When: Saturday, September 23, 2017
Where: The Monongalia Arts Center (MAC) 107 High Street Morgantown, WV
What Time: 7pm to 10pm
Andrew’s first concert in Morgantown in several years promises to be a rich celebration of music and community. His powerful and entertaining show is like one man theatre, delivered with warmth and down-home comfort. Andrew’s finely crafted songs are woven together with humorous stories and poetic drama, while the musical soundscape traverses influences from Appalachia, tasteful slide and jazzy blues, feisty anthems, rustic folk, and even a little fancy flatpicking on a Carter Family tune. While his skillful guitar work provides a tasteful foundation, the touches of native American cedar flute, resonator guitar, djembe (African hand drum) and even mandolin add delightful and mesmerizing embellishments to the show.
Andrew has performed at many prestigious venues like the Kennedy Center, the International Storytelling Center and the Atlanta Olympics, has been part of the Rocky Mountain, South Florida, Boston and Delmarva Folk Festival lineups, and a guest on NPR’s “Art of the Song” and “River City Folk” shows.
Tickets available at the door starting at 7pm at the Monongalia Arts Center – come early for a good seat!
For more information check out the Event Page for the Concert
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In celebration of national poetry month, Showing Up for Racial Justice (“SURJ”) Morgantown, invites you to “Penned in Black: An Open Mic Poetry Night.” Community members may share their original or covered poetry from authors of color, as well as other poems exploring race, privilege, and our shared humanity. SURJ looks forward to welcoming you on Friday, April 21, at the Blue Moose Cafe from 7pm-9pm for a night of unforgettable spoken word poetry.
The fair, which was founded in 2015, gives children in grades K – 12, in the Fairmont, WV community (and North Central West Virginia and beyond) the opportunity to follow the Scientific Method in creating an experiment-based project.
We believe our community science fair unites school children across our region, regardless of school designation, economic status, or STEM ability.
Mission of the NCWV Community Science Fair
1. To promote hands-on exploration of scientific principles for K-12 students in West Virginia
2. To foster understanding of, and creativity in, the scientific method of investigation
3. To stimulate an interest in STEM
4. To continue to build a strong STEM community in West Virginia