Hang on – winter will be over and spring coming!
Editor, Tradewind Time
Seemed appropriate with the beautiful weather we are experiencing in Emerald Isle, as many are across the country. Happy holidays!
Come join us for some holiday fun at the Emerald Club. DJ Robbie Jones will be cranking out the tunes, a few games coming your way to help all your Parrot Head friends kick off the “Season”. There will be some free food provided by the Emerald Club but we encourage you to bring a little Christmas munchie to round out the eats. This year instead of Toys for Tots we are collecting much needed items for the Carteret County Domestic Violence Program and Family Promise of Carteret County as well as non perishable food items for the Hope Mission/Martha’s Cupboard Food Pantry. Choose one or all three. Get out you best red and green attire and help us party with a purpose!
We recently received the following email request; let’s see if we can help Caitlin (one of our newer members) out with some supplies.
Can you send out an email asking PH’s to save paper grocery bags for me? Any bag will help. We’ll be using them to store some vegetation samples from our marsh field work. As funding is practically non existent for sea level rise studies (shocking! I know…) any donations of bags will be helpful for one less thing to spend our grant money on.
You can bring the bags you save to any Parrot Head event, or contact us at email@example.com if you have some bags for Caitlin.
Emerald Isle Christmas Parade Float Meeting at Sue and Ken ‘s house (StonesEnd) on October 14th at 6:30. (9701 Ashley Place in EI)This will be a planning meeting to solidify our ideas for this year’s float and take stock of what materials are available. Jeannine Patane will be heading up the project as Big Bird and herding all of us cats as the float takes shape.
PLEASE NOTE…this weekend’s PHall PHestival has been postponed to October 17th due to hurricane Joaquin!!! The DIVAS race and apple butter will take place SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17th.
PHlocking will still be held at 7 at Emerald club given there’s no significant weather threats.
TIE DYE HURRICANE “PARTY WITH A PURPOSE” this Saturday the 3rd at 11:30 at Jack and Renee Synan’s house. Cost $15 for “Go Fish” long sleeve tees and dying supplies.
Thanks for your flexibility. Everyone stay safe this weekend!
Riders Leave in Waves on September 26, 8AM at Fort Macon State Park
North Carolina has some spectacular views, especially along our beautiful coastline. Sign up to ride on September 26 for the Cycling For The Coast annual event which takes place on the beautiful Island of Bogue Banks. Ride a 20K, 40K or 80K to help raise funds for the Coastal Federation’s salt marsh and oyster habitat education programs. Sign Up Online at NCCoast.org