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Nativities From Around the World

This is a self-guided exhibit which showcases hundreds of nativity scenes from over 100 nations, and the cost is FREE! 

South Charleston Christmas Parade

This televised Christmas Parade has Santa arriving by helicopter at the Oakes Field Football Stadium. Crowds line D street to

Arts & Crafts Mound Festival

Browse and buy handcrafted arts and crafts from some of the area's most talented artisans.

Mound Car Show

Gather 'round the South Charleston Mound for this car show featuring classic automobiles.

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.

South Charleston Easter Egg Hunt

Bring your own basket and join us for fun at Joplin Park! 5,000 eggs will be hidden with prizes and candy inside. For children ages 6 and under. For more information, call Mary or Beth at 304-746-5552

Rhythm & Brews Festival

General admission includes: Commemorative 14 oz. Beer Stein and Tickets for five 12+ oz. beers, Four Hours of Live Music featuring William Matheny, Porch 40 and John Inghram's Slugfest. Food vendors will be on site. Admission: $35 in advance; $50 day of event

St. Patrick’s Day Musical Event

St. Patrick's Day Musical Event features George Daughtery and the O'Daughtery Family Band performing authentic Irish music. Admission: Adults $5.00; Children: Free.

“A Veterans Salute to Rosie the Riveters”

The South Charleston Museum Foundation “D” St. Series presents: “A Veterans Salute to Rosie the Riveters” Sunday, November 13 at 4:00 pm LaBelle Theater 311 “D” St. So. Chas. Three authentic Rosie’s telling their stories Music: Pepper Fandango The Band Wagon Exhibiting artists: Robin White (grandmother was a Rosie) Anna Toler-Frazier Carrie Dawson Admission is $5 veterans and children free admission

West Virginia International Film Festival – 2016 Fall Film Festival

The West Virginia International Film Festival presents it's 33rd annual Fall Film Festival at The LaBelle Theater on Oct. 21st through Oct. 30th. We have chosen 11 films to feature this Fall, including Academy Award winner (Best Foreign Film, 2015) "Son of Saul". Additionally, several of our features will include conversations with the director ("Sex and Broadcasting", "Mike Morningstar: Here's To The Working Man") or discussions facilitated by sponsoring organizations ("The Hunting Ground", "How to Let Go of the World", "Son of Saul", "Carol"). Please review our film listing, purchase tickets, and get information about our Underground Cinema Micro Theater project by visiting www.wviff.org. Times vary each showing. Check website for dates and times.

Arts & Crafts Mound Festival

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.