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FLAT ROCK PLAYHOUSE STUDIO 52 PRESENTS VIRTUAL FALL CLASSES

Flat Rock Playhouse’s Studio 52 is excited to offer virtual classes this fall for students near and far. There are classes open to students in Kindergarten all the way through 12th grade with options for acting and musical theatre. Classes will be taught by theatre professionals and Vagabonds including Studio 52 Director of Education Anna Kimmell, Flat Rock Playhouse Artistic Director and Artistic Associate Lisa K. Bryant and Matthew Glover, Betsy Bisson, Tania Battista, and Flat Rock Playhouse newcomer TJ Medel! The semester begins the week of September 21st and runs for nine weeks. 

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Tour d’Apple has 100 Spots Left

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Only 100 spots remain for the in-person 8th annual Tour d’Apple on Labor Day, which takes place Monday, September 7, 2020, at Blue Ridge Community College in Flat Rock. It is not too late to register for this annual charity cycling event which offers four scenic routes around the beautiful apple orchards and mountains of Henderson County, NC. 

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Flat Rock Playhouse Postpones 2020 Season

With deep regret, Flat Rock Playhouse has announced it will cancel the balance of its 2020 season and shift the entire Mainstage series to 2021. Ticketholders will be contacted by the Playhouse Box Office team starting in the coming days about their tickets.  “We are heartbroken to have to make this decision,” said producing artistic director Lisa K. Bryant. “With state-mandated limitations on gathering sizes for the foreseeable future, as well as recent information that union rules for actors returning to work may not even be issued until summer, it is now clear we cannot reopen in mid-July as we had hoped. The right decision for the long-term health of the Playhouse and for our patrons is to move the entire 2020 season to 2021.” This decision was ratified unanimously by the Playhouse Board of Trustees.

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Downtown After 5 Goes Live Stream, Immediate Support for Area Music Professionals

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The Asheville Downtown Association (ADA) and Foundation (ADAF) today announced that they’re taking Downtown After 5 virtual, as well as a new program to directly support Asheville music professionals. Based on state and local guidelines regarding public gatherings, the May 15 and June 19 Downtown After 5 events are going online. Through a partnership with IamAVL and The Orange Peel, Downtown After 5 will be live streamed to YouTube and Facebook.

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MONTFORD MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES POSTPONEMENT; RESCHEDULED FOR SEPT. 20

Montford Neighborhood Association Responds to  Coronavirus Pandemic; Moves Festival to Fall   Due to the ongoing global Coronavirus pandemic, The Montford Music & Arts Festival has announced a postponement of the 17th annual event, which had been set for Saturday, May 30. 

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AMOS Virtual Science Pub Series Starts April 16

AMOS Virtual Science Pub Series – Radon: The Monster in Your Basement Thursday, April 16 | 6 - 7:30 pm  AMOS and The Collider present a free VIRTUAL science talk on radon, a dangerous gas common in many households 

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Catawba Brewing Painting South Slope Green with Two St. Patrick’s Day Events

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Catawba Brewing Co. will throw two St. Patrick’s day events, starting with Paddy’s Day Irish Brunch from Blind Pig on Sunday, March 15. The brewery will continue the St. Patrick’s Day spirit on March 17 with live Irish tunes. Two Irish beer releases brewed in honor of the holiday will be available at both events, which will take place at the South Slope location.

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Montford Music & Art Festival Announces Early Info for 2020 Event

The Montford Music & Arts Festival, the longest-running and only free-to-the-public festival in the greater Asheville area, has announced early commitments for its music lineup and food truck or booth service for the 17th annual event on Saturday, May 30.  The festival also has unveiled a new logo for 2020 and beyond.

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Valentine for the Earth March And Street Blockade Planned By Extinction Rebellion WNC

Extinction Rebellion WNC will briefly block a downtown street on Valentine’s Day during a demonstration intended to highlight extraordinary danger that catastrophic climate change poses to the people and places we love. The group says it will use the holiday to talk about the need for people motivated by fierce, protective love to overcome politicians' complacency and inaction.

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Catawba Brewing Hosts Kick Off Party for White Zombie 5k

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Kick-Off Party to Feature Discounted Registration, Fun Run & Zombie-Themed Drinks

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