Arts & Gallery
NEWS FROM THE
E X T R A S
SEPTEMBER 21, 2006
K i l n i n g
The Night Away
|Nina Hole Sculpture to be Unveiled at ASU Saturday the 23rd
14th Annual Kraut Creek Festival In Boone Saturday
Massive At Jones House Friday
Talented Young Band Chosen Opens Show
Best in Sacred and Secular Music
Ralph Tilden to Perform Free Organ Concert this
Come To Boone September 21-24
Over 100 cars are expected for this, the events
Through the Bayou
Cajun Band Lost Bayou Ramblers at Boone Saloon
Steel from the Sunshine State
The Lee Boys Return to Canyons Sept. 27
Afromotive Roars Into Town
Jazz and Ska-Influenced Band at Boone Saloon Sept.
Symphony Orchestra and Chorus In Concert
The Ashe County Arts Council is excited to announce
a return performance by the Kiev Symphony Orchestra and
Chorus at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, in the Ashe County
High School Auditorium.
Church Performs At ASU
Country music recording artist Eric Church performs Sept.
23 at 9 p.m. at Legends on the Appalachian State University
To Be Held On Sept. 23
On Saturday, Sept. 23, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. the Mountain
Heritage Festival spreads over a half-mile section of Sparta,
North Carolinas Main Street.
Male Voice Choir Visits ASU
A large group of cross-disciplinary departments and offices
at Appalachian State University who value the university's
commitment to developing international relationships has
joined together to bring the Onllwyn Male Voice Choir to
The Crucible Comes To Ashe Civic Center
American history, in dramatized fashion, will come to life
this fall as Ashe County Little Theatre brings Arthur Millers,
The Crucible, to the Ashe Civic Center stage.