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Comfort Inn Virginia Horse Center

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62 Comfort Way, Lexington, VA, US, 24450

  • Phone: (540) 463-7311
  • Fax: (540) 463-4590
4.5 out of 5 (136 reviews)
91% of guests recommend this hotel

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Roanoke, Va - Brides Against Breast Cancer Charity Wedding Gown Sale
Sheraton Roanoke Hotel & Conference CenterJanuary 09, 2015 6:00 PM
2801 Hershberger Road
Roanoke, VA 24017
Getting Married? Register Today. Join us for a unique opportunity to find the gown of your dreams at a remarkable price while helping make wishes and memory-making events come true.  When you purchase your special dress at a 'Brides Against Breast Cancer' charity wedding gown sale, you not only save hundreds -- even thousands of dollars -- you will help make a difference in the lives of those affected by breast cancer. To ensure that no one has to face cancer alone, Brides Against Breast Cancer contributes to programs for cancer patients and their families. Most gown prices range between $99 and $799*, including hundreds of beautiful new name brand and designer gowns valued up to $4,000.  *A selection of exclusive designer and couture gowns valued up to $20,000 are also available at an incredible 25% to 75% savings.    We gladly accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and debit cards.  Make a Difference by Volunteering!Without the dedication of our volunteers, Brides Against Breast Cancer would be unable to accomplish our mission. Make this a fun and rewarding group activity. Invite your co-workers, club, family and friends to join you in supporting this worthy cause. You will experience the joy of assisting a new bride as she chooses her "dream gown" while meeting some of the nicest people! If you would like to volunteer for our Brides Against Breast Cancer event send an email to moreinfoplease@bridesabc.org.Sponsorship opportunities available, please contact apaulishak@bridesabc.org for more information.
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Coastal Carolina Chanticleers at Liberty Flames Basketball
Vines CenterJanuary 10, 2015 7:00 PM
1971 University Boulevard
Lynchburg, VA 24506
The Coastal Carolina Chanticleers represents the athletic programs and intercollegiate teams of Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina. An NCAA Division I school, the university competes in the Big South Conference and the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). Coastal Carolina's football program was founded in 2003 and won its first of several Big South Conference championships just a year later. The university hosts a number of other men's and women's athletic programs as well, including baseball, basketball, soccer, softball, tennis, volleyball and cross country.
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Kroger Stampede Championship Rodeo
Salem Civic CenterJanuary 10, 2015 7:30 PM
1001 Roanoke Boulevard
Salem, VA 24153
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East Tennessee State Buccaneers at VMI Keydets Basketball
Cameron HallJanuary 17, 2015 1:00 PM
North Main Street & Diamond Street
Lexington, VA 24450
The East Tennessee Buccaneers represents the athletic programs and intercollegiate teams of East Tennessee University in Johnson City, Tennessee. The school is a member of the NCAA's Division I and competes in the Atlantic Sun Conference. ETSU supports a number of men's and women's sports, including baseball, cross country and golf teams, though its most popular and successful programs are its basketball and football squads.
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The Mantras
Martin's Downtown Bar & GrillJanuary 17, 2015 10:00 PM
413 1st Street SW
Roanoke, VA 24011
The Mantras are a family of rock; their closely knit bonds can truly be felt by the crowd whilst the band performs. This is a critical feature of their community. One can easily tell that the musical pockets created by the likes of dueling guitars, gut checked baselines, screeching synthesizers, a complete projection light show and two incredibly symbiotic drummers are no accident. This group of people knows each other and the musical conversation on stage is simply beautiful to watch. The feeling is not exclusive just to the members on stage. The Mantras loyal fan base can testify to the reciprocation of love between performer and attendee, a concert feature which can absolutely lock The Mantras into a new listeners brain, and shortly after forever into their rolodex of favorite bands. In a scene where it is sometimes difficult to stabilize a fan base and a consistent identity, The Mantras music is transcendent. It has all of the ebbs and flows, peaks and valleys and patterns of constriction and release that can hook someone for life. Each show is a story. Each story is unique.
In addition to the collaborative element between band and fans, The Mantras have shared the stage with some of the foremost titans of jam. Their most recent studio release, entitled Jam Bands Ruined My Life was recorded at Umphreys McGee, axe man Jake Cinnigers home studio, where Jake is featured on two tracks. Shortly thereafter recording, The Mantras opened for and shared the stage with Umphreys McGee members while performing the thumping single entitled, Kinetic Bump. In addition, The Mantras have collaborated with members of The String Cheese Incident, Tea Leaf Green, and Perpetual Groove among many others. The year 2013 saw The Mantras play over 180 shows, culminating in their annual Mantrabash music and arts festival, held in the beautiful back country of Ferguson, NC.
The festival stands as a testament to the loyalty of the fan base and the engagement of The Mantras within their local, regional, and national music communities. Attended by thousands, Mantrabash has become the landing spot for live music fans from all over the country to enjoy the hard work and dedication of The Mantras in addition to the other stellar musicians who appear over the 4 days.
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Maceo Parker
Shaftman Performance HallJanuary 18, 2015 7:30 PM
541 Luck Avenue Southwest
Roanoke, VA 24016
Undoubtedly one of the most respected living saxophonists, Maceo Parker has had a storied career helping redefine how brass instruments are used in the confines of modern music. Originally getting his start playing with James Brown's band in the mid 60s, Parker then went onto spend time with the legendary funk outfit Parliament Funkadelic and lead the charge for horn players voicing their strength as instrumentalists. More recently, Parker has been playing with Prince - even making appearances in 2007 at the Purple One's 21-night residency at the O2 arena in London.
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