An exhibition featuring twenty-one regional artists, marks the 25th anniversary of the Beverley Street Studio School. It will run from June 23 through July 30 at the Beverley Street Galleries, 22 West Beverley Street, Staunton. An opening reception will be held on Friday, June 30, from 5:30 to 7:30.
Exceptional talent, divine music
that transports one to another realm – it all happens when the staff and students
of the Heifetz International Institute come to perform. For the whole family;
children are encouraged to attend. In the 2 nd floor Meeting Room. Open to all and
offered at no charge.
Beverley Street Studio School is proud to host Michael Twery’s exhibit, Painting in Tongues, fromAugust 4 through September 17, 2017. The exhibit opening is on Friday, August 4 at 22 West Beverley Street from 5:30pm – 7:30pm with an artist’s talk at 6:00pm. The event is free and open to the public.
We will have special glasses on hand with which to safely view this amazing event!
Staunton will have a good view of this eclipse, with between 85-90% coverage
around 2:30. Outside, weather permitting. Open to all and offered at no charge.
Staunton Public Library,
“25 Years in the Studio,” an exhibition featuring twenty-one regional artists, marks the 25th anniversary of the Beverley Street Studio School. It will run from June 23 through July 30
Blue Ridge Community College is conducting free information sessions from 5-7 p.m. No RSVP is needed. Participants can learn more about BRCC programs, services, and financial aid, and can even apply to the College and enroll for classes on-site. Locations and dates are:
•Waynesboro Library, Tuesday, June 20
•Lucy F. Simms Center-Harrisonburg, Wednesday, June 21
•Staunton Library, Thursday, June 22
•Churchville Library, Tuesday, June 27
•Elkton Community Center, Wednesday, June 28, note time: 4:30-6:30 pm
Exhibit opening at Beverley Street Studio School Gallery (22 West Beverley Street), Paintings by artist Ken Szmagaj. The opening is from 5:30 – 7:30pm with an artist’s talk at 6:00pm. The event is free and open to the public. The exhibit runs through Sunday, June 18, 2017.
BSSS turns 25 this year. Learn more
Join in for a free evening show at EccoHallow in Staunton VA.
Ångel will be performing a full set featuring both his new songs off his recent EP release 'Paper Rockets' as well as a few of his more pop singles.
Harrisonburg based electronic artist BODY DRAMA will close out the night with a improvised dance party set just in time to turn in early, or head downtown for more Saturday night escapades.
Join award-winning photographer Bob Schamerhorn for an educational and colorful presentation following Virginia’s diversity of bird life across the state and through the seasons. Program is open to all and offered at no charge. Meeting Room on the 2nd floor
BRCC professor Jason Barr lectures on the relationship between movie monsters like Godzilla and the surrounding culture. Sponsored by Cultural Affairs.
Contact: Jessica Martinkosky; firstname.lastname@example.org; 453-2343
For show details and address, RSVP to Chuck at: email@example.com
Watch video @ http://www.bandsintown.com/event/14025046-nora-jane-struthers-staunton-troutman-residence-2017?artist=Nora+Jane+Struthers&came_from=193
Join us as we go over the basics of what you can do with a Google account, from email to cloud photo storage to creating online documents, sheets and presentations, . Classes at the Library are open to all and offered at no charge. 2nd floor Meeting Room
Artwork from people who have struggled with mental health challenges - 10th Annual Mental Health Art Show to be held at the R. R. Smith Center in Staunton. questions can be directed to Rachel Isak, 540-332-8176 or rachel.Isak.@dbhds.virginia.gov.
BRCC Plecker Workforce Center
Network with over 40 employers to learn about job/internship opportunities. Professional photo head shots available for students. Bring your résumé and dress for success. Open to the community as well.
Contact: Latoya Garrison; garrisonL@brcc.edu; 453-2596
Final installment in a monthly reading series curated by poet Cynthia Atkins and sponsored by Cultural Affairs. Featuring authors Angela Carter and Richard Peabody, with music by Raymond Hebert. FAC Theater V135
Contact: Jennifer Whitmore; firstname.lastname@example.org; 453-2380
A 2 day arts festival of our region’s weird, wild, and wondrous to explore the theme of “We are not other. We are of a kind.”
Downtown Staunton (The Kettle, The American Hotel, and Cranberry’s Grocery)
Festival entry is $5 and tickets to individual events is $10.
Finnish performers infuse traditional folk songs with a new and appealing musical vibe. Bring your lunch or have a slice of pizza generously donated by Domino’s and the Friends of the Staunton Library. Library concerts are open to all and offered at no charge. 2nd floor Meeting Room.
Friends support the Library and book sales are their major source of funds. The sale takes place on the 2nd floor of the Library. Saturday is Bag Day! Fill a bag with books for only $1. After 1 pm, non-profit organizations, students, and teachers can get books free of charge.
Friends support the Library and book sales are their major source of funds. The sale takes place on the 2 nd floor of the Library. Saturday is Bag Day! Fill a bag with books for only $3. After 1 pm, non-profit organizations, students, and teachers can get books free of charge.
The Friends support the Library. Book sales are their major
fund raisers. The Book Sale takes place on the 2nd floor of the Library. You may
join the Friends this evening to be admitted to the Members’ Preview for the best
selection. Most items are priced between $.25 and $2.00.