Mountain Living Things To Do in the NC and GA Mountains 8/12/17
Dans Grill - Best Cuban Restaurant
What can you say when every dish is delicious! Cuban Cuisine but their menu has a little something for everyone. From great steaks to authentic carribean food, Dan's Grill is sure to delight your palette. Family owned and managed. Oh, its like being back in Miami, but without the traffic and getting to enjoy the four seasons in the mountains! Consistently great food and make sure you save room for dessert and a cuban coffee.
Plants of the Bible Seminar, August 18
What was the forbidden fruit that Eve and Adam ate? What are frankincense and myrrh? What wood was used to make Noah's ark, how about the Ark of the Covenant? Which plants commonly associated with the Bible actually do not appear in the Bible? Take an ecumenical walk through the Bible for a tour of the plants of that time. Experience pictures, flavors and aromas of these plants and learn about their symbolism. Speaker will be Dr. Doug Bailey, Professor and Head of the Horticulture Dept at the University of Georgia. Plants of the Bible Seminar, August 18 at 10 am. NO REGISTRATION for this seminar, seating is limited to the first 100 in attendance. For more info call the GMRE Center 706-835-4333.
Get Off the Grid Fest
Get Off The Grid Fest aims to celebrate, educate and collaborate with folks, homesteaders, renewable energy enthusiasts, performers, local and national organizations and vendors by providing a forum where people share tools, ideas, songs and stories about getting off the grid. The festival covers four themes: Energy and the Environment, Food and Agriculture, Health and Wellness and Arts and the Community. Explore our website and get involved. More Info Here
We are so fortunate to live in such a wonderful place surrounded by friendly people and an ever changing landscape. No wonder so many people want to get out of the hustle and bustle of the "big city" life and escape to these mountains. If its just for a getaway or a permanent move - we don't blame you one bit. We did it too - and have never regretted it!
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