April 27, 2014
Chris and Goose live at Blue Mountain Brewery.
April 28, 2014
Do you know what your books are telling about your business? As a responsible owner or manager, you need to learn the “language of business.”
Your business records allow you to monitor cash flow, track deductible expenses, prepare financial statements, and support your tax returns. In this workshop, you’ll learn the fundamentals of basic bookkeeping tasks and how to use your chart of accounts. You’ll learn to record and match revenues & expenses, record receipts & disbursements, handle end-of-period closings, and read financial reports. This seminar is not software-specific and will apply to any manual or computerized accounting system. It is an excellent foundation course for QuickBooks training.
Register at www.centralvirginia.org.
April 30, 2014
Are you a new business owner looking for an easy to use, but fully functional accounting system? Or an existing business still using a manual or spreadsheet system to keep your books? Then consider QuickBooks, the accounting system used by more than 80% of small business. Attend a “hands-on” QuickBooks class presented by the Central VA SBDC and taught by Henry Reeves, CPA, and QuickBooks Certified Pro Advisor who has been teaching QuickBooks classes for more than 10 years.
This 8 hour class, which is taught in two, 4-hour sessions, assumes you have no experience with QuickBooks, and covers the following topics: QuickBooks functions, menus, navigation, and help; chart of accounts; sales of products and services; expenses; bank and credit card reconciliations; fixed assets and bank loans; reporting, including customizing, filtering, and downloading reports to Excel; as well as several other topics.
A comprehensive, 200+ page QuickBooks Learning Guide is included along with sample exercise files used in the class.
Register today as the class tends to fill quickly. Register at: www.centralvirginia.org
Adrian Duke Solo live at Devils Backbone Brewing Company.
May 1, 2014
Saunders Brothers Farm Market Open for the Season.
Simple Steps for Starting Your Business is a series of 4 Workshops from SCORE. This series covers the basics from pre start-up through concept development, market research, branding, marketing and financial planning. A handout booklet is also provided.
This professionally developed series of workshops is offered by SCORE a number of times throughout the year and always gets excellent response. It will prepare the entrepreneur with an understanding of key considerations in starting a business and comprehnsive reviews of the major steps needed to prepare the business plan. The workshops are interactive and designed to involve all participants in discussions. Attendance is limited so sign up now. The cost is $75 for all four workshops.
Please register at this link: Register Now!
Or if you have any questions, please contact SCORE at the email or phone listed below.
email@example.com / 434-295-6712
May 3, 2014
Hands-on crafts and adult facilitated activities for young pioneers.
The Wintergreen Ascent at Wintergreen Resort.
Join us on the first Saturday of each month when volunteers from the community serve up pancakes, bacon, sausage, eggs, OJ, coffee… this is a great way to meet your neighbors. PLUS it’s the best breakfast deal in the county! (Members get a discount!)
8 mile race on the lower Tye River suitable for experienced canoe and kayak paddlers.
Celebrate Spring at Saunders Brothers Farm Market.
Swannanoa Palace Open House 11:30AM to 5:30PM. Major James Dooley, an executive with the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company, completed construction of the $2 million Swannanoa in 1912. Dooley, who owned the Maymont estate in Richmond, built this 52-room marble palace as a token of love for his wife, Sally May. More than 300 artisans were hired to create the palace as a replica of the Villa de Medici in Rome. They used the highest quality materials available. Visitors today can still see the depth of James and Sally May’s relationship in places like the 4,000 piece Tiffany stained-glass window and a domed ceiling bearing the likeness of Mrs. Dooley. The name Swannanoa comes from Mrs. Dooley’s fondness for swans, which she liked because they choose their mates for a lifetime. Fee. 540-942-5201
Relay For Life of Nelson County at the Nelson County High School Athletic Field. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lisa Miller and the Juke Joint Junkies live at Wild Wolf.
May 4, 2014
Nelson County Master Gardeners 14th Annual Spring Plant Sale.