>For those you of who love the summer, it may seem as if the season is slipping by too quickly, but not to worry. There’s still plenty of time to check out these cool happenings in Ashe County.
If you have not seen it already, there’s still time to experience this year’s production of “Horn In The West,” America’s oldest Revolutionary War drama, which runs through August 6th. The show takes place at the Daniel Boone Amphitheatr, renowned as one of the country’s most beautiful outdoor theatres.
Calling all bluegrass and fiddler fans and players! This coming weekend the Ashe County Arts Council will be sponsoring the 47th annual Ashe County Bluegrass and Old Time Fiddlers Convention and music competition for both adults and youth at Ashe County Park in Jefferson.
It will soon begin to look like Christmas in the High Country. Make your plans to “Choose and Cut” your own tree in Ashe County this year.
If you have not met Dale and Becky Carlson, the owners of “Bluemoonistic Images” take a moment to learn about them, and hear their fascinating story.
The entertainment is non-stop for four days with fifteen different stage locations. Some of the well known artists who have performed in the past are Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, Bob Weir (formally of the Greatful Dead), Emmylou Harris, Ricky Skaggs and many other famous entertainers.
It is an exciting event enjoyed by both the local people and the thousands of visitors who come to spend the day in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
On Thursday evening, October 29th., the building overflowed with friends and business associates who came to help celebrate the twentieth anniversary of Ashe High Country Realty.