High Country Events for March, 2019

  1. Due South Classic Fly Fishing Banquet & Tournament
    March 8th – Banquet at 6:30 pm at Basil’s Pasta;
    March 9th – Tournament begins at 6:45am at 2575 Hwy 105 Suite 60 Boone, NC
    2nd annual tournament with all proceeds benefitting the Middle Fork Greenway. On the evening of the 8th, there will be a banquet style fundraiser with raffle and auction items, allowing participants and volunteers to meet and mingle while raising even more money. Tournament day is March 9th, with a limit of 20 participants of all experience levels featuring both team and individual competition categories.
  2. St. Patrick’s Day Parade
    March 16th – 2pm taking place along King Street in Downtown Boone, NC.
    Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Boone’s 2nd annual downtown parade! Parade entries will be competing for cash prizes this year, so expect to see them going all out. Come grab a spot along King Street and decide who deserves to win. Don’t forget to wear your green and bring the kids! Parking downtown will be free during the parade.
  3. Daniel Boone Rail Jam
    March 16th – 6-11pm. Daniel Boone Amphitheater at Horn in the West.
    We Can So You Can Foundation hosts its 5th annual Daniel Boone Rail Jam, a ski and snowboard competition with guaranteed snow making, over $12,000 in cash prizes, VIP area with food vendors and private bar, various categories and family-friendly fun for all ages to compete and watch.
  4. Boone Service League’s Totally 80’s Party
    March 30th – 6-10pm. Boone Armory @ 274 Hunting Hills Ln. Boone, NC
    Whether you were born, went to high school, or just lived through the 80’s; you can appreciate the music and culture that made the decade so iconic. Enjoy a night of retro music, dancing, food & fabulous live auction packages. With heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. Tickets are $40 and proceeds help the Boone Service League fund community-based projects throughout the year. 21+.
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