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What to Do – April 2014

Tuesday, April 1 April Fools’ Day Concert Free concert featuring Western Carolina University School of Music faculty members and students. 7:30 p.m. in the recital hall of the Coulter Building. For more details call (828) 227-7242. April 1, 8, 15 & 22 Field Shoot Workshop Tuesdays, 8 a.m. to noon. Photograph spring wildflowers, waterfalls, and  Continue Reading »

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John Mac Kah Studio: April – June 2014

Landscape Oil Painting Workshops Color & Atmosphere in Oils: Special Effects April 24-26 Start the landscape season with new ways to add atmosphere to your paintings to portray subtle natural phenomena: fog, mist, reflections, rain, shadows, and snow, using a tonalist approach to oils. We will start from my studio, then venture on location in  Continue Reading »

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Great Tree Zen Temple: April – May 2014

Meditation Retreats, Mindfulness Workshops Great Tree is a residential women’s zen retreat center in the Soto Zen tradition. The center is located in Alexander, NC and offers meditation programs and practice for everyone. Check their website for Dharma teachings, zazen instruction, family meditation, youth and childrens’ programs and opportunities for community service. Zen Meditation Sesshins  Continue Reading »

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The Writers’ Workshop – April 2014

These classes, for any level writer, meet at 387 Beaucatcher Road and include a lunch break. Registration is in advance only, by mail or online at www.twwoa.org. Writing Historical Fiction with Anne Barnhill Saturday, April 19 from 10-4 p.m. $75/$70 members The class will learn vital aspects of writing historical fiction, including how to make  Continue Reading »

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