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Thursday, September 15th

λ Art After Dark, Clay Center, 1 Clay Square, Charleston, 7:30 PM, Downtown Charleston Follow the Art Walk for art, entertainment and interactive fun at the Juliet Museum. free event.

Friday, September 16th

λ Gyasi starting at 7:30pm, Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg. Inspired by a wide range of arts and cultures past and present, Gyasi uses fashion, storytelling and the guitar to create new worlds. carnegiehallwv.org

λ Kirkwood Wine & Music Festival Today and Saturday, Kirkwood Winery, Summersville. At this annual event, visitors roll up their pants, take off their shoes, and stomp some grapes. Weekends include food, drinks and a variety of live music. kirkwood-wine.com

λ autumn flea market, State Fair Grounds, Fairy, Today and Saturday. Vendors Ben Ellen Donuts, Fry Station, Green Parrots, Dippin’ Dots and more.

λ midsummer night, Greenbrier Valley Theatre, 1038 Washington St. E., Lewisburg, Tonight, Saturday and Friday, September 23rd.2:30 pm

λ Rakeaway Sale/Fundraising, today and Saturday from 8am to 3pm, the new location is the Heart of God Ministry food pantry by the church at 110 Earl Street, Beckley. Sales include clothing, shoes, sundries, household items, collectibles, and more in all sizes, including newborns, toddlers, and men and women. will be

Saturday, September 17th

λ Mount Hope Jubilee Car Show, hosted by the WV Classics Car Club and held from 9am to 4pm on the grounds of the former Mount Hope Middle School. The parade line-up begins between 9am and 9:30am at the old high school.

λ follow the riverwalk and Explore Summers County, sponsored by the City of Hinton and Active Southern West Virginia, is the first ever event to celebrate Mary Draper Ingles and her journey to freedom along the New River. Follow the same trails she trekked in the summer and fall of 1755 to Richmond She participates in educational discussions with national park rangers at Hamilton Farm. Free registration begins at 1:30 PM at the Explore Summers County building. The 2 mile walk to the farm starts at 2pm. Refreshments provided on arrival. Enjoy a free movie screening of “Follow the River” on the courthouse lawn at 7:30 PM.

λ A night with Asleep at the Wheel Starts at 7pm at the Chuck Massena Center.

λ beaver lions club 16th annual golf tournament commemorating Sandy Hawes at Grandview Country Club. Tee Times 1:00 PM Players report at 12:00 noon. A 4-man scramble with a shotgun start. Contest at 12:30pm Make-up date is his September 24th. For more information or registration, please call Ken Scott at 304-573-0844 or John Hawse at 304-255-2034.

λ Tamarack Marketplace Concert The series begins at noon in Beckley’s Tamarack. Enjoy afternoon live music in Tamarack Marketplace’s outdoor courtyard with 4Chill.

λ Tamarack Marketplace held A taste of Appalachia, from farm to table. Chef Stephen Gustad offers a 4-course meal pairing wines with seasonal produce from local farms from 6pm to 9pm with cocktail hour, dinner, wine, drinks and live music by Ryan Smith. Prepare

– Pam Payne

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