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Celtic Calling Gathering

The 4th Annual Celtic Calling takes place in Charleston, WV on March, 1st-3rd, 2019. Scottish group Heron Valley are confirmed

27th Annual Grape Stomp Wine Festival

Join us for the 27th Annual Kirkwood Winery Grape Stomp Wine Festival. Come enjoy two days of wine and bourbon tastings (no bourbon tasting/sales on Sunday) visit the food and craft vendors, our gift store, stomp some grapes or join in the grape eating contests, get your photo taken in the Happy Little Photo Bus, take a covered wagon ride, dance around or relax in your bag chair and take in all the tunes provided by our exciting line up of entertainment!!! Saturday features Will Jones, The Long Point String Band, Krista Hughes Band, Marteka and William Lake, and The Confederate Railroad. The fun continues on Sunday with covered wagon rides, vendors and more live entertainment featuring Sammy Murphy, The Band Wagon Band, Ed Davisson and the Davisson Brothers. Fun for the whole family!!! Under 12 - Free Admission; 12 to 20 - $5; 21 & over $15; $20 day of event at gate. Advanced tickets may be purchased at First Community Bank and United Bank in Summersville, or by calling Kirkwood Winery at 1-888-498-9643.

Summerfest

Known for the music and dancing, this year’s Summerfest features several nights of bands, free cotton candy, snow cones, face painting and jumping features to keep the young ones busy. There are dance competitions for kids and adults and a car show. The festival ends with spectacular fireworks.

Lebanese Fest

For more than 80 years, the Mahrajan has been held in Wheeling, West Virginia, welcoming thousands of people of every ethnicity across the country to share in the rich culture of our Lebanese heritage. Food will include: Tabbouleh, pita bread, hummus, stuffed grape leaves, baked Kibbee, Lebanese rice, meat pies, Spinach & Feta Pies, Shwarma - Lamb/Beef or Chicken, Lamb Shish Kabob, Baklava, fillo rolls, Ghouribeh, and much more. Free admission, parking, and entertainment. Food and beverages are sold ala-carte. Saturday, August.11th, 2018: *Lebanese Songs & Dabke 12:00pm - 2:00pm *Parish Dance Troupe 2:00pm - 2:15pm *Lebanese Songs & Dabke 2:30pm - 4:30pm *Parish Dance Troupe 4:30pm - 4:45pm *Lebanese Songs & Dabke 5:00pm - 7:00pm *Parish Dance Troupe 7:00pm - 7:15pm Sunday, August.12th, 2018: *Lebanese Songs & Dabke 12:00pm - 1:00pm *Professional dance show #1 1:00pm - 1:30pm *Lebanese songs & dabke 1:30pm - 2:00pm *Parish Dance Troupe 2:00pm - 2:30pm *Professional Dance Show #2 2:30pm - 3:00pm *Lebanese songs & dabke 3:00pm - 3:30pm *Parish Dance Troupe 3:30pm - 4:00pm *Professional Dance Show #3 4:00pm - 4:30pm *Intermission - Recorded Music 4:30pm - 5:00pm *Professional Dance Show #4 5:00pm - 5:30pm *Lebanese Songs & Dabke 5:30pm - 6:00pm *Parish Dance Troupe 6:00pm - 6:30pm

Festival of India

Hosted by the Palace of Gold! Live music, dancing, yoga and a parade. For more information, please call 304-843-1600.

Festival of India 2018

Ratha Yatra or the Festival of India (Chariots) is one of the world’s oldest religious festivals, originally celebrated in Jagannath Puri. By the mercy of Srila Prabhupada this festival is now being celebrated all over the world. In the summer of 1967, the city of San Francisco saw the Western world’s first Ratha Yatra. Many other swamis and yogis journeyed to the West in the past, but none of them had the vision of Srila Prabhupada: to establish the Krishna conscious culture of ancient India without watering it down. Srila Prabhupada introduced Lord Jagannatha to the Western world and also inaugurated the Ratha Yatra ceremony, in its original format. New Vrindaban will celebrate this international festival for the third year in downtown Wheeling, West Virginia.

17th Annual Greek Food Festival

Greek food, music, dancing, cultural items, books and souvenirs. For more information, please call 304-624-5331 or visit their website at www.StSpyridon.WV.GoArch.org.

Vandalia Gathering

Enjoy traditional Appalachian music concerts and competitions, dancing, arts and crafts, foods and liars contest at this popular Memorial Day weekend event. Youth activities focus on culture and heritage; impromptu jam sessions dot the capitol grounds. The annual West Virginia Quilt Exhibition opens this weekend in the Great Hall of the Culture Center.

Native American Heritage Gathering

This annual two-day event features snakes and raptors, Living History presentations, Red River Drum, dancing and storytelling. There will be food and craft vendors and children’s activities. The North House Museum will open a related exhibit of Native American art and craft. Find us on the grounds of the North House Museum and New River Community and Technical College, also known as Academy Park. Elementary Schools are specially invited on Friday.

Elkins First Friday- Dancin’ On Davis

Elkins First Friday- Dancin' On Davis is the first Friday that takes place outside on the streets of downtown. This first Friday will feature live music and dancing on Davis Avenue. We will have an open house for the new businesses on the street. A corn hole tournament will also be taking place on Davis Avenue during the event. So come out and enjoy the food and listen to some great music and if your feet want to dance, join in the fun!

FOOTMAD Community Dance

Dancing fun for all ages! Live music by the McKenzies, caller Phoebe Williams. All dances taught before the music begins, no partner required. Beginner lesson 6:45 pm.

The Linsly Extravaganza

The longest running variety show of its kind in the Ohio Valley, the Linsly Extravaganza has become an annual tradition for generations of Linsly alumni, many of whom have children or grandchildren who will perform in their footsteps on the stage Friday night. Showcasing the talent of the Linsly student body, the Extravaganza will include an eclectic range of acts including singing, dancing, instrumental performances, comedy and a few surprises along the way.

Christmas on the Frontier

Fort Randolph's reenactors invite you to join them for a frontier Christmas celebration. Gingerbread cookies and punch are just the beginning of a frontier Christmas feast. Colonial entertainment with music, singing, dancing and story telling follows dinner. Don your colonial best and celebrate the Christmas season at Fort Randolph.

Inaugural BB&T Malden Salt Fest

The Inaugural BB&T Malden Salt Fest will be held October 6th to 8th in Malden at J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works. There will be music, food, tours, a parade, dancing, crafts, demonstrations, and more! October 6th: Dinner at J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works for descendants of salt-works owners, workers, and slaves. Tickets will go on sale in September October 7th: The day kicks off at 10:00 a.m. with an old fashioned parade in downtown Malden which will end at J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works. The day will be full of assorted cultural activities such as lectures, films, music and dancing. There will be re-enacting of the salt making of the original settlers, oral history taking and tours. A variety of local foods, craft beer, cider and treats will be available for purchase. Live music into the evening. Free admission. October 8th: A service will be held at the African Zion Church in downtown Malden with gospel singing. The Spring Hill Cemetery will be open for tours of the grounds where the salt maker's and their descendants are buried. More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/1792151121029445/?acontext=%7B%22action_history%22%3A%22null%22%7D

Greek Festival

Mark your calendars for the Annual Greek Festival in Huntington! Once again, the festival looks to be a fun filled weekend of food, music, and dancing. Come out and experience a little taste of Greece. We look forward to seeing you! Check out www.stgeorgehwv.org/festival for a full list of events and food options! Directions: Exit #8 from I-64. Take Fifth (5th)Street toward Huntington. At Eleventh (11th) Avenue, turn right. Go two blocks. Church is at corner of Eleventh (11th) Avenue and Seventh (7th) St.

Festival of Colors- World’s Happiest Event

Join us for the Worlds Happiest Event!; 12pm – 6pm at the Palace of Gold Food, Music, Yoga, throw color & Dance. Truly a cultural experience and one great happy family friendly event. More info @ www.festivalofcolors.us

Ivy Terrace Concert Series

Enjoy free live music on the lawn of Carnegie Hall. Bring a picnic supper, a blanket and your dancing shoes - barefeet permitted. Concerts begin at 6:30pm and are free and open to everyone. Great performances featuring regional artists ranging in style from rhythm and blues and jazz to classic folk, bluegrass and world. August 24 - The WV Jazz Orchestra

Decades Rewind at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences

If you’ve been looking for a theatrical concert that will transport you back to the days of your youth with the passionate, beautiful songs of the past, Decades Rewind™ is an incredibly memorable and nostalgic show that you’ve been dreaming of! Featuring the top hits of the golden age of music (from the 60’s to the 80’s), Decades Rewind™ is a veritable time machine of amazing music that will never fade away. One magical night of singing, dancing, and being transported back in time. Over 60 songs starting with Bon Jovi and ending with Let the Sun Shine in. 3 huge video screens of the culture of those decades and over 100 costume changes will make you feel like you're a teenager again!

Girls Night Out

Now attracting more than 1,000 women from the tri-state area, GNO is a party women don’t want to miss. Local restaurants prepare their tastiest bites and male volunteers wait on guests with signature drinks, beer or wine from the bar. Photo opportunities abound, as GNO is widely known for its stunning décor. This year’s theme: Be Boho Chic, Live Violence Free. Inside the event, guests can shop a beautifully staged silent auction of over 100 items and dance the night away to live DJ entertainment. Tickets $125 thru August 1st; $150 starting August 2nd at www.gnowv.com

Kiwanis Doo Wop Dinner & Dance

Featuring the talents of the Richter's and the Holidays. Ticket includes dinner and a show $40.00 per person.

Ivy Terrace Concert Series

Enjoy free live music on the lawn of Carnegie Hall. Bring a picnic supper, a blanket and your dancing shoes - barefeet permitted. Concerts begin at 6:30pm and are free and open to everyone. Great performances featuring regional artists ranging in style from rhythm and blues and jazz to classic folk, bluegrass and world. August 10 - Gyasi Hues and Amy McIntire

Ivy Terrace Concert Series

Enjoy free live music on the lawn of Carnegie Hall. Bring a picnic supper, a blanket and your dancing shoes - barefeet permitted. Concerts begin at 6:30pm and are free and open to everyone. Great performances featuring regional artists ranging in style from rhythm and blues and jazz to classic folk, bluegrass and world. July 27 - The Hillbilly Gypsies

Annual Belle of Cincinnati Dinner Cruise

The Point Pleasant River Museum is bringing back an evening to remember, reminiscent of the days of the early excursion boats. As the Belle of Cincinnati travels on the beautiful Ohio River, a delicious buffet-style meal will be served and the well-known local singer, Joey Wilcoxon, will be entertaining, furnishing music for dancing or just listening. The cruise is 2 1/2 hours long, leaving the dock at Point Pleasant's Riverfront Park at 7 p.m. Guests need to board by 6:30 p.m. Photographer is available for pictures. Boat has four decks, two of which are accessible by elevator, and one is walk-on. Handicap accessible to wheelchairs and scooters. Tickets are $50.00 for adults and children ages 4-12 are $25.00.

Ivy Terrace Concert Series

Enjoy free live music on the lawn of Carnegie Hall. Bring a picnic supper, a blanket and your dancing shoes - barefeet permitted. Concerts begin at 6:30pm and are free and open to everyone. Great performances featuring regional artists ranging in style from rhythm and blues and jazz to classic folk, bluegrass and world. July 13 - Shayar and Krooshal Force

The Allies – Pricketts Fort

Enjoy an evening of entertainment with the Allies. The Allies are a six piece classic rock group who have been performing in the area for over 20 years. The Allies enjoy playing a variety of tunes from the 60's 70's and 80's and will have you rockin’ and dancin’ all evening. This evening will also feature an antique car cruise-in.

Ivy Terrace Concert Series – Carnegie Hall

Enjoy free live music on the lawn of Carnegie Hall. Bring a picnic supper, a blanket and your dancing shoes - barefeet permitted. Concerts begin at 6:30pm and are free and open to everyone. Great performances featuring regional artists ranging in style from rhythm and blues and jazz to classic folk, bluegrass and world. June 22 - The Spanglers

Ivy Terrace Concert Series at Carnegie Hall

Enjoy free live music on the lawn of Carnegie Hall. Bring a picnic supper, a blanket and your dancing shoes - barefeet permitted. Concerts begin at 6:30pm and are free and open to everyone. Great performances featuring regional artists ranging in style from rhythm and blues and jazz to classic folk, bluegrass and world. June 8 - The WV Brass Quintet

“White Party” at the Bluefield Area Arts Center

A throwback to the day when seasons dictated fashion. A “White Party” celebrates Spring. Come out for a posh evening of live music and dancing at the Bluefield Area Arts Center. Tickets are $40 and include heavy hors d’oeurves, silent auction, fashion show (vote for your favorite), live entertainment, live DJ till 11 P.M. There will be a cash bar. To make reservations call 304-589-0339

FestivALT

Nationally touring bands The David Mayfield Parade, Seratones and a special guest will rock out the Schoenbaum Stage. The David Mayfield Parade headlines the evening with his impressive display of pickin' and singing as he combines his rugged Americana tunes with a touch of vaudeville flair, and the Seratones will light up the stage with their feisty southern rock tunes unfluenced by their Louisiana home. Join us at Haddad Riverfront Park for a night of FREE live music.Enjoy this FestivALL experience from the water or land as you watch the Levee become a work of art! Expect to see FestivALL characters dancing throughout the crowd and additional artful activities on the levee and boulevard. Local food vendors & trucks will line the Kanawha Boulevard and beverages will be available for purchase. Info at :http://festivallcharleston.com/events/preview-weekend-festivalt

Naughty by Nature with Kid ‘n Play

Take a trip to the 90's with hip-hop and rap group Naughty by Nature! Teaming up with Kid 'n Play - the groups will bring an upbeat, fun night of music and dancing to the Clay Center with favorites like “Hip Hop Hooray,” "OPP," and more!!! Tickets start at just $25! Hurry now for your spot in the DANCE ZONE where you can really drop it like it's hot! You don't want to miss the show your friends will be talking about all year!

The Spring Gala

The Spring Gala is the yearly event that kicks-off all things Italian! Regina Maria, the reigning royalty of the WV Italian Heritage Festival, is announced along with her court. Dinner and dancing follow. For reservations, please call 304-622-7314 or email [email protected] Reservations accepted until April 19, 2017.

West Virginia Dance Festival

Enjoy dance classes throughout the day and evening performances. West Virginia dance schools and companies are featured performers.

Easter Eggstravaganza 2017

For only the third time in our 85 year history, we will open our doors early to host an Easter Weekend EGGstravaganza over the April 13-16, 2017 weekend. Last time, over 200 guests joined us for several days of family-filled festivities and, quite frankly, we couldn’t think of a better way to begin our 2017 season! We so enjoy seeing all the familiar faces–as well as welcome new ones too! Our guest of honor, the Easter Bunny, will make appearances all weekend. Friday night, guests will have a chance to win fabulous Capon prizes during an Easter Egg Bingo party. Who will take home the grand prize of a free night stay for two this time? Saturday afternoon will feature Easter egg hunts and lawn games for all ages. Everyone will be singing and dancing to the silly “Happy Easter (hop, hop)” song- which is still etched into the brains of past participants! We will end Saturday evening with a long-standing Capon tradition—a campfire sing-a-long and hot dog roast. If the temperatures are comfortable enough, we will hold the Sunday Sunrise Service up on the Hill, offering a joyous celebration of new life. April usually means crisp mornings and evenings so look forward to cozy fires in the Main House fireplaces. Maintenance supervisor Bub Brill will keep them stocked with fresh split logs. As far as fun contests, if you are good at guessing, you could win the new Capon water bottle if you can determine how many jelly beans are in it! We will all be anticipating the usual delicious Capon feasts with a few extra festive surprises!

The 6th Annual Wheeling Polka Festival

Location: Oglebay Park - Glessner Auditorium at Wilson Lodge ENTERTAINMENT: FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 2017 Kick Off Party: 8pm – 12am Lenny Gomulka & Chicago Push SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 2017 10am–12pm: Rise-N-Shine Party with DJ – Michael Biela 3pm–12am Henny & the Versa J’s, The John Gora Band, The Boys SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 2017 10am: Catholic Mass 12–6pm Stephanie “America’s Polka Sweetheart” Lenny Gomulka & Chicago Push ADMISSION: 3 Day Pass: $40 Daily Tickets: Friday: $12, Saturday: $17, Sunday: $16 Food and Beverage Available (Please note: NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGE permitted in Wilson Lodge public areas)

Carnegie Hall’s Winter Gala

Introducing our first annual Winter Gala! We invite you to join us for dinner, drinks, and dancing. For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact Carnegie Hall at 304-645-7917 or visit them online at www.carnegiehallwv.com.

Frostburn 2017

Frostburn is a regional event that brings Burning Man’s desert to the winter tundra—-A music & arts festival, filled with music, art, fire, dancing, food & all manner of cold weather fun. To purchase tickets and for more information go to www.frostburn.org and we look forward to seeing you on the tundra! Directions: (From WV 7 East) Turn left onto Depot Way/East Street (0.2 miles) Continue onto Herring Way (1.7 miles) Turn Left onto Sunny Hill Road (no street sign, follow Frostburn sign) (1.2 miles) Slight Right onto Nuce Road (.2 miles) Turn Left onto Green RunLong Hollow Road (0.25 miles) Turn Right into site (0.2 miles) Turn Right and drive up to check in.

Menopause: The Musical

This hilarious musical parody staged to classic tunes from the 60's, 70's and 80's will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles. See what millions of women worldwide have been laughing about for 14 years! (Admission varies.)

FOOTMAD Contra Dance

Contra dancing is like square dancing in long lines. Each dance is taught before the music begins. Also includes round dances, waltzes and squares. Fun for the whole family, for couples or singles -- no need to bring a partner. Free admission for new dancers, AmeriCorps members, and children under 13.

Valentine Buffet & Dance

Great food! Dancing! It doesn't get much better for an evening with your Valentine. Buffet from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m., followed by dancing from 8:00 - 10:00 p.m. at the Last Run Restaurant at Cass Scenic Railroad State Park. Buffet includes: Salisbury Steak with gravy, Roasted Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Macaroni and Cheese, Green Beans, Buttered Corn, House Salad, Rolls, Drinks and Sweetheart Desserts. Music by DJ Bert! Call for reservations. Couples and family-friendly! Cost: $15 per person, Youth 10 and younger $10.

New Year’s Eve Gatsby Style with WVAQ

Ring in the New Year Gatsby Style in Lakeview Golf Resort & Spa‘s Governer’s Ballroom with WVAQ! This Year’s Entertainment Includes Queen City Funk and Soul Band, Plus Live WVAQ Broadcasting with Jason Knight! NEW YEAR’S EVE PACKAGES: Party Package | $70/Person* • 1 Ticket to the Event with LIVE Band and WVAQ DJ Jason Knight • Hors d’Oeuvres and Party Favors • Midnight Champagne Toast Dinner Party Package | $150/Couple* • 2 New Year’s Eve Dinner Buffets at Fusion Restaurant • 2 Tickets to the Event with LIVE Band and WVAQ DJ Jason Knight • Hors d’Oeuvres and Party Favors • Midnight Champagne Toast Silver Celebration Package $169.99/Single* | $219.99/Double* • Overnight Accommodations • 2 New Year’s Day Breakfast Buffets at Fusion Restaurant • 2 Tickets to the Event with LIVE Band and WVAQ DJ Jason Knight • Hors d’Oeuvres and Party Favors • Midnight Champagne Toast Diamond Celebration Package $189.99/Single* | $279.99/Double* • Overnight Accommodations • 2 New Year’s Eve Dinner Buffets and 2 New Year’s Day Breakfast Buffets at Fusion Restaurant • 2 Tickets to the Event with LIVE Band and WVAQ DJ Jason Knight • Hors d’Oeuvres and Party Favors • Midnight Champagne Toast *Taxes and Gratuity Not Included in Package Price. Advance Purchase Required. Must Purchase Package at Least a Day in Advance. Canceling Your Reservation or Failing to Arrive Will Result in Forfeiture of Your Deposit. Must Stay Over on Saturday, December 31st, 2016. For More Details and Reservations, Please Call (304) 594-1111!

New Year’s Eve “Night on the Nile”

Step out of 2016 and into an oasis as you channel your inner Cleopatra or King Tut and feel like a Pharaoh for an evening! Join us for a night of dinner and dancing all while being encompassed in the rich tones of Ancient Egypt. Bringing you Hit Play from Wheeling, WV, who will showcase all the top 40 hits from the Beatles to Bruno Mars, Journey to Adele. Finish the evening with a champagne toast and an exquisite overnight room. Please call 304-422-3131 to book your stay!

NEW YEAR’S EVE PARTY – North Bend State Park

Countdown the old and ring in the New Year at North Bend State Park. Enjoy great food, live music and dancing, refreshments, and a champagne toast at midnight. New Year's is always a sellout at North Bend. Call early for reservations. Neon Moon will be at North Bend to help you ring in the New Year in style with their renditions of popular songs from yesterday and today. This local band featuring Jerry and Lisa Queen has been playing throughout the Mid-Ohio Valley for years and will have you dancing your way right into 2017! The North Bend Restaurant will be featuring its famous New Year's Eve buffet, including a carving station with several entrées, assorted sides, and decadent dessert table; all served by the North Bend wait staff. Atmosphere is casual, dress comfortably and to have fun. Click the web link for greater detail. Advanced reservations required. Contact: 304-643-2931

Broadway Christmas Wonderland

This most loved Christmas show features glittering costumes, a dazzling cast, and the highest kicking Chorus Girls this side of the North Pole. Start Christmas in style as Santa and his merry helpers take you on an unforgettable nostalgic Christmas journey. Songs include “White Christmas;” “Winter Wonderland;” “Have Yourself A Very Merry Christmas;” “Chestnuts Roasting;” “Jingle Bells;” “Away in a Manger;” “Silent Night;” “Deck The Halls;” “Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree;” “O Holy Night” and many more. This sparkling Holiday Show is ideal for the whole family. Pre-Show Dinner in the Ballroom available! Call 304-233-7000 for reservations.

Live Music in the Big Timber Tap Room: Blackwater Mojo

Put on your party pants and get ready to do the Double Bit Double Step- Blackwater Mojo is back in the Tap Room!

Annual Aurora Barn Dance

Join the Aurora Project for the Annual Aurora Barn Dance! Enjoy an afternoon of music and dancing, featuring Born Old and Aurora Celtic. There will be a silent auction, and refreshments will be provided. Admission is free for children under 10. Contact the Aurora Project by phone at 304-735-3620 or email [email protected] for more information.

Huntersville Traditions Days

Huntersville Traditions Day is a way to step back in time and enjoy the Appalachian Culture by taking part in demonstrations of some of the lost arts that have disappeared through the decades. Visitors have the opportunity to tour the Huntersville School, Presbyterian and Methodist Church, Jail, Civil War Cemetery and enjoy the history throughout the Huntersville Community. You can also take a walking tour or catch a horse and buggy to enjoy making apple butter, make ice cream, spin wool, cane chairs, grind coffee, watch soap being made, listen to Beatrix Potter's story, start a hit and miss engine, take a pony ride, help make sorghum, keep in tune with the cloggers, practice muzzle leading, let the children play old time games, visit the old time post office, enjoy a cup of cider, tap your foot to mountain music and watch corn meal ground. Take a tour of the old county jail,check out the old tool wagon and enjoy a wonderful meal at the Methodist Church. Make a visit to the lunch room at the school and step back in time with Laura Ingalls and enjoy the quilt display. What a wonderful weekend in Huntersville WV of stepping back in time when life was simple and our traditions began.

Rudy and the Professionals Live at Lucky’s

Variety Dance.

Augusta Festival and Craft Fair

The Augusta Festival celebrates Appalachian heritage arts and folk life with a juried craft fair, live music, dancing, workshops, craft demonstrations and children’s activities. This year’s juried Craft Fair includes more than 50 of the region’s finest artisans selling their unique creations. Concessions will be available.

Traditional Storytelling Lecture

A free public lecture, presented by the Augusta Heritage Center of Davis & Elkins College, will take place at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 25 in Eshleman Science Center room 400 featuring traditional storytelling from Appalachia and Ireland with Adam Booth and Mairtin de Cogain. A jam session and dancing on Halliehurst porch will take place after the lecture.

Ceili and Square Dance

Ceili and Square Dance, presented by the Augusta Heritage Center of Davis & Elkins College, will take place at 8 p.m. Sunday, July 24 in the Augusta Dance Pavilion. Dave Bing, Andrew Dunlap and Mark Payne will provide old-time tunes and Bill McComiskey, Joey Albarta and Nathan Gourley will provide Irish tunes. Admission is $6 general or $4 for students and AmeriCorps members. Location: Davis & Elkins College campus, Augusta Dance Pavilion

MAKS & VAL LIVE ON TOUR: OUR WAY

Maks & Val Live On Tour: Our Way is the thrilling all-new smash hit dance tour of the summer. Maksim and Valentin Chmerkovskiy, the hottest stars of ABC’s hit show Dancing with the Stars, will be heading to Charleston, WV. The Our Way tour is set to perform in 45 cities across America beginning June 15th and will make its way to Charleston Municipal Auditorium on July 16, 2016. Brothers Maksim and Valentin Chmerkovskiy are bringing to life the show they have dreamed about since childhood, combining an honest and unfiltered narrative of their life story, with the world class dancing, creativity and passion they are known for.

Augusta Concert, Cajun/Creole and Classic Country Music

The concert will feature performances by master musicians, vocalists, and dancers who are instructors at Augusta for the summer sessions. Tickets can be purchased online at www.augustaheritagecenter.org or at the Davis & Elkins Box Office on the night of the show.

Summer Soiree

The Trillium Performing Arts Collective is hosting their second annual Summer Soiree on Saturday, June 11 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm at the Greenbrier Convention and Visitors Bureau. Trillium has been encouraging artistic expression and creative opportunities in the Greenbrier Valley since 1982. The evening will feature a dinner catered by The Bakery on Court Street; local brews from the Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company, wine, and soft drinks; live music and a DJ; dancing; and a raffle, with various prizes donated by local businesses. Tickets are $60 each or $100 per pair, and may be purchased at the Trillium office, at the Greenbrier Convention and Visitors Bureau, or online at www.summersoiree2016.brownpapertickets.com. For more information, stop by the office at 867 Court Street North, or call (304) 645-3003.

American Heritage Music Hall Jam Session

Looking for something to do on a Tuesday night? The American Heritage Music Hall Tuesday night jam sessions provide live music and dancing in a family atmosphere. Music is 7pm to 10pm.

American Heritage Music Hall

Looking for something to do on a Tuesday night? The American Heritage Music Hall Tuesday night jam sessions provide live music and dancing in a family atmosphere. Music is 7pm to 10pm.

Scottish Festival & Celtic Gathering–Cancelled

EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE WEATHER CONDITIONS. The event may be at a later date, check back soon for determination. We will have the events, exhibitors and activities you have come to expect … pipe bands, professional entertainers, heavy athletics, living history presentations, Scottish goods vendors, Scottish country dancing, dancing competitions, piping competitions, sheep herding demonstrations, genealogy assistance … and much more. Friday night has a Ceilidh, a party with music, food and conversation. The main Festival is on Saturday all day at the Bridgeport City Park. On Saturday evening we have a concert with our professional entertainers.at the Bridgeport High School. On Sunday, there is a Kirkin of the Tartans, a short parade in downtown Clarksburg followed by a church service at the First Presbyterian Church. For more information contact: 304-534-3737; 304-677-6425; 304-677-1062; [email protected]

MODOC Opener: Ona

Step out of your seat and onto the Clay Center stage to mix, mingle and share a toast at this concert series. Catch the latest in new music from rising stars specially-plucked from local and national stages.

Tuesday Night Jam

Looking for something to do on a Tuesday night? The American Heritage Music Hall Tuesday night jam sessions provide live music and dancing in a family atmosphere. Music is 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Enjoy local and regional performers as they jam out to bluegrass, folk, country, rock & roll and everything in between!

Festival of Nations

8th Annual Weirton Festival of Nations showcases the many ethnic heritages that make up our region. Watch India, Greece, Thailand, Italy, and many more nations provide entertainment to delight the crowd. Great food to eat provided by these many cultures. Great FREE event with great entertainment, food, and fun. Mark this on your calendar--you won't want to miss it!

Tuesday Night Jam

Looking for something to do on a Tuesday night? The American Heritage Music Hall Tuesday night jam sessions provide live music and dancing in a family atmosphere. Music is 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Enjoy local and regional performers as they jam out to bluegrass, folk, country, rock & roll and everything in between!

THE Steppin Stones Opener: John Inghram’s Slugfest

Step out of your seat and onto the Clay Center stage to mix, mingle and share a toast at this concert series. Catch the latest in new music from rising stars specially-plucked from local and national stages.

Tuesday Night Jam

Looking for something to do on a Tuesday night? The American Heritage Music Hall Tuesday night jam sessions provide live music and dancing in a family atmosphere. Music is 7pm to 10pm. Everyone is welcome. Enjoy local and regional performers as they jam out to bluegrass, folk, country, rock & roll and everything in between!