Serenity Now Outfitters, located in historic downtown Lewisburg, will hold its 10-year anniversary party Friday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on the downtown greenspace area at the corner of U.S. 60 and 219.
John Lively and Grant Bennett from the Half Bad Bluegrass Band will perform, and Beth and Chally Erb will roam the crowd, making people smile while dressed up in stilts and full clown attire.
Members of the Trillium Performing Arts Collective in Lewisburg, Beth and Chally perform throughout Appalachia at many festivals, fairs, hospitals and schools.
Sarah Elkins, also a member of the Trillium Performing Arts Collective, will be reciting original poetry throughout the evening, accompanied by Robert Dawson on clarinet during her closing recital.
Other activities include a demonstration by poi artist Emily Benedict Coleman, Patrick O’Flaherty, a multi-instrumentalist singing in both traditional Gaelic and Celtic, and Serenity Now Outfitters’ Craig Miller doing fly fishing demonstrations.
Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT) will stop by for a brief presentation of “The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail.”
Catering will be provided by The Bakery on Court Street.
The event is free.
Serenity Now Outfitters is located at 207 W. Washington St., Lewisburg. For more information, visit them on Facebook or call 304-647-9779.
In case of foul weather conditions, the event will be inside the Irish Pub on Washington Street.