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ArtWalk shows foliage all year long
For original artwork to remind you of the autumn spent in Boone, look no further than ArtWalk, whose large collection of artists continues to expand with Guy Paul, a metal artist


North Carolina Pastel Society unveils new exhibit
23 artists featured in show at Blowing Rock’s Upstairs Gallery


The Living Nth
Downtown Boone art gallery hosts Halloween show Friday



Carlton Gallery presents
25th Autumn Exhibition
Keith Allen woodworks showcased at Foscoe Art Gallery



Turchin Center is “On the Mark!”
ASU art gallery celebrates multiple exhibits with reception Nov. 2


Beth Andrews: Art for the Health of It
The local Cancer Resource Alliance is offering monthly opportunities for people affected by breast cancer to relieve the stress that occurs through all phases of cancer with a free expressive arts program.


Turchin Center offers three Lunch and Learn programs in November
Fiber art, drawing and jewelry making explored in series


DBDA recognizes public art sponsors
Downtown strollers can soon put a name with the abstract face of two new King Street art displays.


Antiques to Abstracts
New Hollis Chatelain art exhibit opens at the Turchin Center

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Gloria Steineim to visit Boone in February
Famed feminist icon comes to Appalachian State University


A Conversation with Karl E. Campbell
Author of Senator Sam Ervin, Last of the Founding Fathers to sign copies at Black Bear Books


Watauga Arts Council offers November gallery reception
The Watauga Arts Council’s art reception Friday, Nov. 2, from 6:30 until 8 p.m., will welcome a New York Times best selling author.


ASU program draws new pathways to local community
The Office of Conferences and Institutes at ASU offers two new Appalachian Pathways programs in early November.


Author to read from
Dan’l bio
Robert Morgan has departed from his usually foray into fiction by choosing one of the region’s most notable explorers for his latest work – a biography of Daniel Boone.



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Avery High School drama students
perform Arthur Miller play this week
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Party at the Edge of the World
Snowboard season kicks off in Banner Elk Saturday



Boone becomes center of dance universe
NC Dance Festival, Ballet Folklorico, Sean Curran Dance Company, and NC Dance Alliance in coming weeks




Gringo Star falls into Boone gig


 

Yerman and Wright to JAM at the Jones House
Local guitarist and singer Brian Yerman will be playing music in the Jones House Community Center parlor room from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. during the Friday night reception on Nov. 2. 


Degas Quartet performs at Rosen Concert Hall Nov. 7
ASU presents three-part chamber music miniseries this fall


LMC presents Summer and Smoke
High Country’s second Tennessee Williams play in a month


Nights at the Movies
ASU offers films, entertainment


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MerleFest Announces 2008 Lineup
Levon Helm, Ralph Stanley, Bela Fleck among headliners

 


Dimension Unknown
Magician Sammy Cortino at Hayes Center Nov. 17th



Sean Curran Dance Company at Farthing Nov. 9
New York company blends Celtic and modern traditions




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ASU hosts North Carolina Dance’s 25th anniversary event
Performances, workshops, photography exhibit featured

 

 


A fine time for wine
Peabody’s 29th Anniversary Charity Wine Tasting Expo at Broyhill November 10th

 



Lisa Dames to give free concert at Wal-Mart Nov. 10th
Country singer best known for portraying Patsy Cline on stage

 



Grammy winners kick off Carolina Theatre’s Annual Benefit Nov. 9
Carolina Theatre will be celebrating another year with friends and the community on Friday, Nov. 9, with bluegrass favorites.

 

Laura Reed & Deep Pocket at the Flipside
Local bar and eatery hosts CD release

 



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LMC presents Summer and Smoke
High Country’s second Tennessee Williams play in a month



Pump Boys and Dinettes runs through Nov. 11
BRSC presents classic American musical in Blowing Rock




Moonshine & Thunder Opens Oct. 18th
New Wilkes Playmakers Drama Follows Junior Johnson’s Rise in NASCAR





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Nights at the Movies
ASU offers films, entertainment




The Last Suit You Wear
Bluegrass picker Larry Sparks releases stellar album

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Gringo Star falls into Boone gig



Christmas in the Mountains CD to be released next week
Proceeds benefit Hunger and Health Coalition


Laura Reed & Deep Pocket at the Flipside
Local bar and eatery hosts CD release


Grammy winners kick off Carolina Theatre’s Annual Benefit Nov. 9
Carolina Theatre will be celebrating another year with friends and the community on Friday, Nov. 9, with bluegrass favorites


Lisa Dames to give free concert at Wal-Mart Nov. 10th
Country singer best known for portraying Patsy Cline on stage


Degas Quartet performs at Rosen Concert Hall Nov. 7
ASU presents three-part chamber music miniseries this fall


Hayes School of Music to webcast performances
The Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State University is now webcasting select musical performances.


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

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