Ongoing Events and Entertainment
Come just to listen or to dance to the blue grass and old time musicians who play every Tuesday and Saturday beginning at 7pm. Admission is $5 on Tuesday and $6 on Saturday. Line Dancing classes are also offered on Monday nights beginning at 6pm. The Jubilee is located on North Main Street, across from the Courthouse.
Local blue grass and old time musicians jam each Monday, 2 blocks north of the Courthouse at the Crouse House in Crouse Park, beginning at 6pm. Come and play or just listen. No charge, but a donation is appreciated. 336-372-5473
GREAT ACTIVITIES TO DO ANYTIME
The town of Sparta offers a variety of art galleries, apparel and accessory stores, gift shops, restaurants and even an old fashioned hardware store. Click
to learn more about the merchants in Sparta.
Barns and other buildings around the county display squares illustrating quilt patterns and add interest to a driving tour of the countryside. Drop by Alleghany Chamber of Commerce and Visitors' Center for a brochure. We are in the rock building with the green awning (58 South Main Street, Sparta). Our foyer is always open and a brochure is always available.
Brochures for three driving loops of the Alleghany country-side are available at the Alleghany Chamber of Commerce and Visitors' Center. Each loop is about a leisurely hour's drive and includes information on historic points along the way. The Chamber office is in the rock building with the green awning (58 South Main Street, Sparta). Our foyer is always open and a brochure is always available.
Be sure to visit when planning a trip this Spring or Summer. Open Thursday through Saturday, 10am to 5pm. There's never an admission charge. Stop by to experience local history and to see the new displays, 7 North Main Street, Sparta.
Veterans' Morning Coffee & Breakfast
at the VFW
The VFW hosts an informal full breakfast including, biscuits, gravy, eggs, bacon, sausage, grits, and coffee every Wednesday from 8:30-11am. All veterans are invited to attend.
Click to learn more
The VFW Military Museum is open to the public, 10am-2pm, every Wednesday and Saturday in the basement of the VFW Post 7034, 1193 Us Highway 21 S, Sparta, NC. Admission is free.
Alleghany Chamber of Commerce
Weekly Chamber Brief
Alleghany Chamber of Commerce January 25, 2017
2017 Sparta Magazine
The new 2017 Sparta Magazine is now available for pick up at the Chamber of Commerce. Be sure to stop by and pick your copy up today!
The Alleghany County Republican Party
The Alleghany County Republican Party will hold its monthly meeting at 6 PM at the Bruce Wayne Osborne VFW Post No. 7034. Meals will be $10 each.
Reservations may be made by calling Susan at 336-657-1887 or Diana at 336-363-9598.
We will hear from the local elected officials & will also discuss the March county convention in which we will be electing officers for the county and precincts.
CORNERSTONE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
Make plans to attend No Regrets Men's Conference on Saturday, February 4, 2017, from 9:30 am until 5:00 pm at Cornerstone Christian Fellowship located at 1267 Grandview Drive, Sparta. Just $15 per ticket and includes lunch! To register or for more info, call or text 336-657-2221.
Alleghany Rotary Club
Soup'r Bowl Party! Combine a fun afternoon of bowling for free with donations of canned soup (or any non-perishable foods) and or/cash to the Solid Rock Food Closet. Book your date with dinning at 21 Tavern for either lunch or dinner. Saturday February 11 from 2:00 to 5:00, after that "other" SuperBowl!
Come to our
Sponsored by Alleghany Rotary Club and Sparta Fun Company.
DAVHENCO INC. will now be offering headstone cleaning services. Each headstone or monument is hand cleaned with a biological agent specifically designed for such projects. The final results are very impressive and the hidden beauty is brought out on these headstones.
For pricing information, please call 336-835-7393 or 336-244-0330.
Northwestern Regional Library Photography Contest
This contest is open to all library members of
Alleghany, Stokes, Surry or Yadkin Counties. Contest includes juvenile,
teen, and adult categories. Entries accepted through
March 17, 2017.
Tired of the traditional roses in a vase for Valentine's?
Murphy's is offering a European style of fresh flowers hand wrapped and lovingly framed in a bed of burlap. This will be our first Valentine's as a florist so not sure what to expect. We strive to be different and add our special touch to each design we are blessed to create. EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: 10% off any orders placed before February 1st.
FREE IN TOWN DELIVERIES.
Alleghany County Library
The Alleghany County Library will be providing
olunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) for the public,
. Households making less than $54,000 during 2016 are eligible for this service. Certified volunteers will be at the Alleghany County Library on
Wednesdays from 9:00 am - 3:30 pm and on Saturdays from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm.
VITA will be available at the Alleghany County Library from January 25 - April 12. The Alleghany County Library is at its new location at 115 Atwood Street, next to the Wilkes Community College campus. To schedule an appointment, contact the Alleghany County Library by phone at 336-372-5573 or by email at
Studio Redwood Valentine's Painting Class
Two Valentine Painting Classes
Monday Feb. 6th & Thursday Feb. 9th,
6 pm-8 pm
Limited to 10 students each class. Adult Class.
Class sample to be posted soon!
10" X 10" Canvas. Textures & Mixed Media.
Your home portrait, your church portrait, your school portrait, any building that ='s LOVE to you.
For Beginner or Advanced. $35.
For more info please call
Studio Redwood, 16 S. Main, Lower Level, Sparta, NC
Nikola's will be holding a wine pairing dinner with Chateau Morrisette on February 10th at 6:30. Please be sure and call to make reservations.
February 11th and February 14th starting at 5:30, they will be holding a 4 course dinner with live music,
a complementary glass of champagne. Call to make reservations.
Located at High Meadows Inn Motel, 10498 HWY 21 South, Glade Valley, NC 28627
For more info please call 336-363-6060
Baywood Boy's BBQ & Catering
Opening Sundays Starting Jan. 15 from 8 am-2 pm
Thursday's Hosting a
Bluegrass Jam from 6 pm-8 pm starting Jan. 12 through Feb. 23 in the upper dining room.
will be held from
4 pm-9 pm
. Following will be a
Sweetheart Party starting at 7 pm.
Downstairs DJ Willie G - Drink Specials
Alleghany Writers Put Pen to Paper
The Alleghany Writer's
their monthly meeting to the
new Alleghany Library
starting on the
4 PM to 5:30 PM
There will be readings from the January prompt, some news on upcoming workshops and critique groups, and discussion on ways to submit stories for publication.
All are invited. There is no pressure to read. Just lots of creative energy!
For more information contact
Ginger Collins at
email@example.com or call
Weekly Rotary Program
The Club meets every
Thursday at 7 am
Alleghany Memorial Hospital Solarium
for a buffet breakfast and program. Visitors are
Feb. 2 - Citizenship awards to AHS students
Feb. 9 - Club Assembly
February 16 - Joel McMillan, Carolina West
February 23 - Lisa Edwards, AMH Pulmonary Function Testing machine
Questions? Call Matt Kovacich at
Learn more about the Alleghany Rotary Club at
Alleghany Jubilee Happenings!
Join us for the
Rise and Shine Band
every Tuesday night. Admission $5 on Tuesday, $6 on Saturday, age 12 and under free.
Hours are 7-10 pm unless otherwise noted. All ages welcome.
lessons on Monday nights from 6-7:30 pm, $3 per person per lesson.
The Alleghany Jubilee is at 25 North Main Street in Sparta, NC. Doors open at 6 p.m. For information call (336) 407-2603 or (336) 200-4560. Recorded schedule information: (336) 200-4949.
Alleghany High School will be hosting the
I-A Regional Wrestling Tournament on Friday and Saturd
February 10th and 11th
l be 28 to 3
2 high school wrestling
teams participating in this tourname
nt. These wrestlers are competing to m
ove on to the NC State Championship.
Sparta will be booming on
Feb. 10th and 11th with lots of parents and family members. This means they will be looking to eat and shop in our downtown area!
Project WILD Workshop
Project WILD workshops are for adults interested in teaching young people about wildlife. Participants receive the Project WILD K-12 educator guide along with materials specifically about North Carolina wildlife. The educator guide contains more than 150 hands-on activities that focus on wildlife and natural resources. Please come dressed for the weather as the entire workshop will be held outdoors. The six hour workshop can can count towards Criteria I, II or Continuing Education credit for the NC EE Certification Program. Prior registration is required; please contact Ranger Jeff Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or 336-957-8185 to register.
This is for the Birds!!!
Bring your binoculars and join a Ranger to see what we can see on this short, and easy hike along the river. It is recommended to wear sturdy shoes, dress according to the weather for the day and bring water.
Learn about Black Bears! Join a Park Ranger to learn about this often feared creature. Black bears can be found throughout a large portion of NC. They often make the news when they pass through a populated area. This program will separate the facts and myths about black bears. Please meet at the 221 Access, Visitor Center located at New River State Park
358 New River State Park Road
Laurel Springs, NC 28644.
Special Olympics- Alleghany 5th Annual Polar Plunge
Save the Date for the 5th Annual Polar Plunge will take place on March 25th at Lake Louise- Roaring Gap Club. Laurelwood Cir, Roaring Gap, NC 28668
For more information, please call 336-306-4555.