StreetCircleDrive welcomes Executive Director of the United Arts Council of Catawba County, Kathy Greathouse
Austin Pearce, Director of the Hickory Soup Kitchen and the hosts talk about the organization and some of the awesome events that are coming to Hickory in the near future.
StreetCircleDrive team is finally back from their Thanksgiving coma – and ready to fill up again! This episode we venture over towards Springs Road to Parkway House Restaurant. Thank goodness for our guest, Hickory favorite Molly Bass, whose humor and honesty kept us on our toes – and awake after our big meal! We talk all things “arts” and do some brainstorming about how to make it better.
McNally gives a new meaning to “appetizer”, Moose loves musicals, and Mary-Margaret wants to start a Booster club! All this and more on the latest StreetCircleDrive – only on The MESH!
It’s a wonderful day in Hickory as we take in all it has to offer! We’re featuring a new segment for all the naysayers out there. Title pending, but it’s pretty much: “Here’s what you should go and do when you think there is nothing to do”.
Plus we drool on the mics as we discuss our latest restaurant review – and our top five songs. Random? Maybe. StreetCircleDrive is ready for you to enjoy.
What is K-64 and what are they doing for Catawba County? We’ve got the CEO, Mark Story, here to answers our (and your) questions! Is it more than the “Chromebook” supplier? What are their plans for the future? Plus…
Moose brings a laundry list of “things to do”, McNally visited a restaurant he’s never been to, and Mary-Margaret is the only one at the table with hair.
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To help us add to the list of “things Moose might be scared by” we welcome Calvin Reyes, owner of Henry River Mill Village. Calvin updates us on the project plans, current events, and what happens to trespassers! Up next, MM welcomes back the LR Bears, and McNally walks us through our review of this episode: a sneaky little spot called The Wooden Spool.