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Four Interpretations of Landscape Art
Carlton Gallery in Foscoe Showcases New Artists


Avery Arts Council Presents
Student Art

Public Reception At Cannon Memorial Hospital April 26th


Catherine J. Smith Gallery
Presents Art BFA Senior Exhibit



Shooting in the Woods
Cradle of Forestry Holds 13th Annual Photography Contest



Ariel Rudolph Wins WHS Senior Art Show
Works on Display at Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff



Images of Appalachia
AMPC Winning Photos Now On Display at Turchin Center


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African American Literature And Folklore Scholar Speaks At ASU
Dr. Trudier Harris will give a talk titled “Questing After Authentic Identity: African American Writers Tunneling Through the Mountain of the South” on Monday, April 24.



TV Program Features Mariam Cannon Hayes, Cannon Music Camp
Mariam Cannon Hayes, longtime chairman of The Cannon Foundation, is a featured guest on this episode of “Appalachian Perspective” cable television program.


Forum Explores Public History’s Portrayal of Minority Populations
A forum on public history’s portrayal of minorities will be held April 23 from 12:30-7:30 p.m. at Appalachian State University.


Cultural Museum Travel Program Heads to Charlotte


Co-discoverer Of Transitional Fossil Lectures At ASU



Poet Martin Espada Visits Appalachian
April 20



Send Forth Your Light: New Book Promises To Touch And Inspire



Sharyn McCrumb Discusses “St. Dale” April 26 At Appalachian

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Studio K Youth Ballet Present Cinderella, Snow White &
Sleeping Beauty in Show at Farthing Auditorium April 29 & 30

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Friends Of Library Bring Famed NC Writers To Ashe

Lee Smith and Hal Crowther, one of the country’s most talented and well know husband-wife writer teams, will be in Ashe County on April 26th to talk about their work.



Dance To The Tune Of A Different Drummer

Glasgow group invades Boone



Red Stick Ramblers Return To Boone Saloon

Louisiana Roots Band Finishes Fourth Album



Appalachian Celebrates Earth Day April 20
Live music, food and solar-powered inventions are just a few ways Appalachian State University will celebrate Earth Day.



Codetalkers Translate Funky Southern Music

Col. Bruce Hampton Returns to Blowing Rock April 20



Aaron Copland and Leonard Bernstein Featured in Concert

Music for Oboe, Trumpet & Organ April 23rd


Appalachian Chorale Performs April 25
The Appalachian Chorale concludes its 30th anniversary season with a performance of Felix Mendelssohn’s “Elijah” on Tuesday, April 25, at 8 p.m. in the Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall at Appalachian State University.

Appalachian Young People’s Theatre Presents ‘The Garden of Rikki Tikki Tavi’ April 21-23


Upcoming Events


New York Guitarist To Perform At Ashe Arts Center

Recently returned from a seven city European concert tour, New York guitarist David Burgess will perform some of Brazil’s finest solo guitar music on Friday, April 28


High Country Chefs Show Off Specialties At Salute
One of the High Country’s most delicious nights of the year is less than two weeks away.



Guitarist Roy Book Binder To Appear In Lenoir

April 27th Concert To Benefit Harper School Of Performing Arts


Habitat’s 14th Annual Taste Of The High Country May 2
Imagine being able to sample food from over 20 restaurants for $20 in 3 hours time.

Voices of the Mountains Sing Out
Choral Performance in Bristol Set for May 6th


Dillards Added to MerleFest

19th Annual Festival Starts in Wilkesboro April 27



MerleFest Artists Visit Area Schools
Chris Austin Songwriting Contest Announces Finalists

OASIS/HCDA 13th Annual Dart Tournament
April 28-30

Charity Event to Benefit Local Women’s Shelter

Fire On The Mountain Will Be Hot
When Saturday, April 29th rolls around Downtown Spruce Pine will have fired up forges and blacksmiths galore.

Counting Down to MerleFest
Bluegrass Festival Looking for Volunteers

Mickey & Jan Rooney Put on a Show!
Hayes Center Presents Hollywood Duo September 16th

4th Annual “Midnight At The OASIS” Celebration, April 28
OASIS, Inc. (Opposing Abuse with Service, Information, and Shelter) will hold the 4th Annual Midnight at the OASIS celebration at the Green Park Inn.

Appalachian Summer 2006 Roster Announced
Sam Bush, Doc Watson, Arlo Guthrie, Buckwheat Zydeco Scheduled

MerleFest 2006 Performers Take Home Grammys

Emmylou Harris and John Prine Honored Last Wednesday

MerleFest 2006 Adds John Prine, Robert Earl Keen
Organizers Say More Additions to Come

MerleFest 2006 Announces Partial Lineup
Woody Guthrie Tribute in the Works



Theater News


Community Theatre Auditions


Auditions Scheduled For 2006 Season
Of The Wataugans



Blowing Rock Stage Company “TOPs” Program Offers Summer Theatre “CAMPservatories”


Tickets On Sale Now For Wilkes Playmakers Sixth Season Of Tom Dooley

Tickets are now on sale for Wilkes Playmakers’ sixth season of “Tom Dooley: A Wilkes County Legend”.


Appalachian Young People’s Theatre Presents ‘The Garden of Rikki Tikki Tavi’ April 21-23




Voices of the Mountains Sing Out

Choral Performance in Bristol Set for May 6th


Dance To The Tune Of A Different Drummer

Glasgow group invades Boone



Red Stick Ramblers Return To Boone Saloon

Louisiana Roots Band Finishes Fourth Album


Never Looking Behind
Country Siren Reagan Boggs Releases New Album



Aaron Copland and Leonard Bernstein Featured in Concert

Music for Oboe, Trumpet & Organ April 23rd




Codetalkers Translate Funky Southern Music

Col. Bruce Hampton Returns to Blowing Rock April 20



MerleFest Artists Visit Area Schools
Chris Austin Songwriting Contest Announces Finalists

Counting Down to MerleFest
Bluegrass Festival Looking for Volunteers

MerleFest 2006 Announces Partial Lineup
Woody Guthrie Tribute in the Works


MerleFest 2006 Adds John Prine, Robert Earl Keen
Organizers Say More Additions to Come



 

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