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Greene Lamp Head Start Now Accepting Pre-Kindergarten Applications For 2014-2015 School Year

8:00am – 4:00pm

309 Summit Ave and 1001 E. Highland Ave in Kinston Snow Hill office located at 110 S. E. First St.
Greene Lamp Head Start is now accepting Pre-Kindergarten applications for the 2014-2015 school year for children in Lenoir and Greene Counties. The child must be three or four years of age by August 31, 2014. Transportation is available to children enrolled in the program based on need and availability.

Our office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00am – 4:00pm.
To complete the application, the following items are required:
-Proof of child’s birth (i.e. Birth Certificate)
-Proof of Income for 2013 (i.e. tax return, W-2 form, TANF, SSI, child Support).
Any questions, please call the Family Engagement and Community Partnership staff in Kinston at (252) 527-5252 or Snow Hill at (252) 747-8146.

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North Carolina's Crystal Coast - Weekly Calendar Of Events

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Crystal Coast
Feb 21: American Red Cross Blood Drive- Carteret County Chapter of the American Red Cross is holding a blood drive at Emerald Isle Parks and Recreation Community Center from 2-7pm, 7500 Emerald Drive. Please give!

Feb 21: International Film Series- The Carteret Community College Foundation’s International Film Series are held at Joslyn Hall in the McGee Building at Carteret Community College in Morehead City. Live music at 6:45 p.m. Film begins at 8 p.m. Suggested donation is $5 per person. Enjoy pastries of the culture of each film. Call Tiffany Taylor at 222-6056 or visit www.carteret.edu/foundation. Upcoming film is :“A Hijacking” (Denmark – Rated R)

Feb 21: “Lunch with a Dash of History”- Location: The History Place, 1008 Arendell Street, Morehead City. Lunchtime Lecture: Love Stories of Carteret County presented by Rodney Kemp, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Playing on a Valentine’s Day theme, Rodney will reach into his bag of tricks and bring out the most poetic, tragic and interesting stories he has collected over a lifetime. Reservations/Admission: lunch - $15 / $12 for members; lecture only - $8 / $5 for members. 252-247-7533

Feb 22: Free Fly Casting Clinic– with Cape Lookout Fly Fishers– 10 am—1 pm at the Morehead City Parks & Recreation Department (1600 Fisher Street). Clinic is for all levels of fly fishing enthusiasts. There will be several professional fly fishing guides and instructors available for pointers.

Feb 22: American Music Festival Concert- “An American in Paris” featuring pianist Barbara McKenzie and Parisian flutist Nicolas DuChamp performing music of Franck, Debussy and Copland. Location: The History Place Museum (1008 Arendell Street, Morehead City). Time: 8 pm. For information on performances and tickets, www.americanmusicfestival.org or 252-728-6152.

For all programs and events offered at our major attractions, please visit individual websites:

North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores: www.ncaquariums.com (252-247-4003)
North Carolina Maritime Museum: www.ncmaritimemuseum.org (252-728-7317)
Beaufort Historic Site: www.beauforthistoricsite.org (252-728-5225)
Fort Macon State Park: http://ncparks.gov/Visit/parks/foma/main.php (252-726-3775)
The History Place: www.thehistoryplace.org (252-247-7533)
Core Sound Waterfowl Museum: www.coresound.com (252-728-1500)
Cape Lookout National Seashore: www.nps.gov/calo (252-728-2250)
Elizabeth Barrow
Director of Local Public Relations
Crystal Coast Tourism Authority
3409 Arendell Street
Morehead City, NC 28557
252-726-8148 X 109
www.crystalcoastnc.org

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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (ABRIDGED)

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The Wayne County Museum, 116 N. William Street, Downtown Goldsboro
**The content of the show should be considered "PG-13;" however, a "RE-Abridged, PG-ish" version will be performed for the Sunday afternoon show. Please keep this in mind when purchasing your tickets.

The cultural touchstone that is The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (ABRIDGED) was born when three inspired, charismatic comics, having honed their pass-the-hat act at Renaissance fairs, premiered their preposterous masterwork at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 1987. It quickly became a worldwide phenomenon, earning the title of London's second-longest-running comedy after a decade at the Criterion Theatre. Shakespeare (ABRIDGED) is one of the world's most frequently produced plays, and has been translated into dozens languages.

Featured are all 37 of Shakespeare's plays, meant to be performed in 97 minutes, by three actors. Fast paced, witty, and physical, it's full of laughter for Shakespeare lovers and haters alike.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Reduced Shakespeare Company's classic farce, two of its original writer/performers (Daniel Singer and Jess Winfield) have thoroughly revised the show to bring it up to date for 21st-century audiences, incorporating some of the funniest material from the numerous amateur and professional productions that have been performed around the world.

"...Shakespeare (ABRIDGED) embodies one of comedy's most essential impulses: the adolescent urge to take a baseball bat to the culturally revered. A mix of pratfalls, puns, willful mis-readings of names and dialogue, clunky female impersonations, clean-cut ribaldry, and broad burlesque. The gung-ho vitality is impossible to resist. The conversion of the histories into a football game is very funny. So is a rap version of OTHELLO. HAMLET truly soars and allows the actors to come into their own as manic clowns. At its giddiest, its tone recalls the fabled Bullwinkle cartoon shows."
Ben Brantley, The New York Times

"This irreverent deconstruction of Shakepeare's work makes a dilly of poor Willy. A fantasia of zany energy that throws together Monty Python-ish drag and Mel Brook-ish anything-for-a-laugh gags."
Michael Musto, New York Daily News

"Fresh, energetic and funny. A wild and silly frolic."
Pia Lindstrom, WNBC-TV
Tickets are on sale NOW!
Visit www.CSTheatre.org or call (919) 583-8432 for ticket information.

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Outer Banks Forum for the Lively Arts Announces 2013-2014 Seson

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First Flight High School in Kill Devil Hills
Outer Banks Forum for the Lively Arts
Announces 2013-2014 Season

The board of directors of the Outer Banks Forum is pleased to announce its 2013-14 performing arts series. Season ticket orders are now being accepted from new subscribers. All seats are reserved with season tickets priced at $110 for seven performances. All programs will be held at the First Flight High School in Kill Devil Hills.


“The upcoming performances feature an array of top notch performers, from the premiere dance organization, to a modern day Renaissance Man known for his unique voice and irresistible appeal, to ‘the world’s best’ award-winning male vocal ensemble, to a trio of acclaimed musicians ‘destined for great things,’ to a sizzling jazz trio of stellar musicians, to a world-class fiddler and violinist to classical music,” said Cooke. “In addition, we are excited to offer, for the first time, a classic holiday favorite, It’s A Wonderful Life. “So, to make sure you see all of these stunning performances, sign up now!”

The regular Outer Banks Forum performing arts series will focus on an array of outstanding musical and comedy programs including:
· The Richmond Ballet–- Sat., Sept. 7, 2013, 7:00 p.m.
Experience a high powered evening with the acclaimed Richmond Ballet, composed of dancers from around the world. Its performance repertoire includes works of enduring value – the classic ballets of the past, significant works of our time, and new works that reflect a variety of modern influences. Critics hail it “a jewel among U.S. dance companies … highly recommended.”
· Ronan Tynan–- Sat., Oct. 5, 2013, 7:30 p.m.
Come be captivated by Rona Tynan, a modern day Renaissance Man, known for his unique voice and irresistible appeal. Introduced to inter-national audiences as one of the Irish Tenors, he is a man of incredible accomplishments - from classical singer to opera star to recording star to top motivational speaker to author - having performed for dignitaries worldwide. Bask in the beauty of his music and roll with laugher at his humor.


· Chanticleer - Sat., Nov. 2, 2013, 7:30 p.m.
Relish the incredible sounds of the multiple Grammy Award-winning all-male vocal ensemble comprised of 12 singers hailing from across the U.S. Their repertoire spans 10 centuries from Gregorian chant, Renaissance polyphony and Romantic art song to contemporary music, jazz, spirituals and world music. Performing around the world, critics say: “They are, to put it directly, one of the world’s best.”
· Horszowski Trio - Sat., Jan. 25, 2014, 7:30 p.m.
Be mesmerized by this trio, hailed by the The New Yorker as “destined for great things.” Formed in 2011, it is composed of Jesse Mills, two-time Grammy-nominated violinist, Raman Ramakrishnan, founding cellist of the prize-winning Daedalus Quartet, and pianist Rieko Aizawa, last pupil of legendary pianist, Mieczysław Horszowski. The Trio presents repertoire spanning the traditional and the contemporary.
· John Brown Trio - Sat., February 22, 2014, 7:30 p.m.
Savor the sizzling sounds of the John Brown Trio as they provide an unforgettable evening of jazz. With Brown on bass, Cyrus Chestnut on piano and Adonis Rose on drums and percussion, this stellar group of super-musicians will play a wide range of jazz. “This is the true definition of a powerful trio.” – JazzTimes
· Jeremy Kittel- Sat., March 22, 2014, 7:30 p.m.
Delight in an evening with Jeremy Kittel, one of the foremost among a new breed of fiddlers and violinists who easily navigate a multitude of musical styles and traditions, while cultivating new ground and redefining the instrument’s role. He recently performed as a world-class jazz improviser in the Grammy-winning Turtle Island Quartet and taught internationally as one of the world’s leading Scots-Irish fiddlers.
· The Virginia Symphony - Thurs., May 22, 2014, 7:30 p.m.
Listen to the spectacular music of The Virginia Symphony, conducted by a nationally acclaimed conductor. Recognized as one of the nation’s leading regional symphony orchestras, this exceptional program will highlight classical music.
The Forum will also offer a special Christmas show:
· It’s A Wonderful Life - Sun., Dec. 8, 2013, 2:30 p.m.
Almost everyone knows the story of the classic holiday favorite It’s A Wonderful Life. Experience the nostalgia of the days before TV when skilled actors created the images in the minds of the listeners. This 1940’s “live broadcast” of Frank Capra’s beloved film takes us back to the Golden Age of Radio. The WVL studio’s “On Air” sign lights up and the heartwarming holiday treasure comes to life through the bygone radio formula of a few hardworking actors, live sound effects – and a listener’s imagination.
Renewing subscribers can receive their current seats for the 2013-2014 season until June 1. New subscribers are invited to apply for tickets, and seats will be assigned in the order of receipt of the tickets request. Just contact the Forum at outerbanksforum@gmail.com or call Kim Price at 757-613-6426. Season tickets for seven shows are $110 a person and a ticket for the holiday show is $15 a person available to the general public.
The Outer Banks Forum for the Performing Arts is a non-profit organization that brings an annual series of seven outstanding diverse concerts to the area and provides opportunities for youth to participate in the arts. All of the performances are partially underwritten by community businesses. ##
For a ticket application, please send an email to outerbanksforum@gmail.com or phone Kim Prince, membership director, at 757-6426.


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