Calendar of Events June 7
SHEPHERDSTOWN PUBLIC LIBRARY
June 10 is the first day to sign up to attend the following free events:
Tuesday, June 18 at 10:30 a.m. in the Shepherdstown Elementary School (SES) gym, located at 662 South Church Street, storytellers from the Rainbow Company will present “Treasure Island.” They will bring costumes for children from the audience who volunteer to perform in the play. For all ages.
Friday, June 28 at 10:30 a.m. in the SES gym, swordplay, music, dancing, and much more, presented by the Shire of Sylvan Glen, a local chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism. A lively recreation of life in the Middle Ages. For ages four and older.
Tuesday, July 9 at 10:30 a.m. in the SES gym: Puppeteer Joe Santoro will amaze you with his performance of “The Hokey Pokey Magic Show.” (For all ages.)
Wednesday, July 17 in the SES gym at 10:30 a.m.: music, puppets, and storytelling with Kevin Sherry, who will share how he became a cartoonist. (For ages four and older.)
Friday, July 26 at 10:30 a.m. at the Shepherdstown Train Station: Stone Soup Drumming a lively participatory drumming program. (For all ages; space for eighty children. Train station is at Audrey Egle Drive and East German Street.)
Thursday, August 1 at the War Memorial Building (102 East German Street) at 10:30 a.m., all ages are invited to “Christmas in August: Selections from The Nutcracker,” performed by ballet students from the Allegro School of Dance.
To register, visit the Library at 100 East German Street, call (304) 876-2783, or email email@example.com.
Children may also pick up a reading log in the Library’s Children’s Department beginning June 10, borrow library books, and earn prizes for reading (or being read to). “Dig Into Reading!” this summer at the Shepherdstown Library.
Have a cat or dog that needs spay or neutering? Contact Spay Today, this area’s reduced-cost spay and neutering program. NEW vets and MANY locations! For MORE info: www.baacs.org or 304-728-8330.
Intermediate Bridge players are invited to join an informal group meeting every Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Trinity Episcopal Chapel. All are welcome and walk-ins are encouraged. For more information, contact 304-876-6244.
The Shepherdstown Museum, at the corner of German and Princess streets, is open on weekends from April through October and during Christmas in Shepherdstown. Hours are: Saturdays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sundays, 1 p.m.-4 p.m. The Museum tells the history of Shepherdstown and of the Entler Hotel, in which it is located. On display are 18th and 19th century crafts, other early artifacts, and a replica, made by local craftsmen, of James Rumsey’s early steamboat. Inquiries should go to Cheryl at 304-876-0910, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection is hosting the Mid-Atlantic Region Volunteer Monitoring Conference at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown. The conference will include a wide variety of sessions on policy, stream monitoring issues, communication and ways to expand and sustain local monitoring programs. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is providing financial support to the conference. For more information, contact the DEP’s Tim Craddock at 304-926-0499 (ext. 1040), Timothy.D.Craddock@wv.gov; Glenn Nelson at 304-926-0499 (ext. 1710), Ronald.G.Nelson@wv.gov; or go to: www.dep.wv.gov/WWE/getinvolved/sos/stories/Pages/EPAVolMonConf.aspx.
The 38th annual Mid-Atlantic Region Retreat sponsored by Edgar Cayce’s non-profit A.R.E. will be held at Shepherd University continues through June 9 in the Student Center. Gregg Unterberger, licensed professional counselor in private practice, former clinical supervisor and instructor in Group Therapy at Texas State University and popular A.R.E. presenter will be the guest speaker. The program, Edgar Cayce on Exploring the Mysteries of the Mind, is about the convergence of science and mysticism that has led to new spiritual technologies that can accelerate learning and enhance intuition. For more information or to register on line at www.aremidatlanticregion.org or call Sandi Roberts 301-524-2094 or Saundra Moreland 304-876-6192.
6-6:40 pm (next concert August 2, 2013) at Harmony Healing Center: Crystal Bowl Concerts. Ann Craig performs an extraordinary “sound meditation” using eight quartz crystal bowls that fill the Harmony studio with an energetic yet peaceful vibration that soothes and aligns mind, body and soul. Participants can sit in chairs or lie on mats. Donations gratefully accepted.
New Street United Methodist Church will be holding a dinner from 5:30 – 8 p.m. The menu will include ham, scalloped potatoes, green beans, salad, homemade rolls, dessert and drink. Cost for the meal will be $12.50 for adults and $6 for children 10 and under. Baked goods will also be available.
The Town of Bolivar invites all to join in the Bolivar Family Day from 12 to 4 p.m. at the Bolivar Community Park. A moon bounce, clowns, games and other activities are on tap. For full information, visit www.bolivarwv.org.
The Jefferson County Organization of Democratic Women invite you to a presentation by Jonathan Sherman, owner of Berkeley Home Technologies. Mr. Sherman will give explicit and practical advice about making your home more energy efficient. He will also answer questions of the attendees. The meeting open to the community is at 4 p.m. in the County Commission Meeting Room located on the lower level of the Old Charles Town Library. Use the Samuel Street entrance. Refreshments will be served.
An Ecumenical Service of Prayer and Healing hosted by the Shepherdstown Episcopal Church will meet from 7 – 8 p.m. in the church Fellowship Hall. This is a service of prayer, song and healing. For more information, please call the Rev. Susan MacDonald at 301-667-1165.
Pony To Go presents the 3rd Annual Full Moon Field Festival, a music and family festival held in Berryville, Va. Enjoy a day listening to bands ranging in style from bluegrass, acoustic music, country, classic rock, beach, jam bands and more. Activities for all ages include horseback riding, pony rides, over 50 breeds of animals, petting zoo, moon bounce, hiking, hayrides, crafting and more. Three day Full Moon Festival Ticket is $50. Daily tickets $30; kids 12 and under are free. Camping up to 4 nights if needed. No extra charge for campers or horse trailers. For more info, visit www.ponytogo.com/trailrides.html or call 540-955-5636
Chartered Bus Trip to Baltimore sponsored by the Pack Horse Ford Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. We will visit the Maryland Historical Society museum special temporary exhibit on Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte (1785-1879). We will begin the day with a customized bus tour of Baltimore’s historic sites and lunch at Peabody Court Hotel. Cost is $80 per person all inclusive. Seating is limited to the first 50 paid reservations on a first-come, first-served basis. Call Cheryl Brown at 304-876-3817 or send an email to Kathy Sholl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please Join Us For A Memories of Middleway Community Picnic, The Middleway Conservancy
Association will be celebrating its 30th Anniversary at 4:30 p.m. at 112 East Street with the sharing of Memories of Middleway and a Community Picnic. Please bring your memories, photo albums and scrapbooks to show and tell with other residents (current and former) of Middleway. Also please bring a side-dish or dessert to share. Conservancy members are providing hamburgers, hotdogs and soft drinks. For information about the Middleway Conservancy Association please visit our website, www.MiddlewayConservancy.org, or our Facebook page.
4-5:30 p.m. at Harmong Healing Center: Tea Time Health Matters/ Dave Didden, MD, will host “Tea Time Health Matters,” a free, once-a-month health “chat” at Harmony Healing Arts Center.
Dr. Dave will focus on healing and the power of integrative health and therapeutic connections. He will offer a holistic perspective on health, well-being, disease, and death; and perhaps teach a few skills about nutrition, physical activity, and stress reduction. Dr. Dave will illustrate appropriate, informed use of preventive and therapeutic interventions such as medication, surgery, and other modalities of the medical industry.
All are invited to attend services at Camp Hill United Methodist Church in Harpers Ferry for a service of celebration. The congregation has successfully raised funds to complete repairs on the church’s stain glass windows as well as some other needed work. Following the 11 a.m. service of Thanksgiving, a free-will dinner will be held in the church social hall.