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Press release courtesy of Geoff Cantrell, Public Communications Specialist.

CULLOWHEE – A popular component of Western Carolina University’s annual Mountain Heritage Day are the judged and juried contests, and other competitions. At the 43rd annual event held Saturday, Sept. 30, nearly 300 people entered various events with dozens taking home ribbons or trophies. Results are listed below.

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Thursday, Oct. 12
• Guest artist Alex Sellers will present a recital of works for an unaccompanied saxophone. Concert begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Coulter Recital Hall and is free and open to the public.
• Every Thursday night is jazz night at Innovation Brewery. Tyler Kittle and Michael Collings are some of the most talented jazz musicians around and we are lucky enough to have them right here in Sylva. Come experience the Kittle/Collings duo every Thursday from 8-11 p.m. Visit www.innovation-brewing.com for more information.

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Press release courtesy of
Allison Sebestin
DM Public Relations
Coordinator

Western Carolina University’s Dance Marathon will be held on Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the University Center’s grand room. Students will gather to dance for 12 hours to fundraise for local Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) Hospital in Greenville, S.C.

The event will include not only dancing, but a wide variety of activities with a chance to meet
miracle families from our local CMN hospital.

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The history of Sylva is rich with many cultures and stories. Witches, Cherokee monsters and larger-than-life legends have all come together in the small town named after a wanderer and culminated in a two-hour walking tour through Sylva. “Where Shadows Walk, Historic Ghost Tours” takes place in the immediate area surrounding the Jackson County Public Library. Tours will walk through a portion of residences, down to the First Citizens Bank, across the Great Smoky Mountain Expressway and out to Bridge Park before returning to the library.

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