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Mid-Summer Exhibition Preview And Raffle At Carlton Gallery
The Preview of Carlton Gallery’s 25th Mid-Summer Exhibition is ongoing, and new work by the gallery artists is coming in daily as the Spring Exhibition comes to a close on July 15th.



ArtWalk Presents Dynamic Duo Of Jewelry Design
It can be quite a challenge to find unique jewelry at realistic prices, but you need look no further than ArtWalk for unique, one-of-a-kind, quality-crafted jewelry.



Annual Arts Gala Arrives
11th Annual Mountain Palette Arts Gala To Be Held On
July 19



William Dunlap & Tim Turner At The Art Cellar
The Art Cellar Gallery in Banner Elk just had an exciting opening reception for William Dunlap



July Gallery Crawl Coming Friday, July 13th
On Friday, July 13 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., the “ arts district” of downtown West Jefferson will come alive with folks strolling the streets. Gallery Crawl is back.


Photography Competition To Benefit Public Art Program
The Downtown Boone Development Association is hoping for a picture perfect fund-raiser.


Fine Art and Master Crafts Festival Planned For July 21-22
Escape the summer July heat and enjoy the day or weekend in the High Country of North Carolina.


CCC & TI Offers Painting and Drawing Classes
Multi-Level Courses on Caldwell and Watauga Campuses


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Loving a Good Argument
H.C. Writers Host Bill Brooks at Library


ASU Symposium Focuses On Flat Top Manor History
A two-day symposium on the people and history of Flat Top Manor, part of the Moses Cone Memorial Park near Blowing Rock, will be held Sept. 28-29 in Watauga County.



Library Hosts Author Reading
Watauga County Library will be hosting a reading with North Carolina author Pamela Duncan, author of The Big Beautiful, on Saturday, July 14 at 1 p.m.


“Facing The Giants”-
Behind The Scenes From the award-winning producers of “Flywheel,” the 2003 release that captured seven film festival awards, comes “Facing The Giants,”


Behind The Scenes Of A Bridge To Elne
Author To Visit LMC For Presentation And Discussion Of World War II Novel


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Doc Watson Reflects on Career on the
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Kruger Brothers to Headline Sugar Grove Festival
10th Annual MusicFest Set for July 13 & 14

 


Celebrating New Orleans Concert Saturday
An Appalachian Summer Present Ellis and Delfeayo Marsalis

 


World Renowned Mark Morris Dance in Boone Tuesday
Works to Include The Argument and Grand Duo


The Mystical Arts of Tibet
Appalachian Summer Offers Entertaining Glimpse Into Sacred World





Sam Kininger Band Takes Funk to Higher Place
Former Lettuce, Soulive Sax Man Brings Group to Boone Saloon Friday

 



Bob the Builder Comes to Tweetsie
Join the Can-Do Crew July 21-22



Children’s Workshops At Banner House Museum
Children’s hands-on workshops: a focused museum visit followed by crafts, stories, songs, and games.





WHS Is Setting For Saturday’s Car Show
High Country Classics Invite You To Cruise On In

 

Mountain Music Jammin’ Every Sunday
Bolick Pottery and Traditions Pottery are now hosting the twelfth season of Mountain Music Jammin’ every Sunday 2pm till 5pm, through September 30th.


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Celebrating New Orleans Concert Saturday
An Appalachian Summer Present Ellis and Delfeayo Marsalis


Blowing Rock Hospital’s 30th Annual Fashion Show Aug 3rd


New Outdoor Sculpture Drawing Stares at ASU
21st Rosen Competition Attracts Artists
from Across US


White Hart Woods Fine Arts Festival
White Hart Woods invites all artists to submit fine art and craft entries to their First Annual Fine Arts Festival July 21-22, 2007.


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


Storytelling Nights Ongoing At Todd General Store
The Todd General Store has kicked off another season of visiting storytellers who will be performing each week in downtown Todd from May through October.


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


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Time to “Let Down Your Hair”
AYPT Presents “Rapunzel” this Sunday at Valborg Theatre


 


Horn in the West
New Script, New Players Mark 56th Season

 


Major League Immortality

Lees-McRae Summer Theatre Presents Damn Yankees


 

Deathtrap Now In Blowing Rock
BRSC Present Ira Levin Thriller at Hayes Center







Judy Simpson Cook Hosts Playwriting Workshop
Nuptials Author Presents One-Day Class at Flat Rock Playhouse



New Bluegrass Favorites
Lost Ridge Band Releases Always Home

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Sam Kininger Band Takes Funk to Higher Place
Former Lettuce, Soulive Sax Man Brings Group to Boone Saloon Friday

Kruger Brothers to Headline Sugar Grove Festival
10th Annual MusicFest Set for July 13 & 14

Summer Concert Series At St. John’s Starts July 1
A summer concert series at historic St. John the
Baptist Episcopal Church, Valle Crucis.

Bringing Beach Music and Bluegrass to Deep Gap
Village Music House Aimed at Family-Friendly Fun


Blowing Rock Announces Monday Night Music For Summer
Concert Series Starts June 11

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

Music Under The Maple Trees
Watauga Arts Council Celebrates 15th Annual Concert
On The Lawn Series

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