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Get ready for some FANTASTIC and FUN music — Scythian is at the Paramount!

October 15, 2013
Scythian is going to be back in Bristol on Friday, October 18 at 7:30pm at the Paramount Center for the Arts — so get fired up and ready for a high-energy, full-of-dance show!

Rousing and raucous, Scythian (sith-ee-yin) plays kicked-up Celtic and world music with hints of Gypsy and Klezmer, all infused with a touch of punk-rock sensibility. Take a trio of classically trained dueling fiddlers, toss in a rhythm guitar, a banjo and the occasional funky accordion, then power it with the driving rhythm of a world percussionist, and you've got the ingredients for a show you won't soon forget. Scythian's high-energy, adrenaline-peddling, interactive brand of music is the result of their origins as street performers and has one goal in mind — to get people up on their feet and dancing. Their repertoire ranges from traditional and contemporary Celtic and folk music to the alluring and dramatic strains of Gypsy and Eastern European tunes, and then crosses back over the border to pick up some good old-fashioned bluegrass licks. Scythian includes Josef Crosby (Fiddle/Bass), Alexander (Fiddle/Mandolin) & Danylo Fedoryka (accordion/guitar), Ben-David Warner (Fiddle/Banjo), and Tim Hepburn (Percussion).

This concert is for all ages — $15 Advance Tickets and $20 on the day of the show. For tickets, contact the Paramount on 423-274-8920 or go to www.etix.com.

Pasha Café & Lounge, LLC — Winner Announced for the Downtown Bristol Entrepreneur's Prize Competition


Ben Collins and Joyce Brown
October 16, 2013
Last fall, Believe in Bristol introduced the IdeaSpace to downtown businesses, visitors, and partners. Now, in an effort to continue to grow and cultivate entrepreneurs in the historic district, the organization has awarded a prize package worth well over $5,000. This pilot grant project, called the Downtown Bristol Entrepreneur’s Prize, is designed to provide $5,000 in reimbursement grant funds for a qualifying new and expanding downtown business to help ensure their long-term success.

The competition started in August and required contestants to submit a one-page document outlining how their business would reflect the character and personality of Historic Downtown Bristol, how it would fill a needed niche in our downtown community, and its potential for success. Entries were narrowed to a final five who then submitted business plans and presented to an 8-person panel of judges.

The initial funding was provided by Virginia Main Street through a competitive grant process. However, Believe in Bristol’s Economic Restructuring committee added several other benefits to entice new entrepreneurs, including ad space in the Bristol Herald Courier; a strategic planning session with The Summit Companies; financial advice from Robert Hollo of Edward Jones Financial Investments; startup accounting assistance from Brown Edwards & Company; Entrepreneur Business Coaching session with David Hite, Professor of Business and Entrepreneurship Studies at Virginia Intermont College; 3-months free internet provided by BVU or BTES; free Bristol Chamber of Commerce Ribbon cutting with paid membership fee; Digital Strategy Consulting by Camellia Digital; and a $150 Visa Gift Card from First Tennessee Bank.

Congratulations to Pasha Café & Lounge, LLC, winner of the Downtown Bristol Entrepreneur's Prize! Joyce Brown, owner of Pasha Café & Lounge said,“Winning the competition is an honor. I have been working towards my dream for so long on my own and it is wonderful to see others believing in my dream too.”

“The participation in the Prize competition and the support from local businesses and partners proves our community can rally behind homegrown economic development,” stated Ben Collins, Chair of Believe in Bristol’s Economic Restructuring Committee.

A special thank you to our Sponsors for 2013: Alpha Natural Resources, Bristol Chamber of Commerce, Bristol Herald Courier, Brown Edwards & Company, BVU/BTES, Camellia Digital, City of Bristol, TN, City of Bristol, VA, David Hite-Virginia Intermont College, First Tennessee Bank, Robert Hollo – Edward Jones Financial Investments, The Summit Companies, The Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, Virginia Main Street Program

Believe in Bristol's Masquerade Progressive Loft Dinner — a new fun event in downtown Bristol!


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October 15, 2013
On Thursday, October 24 at 6pm or 7:30pm, you can enjoy a night of masquerade festivities, including 4-course progressive dinner in 4 "lofty" locations and entertainment! The four courses served will be a toast on Benjamin Walls' rooftop deck (Benjamin Walls Gallery in the event of rain), soup at a local loft, entree at KP's catering location on Bank Street, and dessert at a local loft. Share an evening out with friends where you can get dressed up, wear a masquerade mask, experience fantastic food and wine in an interesting location, and hear ghostly tales. Cost is $75 per person, and includes one loft tour ticket for our 9th Annual From The Top Down Loft Tour on Saturday, October 26. Tickets can be purchased from Believe in Bristol at 276-644-9700 or info@believeinbristol.org — call now to reserve your preferred seating time!

BCM Reveals the Symbolism Behind the Sign

October 15, 2013
Birthplace of Country Music's press conference on Friday, October 11 revealed more than the newly fastened sign at the entrance of Birthplace of Country Music® Museum. BCM representatives also exposed the special meaning residing within the structure. It was impossible to hide the rather large, aluminum sign being hoisted to the second story of the museum this past week. In fact, passersby and shutterbugs were quick to notice the impressive piece almost as soon as it went up.

“The sign carries with it both historic and contemporary relevance. The piece integrates not only the museum’s name and a beautiful music staff, but also the details of the font and music notes have special meaning to tie into our history,” says Birthplace of Country Music® Museum Director/Curator Dr. Jessica Turner.

Turner began the press conference by first acknowledging members of the museum’s design team, architect Peyton Boyd of Abingdon, VA and Joe Nicholson of Philadelphia’s studioMUSarx. Voted best architect in Southwest Virginia by readers of Virginia Living Magazine, Boyd is a renowned historic preservationist known for integrating sustainability practices into his designs. Joe Nicholson is a well-respected museum architect and exhibit designer who lists the new Liberty Bell Center Exhibit in Philadelphia and the National Civil War Museum Galleries and Exhibits as projects.

The 66’ x 3’ sign went through many changes before deciding on a final draft but was purposefully designed to look like a music staff. The font style chosen for the lettering is Century Schoolbook, a classic style that’s been in existence for at least 100 years and similar to the fonts that appear on the Victor record labels. The sign will soon feature LED lighting effects to contrast the black lettering extending in front of a music staff and notes.

Turner says the museum building project is “on schedule and on budget. Museum doors will open in August of 2014 with a series of Grand Opening events.”

As for the museum’s interior, exhibit fabrications and work on climate-controlled casing for artifacts is currently being built. A pre-qualified bidding process ensured both quality and fiscal responsibility; two fabrication contracts were awarded to companies on both sides of the state line, Tennessee and Virginia.

1220 Exhibits, Inc. in Nashville, TN will bring to life the museum’s exhibits. Examples of their work can be seen in the Country Music Hall of Fame’s current Bakersfield Sound: Buck Owens, Merle Haggard, and California Country.

EXPLUS, INC. in Dulles, VA is hard at work designing cases that will house artifacts. For 30 years the company has been an industry leader in providing comprehensive fabrication services exclusively for museums. Their work is on display in such museums as The Real George Washington: Mountain Vernon, National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial, and Hershey Story: The Museum on Chocolate Avenue.

“For as long as music has existed, audiences have sought interpretation in its meaning,” says Turner. “Enthusiasts have gone to extremes to find hidden messages in song lyrics, sometimes playing albums backwards, in order to connect more with the music. For those people, there is a message in the museum sign."

Turner elaborated that the symbolism hidden inside the music staff are actual notes taken from a song, an unexpected tune penned by local singer/songwriter Clay Prewitt. The notes are adapted from the chorus of the song, “Stateline”, about the cities of Bristol and the music created during the Bristol Sessions. The notes behind the lyric, “Let the music play,” were fabricated into the signage on more than a whim.

“The song is both timeless and contemporary, and embodies the spirit of the Birthplace of Country Music® Museum,” said Turner.

Fans of BCM’s Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion event no doubt know the song as part of a viral video campaign on the music festival’s YouTube channel home page at www.YouTube.com/BristolRhythmmktg.

Prewitt and his These Undowners played their last song as a music group at Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion 2013 back in September. However, their song will live on for decades to come as part of the Birthplace of Country Music® Museum. These Undowners is credited as a Friend of 1927 after fans contributed during a fundraising concert for the band in 2012.

“I was born in Southwest Virginia, where my granddad was the best story and joke teller in town,” says Prewitt. “Because of him, I got interested in George Jones, Johnny Cash, and bluegrass at a very young age. So naturally, my interest in writing songs and playing music came about as a combination of storytelling and classic country music.”

As a musician, Prewitt has played as a solo act, as well as part of the Alvaredo Jones Bluegrass Band and, more recently, These Undowners. He has performed at Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion for nine consecutive years. Winner of the Gathering in the Gap Songwriting Competition in 2011, the artist just took home first prize in the Paramount Songwriting Competition in Nashville.

“Being part of the Birthplace of Country Music® is the biggest honor I could have ever imagined,” stated Prewitt. “I’m proud to be part of a wonderful city like Bristol.”

The press conference closed with Prewitt, guitar in hand, playing “Stateline” for the crowd. After all, in Bristol, it’s all about the music.

Birthplace of Country Music and ETSU present the Johnson City Sessions Weekend!

October 15, 2013
East Tennesee State University and Birthplace of Country Music ® present Johnson City Sessions Weekend, October 17-20, 2013, an event-packed weekend celebrating the release of Johnson City Sessions 1928- 1929: Can you Sing or Play Old-Time Music? CD Box Set, re-mastered by Germany's Bear Family Records. The forthcoming box set marks the first time that the 1928 and 1929 Johnson City Sessions recordings have been compiled in any form.

"The release of the Johnson City Sessions has the potential to do for Johnson City what the Bristol Sessions did for us," states Birthplace of Country Music® Executive Director Leah Ross. "It is our sincerest hope that Johnson City Sessions Weekend will showcase all the valuable programming ETSU has to offer."

"Many folks recognize Ralph Peer's work with the Bristol Sessions as the 'Big Bang' of country music, " says Ross, "the continuation of that work by Frank B. Walker in Johnson City is just as significant to our Appalachian music heritage."

The Johnson City Sessions, conducted by Columbia Records producer Frank B. Walker in October 1928 and October 1929 in Johnson City, Tennessee, are generally viewed as the second-most important field recording sessions ever conducted in Appalachia (the most influential being the Bristol Sessions of July-August 1927).

Johnson City Sessions Weekend Calendar of Events is as follows:

Thursday, October 17, 4:30pm
Johnson City Sessions Box Set Reception/Presentation — FREE EVENT
Carroll Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University
Johnson City Sessions Box Set Co-Producer Tony Russell
Live Music by Roane County Ramblers

Saturday, October 19, 7:00pm
Johnson City Sessions Box Set Release Party — TICKETS $20
The Down Home, 300 W. Main Street, Johnson City, TN
With family members of Johnson City Sessions musicians 1920s-era Appalachian music by Hello Stranger featuring Dale Jett, The Corklickers, The ETSU Blues Band, The ETSU Old-Time Pride Band, and the Bowman Family Band
Tickets available online only at
www.BirthplaceofCountryMusic.org. Call 423-573-1927 for more information.

Sunday, October 20, 5:00pm
Boots, Blues, and BBQ VIP Gala Event and Mountain Stage
Gala location: Venue at the King Centre, 300 E. Main St.
Food and cocktails included in ticket price.
Preferred seating Mountain Stage tickets will be distributed to VIPs at Gala Event.
(*Note: Tickets to the Gala were only sold through Oct. 11. For more information, call 423-439-8587)

Sunday, October 20, 7:00pm
Mountain Stage with Larry Groce — TICKETS $30 In Advance, $35 at the Door, $25 for Students, Martha Street Culp Auditorium at DP Culp University Center
East Tennessee State University
Performers:
Darrell Scott & Tim O'Brien, Sarah Jarosz, Old Man Luedecke, The Deadly Gentlemen, and ETSU Old-Time Pride Band
Mountain Stage tickets sold online at http://www.etsu.edu/martin
(*Note: Group rates to Mountain Stage are available for parties of 10 or more. Group rates apply to advance sales only, not available at the door. Groups cannot be guaranteed they will be seated together. To book a group, call 423-439-8587.)

For more information call ETSU at 423-439-8587 or Birthplace of Country Music® 423-573-1927. For a complete list of Johnson City Weekend Events visit http://www.BirthplaceofCountryMusic.org

Downtown Bristol Blog

blowfish emporium's Tuesday Night Painting Party — Red Robin

October 22, 2013
Come out to blowfish emporium's Tuesday Night Painting pARTy on Tuesday, October 22, 6 – 8:30PM! Cost is $32 per person. This event is open to whomever signs up... join us for a fun night and bring a friend or 2! We provide it all, just show up and get ready to have some fun. You may BYOB (supply your own drinking/eating materials). MUST PREREGISTER . Event may be cancelled due to no sign ups. For more information, contact blowfish emporium on 276-644-1428.

Artist reception for Pat Brussard at 606 State Street Gallery

October 19, 2013
On Saturday, October 19, 2013 from 2-4pm, Pat Bussard, writer and photographer, will host an artist reception at 606 State Street Gallery in Bristol, TN. Light refreshments will be provided during this exclusive event, allowing you to view the work of this talented artist. During the month of October, Pat's work will remain in the gallery on our Featured Artist display, located at the front entrance. If you can't make it to the reception, make sure to stop by and view her work before the month is over! For more information, contact 606 State Street Gallery on 423-573-2438.

Cancer Outreach Foundation's 1st Annual Music for Hope Concert at the Bristol Train Station

October 19, 2013
The Cancer Outreach Foundation is pleased to announce the 1st Annual Music for Hope Concert on Saturday, October 19 at 7pm at the historic Bristol Train Station in Bristol, Virginia. Jerry Castle and If Birds Could Fly will perform in what promises to be a fun-filled night of music while we raise money to support cancer patients living among us in Southwest Virginia and Northeast Tennessee. For your $30 donation you will receive a wonderful night of music along with great food, including a Low Country Shrimp Boil, and a commemorative bottle koozie. Cash Bar will be available. Reserved Tables are available for a $500 donation and these include 8 tickets and 16 complimentary beverage tickets from the Walling Distributing Beverage Center sponsored by Falcon Pharmacy of Abingdon. $250.00 sponsorships are available for Venue, Band, and Food & Beverage. With all sponsorship you will receive all print and media recognition for this event. For ticket and sponsorship information contact Michael Warren – 276.623.7447, michael@canceroutreachfoundation.com or michaelwarren@jerrypeterssales.com. You can also contact Jeannie Garrett – 276.623.0004 – jeannie@canceroutreachfoundation.com – Jeannie can process credit cards and mail the tickets to you. Cathy Lowe (Jerry’s Mom) has tickets available if you are in the Abingdon area. Jerry Peters Sales in Bristol also serves as a ticket outlet for this event. Jerry Peter Sales is located at 1503 Lee Highway, Bristol Virginia.
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King's Radio Theatre Troupe Presents "The Hitch-Hiker and Other Chilling Tales" at Theatre Bristol

October 18, 2013
The Twin City Radio Theatre Troupe of King University’s Theatre Department will treat audiences to a trio of mystery themed dramas from the golden age of radio. “The Hitch-Hiker and Other Chilling Tales” will be held October 18-19 at 7:30 p.m. at on October 20 at 2:30 p.m. at the Theatre Bristol Artspace at 512 State Street in Bristol, TN. The evening will include three plays by Lucille Fletcher including the classic, “The Hitch-Hiker,” a radio play written for Orson Welles. Welles first performed “The Hitch-Hiker” in Nov. 1941 on CBS Radio. The play was later adapted for a 1960s episode of The Twilight Zone. Tickets to Twin City’s performances at Theatre Bristol Artspace October 18-20 are $5 general admission, $2 for area students, and free with a King University ID. For ticket information, call (423) 652-4800 or visit http://arts.king.edu.
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Meet & Greet for Constitutional Office Candidates at the Bristol Chamber of Commerce

October 17, 2013
Come out to the Bristol Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, October 17, 7-8pm, for a Meet & Greet with Constitutional Office Candidates for Bristol, VA.

Transit Passenger Appreciation Day — Free bus rides and lunch!

October 17, 2013
The City of Bristol will host a Passenger Appreciation Day, on Thursday, October 17, 2013 for all those who take part in public transportation. Anyone riding the city bus that day will ride for free. A free lunch will also be provided to transit passengers. Lunch will be served from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the Downtown Center Transportation Hub located on Shelby Street. Hotdogs and hamburgers will be offered along with drinks and cookies. Live music will be played by the Nightshift Band. “Many people think the bus is not for them. Maybe they have never even been on one. We want to encourage people to come down, take a look and ride for free. They will see that the equipment is modern, comfortable and safe,” said Bill Sorah, Interim City Manager. For more information contact Wes Ritchie at 423-989-5685 or email writchie@bristoltn.org.
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blowfish emporium's Thursday Night Painting Party — Black Cat & Moon

October 17, 2013
Come out to blowfish emporium's Thursday Night Painting pARTy on Thursday, October 17, 6 – 8:30PM! Cost is $32 per person. This event is open to whomever signs up... join us for a fun night and bring a friend or 2! We provide it all, just show up and get ready to have some fun. You may BYOB (supply your own drinking/eating materials). MUST PREREGISTER . Event may be cancelled due to no sign ups. For more information, contact blowfish emporium on 276-644-1428.

Hickey Freeman Trunk Show at Wm. King Clothiers

October 17, 2013
Wm. King Clothiers will be hosting our Hickey Freeman Trunk Show on Thursday, October 17, 9am to 7pm. Mr James Blaikie, our sales representative from Hickey Freeman, will be in our store showing our exclusive presentation of custom suits and sport coats. Since 1899, Hickey Freeman has been made in America. As one of the select number of stores in the country to carry Hickey Freeman clothing, we are proud to make this custom service available to you. Cocktails & Hors d’Ouevres will be served, and you can enjoy special pricing during our trunk show. For more information, call Wm. King Clothiers on 423-968-9383.

"Fall Bead Out Sale" at The Purple Loon — Additional 10% off on beads, findings and strands with children's clothing donation!

October 16, 2013
The Purple Loon is running a "Fall Bead Out Sale" from now to Halloween! All beads, findings and strands are 30% off. All 2 Dye 4 tank and halter tops and dresses are 40% off. All of the art work by Derick Morton is up for silent auction as well. In addition to the 30% off on beads, findings, and strands, you can get an extra 10% discount with a donation of children's clothing. Emmett Elementary in Sullivan County is the poorest school in the district. Most of the children are on the free lunch program and many are in need of both shoes and winter clothes. Because of thisThe Purple Loon has decided to do a clothing drive in the shop. The drive will not only be for Emmett, but for area schools in general. Anyone that brings a bag of gently used or new children's clothes, shoes or a winter coat into The Purple Loon will get an additional 10% off the Fall Bead Out Sale equaling a 40% discount on all beads, bead strands, findings and custom orders. While the 30% off sale last only through October, the clothing donation 10% discount will apply through out the winter. The Purple Loon is at 58 Piedmont Avenue; for more information, call them on 276-494-7927.

Get your great Pointer Brand gear for 17% off with this code!

October 16, 2013
It's time to shop for some Pointer Brand gear — and how better than with a discount code for 17% off! Use code HARVEST through October 17 and get 17% off your purchase at www.pointerbrand.com.

9th Annual From The Top Down Loft Tour — Get your tickets now!

October 16, 2013
Get your tickets now to the From The Top Down Loft Tour! On Saturday, October 26, 2013 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, Believe in Bristol will again host this annual tour of loft living downtown. This year the Loft Tour will include over fifteen completed lofts throughout Historic Downtown Bristol. Each loft has its own unique style and history – these lofts are a must see! The organization changes the lofts for viewing annually so it’s never the same tour. You can pick up tickets on October 26th starting at noon at the Believe in Bristol office located at 36 Moore Street, Bristol, VA, or call in advance and put your name on the will-call list. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 on the day of the event. Go at your own pace with the Loft Tours self-guided brochure and be sure to wear your walking shoes! For questions and ticket information, please call 276-644-9700 or visit believeinbristol.org.
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Little Italy now offering 3 kinds of pasta — every day!

October 16, 2013
From Wednesday, October 16, Little Italy will be offering 3 different kinds of pasta every day — spaghetti with meatballs, baked ziti, and ziti alfredo with or without chicken! The restaurant serves beer, but if you are more in the mood for wine, you are welcome to bring your own bottle. So come on out for a great meal at a great price! Little Italy is open Monday — Thursday, 11am — 9pm, Friday 11am — 4am, and Saturday 12pm — 4am; they are closed on Sundays. For more information, call Little Italy on 423-878-7492.

Upcoming Events

Bristol Tennessee Police accepting applications to Citizens' Police Academy

September 09 - November 11, 2013

YWCA offering women's 5K walk / run conditioning program before the Turkey Trot / Gobbler's Gait 5K

September 23 - November 14, 2013

"Fall Bead Out Sale" at The Purple Loon — Additional 10% off on beads, findings and strands with children's clothing donation!

September 30 - October 31, 2013

Karate lessons at Japan Karate Organization

October 01 - November 05, 2013

Featured Artists in October at 606 State Street Gallery: Tom Burnheimer and Pat Bussard

October 01 - 31, 2013

Get your great Pointer Brand gear for 17% off with this code!

October 11 - 17, 2013

Pottery class at One of a Kind Gallery

October 15 - 16, 2013

The Shifters at O'Mainnin's Pub

October 16, 2013

Hickey Freeman Trunk Show at Wm. King Clothiers

October 17, 2013

Mark White at O'Mainnin's Pub

October 17, 2013

blowfish emporium's Thursday Night Painting Party — Black Cat & Moon

October 17, 2013

Transit Passenger Appreciation Day — Free bus rides and lunch!

October 17, 2013

Meet & Greet for Constitutional Office Candidates at the Bristol Chamber of Commerce

October 17, 2013

King's Radio Theatre Troupe Presents "The Hitch-Hiker and Other Chilling Tales" at Theatre Bristol

October 18 - 20, 2013

JP Parsons Band at O'Mainnin's Pub

October 18, 2013

Beth Snapp at 620 State to raise money for American Cancer Society

October 18, 2013

Beer tasting at Inari Wines

October 18, 2013

Scythian Back in Bristol at the Paramount!

October 18, 2013

Artist reception for Pat Brussard at 606 State Street Gallery

October 19, 2013

Wine tasting at Inari Wines

October 19, 2013

Tattoo Bruise at O'Mainnin's

October 19, 2013

Cancer Outreach Foundation's 1st Annual Music for Hope Concert at the Bristol Train Station

October 19, 2013

Open Band Jam at O'Mainnin's Pub

October 21, 2013

606 State Street Jammers at 606 State Street Gallery

October 21, 2013

Bluegrass Kinsmen and New Covenant playing at the Pickin' Porch at the Foundation Event Facility

October 21, 2013

blowfish emporium's Tuesday Night Painting Party — Red Robin

October 22, 2013

Guido Au'some & the Open Mic Players at O'Mainnin's Pub

October 22, 2013

Super Supervisors II training at the Bristol Chamber of Commerce

October 23, 2013

blowfish emporium's Thursday Night Painting Party — Owl in Tree

October 24, 2013

Theatre Bristol Announces "A Night Of Not-So-Scary Halloween One-Acts"

October 25 - 26, 2013

Brass Transit — The Music of the Legendary Chicago at the Paramount

October 25, 2013

Beer tasting at Inari Wines

October 25, 2013

AACA car show at TriSummit Bank Parking Lot

October 25, 2013

The Zombies are Coming to October Comic Fest on 6th Street in Downtown Bristol! Plus it's time for the Zombie Prom!

October 26, 2013

Oktoberfest Saturday Nights at KP Duty!

October 26, 2013

Wine tasting at Inari Wines

October 26, 2013

Believe in Bristol's 9th Annual Downtown Loft Tour!

October 26, 2013

Todd Shy at the Bristol Public Library as part of the King University Buechner Lecture Series

October 28, 2013

Kristen Bearfield and Chasing Blue playing at the Pickin' Porch at the Foundation Event Facility

October 28, 2013

606 State Street Jammers at 606 State Street Gallery

October 28, 2013

blowfish emporium's Tuesday Night Painting Party — Halloween Cats

October 29, 2013

Machiavelli's 4-Day Halloween Event!

October 31 - November 03, 2013

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