12 pm — 3 pm downtown Hot Springs between the Post Office & Harvest Moon
To further explore our 'Appalachian Heritage' October theme at the Learning Center and in the spirit of keeping our unique mountain culture alive in our children, we are preparing a fun day of old time games, music, food, and dance. Come down and visit yesteryear with us....
Performances by Cassey Dreisson, creepy stories with Joe Penland, and mountain ballads with Madison County Ballad Singers and a possible visit fromStory Teller Sheila K. Adams.
Events Quilt Show, Biscuit & Cornbread Making Contest, Couples Apple Eating Contest, Cake Walks, old time dress up Photo Station, Face Painting, fall Crafts, $5 Haircuts on the porch, Silent Auction and Raffles!
Plus, Appalachian Cookery Concessions This year's Menu: Beans & Greens, Deer Stew, corn bread, biscuits, Granny's banana pudding, fresh blackberry cobbler, and hot apple cider > plan to come for supper!
Just $5 to enter your own Cornbread or Biscuit ($8 to enter both): Call (828) 622-9575 Plan to bake and enter 1 dozen of your very best work (one to judge, the rest for HSCLC to sell) A panel of judges will taste and select the very best in the yard and crown the winner!
PRIZES PRIZES PRIZES PRIZES!!!
Come and enjoy an afternoon in beautiful Hot Springs!
Making Financial Donations Hot Springs Community Learning Center is also happy to accept financial donations. As we are a quality five star program in an extremely economically depressed area; it is our
wish for everyone who needs our services to be able to do so. You can designate your donations to be made to help assist our families in need with the cost of tuition. Or you can simply indicate that you wish your finds to go to our General Fund for operating expenses. All donations are tax deductible.
If mailing, please send your check or money order to: HSCLC PO Box 94 Hot Springs, NC 28743