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  • 79 Cascade Street Mars Hill, North Carolina 28754
    23 January 2019
    Type: Gallery Event
    Reception for the artist on January 23 from 6 to 8 pm in the Weizenblatt Gallery on the campus of MHU
  • 147 Bailey Street Mars Hill, North Carolina 28754
    24 January 2019
    Type: Lectures
    Appalachian Evenings presents "After Coal" screening and book talk with director and author Tom Hansell.
  • 121 Cascade Street Mars Hill, North Carolina 28754
    24 January 2019
    Type: Lectures
    The public is invited to a free talk by Dominic Lesnar of the Asheville Astronomy Club on the topic of eclipses. Be sure to watch the full lunar eclipse on the night of January 20. Come to Pittman Dining Hall on the MHU campus.
  • 265 Cascade Street Mars Hill, North Carolina 28754
    24 January 2019
    Type: Live Music
    Thursday, January 24 at 7:30 pm: Faculty Recital with Alan & Misty Theisen at Broyhill Chapel on the Mars Hill University campus. FREE and open to the public.
  • 338 Cascade Street Mars Hill, North Carolina 28754
    27 January 2019
    Type: Live Music
    The Madison County Arts Council presents The Kruger Brothers in Concert Sunday, January 27, 4:00 pm $30 at Broyhill Chapel on the campus of Mars Hill University www.madisoncountyarts.com (828) 649-1301
  • 147 Bailey Street Mars Hill, North Carolina 28754
    28 January 2019
    Type: Lectures
    A Dark Road is a Hard Road to Travel: The Lives and Careers of G.B. Grayson and Henry Whitter with author Josh Beckworth.
  • 25 Library Street Mars Hill, North Carolina 28754
    31 January 2019
    Type: Lectures
    A FREE community talk at the Mars Hill Library. Local author Terry Roberts will be speaking about his new novel, "The Holy Ghost, Speakeasy and Revival.
  • 147 Bailey Street Mars Hill, North Carolina 28754
    11 February 2019
    Type: Lectures
    Growing and Eating Heirloom Tomatoes We all love tomatoes! Explore the growing and culture of heirloom tomatoes and the incredible diversity of varieties available to the home gardener – with a special emphasis on tomatoes...
  • 147 Bailey Street Mars Hill, North Carolina 28754
    21 February 2019
    Type: Lectures
    The Snowbird Day School evolved from Quaker-led initiatives in the late 19th century to educate young Cherokee Indians living in Tuti yi, a Native community in Western North Carolina.

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