100th Anniversary Hootenanny
Our focus during this anniversary year has been to feature our residents’ talents in all forms of art. We showcased the visual arts [the Art Show in February], nature as art [the Garden Tour in June], and will now feature performance art at our final event of this 100th year. We are putting on a Hootenanny. What’s that? Per Google, a hootenanny is a longstanding country colloquialism meaning a “party,” and “a social gathering where folks singers entertain, often with the audience joining in” with dancing or even singing.
This Hootenanny will present a conglomeration, several forms of music and dance.
The headliner will be resident Trent van Blaricom’s band, Moonshine Stills and Mash. Trent, along with caller Rodney Sutton, will entertain us with a variety of music including Cajun, swing dance tunes, and songs fit for square dancing. The role of a caller is to talk us through not only square dances, but also the 2-step, swing dancing, etc. Don’t stay home if you don’t want to dance - spectators are welcome to enjoy the music as well.
Where: the Social Room in Town Hall.
When: November 3
Drinks at 6:30. Enjoy the specially-labeled Biltmore Estate wine that is dually labeled with the Town’s and the Estate’s logos, mixers & non-alcoholic options, and anything that you BYOB.
Entertainment follows at 7.
Dress code: Very casual clothes and shoes that are easy to dance in.