‘Bye Bye Birdie’ at Met this weekend
After seeing her brothers perform with the Morgantown Theatre Company, Rachel Moore decided to give it a shot as well.
More than 13 years later, she is still with the company, a group of people she calls her family, preparing for her next show this coming weekend.
Dance masters Pilobolus coming to WVU
They have appeared on “Late Night with Conan O’ Brien.” They have been featured on CBS’s “60 Minutes” and on “Sesame Street.”
Anna Jarvis Museum hosts Christmas tours
While you are sitting around this holiday season, make it a priority to spend time with your mom.
This is what Anna Jarvis, who is the founder of Mother’s Day, would have wanted.
‘Great Russian Nutcracker’ coming to WVU
Two dancers dance on stage in perfect rhythm, both holding a 10-foot wing.
Moving together, they eventually create one bird with a 20-foot wing span.
In the 20 years the Moscow Ballet has performed the “Great Russian Nutcracker,” this is a new twist to the show that mesmerizes the audience, said Sally Michael Keyes, national director of public relations.
Holiday Historic House Tour set Nov. 24
For 18 years, the Holiday Historic House Tour has been a highly anticipated event for the Marion County Historical Society.
The houses, which date back to the 1800s, have tremendous historical significance, according to historical society officials.
‘Tea with a Twist’ scheduled Dec. 8
Earlier this year, guests gathered at the Woman’s Club mansion for a Victorian Tea.
Soon, guests will be welcomed back into the mansion, which will be decorated for the Christmas holiday season, for another tea.
‘Inspirational’ Bishop to perform in Monongah
Years ago, the Rev. John Snyder enjoyed listening to Mark Bishop sing with his family’s band, The Bishops.
Starting at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Snyder and his guests will have an opportunity to witness his performance in person right in the heart of Monongah at Sunrise Chapel.
Civil War interpretation Oct. 27
It’s only in its first year, but Marion County Historical Society president Dora Grubb hopes it can become an annual event for those who have a passion for history, particularly with the Civil War era.
Fairview ready for Pumpkin Festival
A crowd of people watched last year in Fairview, as firefighters dropped pumpkins that were encapsulated in containers from a fire truck ladder more than 60 feet in the air.
Historical society’s dinner theater Oct. 6
While taking a class at Fairmont State University, Marion County Historical Society Museum administrator Jane Gilchrist was intrigued with the story of Susan Holt Camden.
For her first-person interpretation, she selected Camden as her character.
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