The timeless holiday classic comes alive again with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra. This dazzling production includes over 170 dancers, musicians and singers in what is sure to be an event to remember. December 8, 2017 | 7:30 PM December 9, 2017 | 2:00 PM Clay Center Maier Performance Hall Tickets are avaliable through the Clay Center Box Office - (304) 561-3570 or www.theclaycenter.org
The timeless holiday classic comes alive again with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra. This dazzling production includes over 170 dancers, musicians, and singers in what is sure to be an event to remember. December 8, 2017 | 7:30 PM December 9, 2017 | 2:00 PM Clay Center Maier Performance Hall Tickets are available through the Clay Center Box Office: 304-561-3570 or www.theclaycenter.org
Peaches – fresh, baked pies and ice cream King and Queen Essay Contest Peach Fuzz and Blossom Contest Car and Antique Tractors Show Children’s Games Original Art Wooden Peach Auction Craft, Flea Market, Agriculture (Farm Produce) Live Entertainment: Bands, singers, magician, puppets and clowns
Youth Organizations United (YOU) is a collaboration between the Appalachian Children's Chorus, the River City Youth Ballet Ensemble and the WV Youth Symphony Orchestra. Combining the talents of almost 200 young singers, dancers and musicians, they will present to you the story of Hansel & Gretel, a well known enchanted fairy tale. Please join us for this wonderful event presented by some of the area's most talented young artists! Tickets may be purchased at the ballet studio or at the door the night of the performance.
(High Point N.C.) November 30, 2016 – Grammy®-Nominated and Platinum-Selling Band Newsboys announces the 2017 extension of the Love Riot Tour, which sees them perform their hit songs live in more than 50 additional cities nationwide. The tour will also feature a never-seen-before, all-new theatrical experience, God’s Not Dead LIVE! Rivals. Written and produced by John and Sarah Bolin (The Thorn) and featuring original songs from Juan Otero (Born Again, Kings & Queens), Rivals brings an ensemble cast of singers, actors and dancers together to answer the question “Can God really make a difference?” and take the audience on a journey to an infamous music venue where stars are born, rivals are met and no one leaves the way they came in. “With this tour, we wanted to try something brand new, something different,” said Michael Tait, lead singer Newsboys. “There’s something about drama, seeing scenes acted out, lived out, right in front of you, that has a different effect. We are very excited about sharing this new theatrical experience with our fans.”
The 15th Annual St. Albans Founders Day will be held on Main Street, Saturday, September 18, 2021, from 10am –