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Upstairs Gallery Showcases Painting & Sculpture

Artists Reception for Martindale and Ford this Friday in Blowing Rock



Blowing Rock Art Celebration Now On Display

56 Artists Involved with Museum Fundraiser



Different Strokes

Three New Art Exhibits Open at Jones House Friday



Rocking in the Natural World

Artist Joe Bigley Opens Ritualisn’t Meliorism at Nth Degree



Carlton Gallery Artists Featured In BRAHM’s 2005 Art Celebration



Alley Cats

Artists Alley Holds Annual Open House Sept. 3 & 4



3rd Annual Quilt Fair

The Quilt Fair is hosted by the Ashe County Piecemakers Quilt Guild



New Exhibit Featuring Lori Hall Photography At The Ashe Arts
Center


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Black Bear Books Hosts Book Signing



Library Hosts 9/11 Panel Discussion, Child Obesity Speaker

High Country residents can learn what it was like to volunteer in Washington, D.C., and New York City immediately after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001


U.S. Constitution Topic Of Sept. 16 Talk

Itís only 6,000 words long and takes about 30 minutes to read, but when is the last time you read the U.S. Constitution from beginning to end?


ASU Presents Southeast And Mid-Atlantic Wind Summit In Raleigh
The Southeast and Mid-Atlantic Wind Working Groups will host the 2005 Wind Summit in Raleigh Sept. 19-20.


The Lost Wooden Synagogues Of Eastern Europe
To Be Shown Sept. 13
Guest lecturer and film producer Albert Barry will present his documentary film “The Lost Wooden Synagogues of Eastern Europe”


Updated Paddler’s Guide Now Available
A new book serves up the best routes for whitewater enthusiasts in the mountains.

ARCHIVES SEPTEMBER 1, 2005



AUTHOR BRINGS EXPERIENCES IN CHINA TO HIGH COUNTRY
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Christian Rock Group “Disciple” Coming To Boone
They are considered one of the top Christian rock bands in the country right now and will be making their way to Boone on Thursday, September 1.



For the Love of Laborers

Mountainhome Music Celebrates American Workers Sunday




Third Annual High Country Youth Festival Just Days Away
Talent Search, 5-K Run, Concerts And More


Pickin’ on the Porch

Music at the Jones House Thursday and Friday



Crow Parsons Music Festival in Todd Saturday

Buck Haggard, Rock Bottom, Steve Lewis & Friends Scheduled to Perform

 


Upcoming Events


Widespread Panic To Perform At Appalachian Sept. 21

Widespread Panic will bring their blend of Southern-style rock to Appalachian State University

Countdown to Farm Heritage Days
Cove Creek Event Scheduled for September 17


Count Basie Orchestra Kicks Off ASU’s Performing Arts Series



Melodies and Harmonies

24th Annual Barbershop Quartet Show Next Weekend

Mountain State Fair “Barn To Be Wild”
Ten-Day Run Begins September 9

Calling All Cooks To Mountain State Fair
Competition Heating Up For Big Prizes


Musical Event Benefits Appalachian’s Office of Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies


Appalachian’s Fall Visiting Writers Series Opens Sept. 8

Pulitzer Prize-finalist Mark Salzman opens the Hughlene Bostian Frank Visiting Writers Series Sept. 8



Pat Metheny Trio Highlights ASU Arts This Fall

Grammy Winning Jazz Guitarist at Farthing November 15



Learning to Play Well With Others

3-Day Pete Wernick Jam Camp September 7-9 in Boone



Boone Bluegrass Festival September 9 & 10

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




Cirque du Soleil to Return to North Carolina

Limited Engagement at Lowe’s Motor Speedway
Starts Oct. 28


Are You Ready To Fiesta?



Dead Sea Scroll Tickets Now On Sale
Discovery Place in Charlotte Exhibit Begins Feb. 17, 2006



N.C. State Fair Announces 2005 Concert Lineup

State Fair Hay Contest Planned



Theater News


Smoke On The Mountain At The Ashe Civic Center
This musical comedy is a touring production by the Cumberland County Playhouse




Dairy Queen Days Takes the Stage

Playwright Bob Inman Discusses Work in Progress




Calling All Angels
BRSC’s Honky Tonk Angels Runs Through Sept. 4





MTcd A Rebel Without A Pause
Ex-Bad Liver Danny Barnes Releases Get Myself Together


Christian Rock Group “Disciple” Coming To Boone
They are considered one of the top Christian rock bands in the country right now and will be making their way to Boone on Thursday, September 1.


Crow Parsons Music Festival in Todd Saturday

Buck Haggard, Rock Bottom, Steve Lewis & Friends Scheduled to Perform



Pickin’ on the Porch

Music at the Jones House Thursday and Friday



Widespread Panic To Perform At Appalachian Sept. 21
Widespread Panic will bring their blend of Southern-style rock to Appalachian State University.


Shall We Gather at the River
Todd Community Preservation Presents Music Series

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


 

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