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You're invited to a free 100% handmade arts and crafts show in historic Shepherdstown, WV inside Town Run Tap House, featuring 17 local vendors. Shop for handmade gifts from soaps, lotion, jewelry, paintings, purses, knit items, and much more. The Tap House will have food, drink, and even a children's play area to entertain the kids while parents browse work from local artists. Door prizes! For our 3rd year, we are excited to expand this event to 2 weekends, with different amazing artists at each one: Saturday, Nov. 24th (Small Business Saturday) and Saturday, Dec. 15th! 10am to 4pm Current vendors include: (more to be added) Nov. 24th: Wild Rose Soap Co. (Organizer) Drakiln Glass (fused glass) Jackie Skavnicky (knit gifts) Gray Fox Farms (jams, jellies, infused honeys Native American jewelry, arts) Linda Steg (Christmas stockings) Dec. 15th: Wild Rose Soap Co. Shade's Farm Honey (raw honey and related gifts) Celebrate more of the town's Christmas in Shepherdstown, with horse drawn carriage rides, carolers, hot cocoa, and festivities throughout the town of Shepherdstown.
You're invited to a free 100% handmade arts and crafts show in historic Shepherdstown, WV inside Town Run Tap House, featuring 17 local vendors. Shop for handmade gifts from soaps, lotion, jewelry, paintings, purses, knit items, and much more. The Tap House will have food, drink, and even a children's play area to entertain the kids while parents browse work from local artists. Door prizes! For our 3rd year, we are excited to expand this event to 2 weekends, with different amazing artists at each one: Saturday, Nov. 24th (Small Business Saturday) and Saturday, Dec. 15th from 10am to 4pm.
Celebrating 50 years of West Virginia rafting, 40 years of Class VI, and 10 years of Adventures on the Gorge, we want to re-affirm our connections and histories with an annual event, Brewgrass Reunion- the finest brews, arts and bluegrass in West Virginia. AOTG invites everyone to the very first CRAFT BEER/BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL on the rim of the New River Gorge! Come sample over 30 diverse flavors of WV & national brews & get down to WV’s best Appalachian bluegrass. ***MUSIC IS FREE - 9 bands, 4 stages and family friendly*** ***Tasting Glass (GENERAL ADMISSION): $30 in advance/$35 at the door includes endless samples and a glass souvenir*** ***Sierra Nevada, Stone Brewing & WV Breweries TAP TAKEOVER @ Chetty’s, Smokey’s, Canyon Falls & Rendezvous*** See website for rafting prices and more: brewgrassreunion.com Here’s the lineup: June 8: Pre-Party @ Rendezvous ANDREW ADKINS & FRIENDS GROUNDHOG GRAVY June 9: Craft Beer/Bluegrass Festival BLACK KIND COAL LOST CANNON BLUEGRASS BAND POOR TATERS THE MASONS WILL JONES BAND NEIL ALLEN CURRY June 9: Party-After-Party THE WILD RUMPUS Call 1-888-406-4679 to reserve your Beer Tasting Glass*
Come welcome in the holiday season on the first Saturday in December at the Phil Gainer Community Center. This year’s
Join us in kicking off the First Friday Season with Seneca Celebration! Eduardo Canelón will be playing music throughout the evening of fun. Free admittance and open to the public. Good Food. Good Music. Good Times.
Started in 1985, the Mountain Color Arts Show has grown to showcase local talent, as well as talent from the surrounding counties and states. This is a FREE event to all spectators. The viewing hours are: Sun: 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.; Mon-Fri:5 p.m. - 8 p.m.; Sat: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. There will also be a Heritage Display during the Saturday hours, where artists and crafters will be demonstrating their talents. For information on how to entry guidelines and show dates, visit www.richwoodchamberofcommerce.org/InformationalLinks/Mountain%20Color%20Art%20Festival.html.
At the Arts & Crafts Street Fair we'll shut down an entire street for shopping and playing! If you’re a local artisan or crafter, local organization or church group, come on out and show us what you’ve got! The Arts & Crafts Street Fair is also an opportunity to together as a community and play-- or just talk and listen to great music. Join us at downtown Hamlin on Saturday, September 23, 2017 as we shut down Walnut Street for traffic and open it up for FUN! Vendor set up is from 10:00 am to 11:00 am.
West Virginia Cares Festival is a new regional event celebrating all that we CARE about this great Mountain State. WE CARE about our people, our veterans, our culture, our environment, our history, our talent and our future. The two-day event features Appalachian music, dance, arts, crafts, foods, the hospitality of mountain folk and many other events.
Arti Gras is the showcase of our fair city’s thriving and incredibly vibrant art scene. Brought to you by The Albans Arts Center, local galleries, the business community, local artists, and art lovers as well. Arti Gras presents Main Street Masquerade: Art Auction, Music, Hors d’oeuvres, Wine & More. Cost: $35 each, $60 a couple.
Welcome to the 2017 Wheeling Arts & Culture Fest. The Arts Fest and the Upper Ohio Valley Multi-Cultural Festival have combined efforts to bring comprehensive arts & culture programming to the festival! The festival will be on Friday, June 16 and Saturday, June 17 from 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. at Wheeling Heritage Port. The Ohio County Library will continue to host additional literary and historical programming for the festival. The festival will include all of the great events from both festivals so if you are looking for the Artist Market or the Around the World Carnival, you will find it all. The admission-free event is open to everyone in the community and offers a variety of arts and cultural programs, including live music, visual arts, theatre, dance, literature, culinary demonstrations, historical arts, and much more.
Join in on the fun at this legendary festival in the mountains of Pocahontas County including music by local bands, great food vendors throughout the festival, as well as lots of fun! A $5 ticket gets you in to the tasting area where you can sample all the RoadKill delicacies. There will be dozens of crafters from all over the region with handmade arts and crafts. Food by local non-profits with some yummy goodies. Come spend the day in our Appalachian home!
Arts and crafts are featured at Watoga! Juried artists will be at the picnic shelter area Saturday September 2 and Sunday, September 3, 2017. Overflow parking will be at the swimming pool area with shuttle service transporting guests as needs. Call the park office at 304-799- 4087 for activity, music and demonstration schedule and times. Overflow parking will be at the swimming pool area with shuttle service transporting guests as needed. Contact: Gail Hyer, 304-799-2228 (for vendor information)
Join FestivALL as they turn a city into a work of art. Enjoy a multitude of art and entertainment at a variety of venues during WV's premier arts celebration. FestivALL includes more than 130 events and 360 performances and exhibitions from music, theater, dance, visual art, humanities and more. Many events are free or low cost. Main events include Smoke on the Water Chili Cookoff, Mayor's Concert, Capitol Street Art Fair & Children's Art Fair, Wine & All That Jazz, Carriage Trail Walk and Dance Gala. Full schedule TBA.
Are your bedroom walls boring? Spice them up with some stuffed animal taxidermy! Our Teen Services Librarian will teach you how to turn a stuffed animal into a unique piece of wall art. Bring your own stuffed animal or use one provided by the library. Class size is limited. Registration opens Oct. 1. http://bit.ly/2bg1PIZ
Enjoy arts and crafts, music and great food at Hawks Nest State Park.
In this funny and heart-warming American classic, penned by one of America's finest writers, 12-year-old tomboy Frankie feels disconnected from her life and dreams of escaping by running away with her brother and his fiance. Set in a small Southern town in 1945--race, politics, sex and adolescence whirl around Frankie as she struggles through hope and disappointment to belong to something.
The Annual Mound Festival will be held on Saturday, September 9th from 9AM to 5PM, in South Charleston Around the Mound on "D" Street. The Festival will have a wide assortment of West Virginia-made craft items, and there will be a few new attractions to the popular South Charleston event. The Festival usually have more than 100 vendors from across the state selling crafts and food. The Mound Festival is devoted to West Virginia arts and crafts. All vendors must be hand-crafted only -- no kits -- all hand-crafted. It's only open to West Virginia crafters. Examples include wood crafts, candles, jewelry, soaps, wreaths, swags and seasonal items for Christmas, Halloween, and Thanksgiving.
Head for the Hills you people from Baltimore, DC, and Pittsburgh. Good neighbors, all are welcomed! Not your average agricultural Mini Distillery producing Fine Spirits from locally grown corn, barley, rye, peaches, pears and grapes. WE CELEBRATE SUCCESS! Free Spirits tasting, Music, Food, come for spell or stay awhile. It's all good.
Free and open to the public, come out for arts, crafts, music and more!
Join us for a celebration of the arts in downtown Shinnston! Artists of vast mediums will be displaying their work all along Pike Street, along with live musical performances creating a unique and festive atmosphere in our lovely small town setting.
This annual arts & crafts show features more than 40 vendors from all across the region. All items must be hand-made originals created by the sellers. Come visit downtown Shinnston for the arts & crafts festival and visit our downtown shops while you're here!
Faith based street festival with food, free movies, music, speakers, entertainment, and children's activities. For more info please call 304-838-9966 or visit their website at www.jesusfestwv.org
This great 3-day food festival has lots of wonderful blackberry dishes and other foods, arts & crafts, 5K run, fireworks, games, and loads of free entertainment! Ample parking available. For more info, call 304-622-3206 or visit www.wvblackberry.com
Come and join us on Saturday, January 23, for our first ever painting class. All supplies are provided! Learn step-by-step techniques from a local artist. It will offer a fun atmosphere and an experience you will not forget.
Tatting is an 18th century form of lace making that originated in Europe. This class is open to anyone who would like to build their skill into a more advanced lace maker. Weather you need a refresher or want to go beyond just making rings, this is the class for you. Students will learn to use a second shuttle to make chains in your tatting. Please bring your shuttles and thread. If you don’t have them, then some will be provided. Advanced Class, Min 2 person class/ Max 6 person class
Part of FestivALL FALL, Orchestral Sweets in Charleston will also have the Pre-Concert Talk with Maestro Grant Cooper at 7 p.m. and a special sweet treat event at 7:30 p.m. with local businesses including Cakes by Appointment, Ellen’s Homemade Ice Cream, Embassy Suites, and Sarah’s Bakery providing complimentary scrumptious desserts in the Grand Lobby! Schedule: 7:00 pm - Pre-Concert Talk 7:30 pm - Complimentary Dessert Reception 8:00 pm - Concert Program: Respighi: The Birds Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin Hahn: Le Bal de Beatrice d’Este Mozart: Symphony No. 40