Proceeds will help Friends of the Poor develop their Men's Shop styled after Dress fo Success. Ticket includes food and drink.
Children will visit local habitats learn about the plants and animals that live there. We will investigate predator/pray relationships, the food chain, adaptations and life cycles through explorations and games.
Helen McCrory stars in National Theatre's new production of Eurpides' tragedy translated by Ben Power and directed by Carrie Cracknell. Runs one hour and 45 minutes.
The Chicory House and the Folklore Society present music by Ryck Kaiser on fiddle and accompanied by Jill Smnith on keyboard, along with calling by Bob Isaacs. No partner or previous experience is necessary. Those arriving early can join a pot-luck dinner starting at 6 p.m.; bring a dish-to-pass.
The annual festival includes a fine arts and photography show, chainsaw carving, wagon and pony rides, entertainment and food. See weaving, blacksmith, broom making, and glass-blowing demonstations and enjoy live entertainment. More than 40 food vendors will offer speciality items like apple butter, cider, and more.
A midnight screening of the legendary horror flick performed traditionally with film projection and live cast participation by Sweet Translucent Dreams. Recommended for mature audiences.
Program is offered at 6 and 8 p.m. Annual dramatic reading of works by Edgar Allan Poe.
Aspiring musicians, poets, storytellers, jugglers, actors, yodellers, dancers, etc. are welcome to share their talents.
Featuring live music by The Ragtag Rutabagas with Caller Laurie B., and of course, dancing. Beginners welcome.
This eighth annual SCOLA Volunteers for Literacy fundraiser offers champagne, coffee and tea and a huge variety of chocolate hors d'ouvres, desserts, and more.
Theatrical haunted house with high-tech special effects. Not recommended for children younger than 10. Admission to the 30th anniversary VIP event with Kris Williams of Ghost Hunters on Sept. 27 is $40.
Watch the chefs work at this outdoor barbecue patio boasting some of the most famous ribs in the region.
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