hosting a fabulous beer dinner in collaboration with Highland Brewery. Each of the 5 awesome courses will be paired with one of Highland's wonderful craft beers to create a most memorable and unique dining experience. Our fine dining restaurant, Newman's, continues to receive high accolades from food critics far and wide. We're serving dinner every Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights and an incredible Brunch every Sunday. Chef Stuart has been conjuring up some truly fantastic and innovative culinary delights using the best from our local farmers. Stuart's organic vegetable garden continues to flourish bringing diners the real
Crossroads of the South To know that Saluda has become the Crossroads of the South, one need only walk through the Oaks Bed and Breakfast parking lot. The evidence is abundant in the shadow of this radiant Victorian home where the license plates tell the stories of the vehicles and the guests that traveled to this place of abundant history and beauty. The graphics and colors identify the traveler’s origin and interests and often become the source of breakfast conversation. Recent guests have traveled from Missouri, Mississippi, Tennessee, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Maine, Florida, Arkansas, Texas, California and, of course, North and South Carolina. They come from the coast, the low lands, the rivers and the cities to relax, explore and enjoy all that the
area has to offer: unique shops, galleries, boutiques, restaurants, historic sites, festivals, attractions and museums. A simple and affordable trip will deliver you to a place unlike any you’ve ever been to before and The Oaks Bed and Breakfast is only a scenic stroll down a tree lined lane to Main Street. Visit: theoaksbedandbreakfast.com. For reservations call. 828-7492000. Located at 339 Greenville St., Saluda, NC, 828.749.2000, theoaksbedandbreakfast.com Friend us on Facebook!
Green River BBQ With October comes our new fall menu with soups and rotating seasonal vegetables. New fall beers are now available including pumpkin ales and heavier beers such as porters. We will have daily beer specials also! Look for great discounts on our drafts everyday! Our fall band series picks up every Sunday afternoon with earlier hours 2-3pm. Look for a few new changes to our Street Taco Menu and try our vegan taco made with fried green tomatoes. Our appetizers and small bits menu will be $2.00 off on weekdays all day long. We look forward to a full patio with the fire pit warming everyone along with their pets that are always welcome!
Visit their Facebook page to get extra daily coupons! Green River BBQ is located at 131 Highway 176 West.
Wildflour Bakery Synonyms for "October in Saluda" -Perfection… Heaven.... Unforgettable.... Amazing...Stunning Enough said....don't miss it. All those words could also be used to describe the Hogtown Squealers who will be playing at the Autumn Artist Fair in the Nostalgia Courtyard parking lot on Saturday, October 8. They will be in great company with the talented group of artists who will be there to sell their pottery, paintings, jewelry, iron work, leather work, carvings and much, much more. This is an ideal time to find some one-of-a-kind gifts for everyone on your list! Enjoy the fall garden harvest in our from-scratch soups and bean bowls. Check out our pies, cakes and cheesecake. Have a seat in the courtyard, on the front porch or under the arbor and experience "October in Saluda." Monday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm Tuesday: closed Wednesday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm & 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm for pizza Thursday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm Friday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm for breakfast and lunch & 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm for pizza Saturday: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm Sunday: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Meanwhile is NOT "just a wine shop"! Meanwhile's Market has over 100 locally made Specialty Foods with new selections arriving weekly. Look for the new Onion Jam made in Mars Hill! Mr. Holbert's honey is here, along with jams from The Apple Mill, Buttercup Cottage's sauerkraut and more. Meanwhile has the largest selection of NC made foods in this region. We also have Wildflour Bake Shop's bread, snacks and pastries available after 3:00 each day and on Tuesday when they are closed. Our shop has over 105 Local Craft Beers available as singles. Mix and match a pack! And more than 140 Wines from all over the world! Stop in and look at our SALE shelf and stock up for the holidays. NEW this month: Folk Art made in Saluda including primitive landscapes, painted rustic signs (place a special order to be ready for gift giving), raccoon art, and farm stand food art. Stop by and take a look and support local artists. MIX it up! Because 3/4th of your drink is the mixer, use the best! Meanwhile's Market stocks Fever Tree natural tonic, ginger ale, ginger beer and seltzer waters. We also have Bobbo's Bloody Mary Mix made in Brevard, Blue Blaze Soda syrups made in Asheville and Sallie's Syrups made close-by. Any of these mixers can be used in mixed drinks or enjoy all by its self! Stop by and ask us about our Non-alcohol drink recipes and our selection of Non-alcohol locally made soft drinks.
NEW Hours for October! Open 10 AM till 6:00 PM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday Open 10 AM till 8:00 PM Wednesday and Friday for Wildflour's Pizza Night Open 11 AM till 4 PM Sunday *Call us and we will meet you earlier or stay later. *Space is available for meetings and birthday gatherings. Call to reserve. Meanwhile is located next to Wildflour Bake Shop and The Gardener's Cottage in Nostalgia Courtyard. 171 East Main Street, Saluda, NC Wine Shop Phone: 828-7499463, email: firstname.lastname@example.org See us on
October at Saluda Grade Café! New Menus!! There are new wonderfully delicious, locally sourced menus for Lunch, Dinner, Sunday and Catering! Bradley Farms and 3 Arrows Meats!! Local Brews too! Music Friday at 7:00 pm. Come for great food, friends and Lively Music. Booking now! We Cater! Thanksgiving Gatherings and Christmas Parties! Let us help you with your holiday fun! New Catering Menu. Visit us on the web at saludagradecafe.com or on Facebook. Call 828-749-5854 or email us at email@example.com. Located at 40 East Main Street.
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Outdoor Adventures Area Fall Bike Rides Fall is a popular time for getting outdoors and cycling through the beautiful mountain roads around Saluda. There are bicycle riders that you may see coming through Saluda so be sure to share the road and practice safe driving etiquette.
majestic section of the river, and from all over the World, will compete for the first place trophy. The spectators that make the trek down Pulliam Creek Trail (off of Big Hungry Rd) will witness someone kayaking The Gorilla every minute for almost 2.5 hours. It is said this is the "greatest show in all of sports." The energy is electric and the fun factor is always high. Check out greenrace.amongstit.com or American Whitewater for spectator directions and more information about the happening of the day.
Tour de Leaves has been canceled this year. Hincapie Gran Fondo - October 22, 2016. The Gran route includes epic climbs including the infamous Skyuka Mountain KOM, switchbacks on Green River Cove, and a challenging descent down Howard's Gap. Visit this website to see bicycle routes in our area.
Events by the Tryon Garden Club Sunday, Oct 9, 1:30 - 4:00 Any & All Dog Show at Tryon Riding & Hunt Club (TR&HC), Harmon Field, Tryon, Family fun & dog show Oct 16, 2:00 - 3:30 Guided Family Walk & Talk at Pearson’s Falls Nov 16, 2:00 - 3:00 Pearson’s Falls 85 year history at FENCE FENCE: Foothills Equestrian Nature Center, 3381 Hunting Country Road, Tryon, NC 28782. Telephone: 828-‐859-9021.
Autumn in Mountain Air I drink up autumn like rich wine at the banquet. I am anxious for the season of squirrels rediscovering their hickory nuts. I will walk through dry leaves while pumpkins ripen in the fields. I will seduce ripe apples from the fulsome trees laden with fresh fruit. I will taste the freshness of tomatoes again and remember spring. I will lift dark potatoes from the earth thank the God of creation. In Autumn, I will fill up the bucket with the bounty of the season, then write “cornucopia” upon my last will and testament And wait anxiously for Spring --Bob Hartje, 1989
Green River Race The 21st Annual Green River Narrows Kayak Race will be held on Saturday, November 5 at high noon. Over 100 racers, passing through the most
Stories & Such I Remember Saluda By Charles O. Hearon, Jr. Stories reprinted from I Remember Saluda, a Storytelling with permission of Charles O. Hearon, III, son of author Charles O. Hearon, Jr. (aka Charlie "C. Boy"). This book is currently in print and available at the Saluda Historic Depot.
Honeymoon My lovely wonderful wife, Frances Hedrick Savarese at Tampa, Florida, and I got married on October 19, 1940. I worked for Eastern Airlines and had arranged my vacation for that time. We spent a week at Indian Rock at Haven Beach, south of St. Petersburg and Clearwater, on the gulf coast. We then flew "free" to Spartanburg, and I had to show my bride the mountains. We used a car my Daddy let us have and I took off with my "woman" and went to see the hills. There was a family named Raines living in Jackie Thompson's cabin then. The Goforths had moved up to Clint Johnson's house on Cove Mountain. We had quarters at Hidden Well and I showed her about. One day I wanted her to see the bathtub and we walked down the road that way and when we got about to the spring house, Mrs. Raines came out to see Charlie's bride. I introduced her proudly and Mrs. Raines said to my little bride, "Honey, I done heard you shook hands with bad luck." That kinda' took my little bride and she was not too excited about the bathtub. When we got back to Hidden Well, we needed a fire and I built us one. It can get cold around Saluda late in October, especially
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if you're trying to honeymoon in an old rambling summer house. We stayed the night and it was cold, but not as cold as the time Samuel Jervey DuPre and I were there, and she was a whole lot better company. We flew back to Tampa and started the best years of my life. We all signed up for the draft; I believe it was about a week after we got back to Tampa. I never got drafted, our jobs with the airlines made us exempt. I've never been in the military; all I've ever done for my country was to pay taxes and I'm proud to do that.
A Witch for All Seasons By Cappy Hall Rearick “Eve nibbled on the apple because the serpent promised it would make her smart. If he had said, ‘It will erase your fine wrinkles,’ she would have buzzed through that Tree of Knowledge like a beaver.” ~Author Paula Wall Father Time is my beauty consultant. “Think of wrinkles as underdeveloped dimples,” he told me. My friend Betty, however, lives to scrutinize my face as if she’s on a mission from God. Convinced of her divine calling, she wakes up each morning praying for an opportunity to pinpoint my imperfections. “You need a nip and tuck,” she said yesterday. “That sort of thing,” I said, “like marriage, should not be entered into unadvisedly or lightly.” She widened her eyes as far as her recent Botox injections would allow. Betty’s baby blues get worked more often than a penciled-in crossword puzzle. “Girl, did you forget to pay your brain bill? Time is not your
friend. That lucky old sun turns you into a Maxine clone.” Miz Southern Big Hair tossed her teased, sprayed and overprocessed blonde locks and then grabbed a wad of mine. “A woman’s hair is her crowning glory but yours should be attached to a Halloween mask.” Maybe my face looks like a map of Calcutta and maybe it’s time to swap Babe’s rusty dog clippers for a professional haircut, but a girl has to draw the line somewhere. “Ouch,” I whined. “Stop yanking my hair, Betty, or I won’t be the only one in need of a surgeon.” Betty’s snide Halloween remark brought up a memory I’d like to forget. A teenager dressed like a skank on The Real Housewives of Atlanta came to my house Trick or Treating last year. After an uncharitable glance, she asked where I bought my costume. I wasn’t wearing one. She stopped texting long enough to exclaim, “Like phat! You are like so bland? Like that dreary wig is so UN-chung, so howling. Like, you know, so yesterday?” I told the skank to wait and then I raced though the house in search of something sharp to bury inside her freakin’ candy apple. But back to Betty Botox. Since her last treatment, she wears a fixed smile as if she recently discovered multiple orgasms. Her eyebrows are tattooed below a transplanted widow’s peak and now even her grandkids don’t recognize her. “Look,” I said, “the truth is Babe doesn’t want me to get any work done.” That was a lie, but if I wake up wearing a Clarabella the Clown grin like Betty’s, Babe will make me wear a burqa to bed. Mama didn’t raise stupid children. Betty’s overworked eyes stared at me like I was speaking in tongues. “Why did you ask Babe about it? He’s a man. They don’t get it.” Betty’s recently implanted cheeks looked like over-ripe tomatoes. Longing for Audrey
Hepburn cheekbones, she took a little trip to Implants-R-Us and wound up looking like Alvin the Chipmunk. You get what you pay for. “When Babe opens his eyes in the morning he likes to recognize the drooling woman in bed with him.” Miss Southern Big Hair snorted like a horse and shook her mop of bottled blonde hair. “Only one thing left for me to say.” She sighed with more melodrama than Hepburn could have mustered up if her skinny tush was on fire. “Make friends with that Kim Kardashian wannabe before next Halloween or she’ll recognize you.” “So what?” Betty gave me a look. “Have you been sniffing Babe’s aftershave or what? You put that child through a bunch of trauma.” Tossing my limp head of hair, I tried to look offended. “Her meltdown was not my fault. I did not put anything in her apple. I only thought about it.” “Then why did she hotfoot it down the street as if the Prince of Darkness was chasing her? Word got around.” I fluffed my uncolored, unconditioned hair, forced a smile on my wrinkled face and hoped my unbleached teeth took focus away from my vertical lip lines. I batted my droopy eyes while my oversized, hot pink nose twitched like a bitch-kitty. “I’m growing old gracefully.” Betty blew air through her over-puffed lips, rolled her overtaut eyes and shook her overbleached hair. “FYI. Aging gracefully became a No-No when Baby Boomers hit forty and invented the computer, collagen and Botox.” “Boomers invented computers?” She sighed. “You’re hopeless. I might as well drink this martini.” “Well, all right. Martinis make my wrinkles look like undeveloped dimples.” “They do not,” she said. “Drink up, girlfriend. Two of these puppies and you’ll see for yourself.”
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Cathy Jackson Realty has merged with Beverly-Hanks & Associates. All Saluda properties are 20 to 30 minutes from the new Tryon International Equestrian Center in Mill Spring, NC. Live at the top of the grade for cooler temperatures and long-range mountain views!
Long range, year round, mountain views make this home a very special find! Enjoy sunrises & sunsets from almost every room in the home. Home is in great condition, with room to expand. Yard is low maintenance. 2 BR, 2BA, 2.22 acres, MLS#3210300, $175,000
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Leisure living in log home one block from Main St, Saluda, NC. Master bedroom on main level, loft area with extra space for office, extra sleeping, or rec area. Relax on large, covered front porch. Easy maintenance landscaping with native perennials. 3BR, 3BA, Wine Cellar, MLS#3215104, $325,000
Charming Tryon 2-story, turn of the century colonial within walking distance to downtown Tryon. Hardwood floors throughout, upgraded kitchen with solid surface counters and stainless steel appliances. Relax on one of two side porches and upstairs sun room off the master bedroom. 3BR, 2.5 BA, MLS#3211751, $299,900
In town cottage within walking distance of downtown Main Street for shopping and dining. Put your touches on old fashioned kitchen, turn den into 3rd bedroom or enlarge master bedroom. Full daylight basement with 1-car garage and separate area with woodstove could be finished as family area or rec room. Beautiful native landscaping. 2BR, 1BA, .58 ac., unfinished basement, MLS#3207263, $253,500
One mile to Historic Downtown Saluda with casual yet elegant living with screened & covered decks for entertaining and viewing outstanding mountain vistas. Experience outdoor living spaces, home theater, workout room, meditation room & heated yoga room. Drive into the 4 car garage and take the elevator up to the main living area. Cobblestone driveway leads to beautifully landscaped yard and your dream home. 3BR, 3BA, 4310SF, MLS# 3208067, $1,125,000
lake. Create summer memories with Two cabins include living area, bedrooms, bath and kitchen while one cabin is one large room for sleeping and living, kitchenette, and bath. Great rental investment. 4 ac, MLS#3167729, $205,000
Mountain property with long range vistas of Mt. Pisgah and cleared pasture for equestrian lovers or turn into southern-facing gardens. 2 stall/hay barn and enormous workshop with 1/2 bath. Art studio or guesthouse and storage buildings set inside a parameter of stone walls and beautiful landscaping. 3BR, 2BA, 11.22 ac, Workshop, Barn, MLS# 3200730, $435,000 UNDER CONTRACT!
Lake Sheila Property - Make your next vacation or full time home at this hidden gem mountain lake in western NC. Lake cottage, ready to move in, vaulted ceilings, open floor plan, stainless steel appliances, & hardwood floors. 2BR, 2BA, MLS#3198992, $249,800
Craftsman quality built home with 2-story great room and floor to ceiling stone fireplace. Emphasis on craftsman-style carpentry with hardwoods, wooden murals, including custom built furniture that hallmarks this home. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon on covered front porch or a 1-mile stroll to downtown Main St. Oversized 2-car detached garage for cars and storage. Includes custom furniture made for the house. 3BR, 2BA, MLS#3198064, $450,000
Log home on top of mountain with room-sized porch for gazing at long range mountain vistas and enjoying a peaceful, breezy summer day with only birdsong to keep you company . Enjoy native gardens with pathways to well-appointed guest house and pond used for irrigation. 5.8 acres provide privacy and seclusion yet only minutes to downtown Saluda. 3BR, 2BA, MLS#3193283, $575,000
Vacation cottage within walking distance of Main Street Saluda. Enjoy the lovely fireplace in the cozy LL family room and winter views from the sunroom. Available furnished. A Saluda gem! 2BR, 2.1 BA, 1874SF MLS#3183933, $199,900
It's all about the river! Maintenance free home perched atop a hill overlooking the rushing Green River. Relax and listen to rushing water on large covered porch. Vaulted ceilings make small living area seem spacious. Stainless steel appliances. Natural landscaping in front with river boulders an 2BR, 2BA, 2.75 ac, MLS#3146385, $269,000 or $235,000 with 1.87 ac. UNDER CONTRACT!
Long range vistas of the Pacolet River Valley from every room. Spacious open floor plan with porches for outdoor living. MLS#3177621, $485,000
Make this your family compound with three small cabins on small mountain
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Private setting on over 2 acres, yet only one mile to downtown Historic Saluda. Home features open floor plan, spacious kitchen w/granite, vaulted ceilings in great room and lots of space on decks and covered porches to enjoy nature in the peaceful surroundings. 3BR, 2BA, 2.21 ac, MLS# 3172491, $268,000
Your mini-farm is waiting for you. Beautiful farm-style home with a rocking chair front porch, outbuildings, pasture, fruit trees, berries, a potting shed, workshop and more nestled on almost three acres of peaceful countryside. 5BR, 3BA, MLS#3163330, $250,000
NEW! Lake Sheila, 1.21 ac MLS#3213167, $85,000 Lake Sheila .43 ac lot, $32,000 MLS#554607 Lake Sheila Lake Front, .24 acres, $65,000, MLS#510462 Dun Roamin', Lot 1, .77 ac, lakefront, $49,000 MLS#518705
Quality log cabin offers stunningly beautiful views of the protected Green River Gorge. MLS#589729, $254,000
Saluda City Lots NEW! .96 ac, Ozone Commercial, MLS#3213577, $125,000 .46 ac, MLS#3151228, $68,500 .23 ac, MLS#591373, $60,000 Piney Mountain 3.07 ac, MLS#589931, $38,000 1.65 Ac views, adj. NC Gamelands, $28,000, MLS#584643
Southland log home used for commercial and could easily be turned into your mountain dream home. Walkable to historic village of Saluda, there's enough space for the entire familyMLS#3140554, Reduced: $299,000. Property can also be used for commercial purposes. UNDER CONTRACT!
Mountain cabin in the woods in mature development in a natural park like setting with trails and wildlife all around. Master is on main level along with all living and laundry area. Space in basement for storage. 2BR, 2BA, MLS#3162622 $237,900
Great time to invest in lots and land! Mountain Vista Lot 16, 1.19 ac, $95,000, MLS#521147 View Lot 23, 1.07 ac, $85,000, MLS#514441 Lot 26-R, 1.58 ac, $59,000 MLS#533763 Lot 29, 1.81 ac, $49,900, MLS#569729 Lake Lots
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View Lots 5 ac, View, MLS#3123117 $59,500 2.07 ac on Laurel Mountain Trail, MLS#558806 $80,000 .87 ac, level and rolling, MLS#566466, $38,400 2.35 Ac, Views at Macedonia Lake, MLS#584676, $76,126
Miller Mountain 3 ac, MLS#560929 $39,000 .55 ac, MLS#563859 $20,000 .51 ac, MLS#563860 $19,500 .48 ac MLS#563861, $19,500 Unrestricted 8.7 ac, MLS#562901 $84,667 Large Acreage 135+acres, views, creek, building sites, roads in, MLS#3150335, $948,570 10 Acres, MLS#3148496, $125,000 21.4 ac, MLS#3148326m $122,000 Other Areas 3.25 ac, Views, Hogback Mountain Rd, Tryon, MLS#519772, $29,500 1.04 ac, White Oak Mountain, MLS#426297, $28,000 5.39 ac on upper Green River, riverfront, MLS#3193798, $205,000
A Quick Saluda Market Update (comparing all 2015 sales to date with all 2016 sales as of September 30, 2016)
More... 23 ac, MLS#591373, $60,000 1 ac in Glen Echo, Winter views, MLS#587188, $26,000 2.01 ac, MLS#593461, $21,000 4.89 ac. MLS#588641, $42,000
Sales Homes 2016 Homes 2015
6+ ac on Green River, Silver Creek Tubing, MLS#572171, #175,000 51.83 ac unrestricted land, $310,000, MLS#567003 19 ac Green River Cove, river front, $104,500, MLS#559424 5.77 ac, bold stream, natural development, MLS#556067 $114,000 1.48 ac in Whites Lake, Awesome Views, backs up to NC Wildlife, MLS#528152, $39,900 8.24 ac off Mountain Page Rd., well installed, MLS#520849, $70,000 View Lot, 1.87 ac, $40,000, Hideaway Acres MLS#455196 Winter Views on Valhalla Ridge, 1.81 ac, $21,900, MLS#474915 5 ac on Valhalla Ridge, Views, MLS#568404, $57,000 Dun Roamin' Lot 7, 1 ac, $72,500, MLS#476202 The Woods at Howard Gap, 1.6 ac, $45,000, MLS#454553 11 ac., private, wooded, $125,000, MLS#534045 9 ac, private, $113,900, MLS#509693 5.84 ac, Little Warrior Estates, $69,000, MLS#454691 6.01 ac, pond, $125,000, MLS#543247 1.01 ac, Whites Lake, easy building site, $45,000, MLS#563106 2 ac, Winfield Cove, $40,000, MLS#545653
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Annual Calendar of Events APRIL Jerry's Baddle Green River Race -Duathlon requires Class V kayaking. 3rd Saturday in April. Saluda Train Tales - 3rd Friday each month (April - October) MAY Saluda Tailgate Market -Every Friday (May through October) Spring Green Bash - 1st Saturday in May 8, hosted at Green River Adventures. Saluda Arts Festival - May 21, 2016 Green River Games - Extreme multisport event changed from 1st Saturday in September to May 21-22, 2016 Top of the Grade Concerts -- (2nd Friday of month, May through September) JULY Coon Dog Day - A homecoming and celebration for dogs and their people! Great food, live music, parade, crafts, and more! 1st Saturday after July 4. SEPTEMBER Charlie Ward's Memorial BBQ 2nd Saturday in September 10, 2016 NOVEMBER Green Race - A world Class V kayaking race. 1st Saturday in November. Saluda Methodist Church Turkey Dinner - 2nd Saturday in November Saluda Tailgate Holiday Market – Saturday after Thanksgiving 1-3 Small Business Saturday – Saturday after Thanksgiving DECEMBER Hometown Christmas - Open House and Music. 2nd Friday in December
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