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Catawba College's Tuesday 515 Series Resumes

January 24, 2005
Category: Events, Music, Students
The Tuesday Music 515 Concert Series resumes for the spring semester at Catawba College on at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday, February 8, 2005 in the College’s Omwake-Dearborn Chapel.   This free performance will feature Adam Ward, organist, in a program of music by Johann Sebastian Bach, including his…
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Peterson Playwright in Town for Workshops at Catawba College

January 14, 2005
Category: Events, Students, Theatre Arts
One of the winning playwrights in Catawba College’s Theatre Arts Department’s Peterson Emerging Playwrights Competition will be in town while his play, All of the Above, is workshopped next week at the College.   Playwright Tom Sime will be on hand for the public readings of his script…
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Peterson Playwright in Town for Workshops at Catawba College

January 14, 2005
Category: Events, Students, Theatre Arts
One of the winning playwrights in Catawba College’s Theatre Arts Department’s Peterson Emerging Playwrights Competition will be in town while his play, All of the Above, is workshopped next week at the College.   Playwright Tom Sime will be on hand for the public readings of his script…
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The Almost Lost Folk Art of Spivey's Corner Hollerin'

January 5, 2005
Category: Events
Kevin Jasper remarks that “Hollerin’ in general is done all over the world, but…the Folk Art of Hollerin’ as it is practiced in Southeastern North Carolina’s Sampson County is unique to that area.”  He should know.  Jasper has competed in the National…
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The Almost Lost Folk Art of Spivey's Corner Hollerin'

January 5, 2005
Category: Events
Kevin Jasper remarks that “Hollerin’ in general is done all over the world, but…the Folk Art of Hollerin’ as it is practiced in Southeastern North Carolina’s Sampson County is unique to that area.”  He should know.  Jasper has competed in the National…
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