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Experience The Past & Future Through Carlton Gallery Offerings
Take a snapshot of the past or peek into the future via numerous Carlton Gallery offerings in the High Country this week.




All About Wine ArtCrawl
ArtWalk, Boone's largest art and gift gallery is a great place to find unique artwork to match your interests.


Catherine J. Smith Gallery Presents Graphic Design Exhibition
A new student exhibition, In or Out? Graphic Designers Explore Accessibility opens at Catherine J. Smith Gallery at Appalachian State University on October 31, 2006 and continues through November 10, 2006.



Regional Artist Project Grants Announced
The Arts Councils of Alleghany, Ashe, Watauga and Wilkes Counties have announced the winners of the 2006-2007 Regional Artist Project
of Northwest
North Carolina
Grants Program.


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New Book Documents Caldwell County
Images Of America Series Publishes Photo History Of Lenoir Area



Local Author Writes History Book About High Country
Welcome to Jeffersonton. According to local writer Rufus Myers, research shows that this was the first town in the United States to be named after Thomas Jefferson, and it was originally named Jeffersonton.



Grant Helps Establish Degree In Wine Science
ASU Partners With Universities In France, Italy, Portugal

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Turchin Center Unveils New Exhibits



Crys Matthews To Perform At Jones House Friday
Regional Artist Project Grant Winner Part Of Boone's Art Crawl Celebration

Appalachian Celebrates Heritage Week Oct. 29-Nov. 3
Appalachian State University's Appalachian Heritage Council presents a weeklong celebration of Appalachian heritage and culture.


Beyond The Live Band Limitations
Trey Anastasio's Bar 17 Utilizes Recording Studio To Grand Effect.


Percussion Ensemble Performance Held Nov. 6
The Appalachian Percussion Ensemble presents “Pieces Pulsed and Free,” part of the Mariam Cannon Hayes School of Music's Contemporary Trends Series, Nov. 6 at 8 p.m. at Appalachian State University.

Greenway Baptist Church Returns "Home"
Greenway Baptist Church is a mission church of First Baptist Church of Boone.

Lees-McRae Presents The Laramie Project
Play Based On Matthew Shepard's Murder “Pushes The Envelope” Nov. 8-12


Nick Pags Trio Returns To Boone Friday
Nashville's Emerging Artist Winner At Murphy's

 

Jazz Concert Scheduled At ASU
Todd Wright directs Jazz Ensemble I
in a concert Nov. 8 at Appalachian State University.


And Other Stories Debuts Wednesday

New John Crutchfield Play At ASU's I.G. Greer Studio Theatre Nov. 1-4



Always...Patsy Cline Now At Hayes Center
Cindy Summers Shines In BRSC Musical


Appalachian Voices Holds Pickin' for the Mountains, Nov. 9
The public is invited to Appalachian Voices' 2006 Pickin' for the Mountains Benefit.

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


Upcoming Events



Preliminary MerleFest 2007 Lineup Released

Elvis Costello, Pam Tillis Headline 20th Annual Event


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


Ailey II Dance At Farthing November 17
Innovative Modern Dance Company Continues Alvin Ailey Legacy



David Holt And Wayne Henderson Headline Guitar Festival
North Carolina Thumb And Finger Style Guitar Players Convention In Statesville Nov. 10-11

"Children Of The World" Return To Boone
You are cordially invited to see, hear, meet, and experience CHILDREN OF THE WORLD, an international children's choir representing several nations, as they return to Boone.



Theater News


Lees-McRae Presents The Laramie Project Nov. 8-12
Play Based On Matthew Shepard's Murder “Pushes The Envelope”

And Other Stories Debuts Wednesday
New John Crutchfield Play At ASU's I.G. Greer Studio Theatre Nov. 1-4

Always…Patsy Cline On Stage In Blowing Rock
Award Winning Musical Runs Through November 12

Ailey II Dance At Farthing November 17
Innovative Modern Dance Company Continues Alvin Ailey Legacy

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




Beyond The Live Band Limitations
Trey Anastasio's Bar 17 Utilizes Recording Studio To Grand Effect

Percussion Ensemble Performance Held Nov. 6
The Appalachian Percussion Ensemble presents “Pieces Pulsed and Free,” part of the Mariam Cannon Hayes School of Music's Contemporary Trends Series, Nov. 6 at 8 p.m. at Appalachian State University.

Appalachian Voices Holds Pickin' for the Mountains, Nov. 9
The public is invited to Appalachian Voices' 2006 Pickin' for the Mountains Benefit.

Nick Pags Trio Returns To Boone Friday
Nashville's Emerging Artist Winner At Murphy's

Jazz Concert Scheduled Nov. 8 At ASU
Todd Wright directs Jazz Ensemble I in a concert Nov. 8 at Appalachian State University

Always…Patsy Cline Now At Hayes Center
Cindy Summers Shines In BRSC Musical



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