Greenbrier Historical Society to host lectures
The Greenbrier Historical Society will host its Spring Lecture Series starting April 25. Designed as a series of how-to workshops, these lectures will be led by GHS volunteers and staff. All the lectures will begin at 7 p.m.
- The joy of dandelions
The next time J.K. (Kent) Lilly offers you some tips on harvesting and planting, you better take heed. His skill in the fields is far more than a natural-born ability to grow crops or merely having a “green thumb.”
These aren’t your grandma’s dresses. They’re your grandma’s dresses, or her dishtowels, aprons or napkins, transformed into home décor.
Generation Greenbrier Valley: Dancing with the Stars
Generation Greenbrier Valley (GGV) will hold its third annual Dancing With the Stars of Greenbrier Valley at 4 p.m., April 21 at Greenbrier Valley Theatre in downtown Lewisburg.
$7,000 grant from BAF helps Hospice House
The Doug and Lucy Bowers Hospice House became safer and more accessible, thanks in part to a $7,000 grant awarded in 2012 to Hospice of Southern West Virginia from the Beckley Area Foundation.
Hinton museum plans Good Ol’ Days Celebration for May
Hinton’s Campbell-Flannagan-Murrell House Museum will host its second annual Good Ol’ Days Celebration from noon to 3 p.m. May 4.
- New River CTC to offer 76 online classes this summer
- Words have the power to harm, heal
Cuckoo for Cocoa
Amy Mills is up to her elbows … in chocolate. For her third year participating, the Executive Pastry Chef of The Greenbrier Sporting Club is once again providing the piece de resistance of the Lewisburg Chocolate Festival — a spectacular chocolate sculpture for display at Harmony Ridge Gallery.
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