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South Hill Banks will carry out Saturday on the Rives Saturday — after a Kentucky Derby occasion, which can start at Four p.m.


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Could 2, 2019
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South Hill Banks

South Hill Banks will carry out Saturday on the Rives Saturday — after a Kentucky Derby occasion, which can start at Four p.m.



“Mamma Mia!”: The Patriot Gamers’ “Mamma Mia!” will proceed its run this week. Reveals can be held at 7 p.m. tonight by Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday. The musical is a few daughter who takes benefit of her upcoming wedding ceremony to strive to determine which of the three males from her mom’s previous could possibly be her father, and it options music from Abba. For ticket ($15) data, go to the MHC Customer’s Middle or name 276-656-0244.South Hill Banks and Kentucky Derby: South Hill Banks will carry out and a Kentucky Derby Get together can be held on Saturday on the Rives Theatre. A celebration will begin at Four p.m., and the live performance will start after a race is completed. Tickets price $12/$15.Language and meals: The Martinsville Library can have a free Conversational Spanish class, taught by Nancy Thomas, at 5:30 p.m. Monday. Conventional Mexican meals can be served. For extra data or to enroll, name the library at 276-403-5430.Beekeeping: The Martinsville Library will host an “All of the Buzz” workshop at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday. Lynn Berry of Southwest Beekeepers Affiliation will discuss bees and the way they influence the meals provide. He additionally will convey a bee aquarium and samples of honey to style. For extra data or to enroll, name the Martinsville Library at 276-403-5430.STEAM exercise: On Thursday the Martinsville Library can have obtainable a “High Shelf STEAM” exercise from 10 a.m. to five p.m. For extra data, name the Martinsville Library at 276-403-5430.  All are welcome.2nd Thursday Science Speak”:  Nancy D. Moncrief, the Virginia Museum of Pure Historical past’s curator of mammalogy, will current the talke “Tree Squirrel Secrets and techniques Revealed: The Surprise of Mechanisms for Survival in Forests” at 6-7 p.m. Thursday at VMNH.Artwork class: Lighthouse: Ed Gowen will train the grownup artwork class “Quoddy Head Lighthouse” from 9 a.m. to three:30 p.m. Thursday at Piedmont Arts. The fee to take it’s $85. To register, contact Piedmont Arts at PiedmontArts.org or 276-632-3221.“Moon Over Buffalo”: TheatreWorks Group Gamers’ “Moon Over Buffalo” will open on Thursday within the Black Field Theatre. The present is a hilarious romp by the messy lives of two fading stars of the 1950s and their makes an attempt to hit the large time. The present can be held Could 9-11 and Could 16-18 at 7 p.m.. The forged is Scott Guebert, Jackie Scaffidi, Betty Joe Fulcher Turner, Valerie Clark, Demi Richardson, Max Corridor, Corey Thompson and Rick Ward.Music Night time: The Spencer-Penn Centre’s Music Night time on Friday, Could 10, will characteristic a band new to the world: The New Behavior Band, acting at 7:40 p.m. The vent will begin with an open mic session at 5:30 p.m., adopted by the Rock Fortress Ramblers at 6:20 p.m. Concessions can be obtainable. Admission prices $5.Martinsville Handbell Ensemble: The Martinsville Handbell Ensemble will carry out traditional gospel tunes, accompanied by violin, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, drums, bass and trombone, at 7 p.m. Could 11 at Broad Avenue Christian Church.Artspiration: “Proud Peacock”: Piedmont Arts will provide an grownup artwork class from 6-Eight:30 p.m. Could 16 on the museum. The topic can be “Proud Peacock.” The fee is $35. To register, contact Piedmont Arts at PiedmontArts.org or 276-632-3221.An Overview of Native American Myths, Legends, and Storytelling: Renae “Spring Morning” Wagner will give this system “An Overview of Native American Myths, Legends, and Storytelling” at 11 a.m. Could 14 on the Bassett Historic Middle. Wagner, who’s of Shawnee/Cherokee/Metis descent, has been a Native American speaker and storyteller for a number of years. This program can be free and open to the general public.“This Previous Factor”: The Martinsville Library will host one other session of its well-liked antiques program, “This Previous Factor,” at 5:30 p.m. Could 14. Debra Buchanan will discuss her assortment of costume jewellery.Patriot Gamers auditions: Auditions for the Patriot Gamers’ summer season present of “Magnificence and the Beast” can be at  6-Eight p.m. Could 15 and at 1-Four p.m. Could 18 within the Walker Fantastic Arts Theatre at Patrick Henry Group School. These auditioning ought to put together a tune of their key and be prepared for any motion that the director could require. Minimal age to audition is Eight. Getting a component commits the actor to 40 rehearsals, 6-9 p.m. Mondays by Wednesdays, after which two weeks of performances. Justin Corridor would be the director.Billy Strings in live performance: Billy Strings will carry out in live performance on Could 16, on the Rives Theatre. Tickets price $30.Opening Reception: Expressions 2019: The opening reception for Piedmont Arts’ annual open-entry artwork exhibit, “Expressions 2019,” can be held from 6-Eight p.m. Could 17 at Piedmont Arts. Admission is free, and refreshments can be served; RSVP to Piedmont arts at PiedmontArts.org or 276-632-3221. “Expressions 2019” will open Saturday, Could 18. The exhibit options paintings by native folks.Friday Night time Jamboree: The New Behavior Band of southwestern Virginia and Dan Smith and the Foggy River Boys will carry out for Friday Night time Jamboree on Could 17 on the HJDB Occasion Middle (former highschool) in Bassett. The occasion will begin with a jam band at 7 p.m., adopted by Don Smith at 7, then The New Behavior at Eight. Concessions can be obtainable. Admission prices $5. The middle is at 3289 Riverside Drive, Bassett.Strawberry Competition: The 16th Annual Strawberry Competition can be held in downtown Stuart from 10 a.m. to Four p.m. Could 18, rain or shine.PCMA Music Jamboree: Vacation spot Bluegrass would be the featured group for the Patrick County Music Affiliation’s Music Jamboree on Could 18. They’ll take the stage at 7 p.m. The occasion will start with an open jam session at Four:45 p.m., adopted by By Grace at 6 p.m. Concessions can be obtainable; convey a chair. The Music Jamboree is held within the Rotary Constructing at 420 Woodland Drive, Stuart.Smith River Singers: The Smith River Singers will current their spring live performance, “Love, In All Its Glory,” at 7 p.m. Could 20, at Galilean Home of Worship, 5078 A.L Philpott Freeway, Martinsville. The live performance options composers from a number of areas, with a gap quantity by Sandra Ford of Martinsville. Particular performances will embrace the First United Methodist Church Kids’s Choir, in addition to the Alma Ensemble, which is comprised of Sarah Wardle Jones on flute, Michelle Smith Johnson on clarinet and Erica Sipes on piano.Hindi tradition: Damanpreet Narula will maintain a free Hindi Language class at 5:30 p.m.  Could 21, on the Martinsville Library. Conventional Indian meals can be served. For extra data or to enroll, name the library at 276-403-5430.  Gardening: The Martinsville Library, in partnership with the Virginia Cooperative Extension Workplace, will maintain a gardening workshop at 1 p.m. Could 21. To register, name the Martinsville Library at 276-403-5430.  Bus to Broadway: “Hey, Dolly!”: Piedmont Arts will host a bus journey for the efficiency of “Hey, Dolly!” at 7:30 p.m. Could 22, on the Durham Performing Arts Middle. The bus will depart at Four p.m. The fee is $110 per individual, with a further non-obligatory boxed dinner for $10. Tickets can be found at Piedmont Arts and over PiedmontArts.org.Landscaping: The Martinsville Library, in partnership with the Virginia Cooperative Extension Workplace, will maintain a landscaping workshop at 1 p.m. Could 21. To register, name the Martinsville Library at 276-403-5430.  Rhythms by the River: GBAC and Bassett Historic Middle will current “Rhythms by the River” at 6:30-9 p.m. Could 25 on the grounds of the historic heart. Convey garden chairs. This system is free.“Religion Across the Globe”: On Could 28 the Martinsville Library will begin a brand new lecture collection, “Religion Across the Globe,” at 5:30 p.m. Martha Woody of Ohev Zion Synagogue will give the primary lecture, about Judaism. Different audio system can be: Pastor Keith Ritchie of First United Methodist Church about Christianity, on June Four; Damanpreet Narula on Sikhism, on Aug. 6; and Barbara Stein of Dharmapala Kadampa Buddhist Middle on Buddhism on Sept. 24. A session on Islam is also within the works.Spring Carnival: Infinity Acres Ranch can have its fifth annual spring carnival from 11 a.m. to three p.m. June 1. The occasion will embrace a petting animal space and music. Youngsters’ actions, with a $5 wristband, embrace a dunking sales space, face portray, corn gap and extra. There can be distributors, crafts and concessions llama-walking, video games and a hay wagon. An open mic session can be at 1-Three p.m. Infinity Acres is at 136 Joppa Highway, Ridgeway. Vendor areas can be found; name 358-2378 to order.

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