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Summer Craft Workshops Offered At Appalachian



Turchin Center Offers Art Workshops

Dedication for New Wing July 1st



The Nurture of Water
Artist Joan Smyly Durden Unveils New Works in Blowing Rock’s Upstairs Gallery



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



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State’s Tourism is Topic of Latest “Appalachian Perspective”


Fourth Annual Summer Holocaust Symposium Held June 26-July 1


Carrroll Roberson Returning To Boone
On Saturday, May 28, from 11 am – 1 pm, Carroll will be at The Cornerstone Bookstore in Boone with his new book.

 

ARCHIVES MAY 19, 2005


Second Annual Celebration in
Blowing Rock this Saturday

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Craft Demonstrations At Moses Cone Manor
The upcoming week brings two excellent demonstrators to Moses Cone’s Parkway Craft Center.




Music Festival to Benefit Kids this Saturday

Diana & the Vintage Boys and Other Acts at Valle Crucis Park


Calling All Guys and Dolls
Open Rehearsals for Jubilee Chorus May 23 at Watauga High School



Primitive Sophistication
2004 MerleFest Songwriting Winner A.J. Roach at Coffey’s on Tuesday





Veteran Vocalist Gove Scrivenor at Canyons Thursday





Scottish Royalty Visits Blowing Rock

Guilde of St. Andrews to Perform at Celtic Festival Saturday



Upcoming Events


SmileFest 2005 Set for May 27-29
Acoustic Syndicate Farewell Show Next Sunday at Smilefest




Appalachian Summer, Highland Games Named Top 20 Events

Southeast Tourism Society Lists July Highlights


Climb Aboard At North Carolina’s Oldest Theme Park June 3-12


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





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


Foxfire Opens Next Thursday
Jonesborough Repertory Theatre proudly presents Susan Cooper and Hume Cronyn’s Foxfire.

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




MTcd Robbie Fulks Releases Georgia Hard
Live Shows Planned for North Carolina in Early June


SmileFest 2005 Set for May 27-29
Acoustic Syndicate Farewell Show Next Sunday at Smilefest

Veteran Vocalist Gove Scrivenor at Canyons Thursday

Primitive Sophistication
2004 MerleFest Songwriting Winner A.J. Roach at Coffey’s on Tuesday

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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