Celebrate Zelda! schedule

Friday, March 9
• Up For Discussion: The Forgotten Lives of Zelda Fitzgerald, Asheville Art Museum On the Slope, 175 Biltmore Ave. 12 p.m. Free
• We Sing of Peace: Exploring Emotional Stability, Health, and Wellness through Song with Asher Leigh at Base Camp, 56 Ravenscroft Drive. 6-7:30 p.m. Free

Saturday, March 10
• Zelda’s Flowers: Painting and Drawing Workshop with co-instructors Pamela Lanza and Glenn Hirsch at the Asheville Art Museum On the Slope, 175 Biltmore Ave. 10:30 a.m.-3p.m. $75 museum members/$85 nonmembers.
• Art opening at Trackside Studios, 375 Depot St. 11a.m.-5p.m. Free
• Zelda’s Cocktail Party: A Roaring ’20s Evening at The Pillar Rooftop Bar, 309 College St. 7-10 p.m. Free

Sunday, March 11
• “The Legend of Zelda” gaming raffle at Orbit DVD, 781 Haywood Road. 3 p.m. Free

Tuesday, March 13
• Discussion Bound book group: Villa America by Liza Kauffmann at Malaprop’s, 55 Haywood St. Noon. Free

Thursday, March 15
• Highland Hospital: Practices, Treatment and Mental Health, discussion hosted by Dr. Daniel Johnson at the Lord Auditorium in the Pack Memorial Library, 67 Haywood St. 6-7:30 p.m. Free

Friday, March 16
• Zelda Fitzgerald’s Jazz Age Literary Karaoke with readings by Tom Downing, Michael Crosa and Allison Stinson at Malaprop’s. 6 p.m. Free
• Monika Gross of At-A-Site Theater will be offering one-on-one readings of Zelda Fitzgerald’s writings at Malaprop’s. 7-8:30 p.m. Free

This year’s Celebrate Zelda! activities are sponsored by a grant from the Asheville Area Arts Council. Donations are welcome. Information at
aurorastudio-gallery.com

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