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Mylinda Strittmatter Featured At ArtWalk
Western North Carolina is a region full of creative artists and a visit to ArtWalk, Boone’s largest art and gift gallery will certainly prove this fact.



Carlton Gallery Warms Body And Spirit
With Autumn officially here in the High Country and cooler temperatures prevailing, Carlton Gallery has you covered with selections to warm body and spirit.


Penland Gallery Highlights Full-Time Students
A new exhibition, titled Core Show 2006, at the Penland Gallery features work by the Penland Core Students.

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All About Women Sponsors Free Wellness Seminar October 28
All About Women Magazine, Mountain Laurel Women’s Healthcare and Bare Essentials Natural Market will be sponsoring a free health seminar open to public.


Lees-McRae College Welcomes Arun Gandhi
Mahatma Gandhi’s Grandson to Speak in Banner Elk on October 31



Author of The Frazzled Female Coming To Boone
Cindi Wood, an author and speaker with the concerns of women in mind and perhaps best known for her book and six-week study called, The Frazzled Female, will be Boone at Mount Vernon Baptist Church on Sunday, Oct. 22, 2006 at 5:00 p.m.


Mine Safety Activist Jack Spadaro Speaks At Appalachian
Mining engineer and mine safety activist Jack Spadaro will present “Mountain Top Removal and the Destruction of Appalachia” Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. in Room 114 Carol Grotnes Belk Library and Information Commons at Appalachian State University.


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New CD And Book To Raise Money For
Rugby Creek Animal Rescue
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Emmylou Harris at Holmes Center Oct. 21

Teddy Thompson to Open Show in Boone

Sharon Kellam Performs Oct. 20
The Juanita-Juanita Coffeehouse and Assemblée will present “AN EVENING WITH SHARON KELLAM” on Friday, October 20, 2006 7:00 to 10:00 at The Boone Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Founders Hall at 381 East King Street.


Johnson City’s Finest Return to Town
the everybodyfields at Boone Saloon October 26th


Celtic Appalachian Music Returns To River House
Hammered dulcimer and guitar duo Ruth and Steve Smith will return to River House for the Sunday Salon concert series on Oct. 22.

Storyteller Sheila Kay Adams at ASU Wednesday
Appalachian Heritage Council Hosts Evening with Award-Winning Folklorist

Evensong At St. Mary Of The Hills In Blowing Rock
The choir of St Mary of the Hills Episcopal Church will sing the final evensong of the year this coming Sunday, 22 October, at 5.00 PM in the nave of the church.

North Carolina Dance Festival Opens October 26
Valborg Theatre in Boone Hosts Annual State Event

Noel Freidline Quintet in Blowing Rock Sunday
Blowing Rock Jazz Society Presents Rising Stars

David Johnson and Friends in Blowing Rock Saturday
Mountainhome Music Continues Fall Music Series

Horn Sprouts Apples and Shrieks
Two events will be the apple of a spooky-looking eye in October at Horn in the West.

WHS Skills USA Hosting Car Show
Proceeds Go Toward Spring Competition

Gringo Star Plans Hometown Stop
Fresh off a tour of the United Kingdom and sporting a new name, Gringo Star is sweeping through the East Coast with a “hometown stop” in Boone on Saturday.

Belk Library Hosts Masquerade Dinner Fundraiser Oct. 20
Community members are invited to don their Halloween costumes early this year to support a great cause.

John And Susan Turchin Host Woolly Music Fest
Event Benefits Area Fire Departments And Other Charities

World Premiere of Dairy Queen Days Runs Through Oct. 22
Bob Inman Play Fuses Comedy with Coming of Age Drama

Tuesday Night Jams Alive And Well
Tuesday nights were rather quiet for local bluegrass musicians after The High Country Round-up closed up last December.



Upcoming Events


Halloween Concert Features "Boo tiful" Music
The Boone Chapter of the American Guild of Organists and the Appalachian State University Hayes School of Music will present a Halloween Monster Concert Tuesday, Oct. 31, at 8 p.m. in Broyhill Music Center’s Rosen Concert Hall.



Trey Anastasio at Holmes Center November 3rd
Phish Guitarist and Band Coming to Boone



Appalachian State Announces 2006-07 Performing Arts Series
Emmylou Harris, Anoushka Shankar, Alvin Ailey Dancers Are Coming to Boone



Theater News


Always…Patsy Cline Opens Wednesday, October 25
Blowing Rock Stage Company Wraps Up Dairy Queen Days This Weekend

World Premiere of Dairy Queen Days Runs Through Oct. 22
Bob Inman Play Fuses Comedy with Coming of Age Drama

Tom Dooley Auditions Oct. 23 & 24
Wilkes Playmakers to Present 7th Season in 2007

Appalachian Talent Takes the Stage
ASU Dept. of Theater and Dance 2006-07


Good Tunes From Across The Pond
Corinne Bailey Rae and Teddy Thompson Release New Albums




Emmylou Harris at Holmes Center Oct. 21
Teddy Thompson to Open Show in Boone


Noel Freidline Quintet in Blowing Rock Sunday
Blowing Rock Jazz Society Presents Rising Stars


Tuesday Night Jams Alive And Well
Tuesday nights were rather quiet for local bluegrass musicians after The High Country Round-up closed up last December.


David Johnson and Friends in Blowing Rock Saturday
Mountainhome Music Continues Fall Music Series


Gringo Star Plans Hometown Stop
Fresh off a tour of the United Kingdom and sporting a new name, Gringo Star is sweeping through the East Coast with a “hometown stop” in Boone on Saturday


Celtic Music Takes Center Stage
Carolina Celtic Jam features Scotland's Most Energetic Band


Evensong At St. Mary Of The Hills In Blowing Rock
The choir of St Mary of the Hills Episcopal Church will sing the final evensong of the year this coming Sunday, 22 October, at 5.00 PM in the nave of the church.

Acoustic Music With An Appalachian Flavor
Mountainhome Music Brings Wide Variety of Regional Styles to the Stage



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