FKDF'S Wolfpack is once again proud to invite you all into the den for a day of fun, fighting, and friendship. This year, we will be filling the day with informal tournaments, workshops by guest instructors, and playground games, plus a catered sack lunch, goody bag and T shirt!
Come join us for our 5th Annual Solar powered Music Festival in Fayetteville, West Virginia: the only festival where you can sign up for a solar power co-op, enjoy a music festival fully powered by the sun, learn about environmental sustainability, and take a trip down the New River! Keeper of the Mountains Foundation started this music festival to bring people together, support musicians, and educate communities about energy alternatives. It is only together that we can move forward into a brighter future.
Learn from master fiddle player Dave Bing. The workshop is for intermediate and advanced players. Call 304-372-7860 for information.
Three Rivers Avian Center (TRAC) will present "Birds of Prey - Wings of Wonder" program at 1:00pm at the swimming pool building. Feature live raptors, attendees will see birds up close and learn about habits and habitats of these magnificent creatures. The program is open to the public at no charge and lasts about one hour with time for questions and answers. Free to attend.
Grand Vue Park has two wonderful disc golf courses and one is even ranked in the nation for its quality! Meet a Grand Vue Park staff member at the Red Barn to learn all about disc golf. The staff member will take you through throwing techniques, disc education and answer any questions about Grand Vue Park courses or the game. Beware! Disc golf becomes addicting after one round of play.
Augusta Folks Art for Kids “Exploring Art Through Times” will take place from 9 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. Aug. 7-11 on the Davis & Elkins College campus. Instructed by artist Kylie Proudfoot-Payne children will explore visual art and heritage crafts through the creation of a variety of art projects. Students will paint, print, weave, bind, mold, sew, experiment, square dance and much more as they learn about how the heritage crafts are connected to the world today. They will have the opportunity to experience the wider Augusta program through coordination with other Augusta instructors. Registration is open at www.augustaheritagecenter.org. For additional information, call the Augusta Heritage Center at 304-637-1209.
Performing Arts Camp 1 with Alban Arts Ages 6-11 $150 family plus and premium members; $175 non-members Performing Arts Camp 2 with Alban Arts Ages 12-17 $150 family plus and premium members; $175 non-members The Clay Center and The Alban Arts Center have teamed up again to offer an exciting, performance based performing arts camp! Campers ages 6-11 and 12-17 will perfect their acting, singing, dance and technical skills with the local, professional artists from The Alban. The final day of camp we will produce scenes, monologues and song and dance numbers on the Clay Center’s beautiful Maier stage!
Pan for buried fossils and learn all about dinosaurs at Mercer County's premier RV Resort.
Come try your hand at some colonial era needlework. This is a perfect activity for parent and child to share. Light refreshments served. Please register with MaryAnne Lister at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learn to ride like a girl as women riders of all ability levels come together for a weekend of personal progression and skill building. New to biking? No problem. Already killing it on gnarly roots and rocks? That’s cool, too. We’ll break into groups according to skill level for one-on-one-like professional coaching in a team environment. Make new friends, reconnect with old ones and sling some mud too!
Research Botanist Cindy Huebner will lead a walk focusing on the identification of herbaceous plants and tree seedlings located in forest understories. We will also cover diversity and plant composition patterns found in particular forest types. Most appropriate for adults. Free. Register online at www.wvbg.org. * Registration for free programs is required by the Friday prior to the program. All activities take place at the West Virginia Botanic Garden, 1061 Tyrone Rd., Morgantown, WV 26508 unless otherwise noted. Walks and presentations will last 1.5-2hrs. Please refrain from bringing your pet to activities. Contact us at 304-322-2093 or email@example.com if you have any questions.
Master potter Cynthia Bringle will lead the 37th annual workshop at Cedar Lakes Conference Center. Here's an opportunity to perfect your porcelain techniques on and off the wheel. She will be demonstrating various techniques to create an assortment of forms.
Our program consists of three one-day workshops with experienced teachers for your learning enjoyment and quilting experience.