Fridays in the Park – Beckley Events committee invites everyone to attend the 26thAnnual Friday in the Park series. The concert series is held weekly from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., through September 2nd, weather-permitting, at Word Park on Neville Street. Food vendors offer lunch items for sale. Entertainment during the month of June includes performances by Darrell Ramsey (also known as Double D) on June 10, Billy Payne on June 17, and Heaven’s Harmony on June 24.
Neville Street Market – The Neville Street Market will be open on Saturday, June 11thand June 25th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The market is open for vendors to sell arts and crafts, antiques, flea market items, produce and other products. Tickety Boo Mercantile located at 337 Neville Street organizes the market. Vendor spaces rent for $10 (discounts for multiple spaces or days) and $20 for food vendors. Local charities benefit from a percentage of the booth fees. The June 11th market will also feature the Women’s Resource Center’s Flip event and auction at Word Park. The market will be set up along a block of Neville Street and may expand into the parking lot beside the State Building. Neville Street traffic will be detoured at Woodlawn Avenue for booth set-up. For more information or vendor details, contact Tickety Boo Mercantile at 304-575-8202.
Annual June Motorcycle & Car Show – Beckley Events’ annual June Motorcycle & Car Show will be held on Saturday, June 25th along Neville & Main Streets from 5 – 8 p.m. The streets will be reserved for show line-up beginning at 5 pm and vehicle registration will take place from 5 – 6 pm. The vehicle entry fee is $15 and the first 70 registered will receive a t-shirt.
Everyone is invited to visit the show, check out the vehicles & enjoy free entertainment & activities. Live music will be offered from 5:30 – 7:30 pm, followed by a specialty awards presentation. Several food vendors will be on hand and children’s activities will be available.
Also that evening, The Raleigh Playhouse & Theatre will feature the movie “Grease”.