WQSV presents: Speakeasy 2018, a Roaring 20's themed fundraiser @ The Kettle in downtown Staunton.
Live music from The Judy Chops.
Hors d'oeuvres from Eric Stamer Catering.
A silent auction, a photo booth, a cash bar, party favors & a raffle.
Early bird tickets are available @ Yelping Dog and Fretwell Bass until February 28th for $45 & include:
-Admission for one (with the secret password)
-One Grand Prize raffle ticket
-One drink ticket
-Party favor bag
The event is sponsored by:
First Bank, The YMCA, Marden Press & Huss & Dalton Guitars
All proceeds benefit your community radio station, WQSV!
The up and coming young acoustic string band, The Wildmans, come from the hills of Floyd, Virginia, in the heart of the Appalachian mountain music tradition. From campsite jamming at festivals and fiddler's conventions and classical music education comes the foundation for musical exploration that sets this group apart, taking the audience on a musical journey that reflects the growth and passion of these talented young musicians.
The band features the precocious talents of siblings Eli on mandolin and Aila on fiddle and vocals, family friend and award winning old time banjo player Victor Furtado, all backed up by mom Deb Wildman on bass. Highly skilled instrumentals and soulful vocals applied to traditional tunes with a smattering of old time, bluegrass, blues, and jazz combine to create a fresh new sound - old tunes fueled by young spirit.
Their set combines fiddle tunes, ballads and folk songs of the Appalachian tradition with twentieth century classics, as well as original instrumental compositions by band members Eli and Victor.
The group has appeared on stages large and small, performing in festivals such as Red Wing Roots, Chantilly Farm's Bluegrass and BBQ festival, RoosterWalk, Floyd Fest, and Floyd Yoga Jam. They also regularly represent young talent along the Crooked Road in regional fiddler’s conventions, and the Blue Ridge Music Center in Galax invited the group to open for the Steep Canyon Rangers in July 2017. Having shared the stage with talents such as Danny Knicely, Sammy Shelor, Sierra Hull, Billy Strings, Darol Anger and Joe K. Walsh, these young musicians are making their way in the American stringband scene.
Doors open at 7pm, show starts at about 7:30 - Parking on Harrison Street -- BYOB, refrigerator available, wine glasses and water provided -- $20 suggested donation
Registration starts at 10 AM. Ride starts at 11 AM.
Live music 1- 2:30 PM. Food & Drinks Available!
Sponsored by Shenandoah Harley Davidson & Salvation Army.
Come on down to 24 W. Beverley Street in Staunton and get some groovy one of a kind gifts for your friends and loved ones! There's going to balloons, refreshments, free stickers, door prizes and any other clever gimick we can think of. This is sure to be a shopping event you do NOT want to miss!
The Finale event has now been set, for Saturday, November 11, 3-6 pm, at Shenandoah Valley Brewing in Downtown Staunton. It will feature drink specials and entertainment by Carmel of Spectacle & Mirth and Boxcar Speakeasy! There will also be mini-hunts and other games with great prizes, so if you aren't the one to find the big treasure you still won't leave empty handed! See you there, and in the meantime, Happy Hunting!
THE HUNT HAS BEGUN!!
Traipse and WQSV have hidden treasure in Staunton area. You can find clues to the treasure by:
- Tuning into 106.3 WQSV Staunton
- Using the Traipse App
- Following WQSV Radio and Traipse on social media
- Looking out for more info at www.traipse.co/treasureh...unt
The first to find it will win a prize package of at least $500 cash and more than $1000 in total value. WILL IT BE YOU??
Winners will be announced at the closing party in Downtown Staunton the weekend of November 11-12 (details to come).
Until then, good luck finding the treasure!
It’s that wonderful time of year again when the Art Center transforms its exhibition galleries into a merry, full boutique of juried fine art and fine craft. Over 60 participating artists and artisans offer unique items that will make your gift giving memorable, purposeful and affordable. Extended gallery hours through December 30 are 10-6 Monday-Saturday and 1-4 Sunday afternoons (closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve). Congratulations to all the participating artists.
Relay For Life of Augusta County (Staunton/Waynesboro/Augusta County) will host a 2018 kick-off celebration Sunday, September 17th from 3:00-5:00 at Preston L. Yancey Fire Company (2015 Jefferson Hwy, Fishersville). Relay For Life is the signature event of the American Cancer Society and is not only a fundraiser to help create a world free from the suffering caused by cancer but is also about community uniting to take action for lifesaving change. Cone join us and find out who, what, where, why and how you can help provide life saving programs and research for all affected by cancer!
Marquis Memorial UMC will be selling Barbeque Chicken halves for $4.00 per half. The chicken will be ready approximately 9:00 AM at the Churchville Community Park. Pre-orders recommended. Please, call 886-1176 or 886-4055. Pre-orders can be picked up at the church after 10:30 AM. There will also be a yard sale beginning at 7:00 AM in the church social hall parking lot (corner of West Beverley and Hays). A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life.
Staunton Senior Center is hosting it's Indoor Yard Sale Fundraiser. Bargain prices on glassware, books, bedspreads, Beanie Babies, handcrafted fabric items, etc. SSC is located at 300 Churchville Ave. in the former Lee High School. Thank you for supporting your local senior center. The sale runs from 8:30-4 daily.
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,
Tickets are $10 and available at the door. Kids 12 and under get in free!
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We are proud to present WHARF RAT MUSIC & ART FESTIVAL with the following vendors:
The Record Groove
Beverley Cigar Store
Beverley St. Collectibles
Perry Neal Books and Soaps
Dirty Bean Food Truck
Valley Conservation Council
Blue Mountain Brewery
Overlook Farms Herbal Remedies
Susan Morris Tie Dye Shirts
Jessie Rublee Ceramics
Saturday Family Matinee: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Summer Movies in the Meeting Room
This Harry Potter spin-off stars Eddie Redmayne as the wizard Newt Scamander, exploring America in the 1920s. In the 2nd 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.
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 2nd floor Meeting Room. Open to all and
offered at no charge.
“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
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.
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.
Confused about the new features of your computer upgrade? Join us for an overview of Windows 10 basics. Bring your own laptop or use one of ours, first come first served. Class is open to all and offered at no charge. 2 nd floor Meeting Room,