EVENT: First Friday
WHERE: Downtown Lewisburg, WV
WHEN: Friday, October 4, 2013, 5pm-
Starting at 5pm, check out lots of fun happening in Downtown Lewisburg with First Friday:
Haunted Candlelit Tour filled with thrills, chills, and Fall fun at North House Museum. The Museum will be visited by a number of spirits who are yearning to tell our guests their tragic stories of curses, death and betrayal. Come walk the darkened hallways, listen for unexplained footsteps and prepare yourself for ghostly images. Tours will begin every 30 minutes. A “Pay What You Can” donation will go to support the Greenbrier Historical Society and North House Museum. 304-645-3398.
Stop by for Sweet Treats at Bella The Corner Gourmet. New candies, chocolates and a sip of wine and more. And Wear Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and 10% of your purchases that night will go to the WV Diagnostic Center for Breast and Cervical Cancer in Charleston, WV. 100 East Washington Street, 520-4921.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Harmony Ridge Gallery invites you to swing by to enter a drawing to win a “What Cancer Cannot Do …” Inspirational Wall Sign. 209 West Washington Street, 645-4333.
Stop by Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center for an evening of music, art & community awareness. Enjoy the sounds of Greenbrier East High School’s Second Block Rock from 5 to 5:30pm, Rainelle Elementary School’s 5th Grade Chorus from 6 to 6:30pm, Eastern Greenbrier Middle School’s 7th & 8th Grade Concert Choir from 7 to 7:30pm and Greenbrier Valley Theatre’ Teen Conservatory from 8 to 8:30pm. Greenbrier Artists will present a show entitled “Poetry Inspires Art”, based on five poems written by the artists. And finally, on display will be three locally handmade quilts as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Representatives from the Monroe County Cancer Awareness Team, Greenbrier Valley Breast Cancer Support Group and Robert C. Byrd Clinic will distribute information and answer questions. 200 W. Washington Street, 645-1000.
Django Burroughs performs on guitar and sings his original songs Plants Etc. 102 South Jefferson Street, 645-6910.
Ron Kirk and Jay Frye of “Pushin’ String” will perform at The General Lewis Inn from 5pm to 7pm. 301 East Washington Street, 645-2600.
The Historic Lewis Theatre invites people to stop by and enjoy a bag of complimentary fresh popcorn. 224 North Court Street, 645-6919.