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September 2015

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Mention this Ad and get a free Hot Dog when you purchase a Hot Dog. Bryon’s at 110. N. Poindexter – Somewhere In Time by C.L. Cooke Good things should never be forgotten. The food, preparation, and spirit emulate the local Hot Dog stand of the 1950’s…but improved. Stacey and Bryon Hickman are both local born and reared. Northeastern North Carolina BBQ is minced with coleslaw on…and so it is at Bryon’s. Then what in the world is the Nixon’s BBQ doing on a hot dog bun? Because this is a hot dog stand first, and then some. Orange, lemon, and lime are squeezed fresh to remind us of the local soda fountain . There is an assortment of novelty candies and other drinks that correctly complement the Hot Dog and BBQ. The grilled hot dog on the steamed bun is made distinctive by the 11 ingredients found in the chili preparation. Some may want to add an old school twist with pig’s feet or a Kosher or Sour Dill pickle on the side. While the Hickman’s have captured the rural charm of the past, they create a spiritual atmosphere of reverence and courtesy. The radio plays contemporary Christian music at an easy to digest volume. Bring the kids. With Fall and Winter approaching, we can anticipate homemade soups and chicken potpie. Even now you can munch the homemade desserts and wash it down with a cup of Maxwell House coffee, or hot chocolate. Don’t forget; on the way out you can take a jar of Chapanoke honey home. Honey will not spoil. Enjoy time downtown Elizabeth City and experience Somewhere In Time at Bryon’s from 10:30 – 5, M-Th and 10:30 – 3 every Friday. Call 339-2493. No Reservations Needed If you wish an article written about your business call Scott at 252-312-2302 INDIAN SUMMER FESTIVAL Defender 1 Self Defense The 34th Indian Summer Festival is coming! On September 11th and 12th Historic Hertford, Inc. again will hold its annual Indian Summer Festival. Friday night, September 11th, the event will kick off with a tribute to the emergency responders in our area. This will include the presentation of the colors by the Hertford Fire Department Color Guard and local Boy and Cub Scouts in honor of 9/11. There will be a prayer of remembrance and members of the Albemarle Chorale will sing patriotic songs for all to enjoy. The ceremony will take place at 6:30 p.m. The DJ Cowboy will be on hand on Friday for your music enjoyment. Craft and informational booths are located along Church Street and food vendors are on Market Street on both Friday evening and all day Saturday. The Beer and Wine Garden will be open to complete the evening! New cars will be on display from local car dealers so come and enjoy. On Friday night the band The Main Event will be on stage at 7 p.m. on the Courthouse Green for the free street dance and entertainment. The Main Event is an eastern North Carolina Band that will be performing at the ISF for the first time. They are an established band based out of Greenville and put on a very energetic show. Their members range in age from their mid-20s to their mid-50s and a have a mix of experiences. The band performs R&B, soul, beach, country and funk. So put on your dancing shoes and join in the fun! Like “hot stuff”? Then the Stinger Pop Challenge on the Courthouse Green during band intermission is just for YOU. Sign up at their booth in front of the Green or just come and watch the fun! Many activities are scheduled for Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A Kids Zone takes place in the Hertford Baptist Church parking lot on Saturday making Saturday a fun affair for children and adults alike. Our annual Car Show will be in the Town Dock area in front of the Hertford Police Department building. Come and see cars from the “old days” and vote for your favorites! We are happy to be able to say that this area will also be the place at 11:30 a.m. for the Coast Guard Helicopter Hoist Rescue demonstration. As always, sure to be a crowd-pleaser! New this year -- Stroud Marine and Son will have stand-up paddle boards for purchase and demonstrations and the ever-popular Periauger will again be offering free rides at 10 a.m. and 1 and 3 p.m. On the main stage local entertainment will be carried out throughout the day. The Beer and Wine Garden will be open for lunchtime enjoyment as well! As always, the Indian Summer Festival will be a fun-time for everyone – so why not come and enjoy! If your church or civic organization would like a free 1 hour seminar on the Defender 1 feel free to give Personal Security Academy a call @ 252 312 2302. Defender 1 is a non- lethal self-defense tool 28 Albemarle Tradewinds September 2015 albemarletradewinds.com

Fall Festival Craft & Vendor show and Charity Zombie walk. Join us October 17, Southgate Mall, Elizabeth City NC, for a Fall Festival Craft & Vendor show and Charity Zombie walk. Over 30 vendors will be offering homemade crafts and direct sales items such as Tupperware, Thirty-One, Damsel in Defense, Scentsy and much more. There will be a costume contest for the kids, best zombie contest for our charity walkers, games and even a pony you can pet. Family fun for all ages. Apprehension Studios is handling the Charity zombie walk, proceeds going to Albemarle food bank and SPCA of Northeastern NC. Come dressed as your best zombie or take advantage of Apprehensions offer of professional zombie transformation (for a small fee). Entry fee for the Zombie Walk is $3 per person or 2 non perishable food items. FMI, please visit https://www.facebook.com/vents/1405130949804884/ Interested in being a volunteer for the walk? Visit http://apprehensionstudio.wix.com/apprehensionstudios1 for the application for volunteers and more details. Next Evolution Wrestling If you weren’t sitting in a chair at the Elizabeth City National Guard Armory August 22, then you missed an exciting night of wrestling action. Loyalties were tested, alliances were made and chaos reigned. The night started with a few rookie guys looking to make a name for themselves. However, long time tag team and former NEW tag team champions Army of 2 taught the newcomers a few lessons that they won’t be forgetting anytime soon. Tag team champions The Geordie Bulldogs again showed their dominance in this sport by fighting a hard battle against Outlaw Inc. In the end the Bulldogs defeated Outlaw Inc, and succeeded in creating a rift in the team. Sam Bass blaming Ryan Nuzzi for their loss, walked out on his partner. What this means for their tag team no one knows yet. Main event, set to be the ultimate battle. AIWF champion Damien Wayne against NEW champion Beau Crockett, title against title. It started off with each champ trying to out wrestle the other. As Crockett started getting the upper hand, Wayne resorted to cheating, pulling every dirty move he could. After an impressive belly to belly suplex off the top rope Crocket began to get the upper hand only to have Sahara Se7en come out to interfere. This biggest surprise of the night was when Sterling Williams came out to help his friend Crockett and instead, pulled a double cross by attacking him along with Curtis Mack. In the end Beau Crockett won by a DQ and retained his title, but did not win the AIWF Heavy weight championship from Damien Wayne. Join us Oct. 31 at 7:30 pm to see the aftermath of the betrayals and new alliances. Costume contest, candy, prizes and great wrestling action, you don’t want to miss this! facebook.com/AlbemarleTradingPost Albemarle Tradewinds September 2015 29