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‘My Inner Child’ at Morning Star Gallery
Many moments of life are spent remembering the wonder, joy and creativity of childhood.

 

The Artistic Side of Wine
Area galleries join Blue Ridge Wine and Food Festival

 


New beginnings with local artists at Carlton Gallery
With spring just around the corner expressing new cycles of growth, a new beginning of exhibiting art is sprouting at Carlton Gallery.

 


Barn quilts at Cheese House Gallery
Two striking Quilt Squares on two vintage barns in a meadow make a scenic welcome to travelers driving into Avery County from Linville Falls.

 


Area quilter goes national
The art of quilting is not usually associated with the art of story telling. However, quilts are used to tell a story.

 

 


Creative Opportunities
Art Crawl features exhibition by people with disabilities

 

 

Caldwell photo exhibit at Boone Mall in April
Bob and Sharon Caldwell, of Bob Caldwell Photography, continue to celebrate their 30th business opportunity.

 

 


All in the Family
Jones House galleries feature Hallier family, Watauga preschoolers

 

 


An ‘AP’ for Effort
WHS senior art on display at Cheap Joe’s

 

 


Art & Evolution
Looking Glass Gallery joins Darwin celebration

 

 


Sculpture, paintings at Cheese House Gallery
As most area residents know, the Green Movement is nothing new.

 

 

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Rock Star
The Blowing Rock plays large part in new movie

 


Who wants to be in a music video?
Country musician seeks area residents for concert scene

 

A Cornucopia of
CAMPS
As summer draws close and school is coming to an end, parents are looking for something to entertain and educate their children

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Wiseapple returns to Boone for back-to-back concerts April 18-19

 

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Be A Hero
Community comic book at Boone Comicon Saturday

 

 


Here’s to Mother Earth
Peabody’s presents Earth Day Beer Tasting at DragonFly April 22

 

 

 



LMC presents For the Love of the Nightingale
Wertenbacher play runs April 17-21

 

 

 

‘The Lake at the End of the World’ April 17 at ASU
Production incorporates ‘green’ practices by using recycled materials

 

 

Ready, Aim, Fire on the Rock
It’s hot, it’s intense, and it’s got every Blowing Rock restaurant buzzing with anticipation.

 

 

 


Blowing Rock uncorks Blue Ridge Wine Festival April 16
The Blue Ridge Wine and Food Festival kicks off on Thursday, April 16.

 

 

 


John McEuen back by popular demand
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band member returns to Blowing Rock Friday

 

 



Full Steam Ahead
The Afromotive brings new sound to Boone April 17

 


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Livinston Taylor plays Blowing Rock April 25
James Taylor’s brother comes to Hayes Center

 

 


Simplified plays Alzheimer’s benefit in Boone April 25
Charlotte Simplified will headline the first annual Rock2Raise Alzheimer’s Association benefit concert April 25 at Old Boone Fairgrounds in Boone.

 

 


MerleFest kicks off April 23
Annual festival offers music contests

 

 


The Talented Mr. WHS
Watauga High hosts charity pageant April 25

 

 



Melissa Reaves Goes West
The Deciders to perform at Gathering of Nations

 

 

 


App Young People’s Theatre presents The Lake at the End of the World
Theater troupe goes green

 

 

 


14 25 acts+1 night=Shooting Stars 09
After months of rehearsing, and auditioning, 25 acts have been chosen for Shooting Stars 2009, Friday, April 24 at Farthing Auditorium

 

 

Kenny Loggins, Joan Baez headline An Appalachian Summer
ASU announces summer lineup, ticket sales open


 

 

 


A Lesson in Morglbl
French rock trio hosts music workshops in Blowing Rock

 

 

 



BRSC announces 2009 lineup
Musicals, mysteries and Hank Williams take the stage in Blowing Rock

 

 

 

 


Langerado Out, Bonnaroo Continues
Struggling economy takes its toll on outdoor festivals


 



Antiques Roadshow coming to Carolina
Tickets are free but must be obtained in advance

 

 



Hayes Center announces 2009 schedule
Blues, Bluegrass, Flamenco and more coming to Blowing Rock

 

 

 


MerleFest Announces 2009 Lineup
Travis Tritt, Emmylou Harris, Del McCoury Headline festival in Wilkesboro

 

 

 



Linda Ronstadt added to MerleFest lineup
Grammy Award-winning singer to close festival with Mariachi Los Camperos de Nati Cano




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‘The Lake at the End of the World’ April 17 at ASU
Production incorporates ‘green’ practices by using recycled materials

 

 

Visual arts winners launched for Shooting Stars
After months of rehearsing and auditioning, 25 acts have been chosen for Shooting Stars 2009, Friday, April 24, at ASU’s Farthing Auditorium.

 

LMC presents For the Love of the Nightingale
Wertenbacher play runs April 17-21

 

 


Full Steam Ahead
The Afromotive brings new sound to Boone April 17

Melissa Reaves Goes West
The Deciders to perform at Gathering of Nations

Up to Scales
Steel drum act Jonathan Scales Fourchestra returns to Boone April 16

HayesGrass II continues at Hayes Center
They applied, we listened, and now eight High Country bands and musicians have been selected to participate in HayesGrass II, a playoff-style contest.

A Lesson in Morglbl
French rock trio hosts music workshops in Blowing Rock

Blowing Rock Hayes Center presents HayesGrass II
Bluegrass, folk contest open to local musicians

Kenny Loggins, Joan Baez headline An Appalachian Summer
ASU announces summer lineup, ticket sales open

MerleFest Announces 2009 Lineup
Travis Tritt, Emmylou Harris, Del McCoury Headline festival in Wilkesboro

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