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Events for February 2018

  • FOOTbridge Award Concert

    February 03, 2018 — Charleston, Kanawha

    Honoring longtime fiddle instructor Cathy Grant. Jazz music from piano master Bob Thompson. Inspiration Gospel from Angie Richardson. Unaccompanied songs of Bare Bones.

    2018 February 3 – 7:30 PM

    Woman’s Club of Charleston

    1600 Virginia St E, Charleston

  • Valentine's Handmade Market

    February 10, 2018 — Shepherdstown, Jefferson

    20 local artists will be set up inside Town Run Taphouse in Shepherdstown for a Valentine shopping market on Saturday, February 10, 2018 from 10am to 4pm.

    Shop for locally crafted, unique gifts while enjoying food and drinks from the taphouse. Replenish Wellness of Charles Town will be doing free chair massages and each attendee will receive a door prize entry ticket for prizes donated by the artists. Organized by the Wild Rose Soap Co., participating artists with gifts such as soaps, lotion, honey, candles, pottery, knit wear, jewelry, silk scarves, paintings, purses, children’s gifts, and more.

    Location: 202 E Washinton St., Shepherdstown,WV

    See “Valentine’s Handmade Market” event on Facebook or contact Michelle at 202-525-6076 for more information.

  • Harpers Ferry Civil War Round Table

    February 14, 2018 — 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 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
  • West Virginia Symphony: Music of John Williams

    February 17, 2018 — Charleston, Kanawha


    Performing the genius works of John Williams, including iconic music from the Star Wars franchise.

    Saturday, February 17, 2018

    7:30 PM 9:30 PM

    Clay Center for the Arts & Sciences of WV

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