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Published Wednesday, August 16, 2017 at 10:16 am

Western Watauga Senior Center’s Annual Craft Sale, 8/24-8/25

Craft Sale: Western Watauga Senior Center is having their first annual Craft Sale of all the great items our seniors make. It will take place here at our center on August 24 th from 10-7 and August 25 th from 10-2. Come take care of your gift list and support our seniors at the same time! Call Cindy at 828-297-5195 for more info.

 

The Blowing Rock Civic Association Holds Round Table Discussion, Oct. 12

The BRCA is sponsoring a mayoral and town council candidate round table discussion, open to the public:

 
October 12, 2017.
American Legion Bldg. Blowing Rock.
Social 5:30 pm.
Program 6:00 pm.
There will be a question / answer period

 

Avery and Beech Mountain Chambers August “After Hours,” Aug. 17

Avery and Beech Mountain Chamber 
Thursday August 17, 2017 5pm-7pm

 Beech Mountain Resort
1007 Beech Mountain Parkway
Beech Mountain, NC

 -Live Music by Shelby Rae Moore
 -Beer, Wine and Hors d’oeuvres
 -Free Lift tickets will be available for chamber members and guest.  Tickets can be picked up at the Avery Chamber table located in the resort village, next to the main lift. 
 -Please note the only mode of transportation is via chairlift. Comfortable, outdoor shoes are encouraged. 

 -Sponsored by:
Beech Mountain Resort
Beech Mountain Club
Famous Brick Oven Pizza
Reid’s Café & Catering

 

Open Auditions for “American Idol” in Asheville, 8/27

WHAT:           Open call auditions for AMERICAN IDOL in ASHEVILLE, NC

 

WHERE:         68 Haywood Street, Asheville, NC 28810

 

WHEN:           REGISTRATION / AUDITIONS – Sunday, August 27

 

Get Outside at Grandfather Mountain State Park, 8/19

FREE and open to the public – fun for adults and kids, families and friends!

Join us to celebrate the mountain, state parks, natural resources, local history, environmental education, and the Year of the Spider.

Grandfather Mountain State Park’s “Get Outside Day”!!!

There will be several activities and programs led by State Park’s Ranger Sharon Becker and a couple presentations on the Spruce Fir Moss Spider by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Sue Cameron.

Scheduled hikes led by Blue Ridge Hiking Club will leave out at:
9am To Calloway Peak; 930am To Shanty Spring; 10am To Profile View
*RSVP to 828-963-9522 to register for hikes or for questions about them.

Meet Randy Johnson, Author of the book “Grandfather Mountain The History And Guide To An Appalachian Icon” and have him sign your book.
 

Date of Event:

Sat, 08/19/2017 – 11:00am to 2:00pm

Location:

NEW Profile Parking Lot (4198 Hwy 105) – across from Pedalin’ Pig Restaurant in Banner Elk

 

BRAHM Presents A Weaverly Path: The Tapestry Life of Sylvia Heyden, 8/17

Thursday, Aug 17, 7:00pm

A Weaverly Path offers an intimate, visually stunning portrait of Swiss-born tapestry weaver Silvia Heyden and captures the inner dialogue and meditations of an extraordinary artist in the moments of creation. The film follows Heyden during a year of weaving and reflection. Heyden creates works inspired by the Eno River in Durham, North Carolina and shares how nature, music, her Bauhaus influences, and her life experiences anchor and inform her weaving. Heyden is a 20th-century modernist whose body of work redefines the art of modern tapestry.

$5 students with ID, seniors, active military, EBT cardholders,
$7 general admission

 

Watauga County Public Library Presents: A Presentation on The Great American Solar Eclipse, 8/16

Where: Watauga County Public Library, 140 Queen Street, Boone, NC 28607

WhenWednesday, August 16, 5:30 p.m.

Who: Dr. Tom Rokoske

What: Presentation on Eclipses and the “Great American Solar Eclipse” of 2017

Get ready for the ‘Great American Eclipse’ with a special presentation by retired Appalachian State University Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy Tom Rokoske at Watauga County Public Library this Wednesday. Dr. Rokoske will speak on the nature of solar eclipses, the significance of this year’s solar eclipse, which will be a a 96% covered partial eclipse in our area, tips for viewing the eclipse safely, and more. Free and open to the public. 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 16th in the Watauga County Public Library Meeting Room.

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