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Art’s in tune at ArtWalk
Keni’s Music brings a love of music to ArtWalk with his collection of guitar frames.


WAC offers summer art classes
The Watauga Arts Council is offering summer art classes for young people at the Jones House Community Center.

 

Art and music converge at Wolf Creek’s Rendezvous II
Wolf Creek, a leading mountain, cabin and lodge home decor outfitter located in Green Mansions Village south of Boone on N.C. 105, will host the second Rendezvous Memorial Day Weekend.

 

WAC offers summer art classes
The Watauga Arts Council is offering summer art classes for young people at the Jones House Community Center.

 

Calling all artists in Watauga and adjoining counties!
Watauga Arts Council announces a call for entries for “Memory through, from, was, is, to, and, upon, created . . . Appalachia,” a juried exhibition.

 

Quilt Trail social proves successful
On Saturday, May 2, the Avery Arts Council invited all Quilt Square owners to a party celebrating their participation in the Avery Quilt Trail.

 

.ASU offers Summer Craft Enrichment classes
Registration is now open for the summer classes for the Michael R. Patricelli Craft Enrichment Program at Appalachian State University. 

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Appalachia featured on PBS
Appalachia: A History of Mountains and People, made by Ross Spears and Jamie Ross, is a four-part PBS series that is the first environmental study of any region of the country.

 



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
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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Jones House Concerts on the Lawn Return June 5

 

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Northwestern Studios presents The Fantastic Toyshop May 23-24
The children’s ballet, The Fantastic Toyshop, will be performed at Valborg Theater on the Appalachian State University campus.

 

One-man shows at Green Eggs & Jam Sunday
Thrones, Clang Quartet perform at 4 p.m.

 

 

Sheets Family to perform at Watauga Farmers’ Market Saturday
Watauga County Farmers’ Market will be celebrating Herb and Plant day on May 23 with the music of The Sheets Family.

 

 

Mountain Home Music’s 16th season opens Saturday
As done in the past, the series features local and regional musicians who reflect the heritage of the Appalachian region.  

 

 

Wilkesboro ChickenFest is May 22-24
The free-to-the-public event returns to The Record Park at the corner of Fourth and E streets in North Wilkesboro on Friday, May 22; Saturday, May 23; and Sunday, May 24.

 

 

Summer at Sugar Mountain Resort
Seasonal activities now under way

 

 


Kat Williams performs live for May 23 benefit
On May 23, jazz singer Kat Williams’ bold voice will once again fill the Carolina Theatre with people, song and soul, as she performs in the Spruce Pine historic theatre. 

 

 

A Case of Vertigo
Knoxville alt-rock band plays Boone May 21

 

 

 

 


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Summer at Sugar Mountain Resort
Seasonal activities now under way

 

Summer Dance Series offered June 9 - July 16

 

 

Square dance lessons at the Land Harbor in June
A free open house sponsored by Land Harbor Mountain Mixers Square Dance Club will be held Sunday, June 7.

 

 

Registration under way for WAC Summer Arts Camp
The Watauga Arts Council is still accepting registrations for its Summer Arts Camp, featuring Missoula Children’s Theatre, which will take place June 22-27 at Watauga High School.

 

 

A Cool 5 on the Beech
Race hits the road June 6

 

 

Mountain Home Music returns for 2009 season
Local music. Local and regional musicians. A back porch. An old barn. A good shade tree. Real. Tasteful. Authentic. 

 

 

 

Blowing Rock Stage Company announces summer lineup
Series kicks off June 10 with Shear Madness

 

 

 

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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Blowing Rock Stage Company announces summer lineup
Series kicks off June 10 with Shear Madness

 


Shiver Me Timbers!

 

Mitford play adaptation to be published
The staff at the Blowing Rock Stage Company, still happy to be chosen the Best Professional Theatre in North Carolina for 2008 by the N.C. Theatre Conference, now has something else to crow about.

 

Blue Ridge Community Theatre presents The Dixie Swim Club May 29-31
Blue Ridge Community Theatre will present The Dixie Swim Club by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten May 29-31.

 


ASU presents Cre8tive Drama workshop
Appalachian State University Department of Theatre and Dance presents the week-long camp Cre8tive Drama June 29- July 2.

 

Miracle on the Mountain drama calls for actors
All aspiring actors are invited to audition for the third annual Miracle on the Mountain outdoor drama.

Appalachia CD celebrates mountain heritage
If you were one of the television viewers who enjoyed the recent PBS four part documentary Appalachia: A History of Mountains & People, you probably noticed that the film series utilized authentic yet original recordings to help bring the mountains into your living room.


To The Fallen Records
The Military’s Musical Outlet for Top Talent

A Case of Vertigo
Knoxville alt-rock band plays Boone May 21

Southern Accent hosts Fellowship Celebration
Day-long event promises music, food and fun

Kat Williams performs live for May 23 benefit
On May 23, jazz singer Kat Williams’ bold voice will once again fill the Carolina Theatre with people, song and soul, as she performs in the Spruce Pine historic theatre.

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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