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Frogs Leap Public HouseInnovative Southern Food with a Local Backbone & Home Grown Libations. A farm-to-table restaurant serving regionally inspired modern dishes. Our weekly menu highlights seasonal southern foods and local ingredients. Wood-Grilled Steaks & Chops/NC Rainbow Trout/Local Beer, Wine & Liquor. Hours: Lunch: Tuesday –Saturday 11:30-2:30. Dinner: Tue-Thu 5-9 & Fri-Sat 5-10. Diner's Choice Award 2012-2016, Open Table #3 Overall Best Restaurant, #2 Best Food, #1 Fit For Foodies 2016 in Asheville/WNC 2016 - 44 Church Street - 828-456-1930 - frogsleappublichouse.com

Montgomery Street Market A Farm-To-Fork Fresh Market, Seafood Shop, Butcher Shop, Smokehouse & Specialty Market Fresh Seafood, Local Meats & Poultry, House Smoked Meats, Grill Ready Items, The Hop Ice Cream, Wine, Beer, Specialty Beverages, BBQ To Go, House Made Spice Rubs & Condiments, Deli Salads, Soups & Dips. Holiday Specials. Please Pre-Order. 171 Montgomery St 828-456-1965 montgomerystreetmarket.com

Kandi's Cake and Bake Shop Located street level, tucked under the Oak Park Inn. A quaint hometown bakery featuring Danish pastry in a variety of flavors. Home of the famous creamhorn and fan favorites such as date bars, teaballs, and English tea cookies. We stock our shelves early every Thursday, Friday and Saturday and also serve muffins and cinnamon rolls, but don’t forget the cake! Cupcakes also rank on top of the list of faves. We are a small operation, but don't delay, the early bird gets the worm! Please come and enjoy a sweet treat while seated under the large pine at one of our bright red tables. You won’t be disappointed. 200 South Main St 828.246.0180 kanndiscakesandbakeshop.com

Spice & Tea Pantry. To find a large selection of premium, loose leaf teas, you are invited to the Spice & Tea Pantry (find us inside the Olde Brick House). Our teas are all produced by plantations which are part of the Ethical Tea Partnership. 66 N Main St - 828-452-4880 - SpiceTeaPantry@gmail.com - Open Mon-Sat 10-5:30

The Strand at 38 Main Movies, Music, & Ice Cream Parlor - Serving Craft Beer, Wine & Locally Made Ice Cream - OPEN Tues, Wed, Thurs 3-9, Fri 3-10, Sat 11-10, Sun 1-6 Check out the Movies and Entertainment Schedule & Get Tickets online 38 N Main St 828-283-0079 38main.com





Downtown Happenings

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Great Smokys Realty is the newest full service real estate brokerage business in beautiful downtown Waynesville, where we focus on residential and commercial real estate listings and sales. Great Smokys Realty is proud of our affiliation with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and we would be honored to represent you in the sale or purchase of your home or business. At Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Great Smokys Realty, our motto is "We are responsible for all aspects of all transactions all the time. So relax! We’ve got it covered." Give us a call and see how we can put this to work for you. 36 S Main St 828-564-1950 4smokys.com

The Smoky Mountain News Open House 5-7pm, Friday, June 3 in our parking lot. We’re inviting all downtown merchants to join us as we celebrate our 17th birthday. Drop by to mingle with the staff and partake of free snacks and drinks before heading to downtown galleries for Art After Dark. 144 Montgomery St

Mast General Store June 4 - Land Trust Day - with the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy (SAHC). Recognized for 14 years at Mast Store, Land Trust Day is a friend-raising event encouraging new memberships in local land trusts, as well as an educational opportunity to learn how these groups are preserving our land heritage. The land trust movement is not new. Some land trusts have been in place for over a century. In the past five years, the amount of land protected by local and regional land trusts has more than doubled nationwide. The SAHC has protected publicly-accessible tracts in such iconic places as the Highlands of Roan, Mt. Mitchell State Park and the Black Mountains, Hickory Nut Gap, along the Blue Ridge Parkway, and adjoining the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. They particularly focus on conserving lands visible from and surrounding the Appalachian Trail in the Southern Appalachians. Since initiating their Farmland Program in 2005, SAHC has protected thousands of acres for local food production, including land used by Hickory Nut Gap Farm, Flying Cloud Farm, Reeves Homeplace Farm, Bee Branch Farm, Second Spring Market Garden, Sparrow Hill Farm, Claxton Farm, and Sandy Mush Herb Nursery. SAHC has achieved this success by forging and maintaining long-term conservation relationships with private landowners and public agencies, owning and managing land, and encouraging healthy local communities. Representatives from the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy will be at the Mast Store in Waynesville on Saturday, June 4th, to share with guests the activities they are undertaking to conserve the open spaces in the region. The Mast General Store will donate 20% of sales on that Saturday to the SAHC. Visit the website - appalachian.org - for more information on current projects and membership in the organization. To learn more about Mast Store's other land trust partners, click on MastStore.com.

The Waynesville Public Art Commission Unveils their Newest Project on Saturday, June 4 The Waynesville Public Art Commission is pleased to announce the dedication of the latest public art piece entitled “Waynesville – Always Ready” which will be located in front of the Old Armory building, on Boundary Street in Frog Level. The dedication ceremony will include the art piece's location and a BBQ lunch from Bogart's will be served. The public is invited to attend. Donations for the lunch will be accepted. Waynesville – Always Ready was sculpted by Stefan Bonitz, an artist who is very familiar to citizens & visitors to Waynesville as another of his pieces, Old Time Music has become one of the most recognizable images of the downtown. Mr. Bonitz is a metal sculptor who uses found objects and traditional fabrication for his large assemblages. This newest artwork was crafted as a bench to allow for a more interactive yet functional piece. With its strong ties to the military and the National Guard, the old Armory is the perfect location to allow the public to come, sit, enjoy and reflect on the dedication of those who serve. For more information, contact Chairman Nick DePaolo at 456-9918.

The Mountaineer is having their annual free LADIES NIGHT OUT Event, June 30, 5:30-8pm at Maggie Valley Club & Resort. Bring friends and join the fun. Shop with more than 30 vendors. You will see a little bit of everything! Come see what each vendor has to offer!

Rock Realty Hello Waynesville! The real estate market is HOT! We've SOLD 82% of the Residential Listings we've handled in the past 12 months. Need to sell YOUR Waynesville area home or are you looking to buy in 2016? We are ready to assist you. These historically low interest rates can't last forever. We can help with loan pre-approval and show any home you'd like to see. Search Waynesville homes now at SearchHaywoodHomes.com. Local owners can receive a Free Home Evaluation. Visit WaynesvilleHomeUpdates.com & find out prices in YOUR neighborhood! We're also interviewing career-minded real estate agents to join our busy team. No desk fees, free training, tons of leads! 65 Wall St beside the WPD. 828-452-3000 Visit RockRealtyOnline.com. Jeff Ferguson Owner/Broker.

LN Davis Insurance Agency The HE-007 form of homeowner insurance policy is an enhanced form of coverage and is a guaranteed replacement contract. This type of policy is generally reserved for high valued homes only. We have an exclusive contract with the Cincinnati Insurance Company to supply this type of coverage for any value home as long as you meet the qualifications. Generally, the premium is actually less than most standard H03 homeowner policies. Log homes are not eligible as well as secondary or seasonal homes, however, we do have other markets for this as well. 143 N Main St - 9-5 M-F. Give us a call for any insurance need you may have. Gary Lance 828-452-2876 LNdavis.com

Christmas is…Everyday is open Monday through Saturday from 10AM to 5PM. Come on in, check out all of the new ornaments, Santas and Christmas puzzles that have arrived. I have also received some new Woodwick Candles. Be sure and check out my new web site christmas-is-everyday.com 113 N Main St 828-452-7945

Ellie Mays Fine Resale Visit Ellie May's where you can up cycle your wardrobe! Choose something just for you from our exceptional mixture of great brands and styles of clothing, shoes, handbags and accessories; priced right and just waiting for you. If you love jewelry (and who doesn't) you should stop by our Estate Jewelry section, where there is something for everyone. Shop happy at Ellie May's! 162 N Main St, 828-476-5018

High Country Furniture & Design Our showrooms are always changing here at High Country! We have recently received shipments from I, and more. We also have the American Leather Spring Comfort Recliner Promotion going on now until June 21. Classic Leather is now on the High Country website! Classic Leather is "the oldest manufacturer of leather upholstered furniture in the USA." Browse through over 250 items on our website today! 112 North Main St Mon-Sat 10–6, highcountry.com 828-454-0846

Haywood County Arts Council The Swannanoa Chamber Music Festival begins again in late June. Every summer, groups of world-class musicians travel from all corners of the globe to WNC in order to perform, collaborate, & practice their craft at the Swannanoa Chamber Music Festival. All five performances will take place at 7:30 p.m. at the HART Performing Arts Center on Pigeon Street on the evenings of June 26, and July 3, 10, 17, and 24. Individual and season tickets are available at the HCAC on Main St or by calling 828-452-0593. June 3 - 25 brings a new garden-inspired art exhibit to the HCAC Gallery & Gifts titled Pollinate, Propagate, Cultivate. This show is brought to you in partnership with the Haywood Extension Master Gardener Volunteers. The opening reception will coincide with Art After Dark, Friday, June 3, 6-9pm. The garden tour will take place on Sat. June 18. For more info about the garden tour, call 28-456-3575. As part of a grant from the Duke Energy Foundation, the Arts Council has partnered with the HCC Small Business Center to provide five workshops for area artists and arts-based businesses. The workshop series, titled New Spaces: Courses to Help Arts Businesses Thrive Digitally and In Real Life, will take place on five consecutive Thursdays starting May 12 and ending June 9, from 10am-Noon. The courses are free, but registration is required. Please visit HCC Seminars to sign up for the June courses

The HCAC has partnered with HART to manage their Rodwell Gallery in the Performing Arts Center Main Stage lobby. Enjoy a new show featuring artist Rod Whyte. For more info, rodwhytedesigns.com. Friends of the Library Free Concert Series continues in June with Two Armadillos at Waynesville branch Sat, June 11. Storyteller Gary Carden to perform, Canton branch, June 12, 3pm. Open to the public, Sponsored by Friends of the Library. Find out more about all of the events & more. 86 N Main St Waynesville, NC 28786 haywoodarts.org Open Mon-Sat, 10-5.

Twigs And Leaves Gallery Holly Turner will be demonstrating at Twigs and Leaves during Art After Dark, June 3, 6-9PM. A resident of Lake Junaluska, Holly carves polymer clay into delicate figurines then adorns them in natural materials. Her work is truly amazing and a must see. Friday evening, as you stroll through the gallery’s 150+ primarily regional artists, enjoy piano music by Waynesville's Diane Wolfe. Delight in the savory hors d'oeurvres. 98 N Main St - Open Mon-Sat 10-5:30, Sunday 1-4 - 828-456-1940 Find and "Like" us on Facebook. twigsandleaves.com

Cedar Hill Studio And Gallery Oil Painter Susan Poole will be Demonstrating during Art After Dark, Friday, June 3, 6-9pm. Susan is a colorist extraordinaire! She paints with sensitivity and flare. Her paintings draw you in, make you Smile and warm your heart. Mark your calendars! June 1st marks the beginning of our 4th year as an exceptional Art Gallery. Come meet our new artists! Join us for our 4th Anniversary Celebration June 26th 2-5pm. Refreshments, door prizes and the piano music of Steve Whiddon. A Great Party! Search and "LIKE" us on Facebook. Across From the old Courthouse, 196 N Main St 828-421-6688 cedarhillstudio.com

Fifi’s Fine Resale Apparel If you're going to visit the Great Smoky Mountains this summer, you will want to check out Fifi’s in Downtown Waynesville. Fifi’s is a beautiful little boutique-style women's consignment shop carrying upscale brands - Chicos, Talbots, Sigrid Olsen, Coach, Brahmin to name a few. Our friendly staff will help with accessorizing an outfit with fun scarves and jewelry, completing that outfit with matching shoes & handbag. Come in & say hi to us at Fifi’s. You’ll be happy you did. 42 N Main St, 828-454-9393 Mon-Thu 10-5 Fri-Sat 10-6

Wall Street Books Come find a hidden treasure at Wall Street Books! We specialize in Book Exchange, which means you bring in your gently used books and receive Store Credit! Then you can shop for new adventures in print and use that Credit to make your purchases. Under new ownership (Sep 2015), we have revamped the store to better help you find what you're looking for. Our expanded North Carolina and Children's sections are filled with incredible finds sure to engage your heart and mind. You'll find our shelves loaded with every genre under the sun, including Fiction, Military and Historical Fiction, Mysteries, Thrillers, Romance, Cookbooks, Art, Hobbies and Crafts, Religion, Christianity, Sports, Animals, Business, Gardening…the list goes on! Greg and Bonnie (the new owners), Stephanie, Peter and Leah are all waiting to help you find exactly what you’re looking for. Come see us, and make sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram under Wall Street Books! 181 Wall St To find us, head down the short alleyway beside The Olde Brick House and turn left! 828.456.5000 WallStreetBooksNC.com M-F 11-5:30, Sat: 10-6

The Jeweler's Workbench It’s that time of year…stop by the Jeweler's Workbench and check out our new collection of watches! Brand new arrivals of Tense and Milieris time pieces. Tense Watches designs high quality wooden watches. They are made from 100% recycled or reclaimed wood, and are powered by Miyota Watch Movements from Japan. Each watch is manufactured by hand in our workshop in Vancouver, BC. Eduardo Milieris is an artist of many disciplines and voices, yet timepieces have been a constant passion over the course of his life. Watchcraft timepieces bring together a range of artistic disciplines, such as welding, sculpture, engraving, and painting. Milieris is an artist who brings a range of mediums into each hand-wrought timepiece. Within each of the thirteen collections there are slight variations of style and design, but each watch is its own piece of art, never mass produced, always authentic. Don't forget that The JWB does repairs and custom work on-site. All of our work is done on-site so your jewelry never leaves our gallery. Our bench jeweler, Pat Bauman is a 4th generation jeweler and a member of The Southern Highlands Craft Guild and will be happy to assist in the design and offer available options for repairs and re-purposing your treasures. The Jeweler's Workbench 80 N Main St thejwbench.com 828-456-2260

Haywood Family Eye Care, O.D., PLLC Join us Thursday, June 2 2-6pm, as we welcome Oakley for some Fun in the Sun! Buy an Oakley frame, get 30% off your prescription lenses. Buy a second pair, get 50% off that pair of prescription lenses! If you are a contact lens wearer we have a deal for you as well, stop in for details! 29 N Main St 828-456-8361 haywoodfamilyeye.com


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