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6 - Mountain Messenger - February 25, 2017 - The Weekend Paper For The Greenbrier Valley )r Carnegie Hall invites you celebrate the opening of two new art exhibits during First Fridays after 5 on Mar. 3, from 5-8 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. The receptions are free and open to the public. Featured in the Lobby Gallery is "Character in Light: Cre- ating the Memorable from the Mundane" by Chuck Almarez, and in the Museum Gallery is "Image/Text" by David Under- wood. These works will be on display through Apr. 28. Both galleries are located on the first floor and may be ac- cessed through the main auditorium door or by the elevator from the ground level. The Carnegie Hall galleries are open to the public Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Please visit for artist bios. HospiceCare has announced the annual Chocolate Chase 10K and Fun Walk pre-registration is now available. You may register on-line at www.aptim- or you can print a registration a mail-in form for both events at There are two separate forms for these events. Pre-Registration fee for the 10K prior to Mar. 31 is $20, and race-day registration is $25. The race will take place at The Greenbrier Valley Airport begin- ning at 7:30 a.m. The Fun Walk will be held at 9 a.m., beginning at the downtown branch of Premier Bank. The fee is $10 for pre- and same day registration. Registration will be held in the lobby of the bank from 8- 8:45 a.m. For more information call Missy VanBuren, Hos- piceCare, at 304-645-2700 or mvanburen@hospi- All proceeds benefit the Lewisburg division of HospiceCare and The Peyton Hospice House. - SPOTLIGHT Henry Hill Henry Hill is a Core Artist with Tril- lium Performing Arts Collective. He moved here from Richmond, VA, just a couple of years ago after being a guest , artist with Trillium a few times. Hill now resides in White Sulphur Springs. Q: How long have you ready teaching private salsa been connected with Trii- lessons for couples. I love lium? inspiring others in life and This September will make along their fitness journeys. six years. Time flies when Q: As the artistic coordi- you're creating art! I first nator for the March Trilli- performed at a Friday Night um concert, please explain Alive in September of 2011. the theme and your inspi- Q: When did you start ration. dancing? I wanted to do an answer I actually did not start for- to the question left from our mally training until my fifth last concert in November, year in college. I attended "Something with Teeth," James Madison University which was performed the as a music education major, week of the election. Need- went through my senior year less to say there was a lot recital as a clarinetist, and a of "inspiration" to choose year later I took my first ever from. The reality is neces- modern dance class. I came sary to face in order to begin to college with two passions the healing process. The title (music and teaching)... I left of this concert is "Breaking with three! Boundaries," and the focus Q: You also teach Zum-is on moving onward and ba. What is that? How long upward through even the have you been teaching? most tumultuous of times. Zumba is a Latin infused There is strength in unity dance fitness workout that and we have to realize that became more popular about at the end of all of this, we six years ago but has really still have each other. Let's been around for a little over make a difference and help i 5 years. I started teaching make this world shine a little this format when I moved brighter! back to Virginia from New Q: TrgUum is not just York City where I was ai- dance, so what else will be LEWISBURG, NATIONAL GUARD ARMORY @ 659 INDUSTRIAL PARK ROAD FEBRUARY 25-26 SATURDAY 9 AM - 5 PM SUNDAY 9 AM- 3 PM ADMISSION $6 PERSON. CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER IN FREE WITH PAYING ADULT. INFORMATION OR RESERVATIONS: 304575-6895 * 304-575-6865 VW ,N.WV-GUNSHOV .COM ON TRILLIUM- H/LL in the show? artists as their main theme, As we strive to push for- the company "possesses a ward and welcome all me- rare ability to combine high diums of art, there will also quality choreography with be a couple of theater works audience accessibility." by our core artists Michael Q: What do you hope Butrill and Devin Preston. the audience will take with Q: You've invited guest them from this concert? artists as part of the con- I hope this concert really cert. Can you tell us a little makes the audience think about them? about the different issues I am very excited to have addressed through the work two amazing guest artists, of the artists. How can we Shannon Hummel is the break our own boundaries artistic director, choreogra- within so that we can evolve pher, and arts educator of as a unified front? I hope this Cora Dance based out of concert helps people to real- Brooklyn, NY, and founded ize that at the end ofthe day, in 1997. She has performed we all bleed the same color. her work all over the city Trillium's March Con- and the United States and cert is Mar. 10 and 11 at continues to be an innovator 7:30 p.m. and Mar. 12 at 3 in the dance world through p.m.; March 9 at 7:30 p.m. her school and her company, is a "Pay What You Can" My former dance company dress rehearsal. Tickets are from Richmond, VA, rva $15 for adults and $12 for dance collective, will also be students and AmeriCorps bringing their eight-member volunteers. The concert is at company under the leader- the Lewis Theatre on Court ship of co-artistic directors Street North in Lewisburg. Jess Burgess and Danica Ka- For more information, call lemdaroglu. 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