BLAINESWORLD #774, Section 12C (NC)

Frankly, I’m not a big fan of Bele Chere . . . that’s the occasion when 250,000-300,000 people head into downtown Asheville for a weekend festival of music, food, crafts and drinking . . . but if that’s your thing, you can get the full schedule and more information by clicking:

http://www.belecherefestival.com/

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Please join us on Tuesday, August 9 at The Crowne Plaza Resort for the final Asheville Buzz meeting of 2011!

7:15 a.m. — Registration
7:30 a.m. — Networking & Breakfast
8:00 a.m. — Investigative Technology & Internet Safety with John Letterhos & JD Serrano (Federal Bureau of Investigation), who will be joining us from Charlotte!
9:00 a.m. — Meet the Speakers

About the featured program:
Thanks to shows like CSI, many of us are familiar with the investigative procedures forensic analysts use to solve crimes, but the digital age presents a whole new arena of investigative technology. Learn about these tactics used by the FBI and about what you can do to keep yourself safe from online dangers.

Click here to register and purchase a ticket to the August 9 meeting ($15):

https://leas.memberclicks.net/index.php?option=com_mc&view=mc&mcid=form_100445

Registration ends Thursday, August 4. This series is open to the public. We invite you to forward this message to a friend!

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A House Concert
with
Kaleo Wheeler—Musical Storyteller
Eric Russ—Singer/Songwriter &
Terri Crosby—Singer
Saturday, August 27 7:00—9:00pm
80 Abbey Lane, Hendersonville NC 28739

Tickets for the Concert, including refreshments: $15.30

Seating is limited. To reserve a seat,, please call::
Kalleo toll free att:: 866–581–4843 or Erric at:: 828–891–8983
You can also email:: kalleowheellerr@gmaiill..com or
TuneSmytth1@aoll..com
Check out Kalleo’’s music att:: http://www.kalleowheellerr..com
A Delightful and Intimate Evening of Song, Story and Sharing
Kaleo Wheeler has been performing and sharing her stories and Positive Music for over 30 years.
Her storytelling covers a range of different song styles, and she sometimes accompanies herself
on a small harp or shares a dance. Her rich, warm voice escorts the listener on a musical
odyssey, creating an atmosphere in which the audience experiences and participates in an
evening of music, stories, laughter and poignant memories – creating a deeper sense of
community for everyone.
Eric Russ has been making music since the 1950’s. It is what makes him tick. He has been
writing music and performing at coffees houses and other small venues from Los Angeles to
Nashville to NY since the late 90’s. His finger picking style of playing acoustic guitar, his soothing
voice and his inspiring lyrics and melodies leave his audience feeling relaxed, alive and happy.
Terri Crosby has been singing for many years. Her favorite professional appearance was at the
National Cathedral in Washington, DC in 1998. She is now building a reputation as both a
music artist and vocal coach in the Asheville area.

“Kaleo has the most soultouching power with her musicand songs…like being wrapped up in a warm blanket and held by tender arms.”—Becca Weaver

“Terri has one of the purest, most natural voices I’ve heard.” -—Wm.Hanrahan

“Eric’s music moves and inspires me every time I hear him.”—Cindy G.

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Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood

Time
Friday, August 12 at 7:30pm – August 20 at 7:30pm
Location
Parkway Playhouse
202 Green Mountain Drive
Burnsville, North Carolina
Created By
Parkway Playhouse
More Info
Sweeping Adventure and diabolical villainy collide in this fast-paced swashbuckler in this stirring and highly entertaining adaptation of the story of the world’s most famous “outlaw” who stole from the rich and gave to the poor.

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Earth & Sky: The Richard Shulman Trio in Concert

Time
Friday, August 5 · 8:00pm – 11:00pm
Location
The Altamont
18 Church St
Asheville, North Carolina
Created By
Richard Shulman, Composer of New Age, Jazz, and Classical Music
More Info
Richard Shulman – piano
Mike Holstein – bass
Sonny Thornton – drums

A magical evening of deeply intuitive playing in the Altamont’s acoustically tuned black-box theatre. Music beyond category with jazz and classical influences played by a group that listens internally and to each other to create a transcendent joy in performance.

http://www.rstrio.com/

Tickets $15 in advance, $20 at the door.
Box office at the Altamont:828-274-8070
http://myaltamont.com/

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