May 15-19

I Never Saw Another Butterfly

M.T. Pockets Theatre, 203 Parsons Street, Wed.–Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m.,

More than 15,000 Jewish children passed through the Terezin concentration camp, and only about 100 were still alive at the end of the war. One survivor, Raja, having given the children hope when there was little reason for hope, tells the true story of the children. Butterflies became a symbol of defiance, making it possible for them to live on and play happily. $7–$15

May 16–18

NEARBY 10th Annual Domefest

Marvin’s Mountaintop, Masontown,

The three-day celebration of music, friendship, and life is back, in an intimate, tree-lined natural amphitheater with plenty of comfortable camping and parking nearby. $50 and up

May 17

Downtown Morgantown Arts Walk

Downtown, Fri. 6–9 p.m.,

Dozens of downtown shops and restaurants host local artists displaying their best—wander to also discover live music and food specials.

May 18

8th Annual Gene Vance Jr. Day Celebration

Courthouse Square, Sat. 9:30 a.m.,

Live music performances and a program honoring military veterans, active duty personnel and those who gave their lives serving their country, followed by Tribute to Heroes VIII Run, Ride, Walk event at noon. All proceeds will go to the Gene Vance Jr. Foundation’s work on behalf of the war-wounded. Preregister to run–ride–walk. Free

Town of Granville Good Neighbor Days

Granville Park, Dents Run Boulevard, Granville, Sat. 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Food, entertainment, games, kids’ activities, and music—plus decorated bicycle and hot dog eating contests. Free

May 18 & 19

PAW Patrol Live! “Race to the Rescue”

WVU Creative Arts Center, 1 Fine Arts Drive, Sat. 10 a.m., 2 p.m., 6 p.m., Sun. noon, 4 p.m.,

Roll with the PAW Patrol as everybody’s favorite heroic pups race to the rescue on the day of the Great Adventure Bay Race. $24

NEARBY Morgantown Roller Vixens vs. Dominion Derby Girls

Craig Civic Center, 311 Tunnelton Street, Kingwood, Sat. 6 p.m.,, @mrv2010

First home bout for Morgantown’s only all-female flat-track roller derby league. Cheer them on as they face the Dominion Derby Girls. Note that this bout has been moved from the Morgantown Ice Arena to Kingwood. $5–$10

May 19

A May Ode to Chamber Music

Monongalia Arts Center, 107 High Street, Sun. 4 p.m., 304.598.0042,,

Allegheny Chamber Players’ Spring 2019 concert concludes the group’s fifth season with music by two European composers and four Americans. Highlights are pieces by two of the leading women composers of the 19th and early 20th centuries: the American, Amy Beach, and the German, Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel. $10

NEARBY Book Dinner: Red Truck Bakery Cookbook

Modern Homestead, 41 South Robert Stone Way, Reedsville, Sun. 4–7 p.m.,

Enjoy an evening  with guest Bryan Noyes of Red Truck Bakery. Chat with Bryan about some of the 85 southern gold-standard recipes in his debut cookbook, sample pastries from his bakery, and enjoy a full meal together. $25 and up

Food Truck Sunday at Coopers Rock

Coopers Rock State Forest, Sun. noon to 5 p.m., @coopers.rock.wv

The Slider Effect, Speals On Wheels, and Kona Ice were the first three vendors to helped kick off the season’s monthly Food Truck Sundays in April. Who will be there in May? Proceeds from vendor permits will go toward materials for new tent pads in Camp Rhododendron Campground.

May 22

WVU Medicine Farmers Market

Blanchette Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute parking lot, WVU Medicine campus, Wed. 11 a.m.–2 p.m., @wvumedicinethewellnesscenter

WVU Medicine’s weekly Wednesday market returns, with locally grown and crafted items, food trucks, and live music. Park in the intermodal garage at Mountaineer Station, 1112 Van Voorhis Road, or take the PRT.

May 23–25

NEARBY  West Virginia Three Rivers Festival

Palatine Park, Fairmont, Thurs.–Sat.,

Grand feature parade, pepperoni roll bake-off and eating competition, carnival rides, live entertainment nightly, fireworks.