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Capitol Street is ALL Art

20Jun 2016


The Capitol Street Art Fair brings Charleston to life with fine art and fine crafts. It has been a main event of FestivALL since its first year of events and has grown each year. While the streets between Virginia and Washington are closed down, Capitol Street fills with potters, glass artists, jewelers, painters, photographers and much more. The talents of these West Virginia artists bring over 4,000 people to downtown almost every year. Read more →

The Carriage Trail Becomes A Work Of Art

13Jun 2016



 Escape the heat and take a walk on the shaded Carriage Trail during FestivALL on June 19 from 1:00 to 4:00pm. The Sunrise Carriage Trail will be filled with musicians, pop-up performances, art and more as you meander through the tree covered path. 

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All Dogs Are Welcome Here

10Jun 2016



This year, Charleston has embraced putting a new spin on some of our favorite events. With a reimagined Taste-of-ALL and the inaugural FestivALL preview weekend under our belts, we're looking forward to more summer events with a refreshed approach, stemming from partnerships in the Kanawha Valley community. This June, the forces of Woofstock, the Wieners Dog Races and FestivALL will join together to bring you Woof Stock and Wieners: A Festival for Fido. Read more →

The Reimagined Tradition of Taste-of-ALL

25May 2016



“Reimagined” has become the word of 2016. With hundreds of events and traditions that keep the valley hip and historic, the teams and minds that created them and orchestrate them have taken the time to make them even better.
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FestivALL: The Event That Calls Us Back Home

17May 2016



This month marks my first full year back in Charleston, W.Va., since I was 18 years old. I went to college only returning for holidays and a month or so out of each summer, and from there I found myself in Colorado. I fell in love with Colorado… it felt right. But even with all of the world-class skiing and hiking and adventuring, something was missing. Read more →

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