Archive - Oct 8, 2013 - Outlook
âC & M Traveling Show,â Jonathan Birchfield and â20/20 Bandâ are scheduled to headline the Fourth annual Sodstock on Saturday, Oct. 5. The music is slated to begin at 4:30 p.m.
Almost 50 years after the famed movie, âThe Sound of Music,â Hudson is not only honoring the film but also welcoming back one of the original cast members.
For more than 30 years, Dr. Robert Hart of Hickory has rescued and restored Carolina life of the 19th century, recreating an entire village, Hart Squareâthe largest collection of original historic log buildings in the United States.
The Hickory Museum of Art (HMA) proudly presents The Autolawn Party on Saturday, Sept. 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the SALT Block Lawn located at 243 Third Avenue NE, Hickory. The celebration is centered around European Classic Car Show. The event is open to the public and admission is free to spectators. The event is open to the public and admission is free to spectators.
The Walker Center, on the campus of Wilkes Community College, will present âThe Oak Ridge Boysâ on Friday, Sept. 13, at 8 p.m.
As the summer ends, families from across the state can have one last hooray at the 67th annual North Carolina Apple Festival, held annually over Labor Day Weekend in Hendersonville. It has been Western North Carolinaâs Premier Family Festival for over 60 years.
School supplies have evolved significantly over the years. Items that appear on todayâs schoolsupply lists may be quite different from yesteryear.
Looking for a fun alternative to standard 5K races? Check out the 2013 Vineyard Stomp 5K Series in the wine country of Surry County.
The cross country runs take place in vineyards, traversing the unique terrain of various wineries.Three of the four races are still accepting entrants.
The paintings of Dean Mitchell, an internationally known figurative artist, will be on exhibit at the Burke Arts Council for six weeks from Aug.6 through Sept.13.
The exhibition, titled âTraces of Humanity,â contains more than 30 original works. Among them are watercolors, oils,acrylics, sketches and etchings documenting the artistâs 33-year career.
Beginning Aug. 1, The Hiddenite Centerâs Lucas Mansion Gallery will feature the work of Charlotte artist Jerry Kirk. The exhibit will be on display during the months of August and September. Renowned for
his use of vibrant color and Expressionist style, Kirkâs exhibit
portrays North Carolina landscapes in a bold new way. From the mountains to the coast, Kirk has captured the beauty of North