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First Fridays After Five

May 3, 2013 @ 4:00 am

Downtown Lewisburg. You’ll find the lights on and the town alive! Shop, galleries and restaurants open until 9 PM offering an evening of live music, entertainment and refreshments. This event is free to the public. Everyone Welcome!

Trillium will host a free public “meet the artists” reception following Cloud 9, a concert of dance and movement theatre at the Lewis Theatre. Ticketed show begins at 7:30pm and reception starts around 9pm. 224 N Court St.

Ron Kirk and Jay Frye “Pushin’ String” will perform at the General Lewis Inn from 5pm to 7pm. 301 E Washington St.

Hill and Holler Bicycle Works are hosting a bicycle maintenance class: “How to Clean & Maintain Your Drivetrain.” Two sessions: 6pm and 6:30pm. Email or call 304-647-4429 to reserve your place. 121 E Washington St.

Plants Etc. hosts Lewisburg’s Robert Wilson playing jazz tunes, Irish and old time music, spirituals and hymns on clarinet and saxophone. 102 S Jefferson St.

Bella is 3 years old! They are celebrating with new foods, tastings, sweets and a surprise – from 5pm to 7pm. 100 Et Washington St.

Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center will feature the eclectic music of Strum Sum Band, a local group. Representatives in support of MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) will be in the center to share information about their organization. 200 W. Washington St.

Stop by Yarid’s to customize your own pair of Tom’s shoes,. Painting starts at 5pm and donation of $20 goes to the Children’s Home Society. With every pair purchased, Tom’s will donate a pair to a child in need. 202 W Washington St.

The Greenbrier Historical Society and North House Museum new exhibit opening of “Bunk Houses Could Be Cold”: A History of the Greenbrier Valley Wood Hicks” 5pm to 7pm. Exhibit will run until June 10th. 301 W Washington St.

Greenbrier Episcopal School will feature a raffle event to win a trip for two to St Thomas at the Wild Bean. Get a sneak peak at items in the upcoming “Growing the Future” auction, held May 11th. 119 E Washington St.

– 304-645-4333 – – Downtown Lewisburg – Downtown LewisburgLewisburgWV24901


May 3, 2013
4:00 am