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Avery County

ARCHIVES POSTED AUGUST 21, 2003   

NEWS



• Park Partners
Banner Elk project models private-public cooperation


• Welcome Back Students
The Lees-McRae College community will welcome more than 350 new students.

• Outpatient Behavioral Health Services Now Available At Cannon Memorial


COMMUNITY


• High Country United Way Announces Fundraising Campaign Goal
High Country United Way officials hit the ground running last week.



• Public Invited To View Mars At Appalachian’s Dark Sky Observatory
ASU’s Dark Sky Observatory is opening its doors and dome to those interested in viewing Mars as it closes in on Earth.


• Take a Farm Field Trip
Extension to Showcase Community Supported Agriculture Potential



Features


Finders & Keepers
Drawn Like a Collector to a Flame
The element of fire is fundamental and frightening. The tiniest spark holds the ability to grow into a raging inferno.
Collections behave in much the
same way.
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Events and Happenings


• The Celtic Folkers Bring Music To The Banner Elk Town Park Stage
On Thursday, August 21 at 6:30 PM, concert goers will see one of the hottest Celtic bands in the southeast.




• Blues Train Rolls Into Todd Depot Stage
First ever area Blues Fest features classic
styles, performers.

• Award Winning Author at Todd Blues Festival
Charles F. Price to Meet Public Saturday.

 

• Kidstock III Boasts Wide Array Of Family Activities
Kidstock III organizers made sure this year’s family festival is stocked full of kids’ activities for all ages.


• Joanna’s Husband & David’s Wife Closes BRSC Summer
Blowing Rock show opens tonight.

• Arts And Crafts Fair At Shoppes Of Tynecastle

• Blowing Saxophones in Blowing Rock
Jeremy Saunders Band returns Sunday.

• Barbershop Quartet Show Saturday
Vocal harmony lovers will want to be sure to catch this weekend’s Barbershop Quartet Show in Boone

• Beech Mountain Events Named To October Top Twenty Events
Autumn at Oz Party and Harvest Festival at Beech Mountain have been named to the Southeast Tourism Society’s Top 20 Events.


• Coffey’s Exhibits New Artwork
Watercolors by Katerina Ring now on display.



• Painting Between The Raindrops
Tony Griffin’s New Exhibit at Blowing Rock Frameworks


• Martha White Sponsors Local Jingle Contest


• Keller Williams Concert Announced
Farthing Auditorium Show September 25

• The Mile High Kite Festival On Beech Mountain





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