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Camille A. Brown & Dancers Pre-performance Discussion with DeWayne Barton
February 17 @ 7:00 pm - 7:40 pm EST
Pre-performance discussion with poet, artist and community activist DeWayne Barton: “Using Art to Engage Communities” from 7:00 p.m. to 7:40 p.m. at The Block on Biltmore, prior to the 8:00 p.m. Camille A. Brown performance on the evenings of February 16 and 17. A native of Asheville, Barton is the founder and CEO of Hood Huggers International, an organization that builds community pillars in ‘Affrilachia.’ The Block is located at 39 S. Market St., at the corner of Eagle and Market, just steps from the Rhino Courtyard entrance to the Diana Wortham Theatre. Pre-show discussions are free to ticket holders.
THE BLOCK off biltmore has a great menu of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. We’ve got your favorite cocktails and mocktails, plus a great variety of vegan beers, wine, and spirits…..many of which are eco-friendly (i.e. distilled in solar and wind-powered distilleries). We also have buchi, locally crafted Kombucha tea, and Unity Vibration Kombucha beer on tap. Ask nightly about drink specials!
Also – did you know that every drink you purchase at THE BLOCK off biltmore helps to support the YMI Cultural Center? Ask us how when you come in.
And remember there is FREE parking a block away after 5 pm during the week (all day Sat & Sun) at the municipal lot located at Spruce and Marjorie beside the police station.
THE BLOCK off biltmore….. where your drink makes a difference!
***Now collecting winter items for WNC 4 Peace – Items needed include winter coats, hats, gloves, blankets, sleeping bags, boots, shoes, and socks. Personal care items such as body/hand lotion, chapstick, sunglasses, and sewing kits are also needed.