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62 Comfort Way, Lexington, VA, US, 24450

  • Phone: (540) 463-7311
  • Fax: (540) 463-4590
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Outdoor Activities

Steppin' In It
Pocahontas County Opera HouseMarch 28, 2015 7:30 PM
818 3rd Avenue
Marlinton, WV 24954
Toting an ample supply of vintage instruments and a sound that brings listeners back to the days of old-time radio, Steppin In It is determined to make a dent in the roots community. Hailing from Lansing, Michiganthe heart of Factory Town, USAthese young men pound out their own brand of roots combining old-time country, swing and blues. Together, they achieve the seemingly impossible task of making the most traditional sounds contemporary playing what Performing Songwriter Magazine calls "some of the liveliest and most rocking acoustic roots music around." Upright Bassist Dominic Suchyta and multi-instrumentalist brothers Andy and Joe Wilson compliment the strong songwriting talents of singer/songwriter Josh Davis, whose haunting vocals paint a picture of rural and urban Michigan breaking its blue-collar back under troubled times.
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Step Afrika
Shaftman Performance HallMarch 29, 2015 2:00 PM
541 Luck Avenue Southwest
Roanoke, VA 24016
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Guys and Dolls
Roanoke Performing Arts TheatreMarch 31, 2015 7:30 PM
710 Williamson Road
Roanoke, VA 24016
Set in New York City in the 1940s, the Tony award-winning musical Guys and Dolls follows the criminal activities of a group of professional gamblers. Originally directed by George Kaufman, Guys and Dolls debuted in 1950 and won the Tony for best musical the following year. By 1955, the story had been adapted to the iconic film version, starring Vivian Blaine, who also performed in the original musical along with Marlon Brando, Jean Simmons and Frank Sinatra.
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Potluck
Pocahontas County Opera HouseApril 10, 2015 7:30 PM
818 3rd Avenue
Marlinton, WV 24954
Potluck is a feast of stories, songs, and poems that will satisfy your soul, lift your heart, and tickle your funny bone. Karen Vuranch, Julie Adams, and Colleen Anderson have gathered their very best and very favorite pieces about cookery and communityand the connections between theminto an hour-long live performance thats full to the brim with laughter and love. Karen Vuranch, who has been called West Virginias First Lady of Storytelling, tours throughout the U.S. and internationally. She is well-known for her Appalachian and multi-cultural stories, as well as for her one-women plays, Coal Camp Memories and Homefront. Her living history performances include author Pearl S. Buck, labor organizer Mother Jones, and humanitarian Clara Barton. Julie Adams is a singer/songwriter and, since 1983, featured vocalist for the internationally syndicated public radio show Mountain Stage, which is heard across the US and on Voice of America. She has performed with Kathy Mattea, Sarah McLachlan, Bruce Cockburn, Shawn Colvin, and many others. She has released five CDs, most recently Christmas Angel and Julie Adams and the Mountain Stage Band: Live, Volumes I and II. Colleen Anderson is a writer, designer, and songwriter whose work has been published by Redbook and Arts & Letters, among others. Her songs have been featured on Mountain Stage and The Folk Sampler, and she has released two collections, Fabulous Realities and Going Over Home. With Julie Adams, she leads an annual songwriting workshop, Sources of Song, at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico. Colleen owns and operates Mother Wit Writing and Design, a creative studio in Charleston.
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2015 Thomas Jefferson Craft Beer Tasting
Thomas Jefferson's Poplar ForestApril 11, 2015 11:00 AM
1542 Bateman Bridge Road
Forest, VA 24551
Join us as we explore one of Jeffersons household necessaries the pursuit of crafting and brewing beer. The tasting will feature craft beer brewers from the state of Virginia and neighboring states, live music from local bands Chamomile and Whiskey and Wysteria, local artisans, and area food vendors. Tours of Jefferson's retreat home will be available throughout the day for a discounted rate.   Breweries Include: Angry Orchard Hard Cider - Cincinatti, OH Apocalypse Ale Works - Forest, VA Bold Rock Hard Cider- Nellysford, VA Blue Mountain Brewery - Afton, VA Devil's Backbone Brewing Company - Roseland, VA Foothills Brewing- Winston-Salem, NC Old Bust Head Brewery- Warrenton, VA Parkway Brewing Company - Salem, VA Sierra Nevada Brewing Company- Chico, CA and Asheville, NC South Street Brewery- Charlottesville, VA Wild Wolf Brewing Company - Nellysford, VA   Admission      Now Until April 10th    At the festival    Non-Tasting Ticket            $10       $10  Admission + 10 Tastings             N/A       $25  Admission + 20 Tastings            $30       $35 Other: Admission includes a souvenir glass. *While supplies last.Admission + 10 Tastings is only available at the festival.Online tickets are available until midnight on April 10, 2015. Advance tickets available in the Museum Shop until 5 p.m. April 10, 2015.Tastings are approximately 5 oz. Maximum total number of tastings per individual is 20.Credit Cards are accepted at the front gate for entry into the festival.Must be 21 years and older to taste beer. The purchase of a tasting ticket requires proof of age at the gate.The beer tasting will occur rain or shine.No refunds.No outside food or drink is allowed on the propertyNo pets other than service animals permitted.
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Long Strange Night
Pocahontas County Opera HouseApril 11, 2015 7:30 PM
818 3rd Avenue
Marlinton, WV 24954
Many Opera House fans fondly recall the two standing-room-only performances of The Beatles tribute group Hard Day's Night The Band. Hard Days Night bandmates Will Newman and Tommy Cox are now teaming up with several special guests for a return to the Opera House stage. The new bands name is a play on The Beatles 1964 classic "Hard Day's Night" and a line from The Grateful Deads 1970 hit Truckin (What a long, strange trip its been). Fittingly the evening will feature a family-friendly combination of Beatles favorites, followed by a rocking set of Grateful Dead jams, making for another memorable night from Newman, Cox and their fellow musicians. This special performance is sponsored by Network Integration Specialists, Inc., of Richmond, Virginia.
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