Upcoming Events

Sep
26
Thu
WVU Tech Men’s Soccer – Home Games @ YMCA Paul Cline Memorial Youth Sports Complex
Sep 26 all-day

Come out and support the Golden Bears  – Men’s collegiate soccer team.

Home Games:

  • 9/26 – vs Asbury University 7pm
  • 9/28 vs Midway University 3pm (Homecoming)
  • 10/02 vs University of Maine at Fort Kent 7pm
  • 10/17 vs University of Rio Grande 7pm
  • 10/24 vs Point Park University 7pm
  • 10/26 vs Carlow University 3pm (Senior Day)

 

 

 

WVU Tech Women’s Soccer – Home Games @ YMCA Paul Cline Memorial Youth Sports Complex
Sep 26 all-day

Come out and support the Golden Bears  – Women’s collegiate soccer team.

Home Games:

  • 9/26 – vs Asbury University 5pm
  • 9/28 vs Midway University 5pm (Homecoming)
  • 10/17 vs University of Rio Grande 5pm
  • 10/24 vs Point Park University5pm
  • 10/26 vs Carlow University 5pm (Senior Day)

 

September Event at the Raleigh Playhouse & Theatre @ Raleigh Playhouse and Theatre
Sep 26 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

September 7 – “Labor Day Laughs” – a Grown and Sexy Comedy Show presented by GITRITE & 3D&Z Photography. Featuring Russchelle, Foster The Genius, Bubba J, Tish, GITRITE, Money Mike, Teruka B Carey, DJ Press and host Darrel H. Tickets: $20 at the door | 18+ | 8PM-11PM

September 13 – $5 ticket admission Major Paradigm: Seth Hughes – Vocals/ Guitar Zach Willis – Bass Trey Roebuck – Drums

September 21 – Mystery Horror Screening with guest Host Joey B!

Of his movie-going habits Joey says, “I love anything horror but I lean towards ghost stories. I’ve been a fan my whole life and was drawn to Friday the 13th movies at a very young age. I enjoy Stephen King books and movies, as well.”

In regards to his selection for this month’s Mystery Horror Screening he says, “The movie I picked is unique and should appeal to a variety of horror movie fans… It’s a Halloween season movie that came out somewhat recently with a few twists to it.” $5, recommended 16+

September 26 – Moonlight Sonata is a deeply personal memoir about a deaf boy growing up, his deaf grandfather growing old, and Beethoven the year he was blindsided by deafness and wrote his iconic sonata. Their lives weave a story about what we discover when we push beyond loss.

Cynthia Sayer @ Woodrow Wilson High School Auditorium
Sep 26 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Multi-award-winning instrumentalist/vocalist/bandleader Cynthia Sayer is acclaimed by musicians, critics, and fans alike as one of the top 4-string banjoists in the world today. Praised for her “drive and virtuosity” by the New York Times, Cynthia enchants audiences with her electrifying, swing-based performances and captivating stage presence wherever she appears.

Cynthia tours extensively with her bands and as a guest artist across four continents. Recent USA festival appearances include the 2018 Newport Jazz Festival, headlining at the 2017 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage festival, the 2017 Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, and numerous others.  An inductee into the American Banjo Hall of Fame, Sayer has been honored by multiple international jazz festivals as “Festival Favorite” and readers polls have named her “Favorite Living Banjo Player,” “First-Choice Headliner,” and “Best Banjo Player.” She is a 2019 Bistro Award winner, as well as a 2018 Triple Silver Medal winner of the Global Music Awards

Sep
27
Fri
Rocket Boys October Sky Festival @ Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine & Various other event locations
Sep 27 – Sep 28 all-day

This annual festival in it’s 22nd  year, will be held in Beckley for the eighth consecutive year. Held in past years in Coalwood, WV (where Homer Hickam and the Rocket Boys grew up)  the event will be staged at the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine/New River Park and various other venues in the area

Saturday’s events begin at 8am at New River Park. There will be crafts, specialty vendors, music and a rocket launch. You will be able to meet Homer Hickam and the Rocket Boys at the Festival as well as meet and greet other WV authors on ‘Writer’s Row”.