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JANUARY 2015 Ginada Pinata will perform at the Opera House, January. 16.

Berkeley, Jefferson, and Morgan counties. For information, visit or fi nd them on Facebook. To register, call 304-264-0298. For all other questions, email lvep@martin.


& 17 Free Beekeeping Seminar

Want to learn more about honeybees, honey, and bee- keeping?

Attend these free

seminars and learn from ex- perienced professionals. Learn hands-on techniques about equipment and

bees. Intro

to Honeybees & Beekeeping takes place on Saturday, Janu- ary 10, from 11am–12pm, and Basic Beekeeping 101 is set for Saturday, January 17, from 10am–12pm, at Eversweet Api- aries, 85 Everhart Drive, Ke- arneysville, WV. Children are welcome. For information and free registration, visit www., email, or call 304-876-3832. Also fi nd them on Facebook at Eversweet Apiaries.


Speak Story features Adam Booth

Shepherdstown’s Adam

Booth is a young Appalachian storyteller whose work blends traditional folklore, contem- porary styles, and music. He

has been featured around the country at festivals and confer- ences. Speak will take place on Tuesday, January 13, at 7:30pm in the Community Club War Memorial Building in Shep- herdstown. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Advance tickets can be pur- chased at Four Seasons Books, at, or re- served at 304-886-9481. Ques- tions?


Ginada Pinata at Op- era House

Ginada Pinata has been

playing for close to 15 years— delivering

a wide range

of original and standard instrumental material from, funk to jazz to fusion. Catch them with special guests Sacred Groove at 9pm (doors open at 8) at the Shepherdstown

Opera House

($8 cover). For information, visit ginadapinata or www.facebook. com/pages/Ginada-Pinata.


Literacy Volunteers ESL/ESOL Tutor


In addition to their training offered on Jan 8 and 10, Liter- acy Volunteers of the Eastern Panhandle (LVEP) is also of- fering ESL/ESOL (English as a Second Language or English for Speakers of Other Languages)

Tutor Training January 17, from 8:30am–2pm, at the Jef- ferson County Adult Learning Center, located at 202 E. Liber- ty Street in Charles Town. The training includes Communi- cation across Cultures, Prin- ciples for Language Teaching, and the Process of Language Learning. Prior to attending, Basic Literacy Tutor Training must be completed (on the 8th and 10th). For information, visit or fi nd them on Facebook. To register, call 304-264-0298. For all other questions, email lvep@martin. Registration closes Jan 6.


/18 Rumsey Radio Hour Returns

Rumsey Radio Hour returns

to Shepherdstown with performances at

the new

Marinoff Theater at Shepherd University on Saturday, January 17—with a 2pm matinee and an 8pm evening performance, and a 2pm only performance on Sunday, January 18. Tickets are on sale at the Shepherdstown Public Library, or online at

($20 for adults

and $10 for children under 12). All proceeds benefi t the Shepherdstown Public Library. For information, contact Sandy Brown at 956-605-0802 or email


Shepherdstown Community Club

meeting The

Shepherdstown Com- munity Club holds its annual membership

(304) 264-8505 (800) 474-8505


A Tiny House Open House

Was an energy effi cient Tiny

House on your Christmas wish list? Join The SIP School for Soup and SIPs (Structural In- sulated Panels) on Saturday,


January 31, from 10am–4pm, in Shenandoah Junction. Drop in anytime, chat with SIP tiny house experts, tour the SIP Cozy Cottage, and enjoy a cup of soup. This is a free event, but registration is required: www. or 304-876-8494.

Years of

Experience and Success!

meeting from

7–8:30pm in the War Memorial Building in Shepherdstown. The Club will review its 2014 activity and plans for its 70th anniversary in 2015. The event is members only; bring your re- views and comments about the SCC’s 2014 activities and ideas for 2015.

Robert Schiavoni

Joseph Ferretti

David Hammer


NURSING HOME ABUSE 408 W. King Street, Martinsburg, WV 25401

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