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June 8, 2015

Summer Events Happening Near You

Summer Events Happening Near You

Are you new to the area or need a mini “stay-cation”? Summer is right around the corner so to celebrate we wanted to let you know about some fun events that are happening in your area. It’s a great way to learn the area and be involved in your community. Let’s come together to welcome in the summer!

 

Valley OH

Bicentennial Edition, Presented by Mayor Kevin Kennedy

Join Mayor Kevin Kennedy for the bicentennial edition of his annual 5K Race. Come for the race and stay for a special 200 meter dash, music, prizes, food, face painting and more. Bring a friend, join a team or race solo. The entire family is welcome! All proceeds benefit scholarships for area students. Come out for a good cause as we celebrate our city’s bicentennial!

June 6th 8:30am

28114 Lorain Rd. N. Olmsted, OH 44070

 

Valley Martinsburg

ODD FEST

June 27 & 28

Oddfest is a group of events hosted by the Martinsburg-Berkeley CVB but presented by local businesses and organizations. Check out the map below to see some of the great events that will be taking place. And check back often for updates and additions.

The event locations will be all over the Berkeley County on June 27th and 28th, 2015

 

Valley Hagerstown

Saturday, 6/13/2015
3rd Annual HARC Hike for Hunger & Hope
Take a walk on the wild side with the 3rd annual HARC Hike for Hunger & Hope Date & Time: Saturday June 13, 2015. 5-mile, 10-mile, and 20-mile hike distances start at 7:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon respectively. Place: Appalachian Trail in Maryland. 5- and 10-mile hikers meet at Washington Monument State Park at noon and 7:00 a.m. respectively and are transported to their start points along the trail; 20-mile hikers meet at the Park and Ride at the intersection of Alternate Route 40 and State Route 67 just south of Boonsboro at 6:00 a.m. and are transported to their starting point in Harper’s Ferry, WV. Everyone will hike north on the trail and finish at Washington Monument State Park for food and celebration. Middletown, MD: The public is invited to join a guided hike of the wild and beautiful Appalachian Trail in Maryland from the West Virginia line in Harper’s Ferry north to Washington Monument State Park in Middletown, MD.
Time: 7 a.m.–noon
Location: Washington Monument State Park
Web Link: www.harccoalition.org/hike

 

Valley Williamsport

Every year on July 4th, the Town of Williamsport hosts a concert event and fireworks display in Byron Memorial Park! Generally, the event starts in the afternoon, continuing into the evening hours leading up to the Grand Fire Works Display. There are concessions for sale, musical entertainment and a special, patriotic performance by the Williamsport Community Band in the Bandstand. Before the Community Band performs, there is a short ceremony where we honor our country with the presentation of colors by the Harpers Ferry Honor Guard. Families and members of the community are encouraged to bring their chairs, blankets and even pop up shelters to enjoy the festivities.

July 4th in the Park
http://williamsportmd.gov/fourth_july_park.html

 

Fine Art Show and Sale

The Potomac River Artists Guild is celebrating fifteen years of “artistic comradery” with a two weekend show on July 10, 11, and 12 and July 17, 18 and 19 in the Shepherdstown Community Center located at German and King Streets in Shepherdstown, WV. The hours are Fridays, the 10th and 17th from 10:00 am – 8:00 pm, Saturdays, the 11th and 18th from 9:00 am – 8:00 pm and Sundays, the 12th and 19th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. On each Saturday, there will be an Open House from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm and is FREE and open to the public.

The “Guild” formed when several of the founding members were taking watercolor classes and formed a bond and friendship and decided to continue that friendship in a group dedicated to emerging artists providing a place to widen their artistic abilities as well as to display their work.

The Guild is made up of approximately 20 members, mostly from the Eastern Panhandle area. Our current artists paint in watercolor, oils, acrylics, pastels and other mediums.

For more information about the Guild or the Show, please visit our website at potomacriverartistsguild.org or contact Tom at 304.671.1669

 

VY Lexington

7/11/15

Summer Breeze Wine Festival

Rockbridge has “Gone to the Dogs”.  Join us for a special event to benefit the Augusta County Animal SPCA.  The animal shelter folks will be on hand with some of their furry friends who are in need of loving families.  Live music, tastings, and festival fun at the winery.  $10 admission includes wine tasting and souvenir glass. $5.00 of each admission goes directly to the SPCA.  D’Vine Wine Club members are free, but we are asking for the donation for the great cause. Kids are free with a can of pet food.   Lunch will be available for purchase.

12noon to 6pm

 

VY Dillsburg

The 100th Annual Dillsburg Farmer’s Fair is held October 12th-17th.
A week to celebrate the rural heritage that is still alive and strong in our area. A full schedule of events, contests, and games, some of the best food you’ll have all year!
The Community Building will display what you and your neighbors have been growing, canning, designing, sewing, baking, drawing, painting, and taking pictures of during the past year.
An amazing Arts and Crafts Fair will be held rain or shine on the grounds of the Dillsburg Elementary School
Other events include Fair Queen Pageant, Children’s events, including a Children’s parade. An Antique Car show, Antique Tractor show, Open Air and Flea Market, a Cute Baby contest, and so much more! For more information visit their website at dillsburgfarmersfair.org/