June 2011


the ardmoresYou loved them at Wine Fest! Now The Ardmores bring their combination of Southern Rock and acoustic music to River House this Sunday for what promises to be a fun Sunday Salon celebrating our nation’s independence, complete with fireworks!

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Just about every Sunday beginning in April, our Sunday Salons at the River House Inn on the New River are patterned on the famous international “salons” of the past; featuring musical and theatrical performances, poetry readings, book signings, art displays and literary and historical discussions, followed by dinner. If you can’t make dinner, you’re welcome to stop by for the entertainment in the North Carolina mountains and a libation with hors d’oeuvre! But please call 336-982-2109 to reserve.

While we were never invited to those heady Parisian parties of the twenties and thirties – to hobnob with Hemingway and Gertrude Stein – the idea of such literary and artistic gatherings sounded appealing. Drop by at 4:00 for food and wine, music and conversation, perhaps a poetry reading or a short play, a book-signing, an exhibit of art or pottery, or an occasional film. Dinner, usually a four-course set menu, follows about 6:00.

For more info visit: http://riverhousenc.com/

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The Blue Ridge Wildlife Institute is a 501-(c)3 Non-profit Organization that receives NO Government Funding and relies completely on tax-deductible contributions. The Blue Ridge Wildlife Institute holds both state and federal rehabilitation and education permits.

Dedicated to: Wildlife Rehabilitation, Environmental Education, and Research

Recognizing that the planet and its life forms have an inherent worth, and that we have a responsibility to treat the earth and its processes with respect, The Blue Ridge Wildlife Institute is dedicated to the stewardship of the earth through environmental education, research, and the rehabilitation of sick, injured, and orphaned native North American wildlife.

For more info, visit http://www.lmc.edu/brwi

  • While we were never invited to those heady Parisian parties of the twenties and thirties – to hobnob with Hemingway and Gertrude Stein – the idea of such literary and artistic gatherings sounded appealing. Drop by at 4:00 for food and wine, music and conversation, perhaps a poetry reading or a short play, a book-signing, an exhibit of art or pottery, or an occasional film. Dinner, usually a four-course set menu, follows about 6:00.

    The Sunday Salons begin at 4:00 PM; hors d’oeuvre at 5:00 PM; more music and a four-course chef’s choice menu is served at 6:00 PM. $15 for entertainment and hors d’oeuvre, $45 for entertainment, hors d’oeuvre, and dinner.

    For more info visit: http://riverhousenc.com/

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acoustic heritageTim and Debbie Grim Yates have combined their lives, amazing talents and deep musical roots to forge one of the country’s most accomplished and entertaining musical groups on the scene today.

Acoustic Heritage is the culmination of several generations of singers and musicians who performed Old-Time and Bluegrass music while passing on the love of that unique Appalachian Mountain sound to the generations that followed after them.

Whether it’s the sound of Debbie’s amazing clawhammer banjo, her lively fiddle, Tim’s mesmerizing guitar or Jordan Rice’s flawless mandolin, the music of Acoustic Heritage always leaves an audience wanting to hear more!

For more info on Acoustic Heritage, please visit: www.AcousticHeritage.com

  • While we were never invited to those heady Parisian parties of the twenties and thirties – to hobnob with Hemingway and Gertrude Stein – the idea of such literary and artistic gatherings sounded appealing. Drop by at 4:00 for food and wine, music and conversation, perhaps a poetry reading or a short play, a book-signing, an exhibit of art or pottery, or an occasional film. Dinner, usually a four-course set menu, follows about 6:00.

    The Sunday Salons begin at 4:00 PM; hors d’oeuvre at 5:00 PM; more music and a four-course chef’s choice menu is served at 6:00 PM. $15 for entertainment and hors d’oeuvre, $45 for entertainment, hors d’oeuvre, and dinner.

    For more info visit: http://riverhousenc.com/

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Jen from www.onemomsworld.com and Sarah from www.highcountrymomsquad.com / www.reallifeblog.net visited the River House Inn for a Sunday Salon. The evening was full of great food, live music, and new friends.

Click on the picture below to enjoy her video!

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Sunday Salons at the River House Inn on the New River are patterned on the famous international “salons” of the past; featuring musical and theatrical performances, poetry readings, book signings, art displays and literary and historical discussions, followed by dinner. If you can’t make dinner, you’re welcome to stop by for the entertainment in the North Carolina mountains and a libation with hors d’oeuvre! But please call to reserve.

Sunday afternoons on the front porch

Music from 4pm until 6pm

Hors d’oeuvre passed at 5pm

Four Course Chef’s Selection Menu seating at 6pm

CLICK HERE to see a complete schedule!

For more info visit: http://riverhousenc.com/ 

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