- August 23 - 7P - Canning Class (Call Bunc. Co. Coop. Ext. to register 828-255-5522)
- September 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th – 10A – Bingo for Seniors
- September 12 - 7P - Community Meeting
- September 26th - 7P Board Meeting
Everyone is invited to become a part of the community Center and welcome to the following monthly meetings:
- Community Club Meeting- 2nd Monday of each month at 7pm
- Board Meeting – 4th Monday of each month at 7pm
Come and participate in events, programs, and meetings. More participation equals more awareness. We hope you will attend some of our functions and tell your friends about what is going on in the Big Ivy Community.
What needs do you see in our community that are not being met? What needs in our community are going unnoticed? No one knows better than you, a resident of the greatest community in WNC, Big Ivy. Let us know how we can continue serving the Big Ivy Community.
As many of you know, the Fourth of July celebration at the Big Ivy Community Center has been a tradition in this area for many years. We have a parade, swimming, music, and food. The highlight of the event is our fireworks display which has been called one of the best in the area. The cost of the fireworks is $4,700. Admission is not charged to come to the fireworks. However, we have always asked for donations to sustain this event.
As with most non-profit organizations in this rough economy, we have to ask for more help from our community to continue our services and activities. Some of our club members have formed a group called the "Friends of Big Ivy Fireworks". They are asking for donations from individuals, families, and businesses for the annual 4th of July fireworks show.
Donations are tax deductible and all money will be used only for the fireworks. Please contact us for more information on how to make your donation. Thank You!
The Big Ivy Community Club was founded in 1973 by a group of Big Ivy residents who wished to pursue greater opportunities and benefits for their neighbors and friends. Operating on land that was previously a Civilian Conservation Corp camp and later an FFA camp, the BICC organized a community organization dedicated to the improvement of the lives of Big Ivy residents. A 501©3 non-profit, the BICC operates on a budget of just under $100,000 and is responsible for the management and maintenance of 24+ acres and all its facilities. Your financial assistance is 100% directed to service the community you call home.