First Fridays in Lewisburg returns on Nov. 5 from 5 to 8 p.m. Everyone is welcome!
Harmony Ridge and Lily are super excited to contribute to the first Southern WV Dog Park in Ronceverte! During First Friday, buy any item and Harmony Ridge with donate all of the profits! Drop $10 into a raffle and enter a chance to win an awesome piece of yard art! Harmony Ridge will donate all raffle ticket sales! Purchase a glass or two of wine at $4 each and Harmony Ridge will match it with a donation. Let’s do this! Our furry family members need a place to run, romp and play with other dogs! (886 Washington Street West, 304-645-4333)
’Tis the season for hot tea. The perfect thing to keep you well and warm throughout the season. Edith’s Store will be offering samples of their new selection of Pukka herbal tea. (1035 Washington Street East, 304-645-7998)
Pop in to Carnegie Hall for the opening of the November/December art exhibits by regional artists. The Old Stone Room hosts the photography by Jesse Thorton, the Lobby Gallery features paintings by Lynn Davis and The Museum Gallery will show the work of Jorn Mork. Join the opening reception for the Lynn Davis Exhibit at 5 p.m. (611 Church Street, 304-645-7917)
Aggie’s and Vest are serving up hot spiced cider, mulled red wine and gingerbread! (979 Washington Street West, 304-645-4063)
The Hub Cafe is offering a free acrylic landscape painting class with Maya Coleman. Email email@example.com to reserve your spot! There are a limited number of openings. Each participant will go home with their own landscape painting and are encouraged to bring a picture with them to reference. The café will also be open with samples of pumpkin bread and apple cider and board games and cards will be available. All café items will be 10% off. (232 N. Lee Street [Behind Lee Street Studios], 647-4994)
Better Home and Gardens Real Estate Central is pleased to feature local artist Karen McClung. Stop in to say hello, have a glass of wine and talk with her about her watercolor paintings featured in BHG’s window. (1018 Washington Street East, 304-201-7653)
The ever popular Hot Ruby returns to Bella the Corner Gourmet, along with a fabulous riesling and holiday delish dishes. All are being served up at Bella the Corner Gourmet! Pop in for samples, samples, samples! (1017 Washington Street East, 304-520-4921)
Books, music and light refreshments at A New Chapter. (922 Washington Street West, 681-318-3501)
Stop by the North House Museum & Archive for live folk music by their house band, Rural Felicity. Enjoy tavern refreshments in the newly opened Star Hotel Tavern Room. All exhibits and displays will be open for casual viewing until 7 p.m. (814 Washington Street West, 304-645-3398)
Little Black Box kicks off their annual End of the Year sale on First Friday. It’s a great time to get a free bra fitting and save up to 60% on your favorite brands. (818 South Jefferson Street, 304-645-6646)
Enjoy a performance at GVT as they examine the question “What is art?” This hilarious dark comedy, “ART” will appeal to a wide audience. The show does contain adult language – viewer discretion advised. (1038 East Washington Street, 304-645-3838)
Stop by The Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center to enjoy “A Holiday Quilt Show” presented by the Alderson Quilters and Crafters. These talented local ladies have been creating items for sale including quilts, placemats, runners, wall hangings, Christmas ornaments, holiday masks and more! Find that perfect gift, meet the quilters and take a chance on their yearly raffle quilt. “Old Ease” (a.k.a. Bob and George) will provide instrumental oldies and goodies throughout the evening. Join in the fun and get in the holiday spirit! (905 Washington Street West, 304-645-1000)
Pop in to Patina to enjoy live Celtic music by Patrick O’Flaherty and complimentary beverages & Girl Scout cookies. (1046 Washington Street East, 304-520-4960)
Live Music by Thomas Taylor at The Asylum will keep the First Friday party going! (399 Randolph Street East, 681-318-3515)
First Fridays is sponsored by City National Bank and the shops and restaurants of downtown Lewisburg. For more information go to visitlewisburgwv.com or to FaceBook or call 304-645-4333.