Join us for a weekend that explores the rich heritage of Greenbrier County's past and present. Visit several beautiful homes in the Valley to learn how the area's architecture was influenced, see historic artifacts, private collections and lovely spring gardens.
Join Secretary Gayle C. Manchin, Emmy Award-winner Deborah Novak and the Charleston Ballet at the premiere screening of “Andre Van Damme and the Story of the Charleston Ballet”. This film follows the journey of Charleston Ballet founder Andre Van Damme, from his roots in the Brussels Royal Opera, his journey to America and the manifestation of his vision for a professional ballet company in 1956. Three-time Emmy Award-winning director Deb Novak weaves a tale of dedication, passion and an enduring commitment to enriching the cultural life of our region. The opening reception beings at 6:30 pm, followed by a 7:30 pm screening. The film is approximately 1 hour long. Black-Tie optional. Tickets: Student $25 | Individual $60 | Couple $100 Call 304-342-6541 or online bit.ly/2wbkQl4
Celebrate Greenbrier Valley Theatre’s 50th Anniversary Season in style with NEA Jazz Master Ellis Marsalis and his quintet and Americana artist Christian Lopez, a Martinsburg WV native. With dinner, a retrospective of the theatre’s history, special guests and more, the occasion will be worthy of the milestone it marks.
Join us for a weekend that explores the rich heritage of Greenbrier County's past and present. Visit several beautiful homes in the Valley to learn how the area's architecture was influenced, see historic artifacts, private collections and lovely spring gardens. June 9 - 5-7PM - Mix and mingle at the opening Gala in the spectacular new home of Mr. Angus Peyton where handsome antiques are puntuated by a modern setting. June 10 - 10AM-5PM - A tradition of the Home & Garden Tour, patrons visit a selection of beautiful private homes in the area. June 11 - 1-4PM - Complete the weekend in charming White Sulphur Springs with an historic presentation and afternoon tea in Saint Thomas Episcopal Church.