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Zapotec Indian tapestries and handmade art come to ArtWalk
For those in search of handmade, traditional decoration for mountain homes, a visit to ArtWalk could provide all the necessary pieces.


West Jeff Gallery Crawl draws art and music
The Ashe County Arts Council will sponsor Gallery Crawl in downtown West Jefferson this Friday, Sept. 14.



Riddle Me This
Local photographer Collee Riddle comes to Todd



R.T. Morgan: The Man Behind The Artist
R.T. Morgan is best known as a painter and sculptor; however he is also a dreamer, realist, entrepreneur, husband and father.



The Picture of Adventure
ArtWalk Highlights Bill Avery Photographs



The Secret Lives of Things
Nth Degree Artists Katie Park and Sean Matthews Exhibit New Work



Portraits & Places; Transformation & Repose
Three Artists Create Two New Exhibits at Jones House


ASU’s Catherine J. Smith Gallery
Announces Fall Schedule


Photographers Wanted
Town Of Boone Holds Calendar Photo Contest


Enrollment Opens For ASU Craft Enrichment Program
The Michael R. Patricelli Craft Enrichment Program at Appalachian State University is now enrolling for the fall semester.

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Orchard at Altapass Honors Authors Friday
Carolina Mountain Literary Festival Features Dot Jackson, Jerry Bledsoe and Others

Water for Elephants Author Coming to ASU
Sara Gruen Part of 2007 Visiting Writers Series


ASU Visiting Writers Series Features Paul Cuadros Sept. 6
In 1999, Paul Cuadros traded life in a big city for the small-town atmosphere of Pittsboro to write about the impact Latino poultry workers


So, You Think You Can Tell the Weather?
National Weather Service Seeking Volunteers


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.


 


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Playwright Bob Inman Talks About Adapting Mitford Novels
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Dan Paisley & Southern Grass at Blue Ridge Music Center
The Blue Ridge Music Center will present The Mountain Migration and its Echoes as part of the 2007 Summer Concert Series.


Shopping for Parts
Film director seeking extras for Boone Mall scene



Avery County A & H Fair Hits Town
15th Annual Event Comes To Newland Sept. 18-22

 


Ahleuchatistas Return to Black Cat Sept. 16th
Asheville Instrumental Trio to Tour Europe this Fall



Bristol’s Rhythm and Roots Reunion Sept. 14-16
Rhonda Vincent, Seldom Scene and Biscuit Burners Among Headliners




Tengstrand-Sun Piano Duo at Hayes Center Sept. 17th
Internationally Acclaimed Musicians Bring Classical Music to Blowing Rock




David Childers: Rockabilly Rebel
Modern Don Juans at Boone Saloon Friday

 

“Three States, A Zillion Curves and One Sweet Ride”
Fourth Annual Ride the Ridges Motorcycle Poker Run this Saturday

Sigmon Stringers Come to the Jones House
Popular Family Band from Newton Presents Traditional Gospel and Bluegrass

“Don’t Forget the Chow Chow”
Farm Heritage Day at Cove Creek Sept. 15

Farm Heritage Day on Sept. 15
At Farm Heritage Day, you can sample the past and the future of mountain traditions with music, exhibitions and food.

Steely Pan Band Performs Friday
ASU Steel Drum Band at Farthing Auditorium

 

 


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Elkland Puppet Fest Returns to Todd
The second Elkland International Puppet Festival is retuning to Todd at the Todd Mercantile Gallery in beautiful downtown Todd.




Barbershop Harmony Returns Sept. 22
Great Nashville Singout & Carolina Style Featured in Show


DBDA Announces Kraut Creek Festival Schedule
The Downtown Boone Development Association has released the schedule for the Kraut Creek Street Festival, to be held Saturday, Sept. 22, starting at 10 a.m.

Fall Festival coming soon to Parkway School
It’s that time again, folks, when just the thought of fall and cooler weather gets us in the mood for seasonal traditions including those time-honored festive events at the community school.

RedTail Mountain to host fall festival
Area residents are invited to attend RedTail Mountain’s first Fall Festival on Sunday, Sept. 23 from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. at RedTail’s golf course in Mountain City, Tenn.

Genre-Defying Acts Headline Appalachian Roots Revival
Outdoor Music Festival at Fairgrounds Saturday, Sept. 22


Roots Revival Returns Sept. 22
Outdoor Music Festival Features Acoustic Syndicate, Black Cash and Others


ASU’s 2007-08 Performing Arts Series Announced
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Kicks Off Series October 20th



Watauga Reads Cuadros
Library, ASU Host Special Reading Program Events


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.


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Barter’s “Jimmie Rodgers” coming to Heritage Hall
The Barter Theatre will present the play “America’s Blue Rodeler: Jimmie Rodgers” at Heritage Hall on Sunday, Sept. 23 for a 2 p.m. matinee performance.



Miss Fannie’s Hat Returns to the Stage
Rocket Players Youth Production this Saturday in Blowing Rock




Bluegrass for Little Pickers
Ron McCoury Releases New Album for Parents and Kids

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Sigmon Stringers Come to the Jones House
Popular Family Band from Newton Presents Traditional Gospel and Bluegrass


Tengstrand-Sun Piano Duo at Hayes Center Sept. 17th
Internationally Acclaimed Musicians Bring Classical Music to Blowing Rock


David Childers: Rockabilly Rebel
Modern Don Juans at Boone Saloon Friday


Bristol’s Rhythm and Roots Reunion Sept. 14-16
Rhonda Vincent, Seldom Scene and Biscuit Burners Among Headliners


Dan Paisley & Southern Grass at Blue Ridge Music Center
The Blue Ridge Music Center will present The Mountain Migration and its Echoes as part of the 2007 Summer Concert Series.


Ahleuchatistas Return to Black Cat Sept. 16th
Asheville Instrumental Trio to Tour Europe this Fall


POPAsheville Music Festival Looking For Bands
Multi-Venue Event Set for January 19 & 20, 2008


Appalachian Chorale Looking for Singers
Two Concerts Scheduled for December


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



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