Posted by Brian Barrier | Oct 15, 2019
It's Fall Y'all
Isn't it just the most beautiful time of year? While the warm weather seems to have delayed the onset of the beautiful fall leaves, you don't have to go far to start seeing fall color. The higher elevations are beginning to display God's handiwork and it will be moving lower and lower as October moves on.
This month's BRCN is chock full of beautiful stories to brighten up your fall. Reverend Bruce Cannon is our front page feature for October, where he discusses the beauty of the season, but also points out that the Lord considers each of us to be important, and he challenges us to enjoy Him by developing your relationship through prayer and reading His Word.
The paper (and our website) is loaded with lots of Good News that will uplift you and make your days brighter. Make sure you check out the paper every month and stop by our website daily for the latest.
Remember you can also pick up a printed copy for free in many locations. A list of where they are available is here.
We always welcome story ideas or events to list so please contact us.
As always, we thank you for reading the Blue Ridge Christian News and visiting us here online!
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Here are upcoming events in our region. If you have something to add to our calendar, please fill out our Contact Us form and we’ll get it on the list.
1pm: Town & Country: A band playing the music of their region.
3pm: Bearwallow: Morganton, NC, based Bearwallow performs a unique blend of progressive bluegrass, old-timey folk, and classic country. They constantly look to reach new heights and audiences as they continue on their musical adventure.
Looking for an experience that’s “out of this world”? Emerald Village offers night-time underground mine tours that unlock vibrant hidden colors available only under ultraviolet light, commonly called black light. The brilliant coatings in the Bon Ami Mine are largely deposits of Hyalite Opal, a true form of opal found in this area. Under shortwave ultraviolet light, these coatings fluoresce or glow a vivid lime green. The effect, underground at night, is stunning!
1pm: Jerry Pearce: An Orchard favorite for his own popular style of music.
3pm: Rewind: A well-known cover band. Band members seamlessly weave 70’s classic rock, British (The Beatles, Cream, The Stones, The Who), Southern rock (Allman Bros, Marshall Tucker Band, Skynyrd), Outlaw country (Cash, Coe, Jennings), and much more.
Wednesday 02/27 20%
Considerable cloudiness. Lows overnight in the mid 40s.
Thursday 02/28 90%
High 55° / Low 46°
Showers early, becoming a steady rain later in the day. High around 55F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 90%. Rainfall near a quarter of an inch.
Friday 03/01 50%
High 50° / Low 41°
Chance of Rain
Cloudy in the morning, then off and on rain showers during the afternoon hours. High near 50F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 50%.
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