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Arts & Entertainment

The Fine and Performing Arts Center at Western Carolina University announces its seventh Galaxy of Stars Series with a lineup intended to take audiences down memory lane.

Subscriptions to Galaxy of Stars performances – the only professional series in Jackson County – are available through Sept. 10. At $100 for adults, subscriptions offer a substantial savings over individual ticket prices and allow patrons to select and keep preferred seats. (The subscription price for individuals aged 60 and older is $90; $80 for WCU faculty and staff; and $25 for students and children.

Individual tickets for the 2011-12 series go on sale Aug. 16. Those prices are $20 for adults; $15 for WCU faculty and staff; $10 per person for groups of 20 and more; and $5 for students and children.

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Catch the following lineup of exhibitions and workshops at The Bascom, now open seven days a week, year round.

Don’t miss:

— Grounded in Nature: Paper, a three-dimensional handcrafted sculpture by Charleston based paper artist Jocelyn Chateauvert. During a visit to the exhibition, visitors are invited to enter the artist’s wonderful creative world and make their own sculpture. Paper samples are provided. This exhibition is sponsored by Frances Bunzl.

— Frank Stella: American Master features periodic demonstrations of print making that will help visitors appreciate and understand some of the many processes used by Frank Stella.

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Jackson County native Matt Stillwell will be returning to the region August 19-20 to host the 4th annual Shinefest at Fontana Village Resort for what he said is “going to be a great one this year for sure.”

Shinefest started in 2008 and was created around the filming of Stillwell’s music video, “Shine.” According to Stillwell, there is something special about having no cell phone service and enjoying the beauty within the national park which surrounds Fontana Village Resort. Shinefest allows guests to enjoy the area and to interact with the songwriters and artists who all come out to enjoy “one big party.”

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Franklin will be hopping with all things BBQ when the 3rd Annual Mountain High BBQ Festival and Car Show comes to town Aug. 12 and 13 at the Wayne Proffitt Agricultural Center located on Highway 441 South. This two-day event is a Kansas City BBQ Society (KCBS) sanctioned festival. BBQ teams from all over the country will cook Friday and Saturday preparing their best BBQ, hoping to be named Grand Champion earning a N.C. State Championship.

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published: 10/18/2013
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