(1) Vic A. in NC: Saw Chicago tonight as part of a sold out crowd. Excellent show with an excellent cast. Enjoyed seeing our friend Leslie Nevin on stage after a 22 year absence. There certainly is a wealth of talent in Asheville. We are very fortunate to live here.
Tickets for Bombs Away Cabaret spring show are on sale at Magnetic Field site.
(2) Mark Jones in NC: Bradshaw Call and I getting ready for our production of THE STORY OF MY LIFE: A NEW MUSICAL at The Feichter Studio at Haywood Arts Regional Theatre. Opens March 9, 2012.
(3) The Runaway Circus and the Loose Cabooses Annual Community Show!
Rock Paper Scircus!
March 23 – 25
March 30 – April 1, 2012
Zillicoa Street, Asheville NC
This year we will be donating to 5 local non – profits & Odyssey School!
Come and support these great organizations!
March 23 – Accountability Crew
March 24 – Sassafras Health Collective
March 25 – The Women’s Congress
March 30 – Vanishing Wheelchair
March 31 – The Flood Gallery
April 1 – Odyssey School
The Annual Community Show consists of 35-50 performers, musicians, tech and backstage folks! All volunteers and all original acts! We strive to create a community based show that is family friendly and full of entertainment such as slapstick, diabolo, trapeze & aerial silks, belly dance,
juggling, acrobatics, magic, live music and more!
This show is not for profit but to raise money for local non profit groups such as The Bike Recyclery, Prison Books, Open Umbrella Collective and The Free Range Kids Collective. Each year we vote on different non-profits to donate to. Some money supports artists to present workshops and skillshares FREE to members of the community. The rest of the money goes right back
into the next year’s show! Come and join us!
Doors will open to the public at 6:30, show at 7 for Fri Sat, and 1:30, show at 2 PM on Sundays.
$10 suggested donation.
Contact – email@example.com
(4) Dr. Seuss Birthday Party/Children’s Book Exchange!
Tuesday March 6th on Merrimon
Ashley and I love Dr. Seuss. And what better way to celebrate that fact, and his Birfday, than to have a party/Give a book, take a book event?! Here’s what we have planned…
From 11am to 10pm at The Hop on Merrimon, bring any children’s books (written by Dr. Seuss or otherwise) you may be looking to pass on, add them to the collection and feel free to take any books from that collection home with you. At the end of the day, all left over books will be donated to HelpMate, a local domestic violence organization.
ALSO, From 6:30-7:30 you can enjoy the amazing Seuss-themed storytelling by Amelie Delaunay of Enchanted Stories for Free!
(Dr. Seuss costumes are encouraged, though not required 🙂
(5) Asheville Women’s Roundtable Event
Presented by Asheville SCORE
Who: Any Woman Business Owner/Operator who’s interested in having a roundtable discussion on a regular basis with other women to define ideas, discuss opportunities and brainstorm solutions to everyday business issues.
“Tech Tools – What your business can do to utilize free tech tools
that are available to everyone!”
Where: Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College
Room# 2046 of the Small Business Center/Business Incubator
1465 Sand Hill Road, Suite 1060
Candler, NC 28715
Mari Cochran – Facilitator
When: Thursday, March 22nd, 8:00-9:30am
Why: To develop business relationships that offer sound advice and ideas!
Please RSVP to Ashevilleroundtables@yahoo.com to reserve your spot. Space is limited to the first 20 to register. Hope to see you there!
(6) Happy Hour Jack Of the Woods every Friday in March 4:30- 6:30. Old School Blues at its Best . . . Chuck Beattie Band!
(7) A DREAM OF CAMELOT, a musical by Richard Shulman and directed by Rock Eblen, returns to the Masonic Temple from March 29-April 1. For more information, please click: