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Blowing Rock Artist’s Work Donated to BRAHM
Ed Szmyd’s Winter Forest at Museum


About Face
Nth Gallery Opens New Show This Friday


ASU Seniors Exhibit Art
Catherine Smith Gallery Presents Artwork by Graduating Students



Water, Water, Everywhere…
Five Artists Share a Theme at Jones House in April


Shooting Stars Artwork On Display
The Watauga Education Foundation is getting geared up for Shooting Stars 2005.


Art Scholarships Deadline Extended
WCAC Taking Applications Until April 22


2005 Bryan Ayers Art Exhibition Seeks Entries
The Brian Ayers Memorial Art Exhibition, an international exhibition of artwork celebrating the unusual artistic talent of children with learning disabilities, seeks entries from talented local artists.


Artists Wanted in April
New Programs at Turchin Center This Month

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EXTRA

Iraq War Veteran to Speak in Boone
Navy Corpsman Addresses Veterans Rights

Family Ties Across the Ocean
Roy & Patricia Weaver Publish No Voice of You: A Family Divided & Reunited

Russian Native Presents Program At Watauga Library
High Country residents can learn more about life in Russia by visiting the Watauga County Public Library this weekend.

ARCHIVES APRIL 21, 2005





Steely Pan Steel Band 20th Anniversary Concert Held April 23
Thank goodness for orange juice.

 

Boone Civitan Club Holds Benefit Spring Thaw Dance April 23
Big band music fans can swing into spring while helping children with chronic or life-threatening illnesses this weekend.

Children’s Council Holds Fair April 23 In Downtown Boone
Downtown Boone is the place to be for families this weekend.

Area Residents Invited To Tour Daniel Boone Native Gardens
Free Admission Through April 30


Bringing the Bible to Life
Frank Runyeon Presents Afraid! at Grace Lutheran April 25

St. Mary’s Choir Performs



Shooting Stars 2005 To Light Up Friday’s Stage

 


House of the Rising Songs
Asheville Band Fifth House Comes to Boone this Weekend

Greek Gods & Goddesses
ASU Theatre & Dance Presents Antigone April 20-24

ASU Council on the Arts
Monthly Arts Listing: April 2005


Upcoming Events

Day Out With Thomas
Purina Incredible Dog Team Return for Tweetsie
Railroad's 2005 Season


Tui St. George Tucker’s Requiem to Premiere April 30
Blue Ridge Composer Honored with Concert at ASU



Fiddle Champion To Perform At Ashe Civic Center



St. Mary’s Choir Performs


Tweetsie Railroad's Season Pass Offers Golden Opportunity
Discount Rates Available Until May 1



Banjo Man: Earl Scruggs Honored with New Exhibit
North Carolina Legend Returns to MerleFest this Spring



Appalachian Summer Acts Announced
Motown’s Temptations & Supremes at Kidd Brewer Stadium July 30



Horn Schedules Doc Watson For Opening Night

Grammy-winning music legend Doc Watson has agreed to perform a concert the opening night of “Horn in the West”



Theater News


The Songs of Robert
Local Playwright Presents Stage Work at BRSC Friday and Saturday

New & Improved Peacenik Hippies
Black Sheep Theatre Production to Benefit Boone Rebuilds a Village

Greek Classic “Antigone” Features Experimental Staging
Appalachian State University’s Department of Theatre and Dance performs “Antigone” in the Valborg Theatre April 20-24.

Daniel Boone Returns To High Country This Summer
Horn’s Modified Script More Closely Resembles Original

Blowing Rock Stage Company Celebrates 20 Years
2005 Summer Season Schedule Announced




MTcd MerleFest Freshmen
Bluegrass Festival Releases CD of New Acts

A Benefit for Beth
Fundraiser to Fight Lymphoma at Black Cat Burrito


House of the Rising Songs
Asheville Band Fifth House Comes to Boone this Weekend


 

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