Hendersonville's Music on Main season finale is scheduled for this Friday, August 17th in historic downtown Hendersonville featuring big band music from Tuxedo Junction and a classic car show.Every summer, the City of Hendersonville hosts a free music event every Friday in the historic downtown area. Tomorrow, August 17, 2012, will mark Hendersonville’s Music on Main season finale. The big band stylings of Tuxedo Junction will close out this season in style. The Hendersonville Antique Car Club will also be sponsoring a classic car show to bid adieu to summer.

Seating will open up at 5:30pm so you can pick your spot. Make sure to bring a lawn chair and/or blanket for comfort. The concert itself will begin at 7pm. If the Hendersonville weather is uncooperative, the concert will be postponed until 8pm. However, if Mother Nature is still being ornery, the event will be canceled altogether. There is a slight chance of rain tomorrow, so, please keep this in mind.

Hendersonville‘s Music on Main season finale is scheduled take place in the downtown area tomorrow night from 7pm to 9pm. Take the family to see classic cars, listen to great music, munch on goodies from local restaurants and just have a good time. This will be the last free Music on Main event until next summer.

Rich Cooke, your Western North Carolina real estate specialist

Originally posted on my Western North Carolina real estate blog here: http://rich-cooke.com/2012/08/16/hendersonvilles-music-on-main-season-finale/.

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Hendersonville Bike and Moped Registration Available - Hendersonville residents can now register their bikes and mopeds with the police department to make it easier to recover if lost or stolen.The Hendersonville Police Department recently announced a new service in an effort to help recover lost or stolen property. As of July 25th, all Hendersonville residents can register their bicycle or moped information online. Your information will be stored in a data base for easy access by law enforcement officers if your bike or moped is stolen or found abandoned.

The registration form is simple. All you need to do is fill out your name and address, what you are registering (bike or moped), phone number, make, style, color and serial number of the item you’re registering and any other information you would like to keep on file, including distinctive marks, decoration, etc. Finally, submit your email address and that’s it. It’s free and only takes a few minutes. If you don’t want to register online, you can always call the Hendersonville Police Department directly at (828) 697-3025.

Bicycles can sometimes run into the thousands of dollars, especially if you’re an enthusiast. Mopeds are a great means of transportation because they are so cheap to operate. Unfortunately, these are exactly the reasons thieves may target your property. Hendersonville bike and moped registration is now available. Registering your property may help the police recover it quicker if it ever rides off without you.

Rich Cooke, your Western North Carolina real estate specialist

Originally posted on my Western North Carolina real estate blog here: http://rich-cooke.com/2012/08/09/hendersonville-bike-and-moped-registration-available/.

Western North Carolina Real Estate - Whether you're interested in buying or selling your Hendersonville/Asheville area home, consider using the services of Rich Cooke, John Knapp and Jan Knapp for your Western North Carolina real estate needs.

Asheville's National Night Out - August 7, 2012 from 5:30-7:30pm, Asheville's National Night Out kicks off at the Wesley Grant Southside Center.Next Tuesday, August 7, 2012 is Asheville‘s National Night Out. From 5:30pm to 7:30pm, the Asheville Police Department will partner with the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office and Target to bring this national celebration of community safety and crime prevention to the Asheville area. Asheville’s National Night Out will take place at the Dr Wesley Grant Sr Southside Center (285 Livingston St).

National Night Out is a nationwide event that encourages community members to get outside of their houses, meet their neighbors and introduce local law enforcement to the community. Participants will learn how they can help their local police department keep crime and drug use at bay. Being aware of what is going on in your Asheville neighborhood makes it easier to notice when something is out of place. Since the police can’t be everywhere at once, increasing the amount of eyes looking out for possible crimes in progress and alerting the appropriate law enforcement agencies can help keep crime rates low, increasing the safety we all enjoy here in Western North Carolina.

Asheville’s National Night Out will include a canine demonstration, fun backyard games, food and vehicles from the Asheville police, firefighter, EMT and other safety departments. Local police officers will also be on hand to answer questions and give advice on how to look out for and report a crime as well as how to prevent it from happening in the first place. Asheville’s National Night Out kicks things off from 5:30pm to 7:30pm next Tuesday, August 7th. Feel free to continue the evening’s festivities with your own block party after the official kickoff ends.

Rich Cooke, your Western North Carolina real estate specialist

Originally posted on my Western North Carolina real estate blog here: http://rich-cooke.com/2012/08/02/ashevilles-national-night-out/.

Western North Carolina Real Estate - Whether you're interested in buying or selling your Hendersonville/Asheville area home, consider using the services of Rich Cooke, John Knapp and Jan Knapp for your Western North Carolina real estate needs.