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Brother Wolf Events

JULY 2018

Sunday, July 29 from 12PM – 2PM at THE BLOCK off biltmore
39 S Market St, Asheville, North Carolina 28801

Sunday brunch for the vegans! Join us at The BLOCK and enjoy a scratch-made vegan meal, drink some delicious libations, and mingle with the community. This brunch will feature a Latin flavor including No Way!-vos Rancheros with a gluten-free option, and vegan/gluten-free Coconut Tres Leches Cake. We will also have some live music on site – more details to come! Tickets are on sale until a few days before the event or when they sell out.

Thursday, August 30 at 3 PM – 9 PM at The Hop Ice Creamery
167 Haywood Rd, Asheville, North Carolina 28806

Doggie Ice Cream Social – Asheville Dog Owners! Years ago we hosted Doggie Ice Cream Socials at The Hop on Merrimon. Now they are back at The Hop Ice Creamery! We will be opening up the outdoor event space of The Creamery to any and all dogs who would like to join! Happy Tails Doggie Ice Cream as well as regular Ice Cream for people will be on the menu 🙂

 


AUGUST 2018

Saturday, August 4 from 11PM – 3PM at Petco, 825 Brevard Rd, Asheville, NC 28806

Petco Adoption Event –  Meet cats and kittens for adoption every Saturday from 11am-3pm at Petco in Asheville!

Saturday, August 11 from 11PM – 3PM at Petco, 825 Brevard Rd, Asheville, NC 28806

Petco Adoption Event –  Meet cats and kittens for adoption every Saturday from 11am-3pm at Petco in Asheville!

Saturday, August 18 from 11PM – 3PM at Petco, 825 Brevard Rd, Asheville, NC 28806

Petco Adoption Event –  Meet cats and kittens for adoption every Saturday from 11am-3pm at Petco in Asheville!

Saturday, August 25 from 11PM – 3PM at Petco, 825 Brevard Rd, Asheville, NC 28806

Petco Adoption Event –  Meet cats and kittens for adoption every Saturday from 11am-3pm at Petco in Asheville!

 


SEPTEMBER 2018

Thursday, September 20 at 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM at The Orange Peel
101 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, North Carolina 28801

Mayer Kirby Mayer Acoustic Group – Singer-songwriters Peter Mayer and Scott Kirby met in 1991 in Key West at the original Margaritaville Café. Peter, fresh from his debut Warner Brothers’ album Piece of Paradise, had come down to work with Jimmy Buffett.Kirby had recently arrived from New Hampshire to rekindle his love affair with music and explore the art of songwriting. The two began a musical friendship that included co-writing, performing, and the record label Little Flock Music. In 2013, Peter son’s Brendan set out on his own musical journey, which included joining his father and Kirby on their annual east coast acoustic tour. The tour features the three on acoustic instruments and percussion. Peter Mayer, who melds influences from jazz, rock and pop in his stunning guitar playing and songwriting, has released a dozen of his own albums while holding down his longtime job as lead guitarist and songwriting collaborator in Jimmy Buffett’s Coral Reefer Band. He has shared the stage with everyone from Chicago to Joni Mitchell in his 30-year career. Scott Kirby, a self-taught finger-style acoustic guitarist and songwriter who has released eight CDs, says most of his influences come from the singer-songwriters and folk-rock artists of the 1970s. When not touring around North America May through October, he regularly performs in Key West at the Smokin’ Tuna Saloon, a 200-seat music club he opened with partners in 2011. Brendan Mayer recently released his first CD, Getaway Car. He spent much of 2014 touring with Jimmy Buffett as the featured guest artist each night. Brendan has inherited a wonderful voice from his father but has honed his own rootsy style performing with his band The Turf.

Brother Wolf Animal Rescue will be receiving 100% of ticket sales from this event thanks to Four Seasons Ford, Hendersonville! Tickets at http://theorangepeel.net/event/mayer-kirby-mayer-acoustic-group/

Saturday, September 22 at 7 AM – 10 PM

The Bad Orange 50 hosted by Boo Hag Races and Brother Wolf Animal Rescue at Beech Mountain, NC. Using the notoriously quad killing, bushwhacked Trail Five (marked by orange blazes, hence the name) of Beech Mountain’s Emerald Outback Trail system as it’s base, Bad Orange is a 50 mile solo or relay trail race on the highest peak east of the Rockies. More info and tickets at www.eventbrite.com/e/the-bad-orange-50-tickets-40980462667.