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Waterfalls Author At Black Bear Books

Sixth Annual Queer Film Series Begins Oct. 3
Appalachian State University’s Sixth Annual Queer Film Series, which celebrates the lives of gay men and women, will take place during October on the university’s campus.

Zero Energy Home To Be Featured On UNC-TV
The first North Carolina Zero Energy Home (ZEH) will be featured on UNC-TV’s “North Carolina Now” program.

Reading And Discussion Series On Jewish Literature Begins Sept. 18 At Appalachian



Professor’s Translations Bring Arabic Literature To English-Speaking World


ARCHIVES SEPTEMBER 22, 2005
Painting by Sally Nooney
The Power Of Painting
Morris Street Gallery Grand Opening Saturday Oct 8th
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Hot Jazz Thursday Night
Count Basie Orchestra Kicks Off 2005-06 Performing Arts Series at ASU


Kraut Creek Festival This Weekend
Goodbye, Howard Street Old Downtown Boone Street Fest. Hello, Kraut Creek Festival.



Keeping Classic Country Current
Buck Haggard Band at Kraut Creek Festival Saturday

Consecrated Youth Group Rejuvenates Gospel Music
Concert at Blowing Rock Park Saturday


Fun at 5,000 Feet
Headwaters Community Day This Saturday



Avery County Fair In Full Swing
Fun in Newland Through September 24




Chapel Of Rest Hosts Classical Guitarist September 25th

 

Entertainers Rally For Gulf Coast Victims
Local Theatre & Music Events Raise Money for Katrina Victims


Upcoming Events


Clann an Drumma Kicks Off New Carolina Celtic Jam
Their name in the Gaelic language means “Children of the Drum” and their music creates an amazing stirring in the soul by those who experience it.

Oktoberfest Concert

Lees-McRae College Gears Up For New Season
The Lees-McRae College Division of Performing Arts is gearing up for an amazing 2005-2006 production season.


All Aboard For The Ghost Train At Tweetsie Railroad
Tweetsie Railroad’s Ghost Train Halloween Festival is celebrating its 15th anniversary


Oktoberfest At Sugar Mountain Resort

Saturday, October 8, 2005


Appalachian’s Department of Theatre and Dance Announces 2005-06 Season


Pat Metheny Trio Highlights ASU Arts This Fall

Grammy Winning Jazz Guitarist at Farthing November 15



Cirque du Soleil to Return to North Carolina

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



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



The Secret Garden Comes To Valborg Wednesday
Stage Production a Joint Venture for ASU T&D, BRSC & AYPT




Horton & The Cat in the Hat Come to Life

Lees-McRae College Presents Seussical: The Musical Sept. 28-Oct. 2



Tickets On Sale For ACLT’s Fall Production Of
“The Foreigner”

Tickets are now on sale at the Ashe Arts Center for “The Foreigner,” Ashe County Little Theatre’s fall production.





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


Clann an Drumma Kicks Off New Carolina Celtic Jam
Their name in the Gaelic language means “Children of the Drum” and their music creates an amazing stirring in the soul by those who experience it.


In A Jam And Lovin’ It
Round-Up Spreads The Fun With Musicians and Friends


Oktoberfest Concert


Keeping Classic Country Current
Buck Haggard Band at Kraut Creek Festival Saturday

Consecrated Youth Group Rejuvenates Gospel Music
Concert at Blowing Rock Park Saturday



Chapel Of Rest Hosts Classical Guitarist September 25th

 

High on the Hawg
Boisterous Bluegrass Band Boss Hawg Rocks Woodlands BBQ


Pat Metheny Trio Highlights ASU Arts This Fall
Grammy Winning Jazz Guitarist at Farthing November 15


 

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