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Top 10 Things to Do in February

31Jan 2017

The 2nd annual Kilt Run is Calling. Register early.

Monster Jam roars into Charleston

Enjoy an evening with country music star Travis Tritt

Brantley Gilbert’s tour bus rolls up to the Charleston Civic Center

Video gaming and a symphony performance together? Absolutely!

Red-hot Winter Blues Farmers’ Market

Two opportunities to catch Mountain Stage live

Swoon over Swan Lake

Watch local boxers throw their hats in the ring

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Top 10 Things To Do In January

03Jan 2017

1. Charleston's favorite reason to try a new restaurant is back. Grab your friends and enjoy Restaurant Week.

2. Winter Jam heats up Charleston.

3. Time to start planning the 2017 wedding at the annual Wedding Expo.

4. The Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences funnest fundraiser, Carnaval 2017: Supernova.

5. If it is time to trade in the ol' junker, come to the WV International Auto Show to find your new car.

6. If your life needs some laughs, come out to see Rodney Carrington.

7. Time for a sweet treat at Charleston's newest full-service bakery, Rock City Cake Company.

8. Are you the baddest in town? Prove it at the Rough & Rowdy Brawl.

9.  WV Hunting & Fishing show is the place to find the newest and hottest things for any outdoor person.

10.  Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy features an international cast of soaring aerialists, spine-bending contortionists, acrobats, jugglers and musicians. 
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Top 10 Things To Do In December

02Dec 2016

1. CVB Holiday Promo - keep your eyes peeled for the prize patrol this season.

2. Santa has arrived - with several locations you have no excuse to not take the kids.

3. Christmas Parades - all around the Kanawha Valley.

4. Clay Center Exhibits - be sure to stop by and enjoy the newest exhibits in Charleston.

5. Holiday Light Display - take the family and enjoy this tradition. 

6. Civic Center Concerts - enjoy some holiday music at the Charleston Civic Center.

7. Joyful Night - join WV First Family in the lighting of the state tree.

8.  Joy to the World - Charleston's own, Bob Thompson, performs his annual Christmas show.

9. The Nutcracker - join the Charleston Ballet for their annual performance.

10. A Christmas Story - the Charleston Light Opera Guild turns this Christmas classic into a live show. Read more →

Music and dance, comedy and theater.

01Dec 2016

Music and dance, comedy and theater… Whatever your interest, there’s something to see in Charleston this holiday season!

From stage productions like Kanawha Players’ A Christmas Carol… More or Less (Dec. 2 – 4, South Charleston Public Library), The Charleston Ballet’s The Nutcracker (Dec. 9 – 10, Clay Center) and Charleston Light Opera Guild’s A Christmas Story (Dec. 16 – 18, 21 – 23, Culture Center) to special concerts such as West Virginia’s Symphony Orchestra’s Home for the Holidays (Dec. 3, Clay Center), First Lady’s Festival of Songs (Dec. 10, Culture Center) and Appalachian Children’s Chorus’ Feel the Love (Dec. 4, Clay Center), December is filled with events and activities that will have you feeling jolly. 

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Top 10 Things to do in November

02Nov 2016

1. Calling all the 'Sharp Dressed Men' to the Clay Center.

2. Enjoy some of the best comfort food during the Mac & Cheese Cookoff.

3. Enjoy brunch a Thanksgiving brunch with a modern twist at Foodie Fest.

4. Welcome some of the best Junior College volleyball players to Charleston for the NJCAA championship.

5. Take the family and join your favorite characters from Sesame Street.

6. Mountain Stage returns to the Culture Center.

7. The Charleston Area Alliance helps you start holiday shopping with a Black Friday edition of ArtWalk.

8. Remember to save some money and shop Small Business Saturday.

9. Santa arrives early this year, make sure to visit him and have some cookies and milk.

10. The Ghosts of Christmas Eve and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra return for a holiday concert.  Read more →

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