Badges, Bags & Bridges Cornhole Tournament. June 1, 2019. $20.00 per Person. Which will get you into both Tournaments. 1st tournament BYOP, 2nd Blind draw.
Registration starts at 9:00 AM. All proceeds go to the Booker T Washington Memorial Park Revitalization Project. Double Elimination Team Tournament. Double Elimination Blind Draw. Rain will move it to the Clifton Forge Armory. Trophies will be awarded to the Top 3 Teams in each Tournament.
Boiling Springs Fire Department will be there with a Food Truck selling Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Nachos, French Fries, BBQ & Snow Cones.
Hosted by: Clifton Forge Police Department and Alleghany Mountain Baggers... See MoreSee Less
Roanoke Children's Theatre Summer Camp 2019 SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK, LIVE! In the Historic Masonic Theatre Early- Bird Registration (through 1/31/2019): $95 Regular Registration (starting 2/1/2019): $120 Full and partial scholarships are available, please call our box office for more details 540-862-5655.
We are pleased to announce this the return of this popular camp opportunity, a fun summer theater camp taught by the award-winning Roanoke Children's Theatre Company at The Historic Masonic Theatre!
This week-long camp, for ages 8-16, runs 6/42019 through 6/8/2019: Tuesday through Saturday from 10am to 3pm. End of week public performance takes place on Saturday, June 8th at 2 pm.
Spaces are limited, so call or register online today.
The Camp consists of two halves: Morning 10am to noon: Fun theater games and learning, Noon to 1pm: Lunch (campers should bring a bagged lunch each day) Afternoon 1pm to 3pm: rehearsal for the end of week performance of SCHOOLHOUSE ROCK, LIVE! TOUR End of week public performance takes place on Saturday, June 8th at 2 pm. Each student will be given 2 complimentary tickets for the Saturday performance.
Schoolhouse Rock, LIVE! Roanoke Children's Theatre (RCT) Saturday, June 8, 2019 at 2PM In the John E. Hillert Auditorium Tickets General Admission: Advance: $5; At the Door: $10
The popular Saturday morning cartoon that taught kids history, grammar, math and more will take the stage to close our summer camp. SCHOOL HOUSE ROCK LIVE! takes you on a journey with Tom, a brand new teacher, who is a bit nervous about starting his first day. While watching tv to relax, characters emerge to show him how to win his students over through song and quite a bit of imagination.
The cast features RCT's professional actors with our summer camp actors joining in the fun!
Based on the book by Scott Ferguson, George Keating & Kyle Hall
Music & Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, Bob Dorough, Dave Frishberg, Kathy Mandry, George Newall & Tom Yohe
USAF Heritage Brass Ensemble Community Concert Monday, June 10, 2019, at 7pm The John E. Hillert Auditorium Free Admission, no ticket required.
As we prepare for Flag Day on June 14th, we proudly host the renowned USAF Heritage Brass Ensemble on our stage. This free concert is open to everyone. We hope you'll join us.
The United States Air Force Heritage of America Band has a rich history of inspiring hearts and minds, building and sustaining American patriotism, and enhancing esprit de corps in the United States Air Force. It was one of the original Army Air Corps bands, created by order of the Secretary of War on October 1, 1941 and assigned to Barksdale Field, Louisiana. In June 1946, after a short stay at Brooks Field, Texas, the band arrived at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, its current home.
For over seventy-five years, the band has represented the Air Force with musical and military distinction. Members bring music to the mid-Atlantic in live concerts and to the nation in televised events such as "The Today Show" and the DESERT STORM National Victory Parade, as well as presidential inaugural events. The Heritage of America Band has performed ceremonies for U.S presidents and foreign heads of state, including the Queen of England and the President of France. Using today's technology, the band reaches a world wide audience through its website, social media and audio recordings. Additionally, the band travels more than 150,000 miles to perform hundreds of concerts for listeners across a fifteen-state region from Maine to South Carolina.
In recent years, the mission of Air Force Bands has become an expeditionary one. The Blue Aces were among the first groups to tour Southwest Asia and the Horn of Africa to support coalition and Joint forces serving in the Global War on Terrorism.
The USAF Heritage of America Band's exceptional musicianship has earned international critical acclaim and numerous honors: eight Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards, five Air Force Organizational Excellence Awards, four Colonel George S. Howard Citations of Musical Excellence for Military Concert Band, North Carolina's Order of the Long Leaf Pine, and countless state and municipal proclamations. The USAF Heritage of America Band remains at the forefront of preserving and enriching America's musical heritage in the 21st century.
Join us at the downtown Market each Thursday 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM.
It is an exciting 2019 season of the Clifton Forge Downtown Market. We have a number of excellent vendors already signed up, but we have room for more and would love for you to join us. Here is a link to the market information, including market guidelines and vendor application: cliftonforgemainstreet.org/market/
The market will take place on Thursdays from 3:30PM to 6:30PM, located Commercial Ave and Ridgeway Street (between Ace Hardware and Sona Bank).
We are planning special guests and unique features throughout the season. Contact us with any questions or ideas. Spread the word to those you feel might be interested. Be sure to like/ follow this page to keep up with the market.
Homegrown, handmade, and handcrafted goodness from Alleghany Highlands of Virginia. Support local growers and artisans - Shop local.
Downtown Businesses will be staying open on Thursday evenings during the summer till 8PM. Come enjoy historic downtown CFVA.
Visit CFVA downtown, stroll the historic district, shop at Livy's Closet or one of the towns antique stores. Dine in or out at the Club Car Shop & Deli, 42 Deli, Colorful Chameleon, the renown Jack Mason's Tavern & Brewery or visit the Alleghany Highlands Arts & Crafts Center. Check out what may be happening at the Clifton Forge School of the Arts or the Historic Masonic Theatre.
The Clifton Forge Downtown Market is sponsored and hosted by Clifton Forge Main Street, Inc. CFMS is a non-profit organization working to improve the historic downtown of Clifton Forge for economic and cultural reasons. It is affiliated with the Virginia Main Street Program, a division of the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development.
FREE FUN FRIDAYS A weekly blast of art activities that is really fun! June 14, 21, 28 & July 12, 19, & 26 from 10:00 a.m. to noon. Eight stations of art and craft activities throughout the School of the arts and in our historic Mill. Children grades Pre-K to 12 welcome; those under age 10 must be accompanied by an adult/caregiver. Preregistration not required. Please sign in at the School of the Arts entrance each week. This year FUN FRIDAYS is sponsored by WestRock Corporation and the Alleghany Highlands Kiwanis Club and we say ‘thank you’!!... See MoreSee Less
Come join us for a festive ceremony with flag presentations by Boy Scout Troop #2, Girl Scout Troops #366 & #375, and Clifton Forge VFW posts #4299 and #1033. In addition there will be patriotic music and a benefit supper with birthday cake. Grab and friend and come celebrate with us. Kid friendly! .
THEY SHALL NOT GROW OLD (rated R) Friday, June 14 at 7pm In the John E. Hillert Auditorium
**After the Flag Day ceremony in the Masonic Amphitheatre.**
Flag Day Week concludes with a screening of this stunning documentary. Rates 100% 'fresh' by patrons on the popular film sire Rotten Tomatoes. The film screening will be held in the Masonic Theatre Auditorium and is free. Refreshments will be available.
Using state-of-the-art technology and materials from the BBC and Imperial War Museum, filmmaker Peter Jackson allows the story of World War I to be told by the men who were there. Life on the front is explored through the voices of the soldiers, who discuss their feelings about the conflict, the food they ate, the friends they made and their dreams of the future.
One reviewer noted, "Director Peter Jackson's assemblage of restored footage -- colored and rendered in 3D, with added sound effects, voices, and narration -- is an astonishing achievement, a distillation of war itself."
Join us for this special community screening.
#masonicupcoming #historicmasonictheatre #visitcfva #uniquleyalleghany... See MoreSee Less
Bluegrass Jam - 3rd Friday of EVERY month! 7 pm. No charge. Bring an instrument & your voice; or, come listen & toe-tap along with local bluegrass players. Coffee provided. In THE GALLERY at Clifton Forge School of the Arts, 518 Church St., Clifton Forge, VA. Donations to the School, a non-profit 501(c)(3), are more than welcome! Questions, call the School 540-862-7275
Helen’s body of work are both thoughtful and contemplative. Her careful attention to detail captures form as well as substance, evoking a strong, and often times introspective, emotional response. This Exhibit begins on June 25th, and ends on August 2nd. The Gallery is open Monday – Saturday 10:00 am to 4:30 pm, and Sunday 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
“I’m still happily struggling to make paintings that capture people’s likenesses and some of their soul” – Helen Hubler... See MoreSee Less
LIBRARY TO HOST SCIENCE GUYS FOR SUMMER READING PROGRAM
The Clifton Forge Public Library will host Mr. Bond’s Science Guys in a program titled “Space! A Universe of Stories!” The program will be held on Wednesday, June 26, from 10:30-11:30 a.m., at the Masonic Amphitheatre. The program will include interactive experiments about life in space, rocket propulsion, the solar system, and more.
The program is being presented as part of the library’s “Summer Reading is Out of This World” program for children ages 3-12.
Parents or guardians should accompany their preschoolers and primary grade children.
The Masonic Amphitheatre is located at 513 Church Street.
For information about any library programs, call the Clifton Forge Public Library, at 863-2519.... See MoreSee Less
411 Airport Rd, Hot Springs, VA 24445-2117, United StatesMap
REAL ESTATE (32acres on Warm Springs Mountain.!!) **Early offers will be considered!!!** PERSONAL PROPERTY PJ Lowboy Trailer Cargo-Car Hauler Dump Truck Steel Construction Package Tools++ ** All Personal Property sold Absolute!!** Saturday, June 29 – 10:00am 411 Airport Rd., Hot Springs, 24445 Go to www.nicelysauctionco.com for info!!
REAL ESTATE: 32+ acres on Warm Springs Mountain with unlimited views. Property offers well (septic approval?), good road, potential building sites, power on property, 15 minutes from the Omni Homestead Resort w/ Virginia’s finest golfing, world class trout fishing and hunting. Near the airport and adjoins National Forest.
Trailers/Tractors/Vehicles/Pod: 32’ cargo-car hauler (Car Mate series, twin jacks, gooseneck/5th wheel, w/6’ overhang), 25’ PJ dual tandem axle low boy trailer (dove tail w/spring loaded ramps), 12’ running gear trailer, 1995 Ford F800 dump truck (159,928mi., runs good, diesel, AT), Ford tractor w/loader (Workmaster Series), Gravely tractor, BMW motorcycle R1200RT (needs repair, many parts available); 20’ pod (Manufactured 2004), 56′ x 12′ office trailer.
STEEL FRAMING for 50’ x 70’ 2 story building including building plans………..
25 – 14” wide X 25’ long
15 – 14” “ X 23’ “
35 – 14” “ X 23’8” “
6 – 14” “ X 32’6” “
6 – 14” “ X 30’ “
15 – 14” “ X 20’ “
31 – 12” “ X 10’ “
6 – 12” “ X 12’ “
12 – 12” “ X 21’ “
40 – 20’6” long
2 – 12” wide X 14’4” long
2 – 12” “ X 23’8” “
1 – 12” “ X 30’ “
1 – 12” “ X 4’7” “
6 – 12” “ X 9’7” “
2 – 12” “ X 2’4” “
1 – 12” “ X 8’9” “
1 – 12” “ X 7’7” “
3 – 12” “ X 8’1” “
5 – 12” “ X 19’6” “
3 – 12” “ X 15’6” “
2 – 12” “ X 10’10” “
3 – 14” “ X 19’6” “
1 – 14” “ X 19’7” “
1 – 16” “ X 23’7” “
4 – 16” “ X 30’2” “
4X4 Square stock posts:
1 – 44’2” long 1 – 32’8”
10 – 24’4” 1 – 36’4”
9 – 12’2” 2 – 43’7”
1 – 15’
Tools/Misc: Isuzu generator (12.5KW;120/240 single phase), Dewalt 12” compound miter saw w/stand, Ingersol Rand 200psi vertical compressor (230V/2.3CFM – like new), NEW Grizzley 10” table saw, NEW Grizzley industrial dust collection system, NEW Wood Master Tools planer (24”, Mod #W-725, WI-4510 serial #), Makita 4” grinder, Delta router shaper table, CP blaster cabinet, Milwaukee saw zall, 14.4V cordless skil saw & drill set, Craftsman belt & disc sander, DeWalt screwdriver & 1/2” drill, Husqvarna 66 chain saw w/20” blade, Echo string trimmer, Craftsman stackable tool box, Ryobi cordless skil saw & cordless reciprocating saw, tree pruner, 3/8” drill, metal block & tackle, tool boxes, pump jack scaffolding w/24’ aluminum board, new well pump and supplies (wire, check valve, etc.), table magnifying shop lamps, 2 outdoor Mercury vapor spotlights w/stand, plastic strapping reel, Arrow pneumatic compressed air dryer, jack stands, multi surface magnet on wheels (30”), brush burner torch, 3 ton floor jack, drill driver set, pipe vise, pneumatic grease gun & pneumatic stapler, box of AG pens, welding helmets, electrical wire, battery tester/charger, miter saw & box (2), numerous hand tools (pipe/torque/adjustable wrenches, screwdrivers, chisels+), router, water level, brass sink, cab floor insulation, transit tripod, ladder braces, sev. Reese drop hitches, several ladders (35’ alum. ladder, 6’/12’/Ridgid ext. fiberglass ladders), boat/pool ladders, Powers fasteners (thunder studs/concrete anchors), parallel self regulating heating cable, gear puller, 18” floor fan, 4-4 wheeler tires, portable heaters, 10gal. sprayer, 15/40 oil, BMW 20W50 oil, antifreeze, lubricants, saw horses, Sony CD stereo system & cassette, Regent flood lights (NIB), coolers, nylon rope, log chain, load binders, 8’ X 16’ farm gate, camper shell for 8’ truck bed, 220 gal. bulk tank, 275 gal. fuel tank (approx. 100 gal. in tank), several tons of stone (#57, #2, fine), stackable concrete blocks (7 – 2’X2’X4’),
Lumber: 4X4 square posts, 1” thick pine lumber (mostly 4” to 8” wide and 8’ to 12’ long), cedar lumber, 44-6×12/s – 12’, 20-6x 8/s – 14’). Directions: From Covington, take 220N for approx. 10 mi., rt. onto Rte. 606, go 2.5 mi., make a left onto Rte. 703 (Airport Rd.), follow signs. Terms of Sale: Personal Property: 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. Auction under tent, bring a chair. Real Estate: 10% down day of sale, balance on delivery of deed within 45 days. Sold subject to owner confirmation.
NO BUYER’S PREMIUM!!
SALE CONDUCTED FOR THE STEPHEN CHENAULT ESTATE BY NICELY’S AUCTION CO. Brandon Nicely – Auctioneer #2620Va. Mike Jeffries – Auctioneer #4073Va.
Cash Unchained: The Ultimate Johnny Cash Tribute Saturday, June 29 at 7:00 PM Tickets: Adults $15; Seniors and Students; $12
Everyone is still talking about last year's performance by this talented young artist. By popular demand, we are bringing him back.
Join us for a concert under the stars as we experience ALL of Johnny’s iconic songs in concert just the way you remembered them. From the early days with Sam Philips at Sun Records to the later years with Rick Rubin and American Recordings, Cash Unchained delivers a complete catalog of breathtaking music from one of the greatest country artists of all time.