Jim Armstrong

Subaru of Hickory

 

 

When you visit our Hickory new

and used Subaru car dealership

your satisfaction is our primary

concern.

 

We have been a Subaru

dealer for over 31 years.

 

If you value low prices and variety

of high-quality vehicles,

Jim Armstrong Subaru is the

first & last place you will need

to shop for a new or used car

Click here

to shop our inventory

The Shoppes at Farmers

661 West King St

Boone, NC 28607

828-264-8801

 

A truly unique shopping

experience in the heart of

historic downtown Boone.

We feature a wide variety

of merchandise including: jewelry,

handbags, totes, footwear,

apparel, baby gifts, handcrafts

home décor, furniture

toys, r/c drones, kitchenwear,

and much more. Park behind the

store for Free!

ShoppesAtFarmers.Com

 

 

 

Sky Valley Zip Tours

Your Canopy Adventure Awaits

 

5 min. from Boone/Blowing Rock

 

 10 zip lines, a swinging bridge,

a cliff jump, and countless views

 

Click ad for reservations!

855-475-9947

FORAGE SOAP AND CANDLE

 

Traditionally Crafted Soap

100% Natural Bath + Body

Skincare | Aromatherapy

Hand-Poured Candles

- Artisan Jewelry -

 

418 Pineola St Newland, NC

www.foragesoaps.com

Bespoke Dog Training

 Tailor Made

because every dog is different!

 with John Quy @

Little Horse Creek Farm

 Clients call John

 "The REAL Dog Whisperer"

and "The Puppy Master"

 littlehorsecreekfarm.com

336-384-4399, Boarding too!


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Valle Country Fair is Saturday, Oct. 21

Valle Country Fair Saturday, October 21, 2017 9 a.m. â 4 p.m. Admission: Free Parking: $10/car 160+ juried arts and crafts exhibitors, local music and food galore. Hwy 194S in the heart of Valle Crucis 1 mile south of Valle Crucis School

King Street Market on Tuesdays in Boone

There's a new weekday farmers market in Boone from 4-7, rain or shine, every Tuesday just past Galileo's on Poplar Grove Connector off King Street