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www.mou ntainmessenger.com 1B- Mountain Messenger-June 6, 2015- Th, i! Support sought for, NO PIPELINE Benefit Concert By Peggy Mackenzie On Sunday, June 14, a No Pipeline Benefit Concert has been organized to bring needed support to oppose the Mountain Valley Pipeline's planned route through Monroe County. Much of the organized opposition to the route centers on the perceived threat it poses to the pristine springs of Pe- ters Mountain. Described by hydro- geologist Rick Eades as "the most challenging portion of the pipeline's path in the state," this benefit concert seeks to support an important cause for all Monroe Countians. The concert, which will run from 2 to 5 p.m., will be held at the gra- cious Salt Sulphur Springs Resort, just three miles south of Union on Route 219. A great lineup of music is prepared to entertain, including Rush Run Philharmonic, Squawkin' Henry, Robin & Doug, and Hans Creek String Band. Be ready to en- joy a range of music, from country, folk and bluegrass to Americana har- monies and blues in a beautiful set- ting at the resort. Stuart's Smoke House will supply smoked brisket, burgers, hot dogs and pulled pork. A bake sale will fill that sweet tooth with homemade goodies, iced tea and lemonade. Sweet Springs Water will also be available. Pipeline information and maps will be on hand for disbursal. Donations appreciated. No Pipeline Benefit Concert to be held June 14 at Salt Sulphur Springs Resort in Monroe County Glitz, Glamour, Murder- Greenbrier Valley Theatre presents 'Chicago' Weekend Paper For The Greenbrier Valley £,,Y/#'3b /  {iiiiiiiiii!iii!ii ! Έ  , :, %; { MOUNTAIN MESSENGER'S JUNE 6 - JUNE 14 ONGOING • Art Exhibit, Natural Form, work by Nellie Rose, Joshua Miller and Audrey Taucher, Carnegie Hall Museum Gal- lery, through June 27 • Art Exhibit, Summer Fun, works by Sunny Lenz, Audi- torium Gallery, Carnegie Hall, through June 27 • Art Exhibit, 31st Annual Greenbrier Artists Exhib- it, Old Stone Room, Cam- egie Hall, through June 27 SATURDAY, JUNE 6 ' Wanderlust Festival, Snow- shoe, all day • Beer, BBQ & Bluegrass, GV Jim Snyder & Scott Logs- don, The Irish Pub, 6 p.m. THURSDAY, JUNE 11 • Ronceverte River Festival, Is- land Park, all day • Ivy Terrace w/ Blue Yonder, Carnegie Hall, 6 p.m. • Justin Murphy, The Irish Pub, time n/a • "Chicago" GVT, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY, JUNE 12 • Ronceverte River Festival, Is- land Park, all day • Justin Murphy, The Irish Pub, time n/a • Opening Gala for GHS Home & Garden Tour, North House .. :;,.: _ ,, Greenbrier Valley Theatre (GVT), the State Professional Theatre of West Virginia, is proud to presentthe award-winning musical Chicago, a tale of murder, fame and corrup: tion guaranteed to entertain. Run. ning June 11-13, 17-20 and 24-27 at 7:30 p.m. with a Pay-What-You- Can Preview June 10 at 7:30 p.m. and a Matinee Performance June 20 at 2:30 p.m., Chicago is a show you can't afford (o miss. Tickets are $27 for general ad- mission, $24 for seniors and $20 for children/students. For tickets or more information, call the GVT Box Office at 304-645-3838 or visit www.gvtheatre.org. John Kander and Fred Ebb's scin- tillating score featuring "All That Jazz," "Cell Block Tango" and "Mr. Cellophane" is the cat's meow! Fol- low Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly, both on trial for murder, as they vie for attention from the press and from the celebrated defense attorney Billy Flyrm. With its lively singing and dancing, Chicago has everything that makes a musical great. "Chicago really captures and sati- State Fair of West Virginia box office open The State Fair of West Virginia's box office opened Monday, June 1, at 10 a.m. Don't miss your opportunity to purchase discounted tickets for the 2015 State Fair of West Virginia! "We have a great concert lineup, great free entertain- ment and a great week of fun planned for the entire family at the 91st Annual State• Fair of West Virginia," State Fair CEO Kelly Collins stated. "Make sure to take advantage of our advanced discounted tickets this year at the State Fair Box Office or one of our participating ticket locations." Discount tickets are on sale through our websi.te, by calling ETIX at 1-800-514-3849 or through the State Fair box office from June 1 through Aug. 7. Box office hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Tick- ets are also available through participating Walgreens Pharmacy locations starting July 1 and ending Aug. 13, and Greenbrier Med{cal Arts Pharmacy locations, Union Pharmacy and Western Greenbrier Pharmacy starting June 29 and ending July 31. For a list of participating locations, please visit www.statefairofwv.com/tickets. Gate admission discounts include an $8.25 adult ticket (13 and older) and a $7.25 youth ticket (ages 6 to 12). Gate admission for children five years old and under is free. Carnival discounts include a $25 Mega Pass, which is valid for one day and includes 12 hours of unlimited rides (11 a.m. to 11 p.m.). The $20 Big Pass includes six hours of unlimited rides (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and is valid for one day. Individual sheets of carnival tickets are available at $10 for 15 tickets. Concert tickets are available for all shows and may be purchased via the website or the State Fair Box Office. Concert tickets are not offered at a discounted rate, but gate admission is included. Tickets purchased online and through ETIX are subject to a convenience fee. All tickets are subject to a 6 percent WV sales tax. "We have several gate specials planned for this up- coming fair," Collins added. "We will have an 'After- noon Special' on Tuesday, Aug. 18, Wednesday, Aug. 19 and Thursday, Aug. 20, where gate admission is $5 after 4 p.m. Then, on Sunday, Aug. 23, gate admission will be $5 all day!" The 2015 State Fair themed "It Feels Like Fun. It Feels Like Fair," is a 10-day Fair scheduled Aug. 14-23. The State Fair of West Virginia, with a $13.8 million eco- nomic impact on the state of West Virginia, is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation committed to the traditions of ag- riculture, family entertainment, and education. For more information, please visit www.statefairofwv.com, or fol- low fair events on Facebook and Twitter. Vital,Shock plays in Alderson Vital Shock is a young band from Greenbrier County who has been together for two years. They have a unique blend of sounds from heavy to punk rock. Lead singer and musi- cian Tyler Davidson; musician Alex Hemdon and substitute. drummer Elijah Ramos (sitting in for Chance West) will keep you moving. Their music also carries a message about not be- ing afraid to reach for what you want and to dream. On Sunday, June 7 at 6:30 p.m. they will be performing in the Alderson Visitors Center parking lot for an end of the school year concert and dance. While geared for Middle and High School students, this event is open to all ages and is free. The Alderson Women's Club will be selling food and drinks during the evening. The concert is sponsored by the Town of Alderson and Al- derson Main Slreet. Come and experience some place different. For more in- formationcall 304-445-2005. rizes the characters of the 1920s with an entertaining premise and every- thing that keeps an audience inter- ested - great music, terrific dancing, a little murder and mayhem and fun charactersC said Cathey Sawyer, ar- tistic director. The characters, with their cold de- termination and cut-throat attitudes, prove to be interesting roles for the actors. "I love Roxie because she is hope- ful, gritty, has so much gall and is determined to find happiness," said Lilly Tobin, who will portray the ambitious murderess Roxie Hart. The two leading ladies of Chi- cago are based on Belva Gaertner and Beulah Annan who were on trial for murder in the 1920s. Prominent lawyers William Scott Stewart and W.W. O'Brien were the inspiration for Billy Flynn, the smooth talker hired to free the accused murder- esses. Reporter]X, laurine Dallas Wat- kins covered both murder trials for the Chicago Tribune and wrote the play Chicago in 1926. Bob Fosse, Fred Ebb and John Kander adapted Watkins' work into a musical. They modeled the show after vaudeville acts or characters. The music they created and their ad- aptation of Watkins' play truly stand the test of time; Chicago has been entertaining audiences ever since its first performance in 1975. Kim Morgan Dean has been pre- paring for her role as Velma Kelly by learning as much as she can about the man who made Chicago what it is today. "Chicago has such a distinct style so I spent time researching its direc- tor/choreographer/ co-author Bob Fosse. He had such a specific vision for this musical, and the choices he made inform so much of how the material is handled even today," said Morgan Dean. Brewing Co., 6 p.m. • Raising the Barre, Valley Dance Studio 5th anniversary recital, Carnegie Hall, 7 p.m. • Colton Pack Band, The Rockin' Horse, 9 p.m. • Crossroads Band, Stu- art's Smokehouse, 10 p.m. SUNDAY, JUNE 7 • Wanderlust Festival, Snow- shoe, all day • Ladrianes Journey to Walk Benefit Concert, The Rockin' Horse, 1 p.m. • Fundraiser for Montwell Park w/The Boatmen, The Asylum, 4 p.m. • Michael Reed, The Irish Pub, 5 p.m. • Street Dance, Al,derson Visi- tors Center, 6:30-8 p.m. MONDAY, JUNE 8 • Patrick O'Flaherty, The Irish Pub, 6 p.m. "TUESDAY, JUNE 9 • Jam session, American Heft- Museum, 5 p.m. • "Chicago" GVT, 7:30 p.m. • Public Disturbance, The Sweet Shoppe, 9 p.m. • The Axis Five Band, The - "n' Rocki Horse, 10 p.m. SATURDAY, JUNE 13 • Ronceverte River Festival, Is- land Park, all day • GHS Home & Garden Tour, North House Museum, 10 a.m. • Justin Murphy, The Irish Pub, time n/a • "Chicago" GVT, 7:30 p.m. • Matt Evans, The Asylum, 9 p.m. • One Eyed Jack Band, The Rockin' Horse, 10 p.m. SUNDAY, JUNE 14 • Ronceverte River Festival, Is- land Park, all day • Concert &. Tour w/ QHS Home & Garden Tour, Historic Rainelle Methodist Church, 1 p.m. • No Pipeline Benefit Concert, Salt Sulphur Springs Resort, tage Music Hall, 7 p.m. 2:5 p.m. • Justin Murphy, The Irish Pub, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10 time n/a • Whiskey Wednesday w/ II I II I To submit information to Mountain Messenger's Entertainment Calendar, email Sarah Mansheim at sjmansheim@mountainmes- senger.com. Information should be submitted two weeks in advance. Serving 32 Flavors of CLAY CENTER SELF REFLECT ONS on exhibit in the Museum of Art June 12 - August 23 . Opening Reception Friday, June 12 [ 5 - 8 pm Self-portrait or selfie? See the ever-evolving ways artists explore their own images in this hew exhibit. The Mayor's Concert THURS. DAY, JUNE 25 I 8PM .Thankyou to BB&T "'  Family, ., our sponsors: -.- Founlatin DannyJones Andrew Jordon of Pritchard Mining Company, Inc. Laurance Jones III AARp