Flow announces a new exhibit "Wild Awake: a collection of small spells"
Friday December 14 to January 12: Flow Gallery announces a new exhibit "Wild Awake: a collection of small spells". Opening reception is Dec 14th, 5:30 to 7:30. Flow is located at 14 South Main Street, in Historic downtown Marshall. 828-649-1686 www.flowmarshall.com
Open Mic Nights at Zuma and Stackhouse
Weeknights: Open Mic Nights–Mondays at Stackhouse and Wednesday at Zuma. Contact locations for information.
Wednesdays from 6:30 to 9 pm at Zuma's
Wednesdays from 6:30 to 9:00 pm at Zuma. Open Mic with hosts Linda Jarvis and Jerry Burns.
Thursdays at 7 pm at Zumas
Thursdays at 7 pm at Zuma, 7 N. Main St, downtown Marshall: FREE music with “Blue Grass Jam” featuring Bobby Hicks and friends 649-1617
Thursdays from 8 to 10 pm at Stackhouse
Thursdays from 8 to 10 pm: Andy Buckner Live Music at Stackhouse Restaurant, 37 S. Main Street, Mars Hill. 680-1213
Fridays at 6:30 pm at the Depot
Fridays at 6:30 pm at The Depot, 282 S. Main St, downtown Marshall: FREE traditional music and dancing. 649-2332 (all year except for first Friday in December)
Every other Saturday at 7:30 - Rodeo
Every other Saturday at 7:30: Rodeo at the Madison County Fairgrounds. $10 for tickets. As of right now, no indoor rodeo. For more information, contact 828-206-6969.
Weizenblatt Art Gallery on the Campus of MHU presents: Photography from January 16 to February 8
An upcoming exhibit will feature a now-rarely-seen type of photography: instant prints. Jan Kranyik has been working with Polaroids and Instax for more than 35 years. It will feature approximately 125 of his images, showcasing the characteristics, strenghts and limitations of the medium.
Weizenblatt Art Gallery in MHU’s Moore Fine Arts Building located at 79 Cascade Street. Opening reception to be held on Wednesday, January 23 from 6 pm to 8 pm.
On February 2 to August 31, The Rural Heritage Museum presents...A Fountain of Youth in the Southern Highlands: A History of Hot Springs, North Carolina
A Fountain of Youth in the Southern Highlands: A History of Hot Springs, NC. The exhibition explores the unique and colorful history of Hot Springs, the Madison County town which became a tourist destination in the 18th and 19th centuries as word spread about the hot, naturally carbonated water that bubbled out of the ground. Opening reception will take place from 2-4 pm on Saturday, February 2.
Open daily except Mondays from 11 am to 5 pm. Free and open to the public. 828 689-1400
80 Cascade Street, Mars Hill on the campus of MHU