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With one eye still on the weather forecast, it is our plan to re-open Charlie's Music Barn on Friday, March 8. Our plan includes Food (covered dish dinner) at 6 p.m. and Music and Fun beginning at 7 p.m. as usual. We will continue our normal schedule of music each Friday after the re-opening party from 7- 9 p.m. We invite everyone to come and bring your friends - the more the merrier.
PLEASE NOTE: In the event of more weather problems this week, stay alert for more information on Friday. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Lillie Bouldin at 919.742.3803 or Bruce Meacham at 919.444.3124 or Email BruceMeacham@Embarqmail.com. You can also contact Patsy Meacham at 919.542.3124.
DIRECTIONS: From Pittsboro. go West on Hwy 64 (approx. 8 mi.) to Buckner-Clark Road. Turn right. and take the first Left - Hillside Music Road to Charlie's Music Barn. We have missed seeing all of you and look forward to seeing you Friday and throughout the year.
INDUSTRIAL HEMP 101
Third Thursday Sustainable Speakers Series presents Industrial Hemp 101 with a preview of the documentary BRINGING IT HOME March 21, 6-8 p.m. at Central Carolina Community College Pittsboro Campus, Building 2 - Multipurpose Room
Filmmakers Linda Booker and Blaire Johnson with guests Eric Henry of TS Designs and Amy Brooks of Brooks Contractor will discuss the huge potential of industrial hemp production in the U.S.A. with preview segments from the documentary (scheduled for release this June.)
Hemp offers Hope for NC Farmers and Communities
Hemp - it's not just for hippies anymore. Today they're making everything from salad dressings to buildings with it. Industrial hemp is actually a non-psychoactive plant, grown in 30 other countries, but prohibited to farm in the United States. Legalization advocates say it could help American farmers, create jobs and replace thousands of harmful petro-chemical and synthetic products. BRINGING IT HOME explores the question "Why aren't we growing it here?" while discussing hemp's past, present and future with business owners using it for construction, textiles, nutrition, body care products and bio-plastics in North Carolina and abroad. See trailer, learn more about the documentary www.bringingithomemovie.com