Friday, March 9, 2018
Friday Specials at the Maritime Market - 3/9
Good Morning Fellow Islanders!
It's 36 degrees on the front porch this morning, and the deep purple sky is
revealing the firest light of dawn. The air is chilly, still & fragrant,
and the early birds are fluttering about, building their nests and seeking
their breakfast, while the South Beach surf sings a soothing harmony.
We'll warm to the low 50's by the afternoon, under sunny skies and a
moderate westerly breeze. We'll cool to the low 40's overnight, and warm
to the low 60's tomorrow, with mostly sunny skies and mild southwesterly
breezes. Clouds will move in tomorrow night, bringing a chance of spring
showers that could linger through Sunday, with temperatures holding steady
in the low 60's. Skies will clear and temperatures will fall on Monday,
with daytime highs in the 50's through mid-week. Low tide will occur soon,
just after 7 this morning. High tide will peak at about 1:30 this
afternoon, and low tide returns around 7:15 this evening.
For breakfast this morning, Chef Radar is featuring his famous "crunch
wrap" - layers of scrambled eggs, sausage gravy & cheddar cheese, folded
into a flour tortilla and grilled crispy, and only $7.95. For lunch today,
it's fisherman's Friday, with a selection of your favorite calabash
seafood, with side of cole slaw & french fries for only $10.95. Order any
of our regular menu items on-line at www.maritimetogo.com and your order
will be ready when you arrive.
We'll "spring forward" with Daylight Savings time this Sunday, March 11, so
set your clocks ahead by an hour before you retire on Saturday night. Our
early mornings will once again be shrouded in darkness, while the afternoon
daylight allows more time for golf, fishing, beach-combing, or just
relaxing on the porch at sunset :)
We've now posted the registration page for our upcoming Easter Side Porch
Oyster Roast, taking place on Friday, March 30 at the Forest Pavilion -
adjacent to the Market. Go
to www.maritimemarketbhi.com/oyster-roast.aspx to reserve your seats.
The evening features live music by Mark Daffer, along with an incredible
spread of Chef Marc's fresh steamed oysters, steamed old bay shrimp, pulled
pork barbecue, roasted chicken, and a host of sides and other goodies.
Cost is only $32.95/adults or $16.95/children under 12. You can also add a
steamed Live Maine Lobster for just $24 more. Beer & wine will be
available by the glass, or just step into the Market and select your
favorite bottle or six-pack and bring it out to your table. Seats are
limited, so register early.
Immediately after our Oyster Roast on Friday, March 30, we'll host our
first Scotch & Cigar event by the firepits at the Forest Pavilion. We'll
be joined by Jason Marks - owner of Atomic Cigar Company, and he'll be
hand-rolling cigars for attendees to smoke on site or purchase for later
enjoyment. We'll have flights of Single-Malt Scotch available in 1/2, 1,
or 2oz pours. We'll also have a fine selection of craft Bourbons, and
we'll begin after the Oyster Roast winds down - sometime around 7:30 or
8pm. Registration is not necessary - just drop by and join the fun!
The Shoals Club is now open for the season. Both Aqua and Latiudes are
open Thursday thru Saturday nights, and the Sandbar Grille (and the pool)
open next Thursday, March 15, and will then be open Monday-Saturday thru
March. Both pools have new plaster & tile, and there are new lounge chairs
for the Member's Deck. Make your dinner reservations for Aqua by calling
It's time to make reservations for Easter Brunch! Shoals Club will have
two seatings - 10:30am and 12:30pm, while the BHI Club will offer open
reservations beginning at 11am. Easter Brunches at both clubs will sell
out quickly, so call Shoals Club at 910-454-4850 or the BHI Club at
910-457-7300 to reserve your spot.
The Annual Boy Scout Breakfast fundraiser will take place at the
Association Center, beginning at 9am this comng Wednesday, March 14, and
featuring Jon David as the keynote speaker. Jon is our local District
Attorney, and has been involved with scouting for many years. Please
confirm your attendance by sending a quick note to Larry Lammert at
The Conservancy's Lecture series at the BHI Club continues on Thursday,
March 15, with a presentation titled "Imaging the Battles of the Atlantic"
- discussing the documenting of WWII off the North Carolina Coast. The
program begins at 5:30pm, and the cost is only $14.95++, so call the BHI
Club at 910-457-7450 to make your reservation.
The Village Council will hold a Public Hearing on on Friday, March 16 on a
proposed $6 million Bond referendum for beach renourishment projects. The
meeting takes place at the BHA and begins at 2:30pm. All islanders are
encouraged to attend.
The next Friends of Music Concert takes place at the Village Chapel on
Friday, March 16, and features an incredibly talented teen prodigy named
Gabiel Crist. He'll be playing the piano beginning at 7:30pm.
The BHI Club will host a special St. Patrick's Day dinner & concert on
Saturday, March 17, from 6-9pm, featuring a concert by world renowned
fiddler Andrea Beaton. She's recorded 6 albums and performs worldwide.
Reservations are required, and adults are only $29++.
The Badwater Ultra-Marathon returns to the island for the weekend of March
16-18, bringing hundreds of running enthusiasts from around the world to
take place in their "warm-up" marathon - a mere 51 miles - with embedded
shorter races, and the race route running through the island's Wynds, and
along the beaches. The island community is thrilled to host this
organization, and many of our islanders will be volunteering to help with
water stations, directions, and other assistance for runners. Many of the
participants will be staying on the island, so give them a hearty welcome
when you see them. For more information about the Badwater Marathon,
please visit http://www.badwater.com/event/badwater-cape-fear/
The BHA's next Potluck Supper takes place on Monday, March 19 at 6pm in the
Generator Hall, so come out and meet your neighbors! Bring a dish to share
along with your favorite beverage. For more information, please contact FA
McLeod at email@example.com.
As part of the Chapel’s 2018 mission project, Re-CYCLE BHI, a used bike
collection event will take place on Saturday March 31. Re-CYCLE volunteers
will gladly take your old bicycles, no matter how battered, and with the
help of the Bald Head Island Club, deliver them to a group in Fayetteville,
NC that restores, repairs and distributes bicycles to underprivileged
children in five NC counties. To learn about this fabulous group go to
 http://www.wral.com/thanks-to -widow-legacy-of-bicycle-man-
lives-on-in-fayetteville/17183 850/. This is a great opportunity to get rid
of those rusty old bikes that you never use anymore! More details will
follow in the future, so stay tuned. Many thanks to Anne Rex and Gayle
Sanders for their efforts on this project. If you have any questions,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The next Howl at the Moon Sunset/Moonrise Party takes place on Saturday,
March 31, and is sponsored by Bald Head Blues. It's a Blue Moon! It's
rare to have a Blue Moon (two full moons in the same month), but it's even
more rare to have two Blue Moons in the same year :). We'll gather at
Access 39 from 7-9pm, and we'll have the bonfire stoked, while Peter the
Piper plays his ancient melodies on the bagpipes. Chef Marc will be
bringing a huge pot of soup for everyone. BYOB and bring an appetizer to
share. The sun will set at 7:32pm, followed by the full moon rising at
Save the Dates:
Thursday, April 5 - Pirate Invasion fundraiser from 7-10pm at the Forest
Pavilion, with live music, dancing, and great food & drink, with proceeds
benefiting the BVI Community Support Appeal. Please register
Wednesday, April 11 - Vet Clinic held at Public Safety Center by Dr. Audra
Rickman of Four Paws Animal Hospital. Call 910-457-7387 for an
There will be many other activities going on during the Easter weekend, and
we'll provide a complete list as the date approaches.
The Market is currently accepting applications for full & part time
employees for the coming season, and we're looking for bright, energetic &
eager folks in all positions, and in all departments. If you know someone
looking for a challenging & rewarding job for the season, please forward
this link to them: www.maritimemarketbhi.com/jobs.aspx. They must
be at least 16 years old, and they must have their own housing (on or off
island). The Market provides ferry tickets, daily parking, and a full meal
prepared by Chef Marc for each employee every day. We will also need many
of our seasonal veterans to help out during the Easter Holiday, so if
you've worked for us in the past and you're available to help out over
Easter, please let us know.
Enjoy this wonderful winter day on the island with your friends & family,
and we'll see you 'round the Market!
Melissa & Claude Pope
Bald Head Island, NC
Open 8am - 6pm Monday thru Saturday
Open 8am - 2pm Sunday - through March 18
Open 8am - 8pm March 23 - April 7
Open 8am - 2pm Easter Sunday
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