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Charleston al fresco: Outdoor events for spring, summer in Charleston
CHARLESTON CONVENTION & VISITOR’S BUREAU | Courtesy photos
Charleston al fresco: Outdoor events for spring, summer in Charleston

When spring brings warm weather to Charleston, residents and tourists are drawn to the capital city’s streets for special outdoor events, live music, baseball and dining al fresco.

Children’s book author to visit library

West Virginia author Anna Smucker will share her picture book “Golden Delicious: A Cinderella Apple Story,” at Kanawha County Public Library this week in honor of Children’s Book Week. The story is about the discovery of West...

Charleston al fresco: Outdoor events for spring, summer in Charleston
Charleston al fresco: Outdoor events for spring, summer in Charleston

When spring brings warm weather to Charleston, residents and tourists are drawn to the capital city's streets for special outdoor events, live music, baseball and dining al fresco.

Derby fundraiser to help homeless moves to the Culture Center
Derby fundraiser to help homeless moves to the Culture Center

Even though this year’s Night at the Races fundraiser will change locations, organizers say much of the Kentucky Derby-themed party will remain the same.

Best Bet: Spring lineup for Sound Check Sessions
Best Bet: Spring lineup for Sound Check Sessions

The hard-hitting rock and roll group Modoc performs Saturday for the Clay Center's intimate Sound Check concert series, along with local, rising stars Ona. The show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Box office hours are...

Best Bet: Youth Symphony Spring Concert
Best Bet: Youth Symphony Spring Concert

The West Virginia Youth Symphony (WVYS) will hold its annual Spring Concert on Sunday, at 3 p.m. at the Scottish Rite Temple on Capitol Street. Over one hundred musicians will perform with four performing ensembles including Cadet Strings, Youth...

Best Bet: Mountain Stage
Best Bet: Mountain Stage

Sunday, “Mountain Stage” welcomes The Wood Brothers (photo), along with Sean Rowe, Max Hatt & Edda Glass, Steve Poltz and Penny and Sparrow at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.. The show starts at 7 p.m....

Things to do today: April 24, 2016

ANNUAL SPRING CONCERT: 3 p.m. Free, bur donations accepted. Concert will feature Dan Forrest’s “Requiem for the Living,” as well as selections by Eric Whitacre, Eleanor Daley, Sergei Rachmaninoff and others. Presented by...

Things to do today: April 23, 2016

CAVEMAN DAVE: 7 p.m. Free. Bluegrass Kitchen, 1600 Washington St., E. Call 304-346-2871.

In Short: April 21, 2016
In Short: April 21, 2016

The West Virginia International Film Festival wraps up today through Sunday at the LaBelle Theater, at 311 D Street, South Charleston. Tickets for all shows are $8 for adults and $5 for students. Six packs of tickets are available for $30. For more...

Best Bet: The beat goes on in ‘STOMP’
Best Bet: The beat goes on in ‘STOMP’

The Broadway in Charleston series brings “STOMP” to the Clay Center, a percussive hit, which features all sorts of creative, crafty, explosive and provocative noise making, utilizing props like inner tubes, paint cans, matchboxes, brooms,...

Best Bet: Arti Gras in St. Albans
Best Bet: Arti Gras in St. Albans

Arti Gras come to Olde Main Street in downtown St. Albans from 4 to 10 p.m. Saturday. The event includes a host of visual artists in various venues and participating businesses as well as martial arts performances, the West Virginia British Car Club,...

Best Bet: Civic Chorus Celebration
Best Bet: Civic Chorus Celebration

The Charleston Civic Chorus will celebrate Dr. J. Truman Dalton’s 35 years of service as artistic director/conductor during its annual spring concert beginning at 3 p.m. Sunday at Charleston Baptist Temple on the corner of Quarrier and Morris...

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