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Black Rainbows’ and ‘brilliant color’ in Art Crawl Friday
Charlie Slack will have an opening reception for his new body of work, “Black Rainbows,” at the Nth Gallery on Friday, May 1 at 7 p.m. as part of the Downtown Boone Art Crawl.

 


Fresh Perspectives at the Jones House
Downtown Boone Art Crawl this Friday

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Sqrambled Scuares moves to MTN
“MTN” might not make a very good word to scramble, but it seems to be a good fit for Sqrambled Scuares.

 

Rock Star
The Blowing Rock plays large part in new movie

 

 

A Cornucopia of
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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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Merlefest 2009

  • MerleFest 2009 draws 70,000 plus 
    As the last notes of music rang out over the hillside and crews began dismantling stages, preliminary estimates showed that over four days, more than 70,000 music fans filled the campus of Wilkes Community College in Wilkesboro for MerleFest 2009
  • MerleFest announces Austin contest winners
    The 17th annual Chris Austin Songwriting Contest, held during MerleFest 2009 has announced this year’s winners.
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Studio K presents storybook classics May 2-3
Studio K Youth Ballet Company presents two fanciful ballets this weekend at Farthing Auditorium May 2 at 7 p.m. and May 3 at 3 p.m.

 


An Offer You Can’t Refuse
Corleone plays DragonFly May 1

 

 


Semifinals begin May 4 for HayesGrass II
They applied, we listened and now eight High Country bands and musicians have been selected to participate in HayesGrass II.

 

 

 

App Studies to honor donors with fundraising concert April 30
The Center for Appalachian Studies will present “An Appalachian Evening,” a concert to raise money for scholarships, on Thursday, April 30, on the Appalachian State University campus.

 

 

 

‘Eat with a Purpose’ on May 5 during 17th annual Taste of the High Country


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


 

 

 



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


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High School Musical 2 at the Hayes Center April 30
If you have kids in your life, then you probably know who they are talking about when they speak excitedly of Troy, Sharpay, Gabriella

 

DramaFest! May 2 at Hayes Center
Salute the power of theatre on May 2 at DramaFest!, an all-day celebration of the many aspects of theatre for children and young adults.

 

LMC’s The Love of the Nightingale rescheduled
Due to a cast member injury, Lees-McRae College’s Performing Arts Program production of The Love of the Nightingale has been rescheduled

 

Wilkes Playmakers present Holes May 1-10
Tickets are now on sale for the upcoming Wilkes Playmakers’ production of Holes


App Studies to honor donors with fundraising concert April 30
The Center for Appalachian Studies will present “An Appalachian Evening,” a concert to raise money for scholarships, on Thursday, April 30, on the Appalachian State University campus.

Semifinals begin May 4 for HayesGrass II
They applied, we listened and now eight High Country bands and musicians have been selected to participate in HayesGrass II.

An Offer You Can’t Refuse
Corleone plays DragonFly May 1

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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