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Events for January 2020

  • Winter Wonder Weekend

    January 17, 2020 to January 19, 2020 — North Bend State Park, Ritchie

    “Plant the Seeds” of fun, conservation and nature education to see how you grow at North Bend State Park in Cairo, WV. Join us at Winter Wonder Weekend for exciting and activity-filled days where you will enjoy winter activities like sled riding (weather permitting), winter hikes, tours of the local area, programs, crafts, games and entertainment. January 17-19.

    Featured guest speakers include Bill Beatty, a naturalist from Wellsburg, WV, will plant the seed of conservation during his Friday evening program about this wonderful place we know as “Almost Heaven” and what you can do to be conservation-minded mountaineers.

    Geology underlies it all! presented by Ken Ashton of WV Geological and Economic Survey on Saturday evening will plant the seed of geologic history and how WV became wild and wonderful.

    Doug Wood, a master naturalist and all-round conservationist will plant the seed of nature education on Sunday with his presentation on the old growth forest found in North Bend State Park. Wood also portrays Cherokee warrior Ostenanco during a Sunday afternoon presentation of History Alive!—a program made possible by the West Virginia Humanities Council.

    More information and reservations at https://wvstateparks.com/event/winter-wonder-weekend-2/

  • The Sound of Music

    January 17, 2020 to January 19, 2020 — Charleston, Kanawha

    The Sound of Music

    Presented by the Charleston Light Opera Guild and the Clay Center

    • January 17, 18, & 25 at 7:30PM
    • January 19, 25, & 26 at 2:00PM

    The Charleston Light Opera Guild and the Clay Center present The Sound of Music in the Maier Performance Hall at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences.

    Set in 1938, The Sound of Music is based on Maria von Trapp’s autobiography The Story of the Trapp Family Singers. The original production starred Mary Martin and Theodore Bikel. It won five Tony Awards and was one of the longest running productions of the fifties. The 1965 film version co-starred Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer and won five Academy Awards. Several awarded Broadway revivals have followed along with national tours, international productions, regional, educational and community productions.

    The Sound of Music remains the world’s most beloved musical. The celebrated score includes the title song plus Climb Ev’ry Mountain, My Favorite Things, and Edelweiss.

    Sponsored by Ed & Susan Maier and Charleston Area Medical Center.

    Purchase Tickets

  • The Sound of Music

    January 25, 2020 to January 26, 2020 — Charleston, Kanawha

    The Sound of Music

    Presented by the Charleston Light Opera Guild and the Clay Center

    • January 17, 18, & 25 at 7:30PM
    • January 19, 25, & 26 at 2:00PM

    The Charleston Light Opera Guild and the Clay Center present The Sound of Music in the Maier Performance Hall at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences.

    Set in 1938, The Sound of Music is based on Maria von Trapp’s autobiography The Story of the Trapp Family Singers. The original production starred Mary Martin and Theodore Bikel. It won five Tony Awards and was one of the longest running productions of the fifties. The 1965 film version co-starred Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer and won five Academy Awards. Several awarded Broadway revivals have followed along with national tours, international productions, regional, educational and community productions.

    The Sound of Music remains the world’s most beloved musical. The celebrated score includes the title song plus Climb Ev’ry Mountain, My Favorite Things, and Edelweiss.

    Sponsored by Ed & Susan Maier and Charleston Area Medical Center.

    Purchase Tickets

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