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Art League Meets May 15


Focus on the Figure
No, this is not weight watchers.




New Exhibit “What Do Animals Do On The Weekend?” At Ashe Arts Center



ArtSpace Receives $10,000 Donation


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


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.


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ARCHIVES MAY 5, 2005


Shelly Hehenberger Collages Now on Display at Mazie Jones Gallery
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Rydell Releases New CD

Goin’ Home: Songs of Old, of People and Places Now Available



Spring Fest Celebrates Art Through The Ages
Spring Fest, the day long celebration of the arts, will be on Saturday, May 7




Farmers’ Market Opens Saturday

Opening Day Ushers In 31st Season





New Cub On The Mountain
Boomer Is Grandfather’s New Bundle Of Joy


Upcoming Events


Southern Accent Hosts Celebration
If you’re looking for great music and a day of fun and fellowship, head on out to the (new) Cove Creek Elementary School on Saturday, May 14




Celtic Festival in Blowing Rock May 21

2nd Annual Blue Ridge Celtic Celebration at Chetola Resort



LEAF Festival Next Weekend in Black Mountain
Sarah Lee Guthrie, Ralph Stanley II and Richie Havens to Perform



Music For Meds

Hunger Coalition Benefit Scheduled for May 14


The Hills Are Alive with the Sound of Music
Mountainhome Music Announces 2005 Series



Boone Bluegrass Festival September 9 & 10

Blue Highway, Rhonda Vincent, J.D. Crowe and Other Stars at Outdoor Fest



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





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


Blowing Rock Stage Company Plans Special Season
Cast for Summer 20th Anniversary Set

Cre8tive Drama Summer Classes Looking for Kids

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 The Festival on CD
MerleFest Artists Release New Albums


Emile Pandolfi Tickets On Sale May 13

Boone Bluegrass Festival September 9 & 10
Blue Highway, Rhonda Vincent, J.D. Crowe and Other Stars at Outdoor Fest

Bonnaroo Turns Four
Tennessee Concert to Feature Black Crowes & Allman Brothers

The Hills Are Alive with the Sound of Music
Mountainhome Music Announces 2005 Series


 

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