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This Weeks Program


Description for Feb 28, 2015



Storytelling: Amy continues the story, told by her mother, of her early married life. This story is called “Strong Comes after.” (Music: “My Heart Will Go On” by David Bauer)

Creative Corner:  Doreyl ’s guests are once more Bruce & Carol Peterson, old-time square dancers with Shindig on the Green in Asheville.  (Music: “Smith’s Reel” by the McDowell Family)

Stories of Mountain Folk: Amy interviews Rebecca Bryson from Cullowhee Mountain, who shares family stories and memories. (Music: “Boil Them Cabbage Down” by Kort & Beth McCumber)

This is My Town:  Joe reads a story from “Tales for the Porch” by Curtis Blanton, a local mountain writer.  (Music: “Get Along Little Doggies” by the Butter pats)

Down Another Road: Judy shares some winter poems she learned to love by listening to her father read them to her as a child. (Music: “Gloomy Winters Noo Awah” by the Asheville Muses)

Closing Song:  “Little Cabin Home on the Hill” by Lonesome Sound

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