|Oct 24, 2009 9:00 pm||to||Oct 25, 2009 1:00 am|
Barboursville Volunteer Fire Company will host a dance Oct. 24, 9 p.m. – 1 a.m., doors open at 8:30 p.m. Costumes are welcome but not required. Music by Sleepless Nights. Best costume wins two tickets to New Year’s Eve dance. Call Betty, 832 – 0530.
|Oct 3, 2009|
|2:00 pm||to||5:00 pm|
"Station in Orange" oil 24" x 60" by William Sullivan
“Station in Orange” by artist William Sullivan, who taught art at Woodberry Forest School in the 1970s, will be on exhibit this weekend at Nichols Gallery Annex in Barboursville in honor of Orange County’s 275th anniversary celebration. Fred and Beth Nichols will be in the gallery from 2pm to 5pm this Saturday, October 3rd, to discuss the history of the village of Barboursville, from its early days as a commercial center with two hotels, a couple of livery stations, two general stores and a train depot, to its current status as a cultural center with three art galleries and a theatre, and three wineries nearby. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited to attend.
For information call 540-832-3565.
Celebrate Constitution Day at Montpelier, the home of the fourth president of the United States and the woman who inspired the title “First Lady”.
Free admission all day.
For more information:
Phone: (540) 672-2728.
|Sep 15, 2009|
|10:00 am||to||10:30 am|
The US Postal Service and the County of Orange cordially invite everyone to this special ceremony to celebrate the reopening of the Barboursville Post Office. There will be speakers, presentation of colors, the National Anthem and a ribbon cutting ceremony. An informal reception will follow with light refreshments. A special cancellation postmark will be available to commemorate the special event.
For more information:
Phone: (540) 832-3270
|Mar 12, 2009||to||May 17, 2009|
Art about Color, From Abstract to Real
curated by Beth Nichols
March 12th through May 17th
The exhibition will explore the many ways in which contemporary artists use color in their work. Steve Griffin describes his large abstract “Strata” paintings as including “all of the traditional visual elements of composition, shape, texture and color. Of these- color is the single most important element. The minimal compositions, using broad and narrow horizontal stripes, are simply the framework that supports the color relationships.” “The color of nature” is the subject of Frederick Nichols’ paintings. “Landscape is felt through atmospheric colors – the color of light from different seasons and times of day.” Rob Browning places “brightly colored and brightly lit objects against dark backgrounds, using the darkness as a tool to give importance to color,” while realist artist John Murray uses color “to maximize the effects and intensity” of his work.
|May 8, 2009||to||May 23, 2009|
Same Time, Next Year
Written by Bernard Slade
Directed by Frank DeAngelis
One of the most popular romantic comedies of the century, Same Time, Next Year ran four years on Broadway, winning a Tony Award for lead actress Ellen Burstyn, who later recreated her role in the successful motion picture. It remains one of the world’s most widely produced plays. The plot follows a love affair between two people, married to others, who rendezvous once a year. Twenty-five years of manners, morals and attitudes are hilariously enacted by the lovers, Doris and George.