Celebrate with us during a music filled Cinco de Mayo this First Friday! Join us as we celebrate Cinco de Mayo with shopping specials, fabulous food, delicious drinks, free music, games, and lots of free music in the Greenspace this First Friday After 5 p.m.
In the Greenspace enjoy the very talented musical artist Allan Sizemore from 5 to 8 p.m.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo and First Friday with Bella! We will be offering delicious cheese stuffed peppers drizzled with smoked balsamic vinegar and Mama Zuma’s chips with a tzatziki dip. Yum! (1017 Washington St. 304 520-4921 @bellagourmetwv)
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Come out to the American Legion Post 69’s newest activity darts! We’ve installed competition boards in the Hall and are ready for some serious play! To help keep score we’ll be serving popcorn and soft drinks to all. Stop in and have some fun. If you know a Veteran, be sure to send them our way. (We’re upstairs, 816 Jefferson St. S.)
A New Chapter will have Free Tarot Readings available. It’s fun! (922 Washington St. West 681-318-3501. @newchapterbookswv)
Little Black Box: Spend $150 or more and receive a free gift. (818 Jefferson St. S, 304-645- 6646. @littleblackbox)
Love Child is offering a free 10 pack of Pokémon cards with a $20 purchase. (933 Washington St. W (304)520-4934 @lovechildlewisburg)
Harmony Ridge will be open until 8 p.m. serving up our $4 Wine Glass Specials. Happy Cinco De Mayo! (886 Washington St. 304-645-4333 @harmonyridgegallery)
Aggie’s/Vest will celebrate Cinco de Mayo with beer! We have everything you need for a gorgeous Mexican spread. (979 Washington St. W, 304-645-4063)
MerryWeather’s on Court Street will be open for late evening shopping! (850 Court Street, 681-318-3300 @shopmerryweathers)
The Shoe Box on Court Street will be open! Stop in for spring specials! (847 N Court Street (681) 318-3377)
Warm weather is coming and the Americana Thrift Shop is ready – are you? Visit the little building at the corner of Court and Foster for gently used summer items at amazing prices! The American Thrift Shop is owned and operated by the Presbyterian Women of Old Stone Church, and ALL proceeds benefit our community. (401 Court St. South)
Free music! Patina will have live traditional Celtic music by Patrick O’Flaherty and PermaLink bracelets offered by Mendy Paxton. Complementary beverages and Girl Scout cookies! (1046 Washington St. 304-520-4962 @patina.lewisburgwv)
Free music! The Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center welcomes you to stop by for an evening of art and music. May’s Art in the Valley series features the EMPOWER Project through Communities in Schools of Greenbrier County. The EMPOWER Project is designed to encourage youth to find positive coping mechanisms and self-expression through art. The artwork, created by students in grade 5-12, will be auctioned by Communities in Schools of Greenbrier County on Wednesday, May 17, in the Visitors Center. Stop by to view this amazing student art and learn more about the upcoming auction. Local quilter, Anne Hatchett, will display and sell her handmade quilts during the month of May. Anne, who has been quilting for 35 years, is an active member of the Alderson Quilt Guild and is a quilting instructor. Beginning at 6 p.m., music for the evening will be provided by Distant Light, “a small community of friends” who love to play music together. They will feature original compositions covering several genres such as folk, rock, country, and jazz. Representatives from the Alderson Quilt Guild, Hospitality House, and Greenbrier Historical Society will be on hand with information and raffles. Happy Cinco de Mayo! (905 Washington St. W 304-645-1000)
Stardust Café is super excited for our Prime Rib night personally prepared by Chef Dan Perry, every First Friday. Stardust is working with Mountain Steer to bring some of the best Greenbrier Valley has to offer. (1023 Washington St. E, 304-647-3663)
Carnegie Hall will be hosting Watercolorist John Coffey and his exhibit in the Museum Gallery, Carnegie Hall, 5 p.m. Exhibit runs through June 30. Also at Carnegie, “Come play with clay!” Bring a date or a friend, or show up on your own for this fun evening of collaborative creativity! “Monster Mugs and Bowls” with Instructor Amie Durrman, from 6 to 8 p.m. Maximum class size is 10, for ages 16+. The cost for the clay class is $55 for members and $65 for nonmembers. This workshop is just for having a monster night of fun with your friends! Let your imagination run wild with this easy to follow guided project. Instructor will demonstrate basic hand building techniques including surface attachment and design for students to explore. Each student will select one of our studio glazes for their creation, which will be fired by Carnegie Hall and available for pick up later. All materials provided. 611 Church St. 304-645-7919 @carnegiewv)
Enjoy the nightlife at these favorite places:
The Washington Street Pub is making Tropical Margaritas all day! (1030 E Washington St. @washingtonstreetpub (304) 645-7386)
Free music! Briergarten is hosting Jarmovers Acoustic from 6 to 8 p.m. John Foster, Josh Baldwin, and Jason Johans reunite for some tunes. (121 Stratton Alley, 304-520-4039)
Free music! The Asylum will have $6 house margaritas all day, food specials, nachos and quesadillas, and free live music. (339 E Randolph 681-318-3515)
Get ready for next weekend at The Greenbrier Valley Theater! Political foes, star-crossed friends and one frisky author inhabit the same page in a Deep South of the imagination inspired by true events. Join GVT for the opening of Season 56 with Alabama Story. Call (304) 645-3838 or visit gvtheatre.org for more information.
First Fridays is sponsored by City National Bank and the shops and restaurants of downtown Lewisburg. For more information check us out online: facebook.com/firstfridaysafter5, instagram.com/firstfridaysafter5, or visitlewisburgwv.com
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