Mar. 04 - Balsam Range Concert

You don't want to miss this show at your Burnsville Town Center. Very talented North Carolina bluegrass band returning to the stage for another great night of music. Their new CD is out. Tickets are $12. Call 682-7209 for info.
Contact: Burnsville Town Center
828-682-7209
burnsvilletowncenter.com

Mar. 13 - Tales Grimm & Music Grin!

A benefit for the music student scholarship program at Appalachian Vibe Music & Studio. At 2:00 p.m. in your Burnsville Town Center. Tickets are $10 adults, $5 teens, $1 kids.
Contact: Burnsville Town Center
682-7209
burnsvilletowncenter.com

Apr. 09 - Stars on the Square
More info to follow

Apr. 16 - Living History - Battle of Burnsville

Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War and the Battle of Bursnville the Yancey History Association will sponsor a living history event on the grounds of the McElroy House featuring a recreation of the soldiers' camp life, and exhibit of veterans pictures, letters and personal items from the 1860's plus craft demonstrations, pastimes and entertainments of the era portrayed in period atire.

Contact: Yancey History Association
828-678-9587
yhmuseum@frontier.com

Apr. 30 - Burnsville Metric

Annually held on the last Saturday of April, the Burnsville Metric is a great way to start off your cycling season. It is casual but well-supported and comprises some of the flattest, most scenic roads in Yancey and Mitchell counties. Burnsville's Town Square makes a dramatic location for the registration/start/finish proceedings and is also the highest elevation of the ride, a modest 2821'. For the first 36 miles the route is mostly flat and follows the Cane River through the small communities of Higgins, Lewisburg, Egypt and Ramseytown. Then, proceeding upstream beside the wide Toe River, the route passes Huntdale, Pigeon Roost and Green Mountain. There are moderate hills to climb between miles 36 and 52, but those climbs, especially along Hwy. 80-N, provide stunning views of Mt. Mitchell, Roan Mountain and other nearby peaks. Of course there is the final climb back up to the town square. Not much to do about that but ride it. Details: 61.5 miles; 3 well-supplied Rest Stops. Roving SAG support

Contact: Randy or Nancy Raskin
828-675-5132
rraskin@yancey.main.nc.us
www.BurnsvilleMetric.com

May 06 to May 11 - Parkway Playhouse Presents "The Miracle Worker"

more information to follow

Contact: Parkway Playhouse
828-682-4285
info@parkwayplayhouse.com
www.parkwayplayhouse.com