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Book Signing & Public Lecture
The Month of Their Ripening by Georgann Eubanks
Thursday, November 29
Caldwell County Public Library - Room 7
This event is free and open to the public
Books will be available for purchase
Join NC Cooperative Extension-Caldwell County Center,Patterson School Foundation, and the Caldwell County Public Library for a book signing and public lecture by author Georgann Eubanks. Georgann will be speaking about her new book, The Month of Their Ripening, which features heritage foods of North Carolina. Books will be available for purchase and a book signing will follow the lecture. Admission is free, and light refreshments will be served.
Georgann taught creative writing during the Caldwell Arts Council's Artists-in-the-Schools Program in the 1980's, and has taught Creative Writing for Duke University for many years. She and filmmaker Donna Campbell have also made a film documenting the work of sculptor Thomas Sayre.
The upcoming NC Egg Grading Class at N.C. Cooperative Extension- Caldwell County Center is a training class for people who have small flocks and sell eggs on a regular basis to consumers.
During the class we will be covering topics such as safe handling practices, interior and exterior egg quality, as well as laws and regulations surrounding egg grading and sales in North Carolina. There will be hands-on applications of techniques taught in the class so that participants can gain knowledge of how to grade eggs for sale in North Carolina.
If you are an egg producer who is producing more than 30 dozen eggs per week, are interested in expanding past this threshold, or are wanting to learn more about egg grading then this class is for you!
There is no fee for the class but prior registration is required to ensure an accurate headcount for lunch. Space is limited. Sign up today by calling 828-757-1290 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go to go.ncsu.edu/egggradingclass for agenda.
Timber or landscape trees destroyed by recent fires, hurricanes or other storms are “casualty losses” that may allow the property owners to take a deduction on their federal income tax returns. To help timber owners, as well as home owners, who suffered timber or landscape tree damages with their tax reporting, this webinar will focus on the new tax law changes that Congress passed in 2017 that affect the casualty loss deductions starting in the 2018 tax year.
Join the webinar by clicking here
Dec 7, 2018 1:00 pm US/Eastern
Length: 01:00 (hh:mm)
Pre-registration not required.
Dr. Linda Wang serves as a National Timber Tax Specialist with USDA Forest Service in Washington D.C. She is an author and speaker on federal income tax and estate tax planning relating to private woodlands. She has a Ph.D. in Forest Economics and a CPA certificate.
Society of American Foresters - Certified Forester Education (SAF-CFE) - 1 hour Category 1 Credit
Georgia Master Timber Harvester - Continuing Logger Ed. (GaMTH CLE) - 1 hour CLE - Business Credit
Monthly county beekeepers meeting. Meetings are held in various meeting rooms at the Caldwell County Library. For more information contact Doug Galloway 828.612.1531 or email@example.com or Patrick Muldoon at 828.754-4425.