The fall program will kick off at WCU’s Biltmore Park site with a one-day workshop Thursday, Sept. 12.
Musical selections will be presented that were favorites as the annual holiday fundraisers were presented on campus from 1970 until 2013.
Participating in just her third pageant, sophomore Lindsey Woodward will compete for the Miss North Carolina crown in Raleigh on Saturday, June 22.
Todd Creasy, WCU associate professor of management and project management, will serve as workshop instructor.
The faculty of the Mountain Collegium Music Workshop will perform on early and folk instruments in the recital hall of the Coulter Building.
Folklorist, storyteller and musician Lee Knight is set to perform on campus Tuesday, July 2.
He was a leader in the enterprises of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, most notably as general manager of the Cherokee Boys Club for 53 years.
WCU's chief of staff has announced staff assignments related to the pending departure of the university's chief marketing officer.
The action came as part of the University of North Carolina Board of Governors meeting Wednesday, May 22, in Chapel Hill.