Haywood County Valentine’s Day events
The Classic Wineseller — Sheila Gordon plays and sings the music of Carole King at 7 p.m. Feb. 14 at The Classic Wineseller, 20 Church Street, Waynesville. Gordon has been playing piano and singing her way in to the hearts of thousands since she was a young girl. She has performed hundreds of concerts including a special event for former vice president and presidential candidate, Al Gore, and 5,000 of his supporters and friends. Gordon’s beautiful voice moves effortlessly between musical genres such as blues, jazz, gospel, and popular music.
Enjoy a show dedicated to the Valentine’s theme on Saturday, Feb. 15 as jazz vocalist Eve Haslam brings to life many of the love songs popularized by Barbra Streisand and other performers. One of Haslam’s favorite Streisand songs is "How Does Wine Taste" (composed by Matt Dubey and Harold Karr) from the 1964 PEOPLE album. She will be joined by Simon George on piano, and Shannon Hoover on string bass. The evening includes a delicious four course dinner and show for $29.99 per person plus tax & gratuity.
The Herren House Bed and Breakfast — Special Valentine’s Day dinner will feature a four-course meal with wine for $50 a person. Deborah Horn from Junaluska Music Studio will be performing live during the dinner.
Frog Level Brewing Company — Valentine’s Night with The Mixx, Love Medicated performs on Feb. 15.
The Strand at 38 Main — "Romeo and Juliet" shows at 7:45 p.m. Feb. 14 and at 7:45 p.m. and 10:15 p.m. Feb. 15. Admission is $6 for adults and $4 for ages 12 and under. Concessions are available in The Lounge beginning one hour before show time.
Laurel Ridge Country Club — Valentine’s Day dinner
Frogs Leap Public House — The menu for two will begin with amuses and glasses of Cava, then you will choose one snack, one small plate, two entrees and one dessert from the Valentines Day menu, all for $90.0++. Call 828-456-1930 for reservations.