Lewisburg First Friday
LEWISBURG, W.Va. -- Outdoors seems to be the theme for First Fridays after Five, from 5 to 9 p.m. June 7 in downtown Lewisburg.
DJ G.Biv will entertain in the city Greenspace by providing global beats and rhythms to the masses in a free show.
The Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center will host the third annual Plein Air Artists Show. Artists are invited set an easel on downtown sidewalks and sketch or paint. Their finished works will be exhibited in the visitors center through June 20. The public may vote for their favorite piece from 3:30 to 5:45 p.m. June 8.
Hill and Holler Bicycle Works will offer a bicycle repair clinic on the most common bike repairs during a ride. Sessions take place at 6 and 6:30 p.m. To reserve a place, email hillandhollerbi...@gmail.com or call the shop at 304-647-4429.
The Greenbrier Valley Quarterly will recognize several artists in reception at Harmony Ridge Gallery.
New pottery by Robert Hasselle will be displayed Cooper Gallery. Bella the Corner Gourmet will give complimentary samples from Fish Hawk Acres, a new line of West Virginia-produced foods.
There'll be music by Herding Cats at Plants Etc. and by Ron Kirk and Jay Frye of Pushin' String at the General Lewis Inn.
Crafts and wine
WESTON, W.Va. -- Appalachian music, food, arts and crafts will be featured during the Mountain Heritage and Wine Festival from 1 to 9 p.m. June 8 at the Roanoke Activity Plaza at Stonewall Resort, near Weston.
More than 50 vendors will have products for display and for sale.
This year's event also will showcase eight West Virginia wineries in Lambert's Wine Garden. Attendees age 21 or older can sample selections in a tented area from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Admission is $10 and includes a wine glass, corkscrew and wine samples.
Musicians scheduled to perform include Topography, Haley Slagel, The Weathered Road and the Hillbilly Gypsies. Johnny Staats and the Delivery Boys will headline the event.
Other activities will include a barnyard animal petting zoo, face painting and Mountain Echoes, who will present an "Appalachian Sampler" of stories. Jackson's Mill will present its "History Hitting the Road" demonstration throughout the afternoon and early evening. Additional activities will be available for children in the Roanoke Activity Plaza including mini golf, disc golf, arcade games, a rock wall and more. Hickory House BBQ and other food vendors will be onsite.
For guests staying at the resort, Little Sorrel, the resort's excursion boat, will offer tours of Stonewall Jackson Lake throughout the weekend. Canoes and kayaks are available.
There is a $5 per-car fee to enter the state park property. For additional information or reservations, contact Stonewall Resort at 304-269-7400 or visit www.stonewallresort.com.
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