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Science Pub: 2017 Carolina Total Solar Eclipse

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The Asheville Museum of Science (AMOS) and The Collider announce their next co-hosted installment of the Science Pub, a free Friday night guest speaker series. “2017 Carolina Total Solar Eclipse” will be presented by Christi Whitworth, Director of Learning Experiences with the Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute (PARI).

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Asheville’s Solar Eclipse Festival at Pack Square Park

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The Asheville Museum of Science (AMOS), Asheville City Schools, Buncombe County Schools, UNC Asheville, Mix 96.5, and the828.com are pleased to announce they will be co-hosting Asheville’s Solar Eclipse Festival on August 21st. From 12pm-3pm the community is invited to join in the festivities at Pack Square Park with music, food, and fun hands-on eclipse related activities led by local organizations. Be sure to visit ashevillescience.org/solar-eclipse for more detail!

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Asheville Outlets and Buncombe County Schools Host Countdown to Kindergarten

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Starting kindergarten can be scary for both kids and their parents, so Asheville Outlets has teamed up with the Buncombe County Schools to create an event that will make that step just a little easier. On Tuesday, November 17th, over twenty-two schools and ten different county school curriculum departments will set up informational and interactive booths and displays in the Food Court at Asheville Outlets. Families with future kindergarten students are encouraged to attend to find out more about what to expect for the first year of school. The event takes place from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. 

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Evergreen Community Charter School Awarded Honors from Noodle

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These Pioneering K–12 Schools are Achieving Measurable Results Through Innovations Built Around the Needs of Students. High Graduation Rates, Marked Improvement in Test Scores, and Better Post-Graduate Options Among the Reasons Innovative Schools Are Successful

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Students Speak: Bras Part of Dress Code at AHS?

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Wednesday, May 13th there was announcement made at Asheville High School that sent tidal waves through the school. According to accounts from students, Principal Joyce Best has now mandated that proper undergarments are a requirement for female students. Specifically, girls are required to wear bras to adhere to the dress code policy. This outraged students, who brought the report back to their parents.

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2015 Go Local Card & Brand New Website Launches

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The Asheville Grown Go Local card is an initiative to raise money for Asheville City Schools while also encouraging residents of Asheville to shop local. AshevilleBlog participates in the Go Local card, so if you are interested in advertising with us, inquire about our great discounted rates and mention Go Local! Check out the press release about the 2014 discount card below:

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Make a local nonprofit SMILE when shopping online

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Asheville is very conscious about shopping local and supporting our local business owners and economy. However, not everyone shops local all the time - I am sure some of our residents may not shop local at all. Many people shop online to take advantage of great discounts and savings. If you are like me, your go-to website for price comparison and purchases is Amazon.com. This holiday season, don't feel guilty about shopping online when the situation calls for it, because now even when you shop through Amazon a portion of your purchases can support a local nonprofit. 

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