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Photography Exhibit “Speak Truth To Power” On Display In Belk Library
The “Speak Truth to Power” photography exhibit is on display at Appalachian State University through May 11.


Spring Has Arrived In The High Country


MAP Program Seeking Artists
Application Deadline April 30

Find Beauty In Everyday Life Of Mexican Market

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Celebrate Mountain Culture April 18
Celebrated author Robert Morgan will from his work April 18 in Appalachian State University’s Carol Grotnes Belk Library and Information Commons.



Kerry Kennedy To Visit Lees-McRae College
Human Rights Activist And Daughter Of Late Senator Robert F. Kennedy Visits On April 16



Readers Hungry For Nicholson’s Newest Release

They Hunger Now Available In Bookstores



Regional Author at Lees-McRae College
Robert Morgan at King-Shivell Gallery April 19th



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APRIL 12, 2007 EDITION
ASUís Diversity Celebration



A Hair-Raising Experience
Appalachian Young People’s Theatre Presents Rapunzel April 13-15



Bottles Of Red And White In The Blue Ridge Mountains
2nd Annual Blue Ridge Wine Festival In Blowing Rock This Weekend



International Soccer Tourney Falls On Important Anniversary
People Of The Planet Soccer Event At Kidd Brewer Stadium Sunday


Guitarists James And Afshar Perform April 13
Internationally known guitarists Douglas James and Lily Afshar will perform in concert April 13 at Appalachian State University.



Vibraphone Magic This Sunday
Elon’s Jon Metzger Leads All-Star Jazz Band
At Meadowbrook


Step Show Held April 14 At Appalachian
The APPS Council for Cultural Awareness at Appalachian State University will present the 2007 Pure Divinity Step Show:



Booth Brothers Coming To Boone This Weekend
Mount Vernon Baptist Church of Boone is proud to present the award-winning Booth Brothers in concert this Sunday evening, April 15 at 6:30 p.m.



Humanities Day Held April 13 At Appalachian
The Appalachian Humanities Program at Appalachian State University celebrates Humanities Day April 13 in Plemmons Student Union’s Calloway Peak Room.


Appalachian’s People Of The Planet Soccer Tournament
April 15, 2007 From 8:45 a.m.-5:15 p.m. Kidd Brewer Stadium


Would You Like To Dance?
LMC Kaleidoscope Dance Concert Hits The Stage


Annual GuitarFest And Competition Held
April 13-15 At Appalachian
Thirty classical guitarists from across the globe will compete in the 12th Annual GuitarFest and Competition held April 13-15 at Appalachian State University.


Heritage Hall Welcomes deja Vu
Mountain City’s own classic oldies band, deja Vu, will perform at Heritage Hall Theatre on Saturday, April 14 at 7:30 p.m.



Upcoming Events


Lineup Announced For MusicFest ‘n Sugar Grove

10th Annual Bluegrass Show Returns July 13 & 14


2007 ASU Appalachian Pathways … for Kids!
Programs for Youth and Preschool Discovery Camp

15th Annual Taste of the High Country April 24th
Over 20 area restaurants and caterers will be enticing supporters of Watauga County Habitat for Humanity with delicious samples on Tuesday, April 24, 2007 at the Broyhill Inn & Conference Center at the 15th annual “Taste of the High Country.”

Light Up The Stage April 20
Some of Watuaga County’s finest performers are shining their tap shoes and warming up their vocal chords, all in preparation for Watauga Education Foundation’s Shooting Stars 2007.

Boone Service League Fashion Show and Silent Auction 2007
Join the Boone Service League for an afternoon of fabulous fashions, food, and shopping on Saturday, April 21, 2007.

MusicFest n Sugar Grove Announces 2007 Headliners
Steep Canyon Rangers and Kruger Brothers Perform in July

Boone Band Reunion Scheduled for April 21

Original 80s Music Survives at the Gamekeeper

An Appalachian Summer Festival Announces Lineup
Wynonna Judd, Bruce Hornsby, Old Crow Medicine Show & More

Mountain Times Appalachian Roots Revival Announced
Daylong Outdoor Festival At Fairgrounds April 21st



Theater News

A Hair-Raising Experience
Appalachian Young People’s Theatre Presents Rapunzel April 13-15

Ripped from Tabloid Headlines!
Bat Boy, the Musical Comes to Valborg Theatre
April 18-22



Gov’t Mule Plowing Trails Beyond Southern Rock
Warren Haynes & Co. At ASU’s Legends Music Hall April 19




Heritage Hall Welcomes deja Vu

Mountain City’s own classic oldies band, deja Vu, will perform at Heritage Hall Theatre on Saturday, April 14 at 7:30 p.m.

Annual GuitarFest And Competition Held
April 13-15 At Appalachian
Thirty classical guitarists from across the globe will compete in the 12th Annual GuitarFest and Competition held April 13-15 at Appalachian State University.

Guitarists James And Afshar Perform April 13
Internationally known guitarists Douglas James and Lily Afshar will perform in concert April 13 at Appalachian State University.

Vibraphone Magic This Sunday
Elon’s Jon Metzger Leads All-Star Jazz Band
At Meadowbrook

Booth Brothers Coming To Boone This Weekend
Mount Vernon Baptist Church of Boone is proud to present the award-winning Booth Brothers in concert this Sunday evening, April 15 at 6:30 p.m.

Ripped from Tabloid Headlines!
Bat Boy, the Musical Comes to Valborg Theatre April 18-22


Heritage Hall Welcomes deja Vu
Mountain City’s own classic oldies band, deja Vu, will perform at Heritage Hall Theatre on Saturday, April 14 at 7:30 p.m.


An Appalachian Summer Festival Announces Lineup
Wynonna Judd, Bruce Hornsby, Old Crow Medicine Show & More

Mountain Times Appalachian Roots Revival Announced
Daylong Outdoor Festival At Fairgrounds April 21st

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