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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 →

Top 10 Things to do in September

31Aug 2016



1. Enjoy the last Live on the Levee of the 2016 season.

2. The WV Power's final home stand with fireworks.

3. Take part in the annual Funeral Parade.

4. Gingers from around the country will be gathering at the inaugural Redhead Festival.

5. The Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences has some great artists performing for adults and kids.

6. If desserts and wine is more your speed, enjoy Sips and Sweets.

7. Come out and support the "Pride of Elk River" at Hooverpalooza.

8. Time to get dressed up and support the Kanawha - Charleston Humane Association at Tuxes and Tails.

9. American Cornhole returns to the Charleston Civic Center.

10. Prepare for Halloween by participating in Shocka-Con. Read more →

Celtic Calling Family Bike Ride

28Feb 2016



West Virginia Connecting Communities invites you to join the Celtic Calling Family Bike Ride.

Charleston is a great place to ride a bike with miles of flat streets, many with minimal traffic. But you can find some challenging hills if you want to test your strength and endurance.  This family ride will be four-miles long on easy flat quiet streets in the picturesque east end of town.  With the Celtic theme you'll be reminded of Charleston's rich history of Irish and Scottish forefathers, riding on streets named Morris, Dickinson, Jackson and Thompson to name a few. And yes, wearing a kilt is not only allowed it is encouraged.



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