Apr 28, 2017 - May 16, 2017
The Morgantown Public Library is starting a chess club that will meet the third Tuesday of every month from 6pm-8pm. All ages and skill levels are welcome. We even provide the chess boards. This is FREE and open to the public.
Apr 28, 2017 - May 12, 2017
This event occurs daily, every 1 day(s).
The West Virginia University School of Art & Design will present the Bachelor of Fine Art Exhibition in the Laura and Paul Mesaros Galleries from April 6 to May 12. This all-inclusive exhibition represents the culmination of senior capstone projects for all major studio areas including ceramics, graphic design, intermedia and photography, printmaking, painting and sculpture. For more visit:...
Apr 29, 2017
Whether you are designing a landscape for a bare lot surrounding your home or redesigning an area because your needs have changed, all plans need to start with a site inventory and analysis. Through this design process, you will determine which features to keep and where change is desirable. With Master Gardener Jan Mitchell, learn how to inventory your yard, determine your needs, and make a...
Apr 29, 2017
Join us at the WVBG Welcome Center for an elegant evening featuring food created by Lost Creek Farm's, Mike Costello. Mike Costello is a chef at Lost Creek Farm, which he operates with his partner, Amy Dawson. Located in southern Harrison County, the farm has been cared for by Amy's family for over 150 years. Lost Creek Farm's traveling Appalachian kitchen takes Mike and Amy across West...
Apr 30, 2017
West Virginia University (WVU) Professor Jim Anderson will lead us to and acquaint us with the frogs, toads, and other amphibians found in a variety of wetland habitats. Be prepared to get your shoes muddy. All ages. Free. Register online at www.wvbg.org.
May 1, 2017
The history of labor organizing in West Virginia has much to teach us about this moment in our country. What better way to dive into this history than a celebration of one of its heroes? Monday, May 1, is traditionally a day of international worker solidarity. It is also believed to be the birthday of Mary Harris “Mother” Jones. Jones, a labor organizer in several industries, became most...
May 3, 2017
Looking for new ways to stimulate your baby? Tired of only talking in baby talk? Want to make some new adult friends? Bring your baby (2 and under) and join us at the Clinton District Public Library for Read, Baby, Read! This is a free program in conjunction with Monongalia County Starting Points.
May 4, 2017 - May 11, 2017
This event occurs weekly on Thursday.
Join us for this special library time for babies (0 to 24 months) with mommy, daddy, or caregiver. Listen to stories and songs, free play stations, and baby-adult socialization time. Sign up at the circulation desk of call 304-291-7425.
May 5, 2017
The event will include a live steel drum band from CB Studios, musical theatre performances from the WVU Musical Theatre Ensemble, a silent auction, raffle prizes, festive cuisine, signature margaritas, and more!
May 6, 2017
Twelfth Annual Miracle Ball Kentucky Derby After Party to benefit SteppingStones. Kentucky Derby Themed event. Derby & Cocktail Attire. Most creative hat contest, horse auctions, dancing, games and prizes. Entertainment provided by: Jeff Jimerson & Airbourne. Cash bar. All proceeds will support recreation programs for children and adults with disabilities at SteppingStones.