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Sculptor Opens Studio Show in Linville Falls
Bill Brown Presents Metal, Glass & Paintings

Hands Gallery Presents the Pottery of Lucinda & Gerry Pittman

Cheap Joe’s Trade Show Returns Saturday
Art Workshops, Live Music, BBQ & More

Wildwood Gallery
Wildwood Gallery in Boone presents its June artist Demonstration on Saturday, June 19th.

Carlton Gallery Summer Workshops



Local Cooking Show Debuts Tuesday on MTN
Robert’s “Most Yum” Looking for Area Chefs

Authors Abound At High Country Book Fair
Morton to Give Presentation at Opening Reception

Author Lynne Hinton at Black Bear Books Friday

Appalachian’s Tim Silver Wins SELC Writing Award For Book About The Black Mountains

Appalachia In Fact And Fantasy: Featured Program At The High Country Book Fair

Authors, Literacy Celebrated At 2nd Annual Book Fair

Leaders Are Made, Not Born
The transformation of economically devastated communities, poorly performing schools and threatened corporations into vibrant success stories is a process that begins with catalysts.

Study Appalachia
Currently, the Stephenson Center directs most of its energy toward a group of summer courses that focus on Appalachian and Highland Studies.





Bluegrass & Brass

Mountainhome Music Concert Saturday

Silver Screen Cowboys Come To Tweetsie
Western Heritage Day Saturday

Keyboardist Todd To Begin FORUM’s 25th Anniversary Season

Watauga Native Performs With Farm House Live June 21

Jubilee Chorus at Rosen Sunday

Jubilee Chorus in Crossnore on Sunday

Pickin’ and Grinnin’

ASU Arts Council
Monthly Arts Listing For June 2004

Upcoming Events

Trade Days Festival Scheduled For Weekend Of June 25

Big Fun Before The Fourth
Christmas In July Celebration On Friday, Saturday This Year

N.C. State Fair Announces 2004 Entertainment Lineup

Blue Ridge Electric Sponsors An Appalachian Summer Festival

3rd Annual Boone Bluegrass Fest Sept. 10 & 11
Mountain Setting, Great Lineup

7th Annual Doc Fest Lineup Announced
Music in Cove Creek July 9 & 10

ASU Arts Council Monthly Arts Listing For June 2004

New Concert Series Announced In Ashe
Alternate Roots Productions Presents Summer Music At Civic Center

Theater News

Profiles in Pioneer Courage

Horn in the West Opens Friday

Southern Voices III Opens LMST’s 20th Season

Tales & Talk from the Blue Ridge Starts June 17

BRSC Hosts Italian 101 Sunday
John D’Aquino Comedy in Blowing Rock

1776 Blends Patriotic Pride and Timeless Tunes

Wiz of the West Comes to Watauga High
Missoula Children’s Theatre Production Saturday

Something For Everyone
BRSC Summer Season Includes Stage Productions, Camps and Special Events

Snow White And Red Rose Visit Barter Theater

Barter Theatre Announces “Nostalgic Summer” Repertory

Theatre “CAMPservatories” Return
BRSC Offers Summer Activities for Kids

Soul Stirring Southern Siren
Charlotte’s Gigi Dover at Canyons Friday

CD News & Reviews



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