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July 26th

Artists fill town square for Mt. Mitchell Crafts Fair, Aug. 2-3

July 26, 2013

Burnsville’s town square becomes a haven for arts and crafts during the 57th annual Mount Mitchell Crafts Fair. The annual craft fair is held on the town square in Burnsville on the first Friday and Saturday of August.

Ballet school prepares for fall classes

July 26, 2013

After the spring production of “Swan Lake” and full summer classes, The Louis Nunnery School of Ballet in downtown Hickory is ready to welcome new students in August. To prepare for new and returning students the school is hosting a special open house event on Saturday, Aug. 3 from 12-3 p.m.
       

July 17th

Hunter & Jumper Horse Show returns to Blowing Rock in late July

July 17, 2013

The second phase of what is believed to be America’s oldest continuous horse show – Hunter/Jumper competition – takes place in Blowing Rock in late July. The 90th Blowing Rock Charity Horse Show, held at the nearby Equestrian Preserve, will feature more than 400 horses in competition July 23-28, and July 31-Aug. 4.

July 16th

Enjoy Bikes, Brews ‘n’ Views

July 16, 2013

The Bikes, Brews ‘n’ Views festival runs July 19-21 and celebrates the growing mountain biking scene at Beech Mountain Resort with a mix of live music, biking, beer tasting, scenic views and a hash run.

July 15th

Happy Fourth of July

July 15, 2013

For those families who didn't get to venture out on a week long vacation, there are plenty of area events for families to enjoy this the Fourth of July weekend.

Spotlighting Mountain View

July 15, 2013

The small community of Mountain View, just southwest of Hickory, is one that strives on family. With a population of 3,552, the community is a few miles away from Hickory, Hildebran and Long View.
       

Winery takes root

July 15, 2013

Silver Fork Winery, newly opened in the rolling foothills of Western North Carolina, offers wine aficionados the best of both worlds.

Madi Story went out a winner Monday night during the North Carolina Coaches Association East-West...
In a game that included five ejections, the Catawba County Hornets defeated the rival Carolina...
A native of the state of Washington, Marvin Williams is returning to his North Carolina roots. The...

 

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