Unfortunately the company we contracted to do the Clifton Forge fireworks has gone out of business and we were unable to find another one on such short notice. The parade will still take place at 11am followed by a great ceremony featuring the Celebration Choir honoring Veterans and First Responders at the Historic Masonic Theatre. Food vendors will be set up at the Sona Bank plaza before, during, and after the parade for your enjoyment. Luckily you won't have to go far for more entertainment and fireworks. The Jackson River Sports complex in Covington will have entertainment beginning at 3pm with fireworks starting around 9pm. See you there!
The Deb Callahan Band Thursday, July 11 at 6:30 pm In the Thomas P Dean/Racey and Dean Underground Lounge and Cafe Tickets :$15 per person Food and beverages will be available for purchase.
Co-presented by the Clifton Forge School of the Arts and The Historic Masonic Theater.
Deb returns to Clifton Forge with her talented band for an intimate one-night-only performance in the Underground Lounge and Cafe.
Philadelphia’s blues and soul drenched vocalist and songwriter Deb Callahan grew up in the Boston area but has been a mainstay on the mid-Atlantic music scene since the late 90’s. During this time she has gained a reputation for writing creative blues, soul and roots influenced original music and using her powerful, expressive voice to deliver an exciting live show. Her 2002 debut CD “If the Blues Had Wings” was featured as the hot debut in the October/November 2004 issue of Blues Revue Magazine. Blues Revue referred to her as the next Bonnie Raitt and raved “Philly’s Deb Callahan has the pipes, the songs and the raw talent to graduate to the next level”. Doing social work in the heart of Philadelphia would be a good place to learn about life’s hard knocks and this urban school ground taught singer/songwriter Deb Callahan well. Her rich, honest and soulful tunes resonate with listeners and run the gamut from soulful ballads, to upbeat, dance oriented grooves. Her road tested band includes Allen James, Garry Lee and Tom Walling.
Make plans to join us for a Thursday night musical treat.
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ABSOLUTE AUCTION A portion of this sale came from the 19th century Frances Cassatt Clopper estate at The Woodlands, in Gaithersburg….go online to read about the history of the family & this 150 yr. old home! 19TH/20TH Century Antiques Tractor/Farm Equip/Lawn&Garden Vintage Tools Crocks/Pottery L.G. Wright Glassware+ SATURDAY, JULY 13 – 10:00am Clifton Forge Armory 724 Commercial Ave., Clifton Forge, Va. Go to www.nicelysauctionco.com for all info!
ANTIQUES/FURNITURE: 19th / 20th century: Hall tree, claw foot buffet and glass front cabinet, cupboard, teacher’s podium, blanket chest, pr. of curved front 4 dr. chests; china hutch, Salterini (7 pc. set), Captain’s desk w/open shelves, Dan River employee mail box w/keys, Queen Ann settee, drop leaf table, green leather chair w/ottoman, lamp table, beige dbl. chair & arm rest recliner, love seat couches, marble top table & washstand, footed chest, chest of drawers, jewelry armoire, white secretary bookcase, Gablemere Rose patio sets, glass top table, desks, pine cabinet, desks, 6 gun cabinet & 4 gun rack, sewing machine cabinet, claw & ball piano stools, 60’s hand painted vanity, horseshoe lamp, vanity mirror, wooden utility cabinet, wooden corner what not shelf, child’s chairs & baby’s crib, asstd. cane bottom chairs, quilt stand, tray cabinet, 4 dr. file cabinets, asstd. chairs+
COLLECTIBLES: Pottery: 2 – 10gal. & 1 – 15 blue crown gal. crocks w/handles, numerous salt glazed crocks/jugs/bowls, handmade vase, 4 pc. Anchor Pottery pitcher set, McCoy & Raku pottery pieces; Glassware: L.G. Wright glassware: 60+ clear crystal President’s House glass sets, asstd. colored pressed glass (sm. round salts, votives, boot vases, wine/goblet glasses, compotes & pitchers, fairy lamp sets, lg. & small ashtrays, flutes+); white & hobnail pieces, Waterford goblets, unique decanters & stoppers, depression style glassware/bowls/platters; China: 19thc WT Copeland & Sons transferware platters & access. by Spode, Domestications (Flowers of the month), 1776 Syracuse centennial set; Coca Cola crates/trays/bottle openers, Indian dolls, Mexican ceramic mask, Fenton ribbon curl vase style lamp, antique decorative fire screen, Silver plate & Brittania metal, fish art glass, Vintage: portable bar cabinet, coffee grinder, cruet set, view finder w/photo cards, cigar molds from American Cigar Mold Co., copper boilers/pots w/lids/bowls/kettle, old jars, oil lamps, crates (Garrettson & Co.), woven baskets/hamper w/lids, perfume bottles, lunch boxes (Snoopy+), old tinware/pewter pieces, blue jars w/zinc lids, ash trays, numerous antique tools/wooden planes, antique washer, old child’s washtub, American family scale+ Cast: ruffling iron, footed kettle, linked sausage stuffer, tongs, andirons, skillets, griddles, pots w/lids, corn ear muffin pan, sewing machine, match holder, string holder, meat grinder; old trunks, Alabaster compotes, bowl & pitcher sets, old bottles (Clinch Haven Farms dairy+); brass (ladles, spittoon, ash catcher, fire starter+), nail keg, children’s toys, globe, metal candle holders & tiered plant stand+
TOOLS/MISC: DR trimmer and power grader, cordless Neuton trimmer, Yard Machine (Snow Fox, 3.5hp edger), B&D (trimmer, jigsaw, sander), Craftsman 3” belt sander, Rockwell drill press, Sommer & Maca 6” belt sander, 3” vise, Stihl 025 chain saw, 2.5 Skil saw, Remington power hammer, tool boxes, hand tools (tamping bar, shovels, rakes, scoops, axes, saws, hammers+), hammers, screwdrivers, c clamps, dog houses (Igloo+), halters, woodstove, 24’ alum. ladder, car ramps, old split oak & apple baskets, plumbing & electrical supplies, snow plow, Test Rite work table+
Directions: I64, exit 24 towards Clifton Forge, go to 1st light, left onto Commercial Ave., follow signs to Clifton Forge Armory.
Terms of Sale: Cash, check or charge (proc. fees apply) day of sale and picture ID required. Announcements day of sale take precedence over printed material. Food will be provided by Boiling Springs Fire & Rescue. Bleachers available or bring a chair.
No Buyer’s Premium!!! SALE CONDUCTED FOR THE LINNIE & HELEN GREGORY ESTATE BY NICELY’S AUCTION CO. Brandon Nicely – Auctioneer #2620Va. Mike Jeffries – Auctioneer #4073Va.