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  • 0727d6d552_public_screening5_sq Vietnam: West Virginians Remember public screening

    September 07, 2017 — Morgantown, Monongalia

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember is a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of five West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain. Premieres Thursday, September 14 at 8pm on WVPB, encore broadcasts Sept 17 & 24 at 7 p.m.

    Public screenings will take place

    • Sept. 7, 2pm: WNPB-TV, Morgantown
    • Sept. 9, 1pm: University of Charleston Riggleman Auditorium
    • Sept. 11, 11am: Shady Spring Library
    • Sept. 11, 6pm: Vienna Public Library
    • Sept. 11, 7pm: Reynolds Hall, Shepherdstown
    • Sept. 12, 6:00pm: Burnsville Library
    • Sept. 12, 6:30pm: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Theater
    • Sept. 14, 6:30pm: Bluefield Performing Arts Center
    • Sept. 15, 2pm: Concord University Fine Arts Theater
    • Sept. 27, 4:00pm: West Virginia University Mountainlair Gluck Theater
    • Sept. 29, 12pm: Brooke County Library
    • Nov. 10, 7:00pm: Ohio County Public Library

    More information on screening locations

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • Vietnam: West Virginians Remember public screening

    September 09, 2017 — Charleston, Kanawha WVHC Event

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember is a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of five West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain. Premieres Thursday, September 14 at 8pm on WVPB, encore broadcasts Sept 17 & 24 at 7 p.m.

    Public screenings will take place

    • Sept. 7, 2pm: WNPB-TV, Morgantown
    • Sept. 9, 1pm: University of Charleston Riggleman Auditorium
    • Sept. 11, 11am: Shady Spring Library
    • Sept. 11, 6pm: Vienna Public Library
    • Sept. 11, 7pm: Reynolds Hall, Shepherdstown
    • Sept. 12, 6:00pm: Burnsville Library
    • Sept. 12, 6:30pm: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Theater
    • Sept. 14, 6:30pm: Bluefield Performing Arts Center
    • Sept. 15, 2pm: Concord University Fine Arts Theater
    • Sept. 27, 4:00pm: West Virginia University Mountainlair Gluck Theater
    • Sept. 29, 12pm: Brooke County Library
    • Nov. 10, 7:00pm: Ohio County Public Library

    To read more information on screening locations

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • 0727d6d552_public_screening5_sq Vietnam: West Virginians Remember public screening

    September 11, 2017 — Shepherdstown, Jefferson WVHC Event

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember is a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of five West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain. Premieres Thursday, September 14 at 8pm on WVPB, encore broadcasts Sept 17 & 24 at 7 p.m.

    Public screenings will take place

    • Sept. 7, 2pm: WNPB-TV, Morgantown
    • Sept. 9, 1pm: University of Charleston Riggleman Auditorium
    • Sept. 11, 11am: Shady Spring Library
    • Sept. 11, 6pm: Vienna Public Library
    • Sept. 11, 7pm: Reynolds Hall, Shepherdstown
    • Sept. 12, 6:00pm: Burnsville Library
    • Sept. 12, 6:30pm: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Theater
    • Sept. 14, 6:30pm: Bluefield Performing Arts Center
    • Sept. 15, 2pm: Concord University Fine Arts Theater
    • Sept. 27, 4:00pm: West Virginia University Mountainlair Gluck Theater
    • Sept. 29, 12pm: Brooke County Library
    • Nov. 10, 7:00pm: Ohio County Public Library

    To read more information on screening locations

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • Vietnam: West Virginians Remember public screening

    September 11, 2017 — Shady Spring, Raleigh WVHC Event

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember is a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of five West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain. Premieres Thursday, September 14 at 8pm on WVPB, encore broadcasts Sept 17 & 24 at 7 p.m.

    Public screenings will take place

    • Sept. 7, 2pm: WNPB-TV, Morgantown
    • Sept. 9, 1pm: University of Charleston Riggleman Auditorium
    • Sept. 11, 11am: Shady Spring Library
    • Sept. 11, 6pm: Vienna Public Library
    • Sept. 11, 7pm: Reynolds Hall, Shepherdstown
    • Sept. 12, 6:00pm: Burnsville Library
    • Sept. 12, 6:30pm: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Theater
    • Sept. 14, 6:30pm: Bluefield Performing Arts Center
    • Sept. 15, 2pm: Concord University Fine Arts Theater
    • Sept. 27, 4:00pm: West Virginia University Mountainlair Gluck Theater
    • Sept. 29, 12pm: Brooke County Library
    • Nov. 10, 7:00pm: Ohio County Public Library

    To read more information on screening locations

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • Vietnam: West Virginians Remember public screening

    September 11, 2017 — Vienna, Wood WVHC Event

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember is a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of five West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain. Premieres Thursday, September 14 at 8pm on WVPB, encore broadcasts Sept 17 & 24 at 7 p.m.

    Public screenings will take place

    • Sept. 7, 2pm: WNPB-TV, Morgantown
    • Sept. 9, 1pm: University of Charleston Riggleman Auditorium
    • Sept. 11, 11am: Shady Spring Library
    • Sept. 11, 6pm: Vienna Public Library
    • Sept. 11, 7pm: Reynolds Hall, Shepherdstown
    • Sept. 12, 6:00pm: Burnsville Library
    • Sept. 12, 6:30pm: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Theater
    • Sept. 14, 6:30pm: Bluefield Performing Arts Center
    • Sept. 15, 2pm: Concord University Fine Arts Theater
    • Sept. 27, 4:00pm: West Virginia University Mountainlair Gluck Theater
    • Sept. 29, 12pm: Brooke County Library
    • Nov. 10, 7:00pm: Ohio County Public Library

    To read more information on screening locations

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • Vietnam: West Virginians Remember public screening

    September 12, 2017 — Burnsville, Braxton WVHC Event

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember is a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of five West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain. Premieres Thursday, September 14 at 8pm on WVPB, encore broadcasts Sept 17 & 24 at 7 p.m.

    Public screenings will take place

    • Sept. 7, 2pm: WNPB-TV, Morgantown
    • Sept. 9, 1pm: University of Charleston Riggleman Auditorium
    • Sept. 11, 11am: Shady Spring Library
    • Sept. 11, 6pm: Vienna Public Library
    • Sept. 11, 7pm: Reynolds Hall, Shepherdstown
    • Sept. 12, 6:00pm: Burnsville Library
    • Sept. 12, 6:30pm: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Theater
    • Sept. 14, 6:30pm: Bluefield Performing Arts Center
    • Sept. 15, 2pm: Concord University Fine Arts Theater
    • Sept. 27, 4:00pm: West Virginia University Mountainlair Gluck Theater
    • Sept. 29, 12pm: Brooke County Library
    • Nov. 10, 7:00pm: Ohio County Public Library

    To read more information on screening locations

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • Vietnam: West Virginians Remember public screening

    September 12, 2017 — Huntington, Cabell WVHC Event

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember is a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of five West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain. Premieres Thursday, September 14 at 8pm on WVPB, encore broadcasts Sept 17 & 24 at 7 p.m.

    Public screenings will take place

    • Sept. 7, 2pm: WNPB-TV, Morgantown
    • Sept. 9, 1pm: University of Charleston Riggleman Auditorium
    • Sept. 11, 11am: Shady Spring Library
    • Sept. 11, 6pm: Vienna Public Library
    • Sept. 11, 7pm: Reynolds Hall, Shepherdstown
    • Sept. 12, 6:00pm: Burnsville Library
    • Sept. 12, 6:30pm: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Theater
    • Sept. 14, 6:30pm: Bluefield Performing Arts Center
    • Sept. 15, 2pm: Concord University Fine Arts Theater
    • Sept. 27, 4:00pm: West Virginia University Mountainlair Gluck Theater
    • Sept. 29, 12pm: Brooke County Library
    • Nov. 10, 7:00pm: Ohio County Public Library

    To read more information on screening locations

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • The Architect of West Virginia: Senator Robert C. Byrd

    September 12, 2017 — Huntington, Cabell WVHC Event

    During this presentation, Damien Arthur, will explore Robert C. Byrd’s tenure on the Senate Appropriations Committee, a position that wielded great power and influence, as it sets national spending and policy priorities. He will offers a noteworthy look at a controversial politician’s leadership and effect on West Virginia. 6:00PM September 12 at Drinko Library, Marshall University.

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • Harpers Ferry Civil War Round Table

    September 13, 2017 — Harpers Ferry, Jefferson

    Join the Harpers Ferry Civil War Round Table this year for its series of stimulating lectures and dinners. Dinners will be at 6:30 pm, with programs following at 7:30 pm on the second Wednesday of each month, at Camp Hill-Wesley United Methodist Church, 645 W. Washington St., Harpers Ferry. Programs are free and open to all, but dinners are by reservation only. Contact Chris Craig at ccraig@laurellodge.com to be added to the monthly announcement list.

    Schedule of 2017-18 programs:

    • Sept. 13 – Dennis Frye, Chief Historian, HFNHP: “Did McClellan outthink Lee during the First Invasion?”
    • Oct. 11 – Gary Gimble, Author and President, Falling Waters Battlefield Association: “Is That Stonewall?”
    • Nov. 8 – John Chapman, Longtime area relic hunter: “Three Decades Chasing Early and Sheridan through Jefferson County with my Metal Detector”
    • Dec. 13 – Joe Mieczkowski, Author and Battlefield Guide, Gettysburg National Military Park: “Gettysburg in Sight and Sound.”
    • Jan. 10 – Bob O’ Connor, Author and local historian: “Southern Oasis at Gettysburg”
    • Feb. 14 – Dr. John Splaine, Author and former C-Span consultant: “The Lincoln-Douglas Debates”
    • March 14 – William Miller, Noted Civil War author: “The Battle of Tom’s Brook”
    • April 11 – Ted Alexander, Former Park Historian, Antietam National Battlefield: “The Burning of Chambersburg”
    • May 9 – Mike Cannane, Historian and volunteer guide, Kernstown Battlefield Association: “The Battle of Second Kernstown”
    • June 13 – TBA Concert
  • Vietnam: West Virginians Remember public screening

    September 14, 2017 — Bluefield, Mercer WVHC Event

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember is a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of five West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain. Premieres Thursday, September 14 at 8pm on WVPB, encore broadcasts Sept 17 & 24 at 7 p.m.

    Public screenings will take place

    • Sept. 7, 2pm: WNPB-TV, Morgantown
    • Sept. 9, 1pm: University of Charleston Riggleman Auditorium
    • Sept. 11, 11am: Shady Spring Library
    • Sept. 11, 6pm: Vienna Public Library
    • Sept. 11, 7pm: Reynolds Hall, Shepherdstown
    • Sept. 12, 6:00pm: Burnsville Library
    • Sept. 12, 6:30pm: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Theater
    • Sept. 14, 6:30pm: Bluefield Performing Arts Center
    • Sept. 15, 2pm: Concord University Fine Arts Theater
    • Sept. 27, 4:00pm: West Virginia University Mountainlair Gluck Theater
    • Sept. 29, 12pm: Brooke County Library
    • Nov. 10, 7:00pm: Ohio County Public Library

    To read more information on screening locations

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • Vietnam: West Virginians Remember public screening

    September 15, 2017 — Athens, Mercer WVHC Event

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember is a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of five West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain. Premieres Thursday, September 14 at 8pm on WVPB, encore broadcasts Sept 17 & 24 at 7 p.m.

    Public screenings will take place

    • Sept. 7, 2pm: WNPB-TV, Morgantown
    • Sept. 9, 1pm: University of Charleston Riggleman Auditorium
    • Sept. 11, 11am: Shady Spring Library
    • Sept. 11, 6pm: Vienna Public Library
    • Sept. 11, 7pm: Reynolds Hall, Shepherdstown
    • Sept. 12, 6:00pm: Burnsville Library
    • Sept. 12, 6:30pm: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Theater
    • Sept. 14, 6:30pm: Bluefield Performing Arts Center
    • Sept. 15, 2pm: Concord University Fine Arts Theater
    • Sept. 27, 4:00pm: West Virginia University Mountainlair Gluck Theater
    • Sept. 29, 12pm: Brooke County Library
    • Nov. 10, 7:00pm: Ohio County Public Library

    To read more information on screening locations

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • The Acoustic Living Room: Songs & Stories with Kathy Mattea feat. Bill Cooley

    September 15, 2017 — Lewisburg, Greenbrier

    Grammy Award-winning singer Kathy Mattea and her longtime collaborator, guitarist Bill Cooley, have shared one of Nashville’s most musically rich partnerships for more than two decades. The duo meets as old friends, welcoming you into The Acoustic Living Room to share songs and stories near and dear to their hearts. 7:30PM September 15 at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg.

    More information and tickets

  • Revelations in Research, Storer College Edition

    September 16, 2017 — Harpers Ferry, Jefferson

    Revelations in Research, Storer College Edition

    Date: September 16, 2017

    Time: 2 pm

    Location: Lower Town, John Brown Museum, Allies for Freedom Room

    How do park rangers know the history of Storer College? Join rangers for a presentation about how they conduct research and what they have found concerning Storer College.

    More information

  • Discovery of the X-Ray

    September 19, 2017 — Martinsburg, Berkeley WVHC Event

    Dr. Christopher Alewine will lecture on Wilhelm Roentgen (1845-1923) who discovered the X-Ray and received the first Nobel Prize ever awarded. The presentation is part of the Pylon Medical History Lecture Series. Sculpted by the late Milton Horn, the pylons of WVU Health Sciences Center are an iconic representation of art, history, and education in the form of seven foot marble pillars. The originals are housed at Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown and a replica set are displayed at WVU Charleston Division. A third set will be unveiled in Martinsburg on August 16. The lecture series will discuss each scene of the pylon and its relationship to the history of medicine.

    September 19 at 6:30PM at WVU Health Sciences Center – Eastern Division in Martinsburg

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • Letters From Liberia

    September 21, 2017 — Charles Town, Jefferson WVHC Event

    Using the African Colonization movement and 25 letters written (1831-1860) from its colony – Liberia – by Jefferson County African Americans, the program will offer a window into antebellum black life in Jefferson County and the varied and complex daily lives and views of black and white Jefferson Countians as the nation became more polarized over the issue of slavery.

    7:00PM September 21 at Fishermen’s Hall in Charles Town.

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • Downtown Charleston ArtWalk

    September 21, 2017 — Charleston, Kanawha

    With exciting and unique offerings around every corner, Downtown Charleston ArtWalk celebrates the arts on the third Thursday each month March through December, except in November and June when the event falls on Black Friday and the week of FestivALL, respectively. Specific 2017 dates are below. ​ There is a plethora of art related events and openings, activities, and special programming that take place all over downtown.

    • March 16
    • April 20
    • May 18
    • June 22 (FestivALL)
    • July 20
    • Aug. 17
    • Sept. 21
    • Oct. 19
    • Nov. 24 (Black Friday)
    • Dec. 21

    http://www.artwalkcwv.com/2016schedule

  • Jazz Feast

    September 23, 2017 — Tamarack, Raleigh

    Jazz Feast mixes southern flavors with smooth jazz. This dinner features a low country boil and many other unqiue creole style dishes while guests enjoy music from The Chris Oxley Quartet.

    Saturday, September 23rd from 6:30 – 9:00 PM at Tamarack

    Dinner will take place outside on our Terrace | Cash Bar

    See the menu and purchase tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/jazz-feast-tickets-37386158005

  • Creators Workshop: 3D Animation Workshop

    September 23, 2017 — Charleston, Kanawha

    Want to create your own worlds? Better yet, blow ’em up – and let the computer calculate the physics for explosions, smoke, and fire. This Creators fan favorite, hands-on workshop will introduce beginners to Blender, a powerful, open-source 3D software that is available as a FREE download. A series of exercises will send you flying through 3D space. Learn the basics of sculpting your own sets and characters and how to animate and render your own 3D CGI videos. Anything is possible with animation!

    Gilliland has extensive experience in both live-action and animated filmmaking. He has worked as a cinematographer, videographer, and editor on scores of projects including documentaries, commercials, and music videos. He has production designer credits on three feature films. He has conducted dozens of workshops for all ages – from elementary school students to Elderhostel scholars. He has given presentations for organizations such as the West Virginia Governor’s Honors Academy, the West Virginia Filmmakers’ Guild, and the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania, Africa. He has enjoyed learning from his own students as a faculty member in West Virginia State University’s Department of Communications for the past 30 years.

    Cost- $20 Public / Free for WVSU Students with ID

    WVSU EDC, 1506 Kanawha Blvd West. Charleston, WV 25387

    Sat, September 23, 2017, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT

    Registration required

  • Cedar Lakes Crafts

    September 24, 2017 to September 29, 2017 — Cedar Lakes Conference Center, Jackson

    A lineup of eight workshops are available September 24-29 at Cedar Lakes Conference Center. Learn landscape quilting, watercolors, basketry, photography, woodcarving, woodturning, nature printing or bowed psaltery.

  • 0727d6d552_public_screening5_sq Vietnam: West Virginians Remember public screening

    September 27, 2017 — Morgantown, Monongalia WVHC Event

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember is a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of five West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain. Premieres Thursday, September 14 at 8pm on WVPB, encore broadcasts Sept 17 & 24 at 7 p.m.

    Public screenings will take place

    • Sept. 7, 2pm: WNPB-TV, Morgantown
    • Sept. 9, 1pm: University of Charleston Riggleman Auditorium
    • Sept. 11, 11am: Shady Spring Library
    • Sept. 11, 6pm: Vienna Public Library
    • Sept. 11, 7pm: Reynolds Hall, Shepherdstown
    • Sept. 12, 6:00pm: Burnsville Library
    • Sept. 12, 6:30pm: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Theater
    • Sept. 14, 6:30pm: Bluefield Performing Arts Center
    • Sept. 15, 2pm: Concord University Fine Arts Theater
    • Sept. 27, 4:00pm: West Virginia University Mountainlair Gluck Theater
    • Sept. 29, 12pm: Brooke County Library
    • Nov. 10, 7:00pm: Ohio County Public Library

    To read more information on screening locations

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • Vietnam: West Virginians Remember public screening

    September 29, 2017 — Wellsburg, Brooke WVHC Event

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember is a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of five West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain. Premieres Thursday, September 14 at 8pm on WVPB, encore broadcasts Sept 17 & 24 at 7 p.m.

    Public screenings will take place

    • Sept. 7, 2pm: WNPB-TV, Morgantown
    • Sept. 9, 1pm: University of Charleston Riggleman Auditorium
    • Sept. 11, 11am: Shady Spring Library
    • Sept. 11, 6pm: Vienna Public Library
    • Sept. 11, 7pm: Reynolds Hall, Shepherdstown
    • Sept. 12, 6:00pm: Burnsville Library
    • Sept. 12, 6:30pm: Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Theater
    • Sept. 14, 6:30pm: Bluefield Performing Arts Center
    • Sept. 15, 2pm: Concord University Fine Arts Theater
    • Sept. 27, 4:00pm: West Virginia University Mountainlair Gluck Theater
    • Sept. 29, 12pm: Brooke County Library
    • Nov. 10, 7:00pm: Ohio County Public Library

    To read more information on screening locations

    This project is funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

  • Screening of "Vietnam: West Virginians Remember," a documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting

    September 29, 2017 — Wellsburg, Brooke

    A documentary from West Virginia Public Broadcasting featuring the experiences of 5 West Virginia combat soldiers. Per capita, West Virginians served the most and died the most in Vietnam. It lives on as America’s most controversial war – with questions unanswered, lessons not learned, and for veterans who survive, including thousands of West Virginians, haunting memories remain.

    Popcorn will be provided.

    It will start at noon at the Brooke County Public Library in Wellsburg. http://wellsburg.lib.wv.us/

    Vietnam: West Virginians Remember was funded in part by a West Virginia Humanities Council grant.

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