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Hands Gallery Features David Finck Woodworking Designs



Artists Alley Invites Folks to Blowing Rock
Blowing Rock art show starts Saturday.


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




• Barnes & Noble Hosts Book Launch Party For The New Thriller, The Harvest
Barnes & Noble on Highway 70 will be hosting a book launch party for thriller author, Scott Nicholson.

• Noted Radio Director to Speak to Local Songwriters
Free NSAI Meeting This Tuesday Evening.

• Local Fiddler Takes Top Honors At Convention
Michael Ogren wins Twin Fiddling Competition.

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Beech Mountain Chamber Sponsors
Inaugural Mile-High Kite Festival

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• Mtnhome Music Closes Summer Season With Two Weekend Shows

Appalachian Dance & Salute to laborers.

 

• Foscoe Hosts Second Annual High Country Barbeque & Chili Cook-Off
Barbecue and chili fans can follow their noses to Foscoe this weekend.

• Clarinet, Piano Recital Scheduled Sept. 2
At Appalachian
Clarinetist Douglas Miller and pianist Bair Shagdaron will present a recital Tuesday, Sept. 2.



 


• Marital Discord and Discovery at Work
BRSC’s Joanna’s Husband & David’s Wife Runs Through Sept. 7

• Holocaust History Inspires Drama
LMC & ASU co-produce I Never Saw Another Butterfly

.• “Don’t Drink the Water” Comes To Little Theatre

• Auditions For Wiley And The Hairy Man Scheduled For August 30



Upcoming Events


• Harvest Time Signals Fair Season
Avery County Fair & Farm Heritage Days are coming.


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

• ASU Council On The Arts Monthly Arts Listing

• New Gospel Festival Debuts At Walker Center
Singing in the Foothills in September.


• Hardee’s Americana Series Announced
Del McCoury Band, Alison Brown, Chris Thile are featured.



• Martha White Sponsors Local Jingle Contest
Catgut & Jugs Show on 100.7 FM needs singers


• Oz Day At Beech Mountain

Come to Beech Mountain to experience Oz.

• ASU 2003-04 Performing Arts Series
Sam Bush, Bela Fleck & David Sedaris Featured





Gamble Brothers: Memphis Soul & New Orleans Funk
Live show at Murphy’s Thursday.

Old School Freight Train Returns Thursday
Drummer Josh Day joins band for current tour.

 

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