Events

Friday, March 2

2018 Winter Library Club

Join the Kanawha County Public Library's 2018 Winter Library Club for chances to win prizes. Fill out an entry slip each time you check out or renew an item...

Biggest Loser Challenge

The Biggest Loser Challenge is back! January 8th-March 9th, this 9 week program is only $20 and includes 3 bootcamps a week, educational classes, meeting...

Mountain East Conference Men's & Women's Basketball Tournament

MEC basketball returns to Charleston Feb 28 as the Men's and Women's teams battle to be #1. Member institutions include Concord University, Fairmont State...

3rd annual Celtic Calling

Charleston, West Virginia's 'Celtic Calling' is a celebration of Celtic arts, culture, and traditions. It includes music, dance, education, athleticism, and...

Celtic Calling Opening Kickoff

Josh Jenkins Cocktail Hour will feature Gaelic Cocktail Specials, Food Menus available from Sam’s and Copper Pint. Music and Dance Performers TBA.

Song of Granite

‘Song of Granite’- Irish Oscar Foreign Language Nomination. WVIFF ‘Underground Cinema, 230 Capitol Street, Charleston, WV 25301 – (304) 395-6688 - ...

Beni Kedem Highlanders ‘Tartan Ball’

Gaelic Happy Hour, Toast to The Haggis, Dinner, Parade of Tartans, Performance by Highlanders Bagpipe Band, Music from Plaid Clash, Irish and Scottish...

Celtic Cooking Class

JOIN US at Uncork & Create Kitchen on Friday, March 2 at 6:30 pm and enjoy an evening creating a delicious Celtic-inspired meal. Our culinary instructor will...

DON QUIXOTE

The Charleston Ballet, West Virginia's State Ballet, presents for the first time on a Charleston stage: DON QUIXOTE! Matadors, gypsies, and windmills fill...

Music from Appalachian Celtic Consort Concert

7:30- 9:30pm: Music from Appalachian Celtic Consort Concert. Taylor Books, 226 Capitol Street, Charleston, WV 25301 – (304) 342-1461- FREE

Celtic ‘Rock’ Concert

Celtic ‘Rock’ Concert featuring Pittsburgh’s Bastard Bearded Irishmen - The Boulevard Tavern 806 Kanawha Blvd E, Charleston, WV 25301, Admission – $10

Friday, March 2