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Summer Picnic at the Morgan Cabin

Begins at 6:00pm.
For more information please contact the Berkeley County Historical Society.
Morgan Cabin, Bunker Hill — Colonel Morgan Morgan, the first white settler in West Virginia, built this cabin between 1731-34. The cabin was restored as a Bicentennial project in 1976

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Festival of Trees

A forest of trees decorated for the holiday season fills the first floor of The Arts Centre's historic home - Martinsburg's (former)

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Old Fashioned Christmas at the Belle Boyd House

Christmas Open House and Entertainment
The Berkeley County Historical Society will celebrate the Christmas season again this year with beautiful decorations and with lively entertainment and refreshments on the weekends. The Christmas season begins on Friday November 23

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Hispanic Heritage Festival sponsored by Small Business Development Center

Hispanic Heritage Festival Sponsored by Small Business Development Center and UNIDOS Hours - 12:00noon to 6:00pm.
No fee.
Activities include music, food, children's events Located at War Memorial Park, Martinsburg, WV.
Directions to War Memorial Park:

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Things to do Arts near Martinsburg, WV

Martinsburg Library - Alexander Hamilton Exhibit

9am-9pm Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm Sat, 1pm-5pm Sun. Free daily exhibit and scheduled events including performances by living his...

21st annual Art Auction

Annual Art Auction to benefit the Morgan Arts Council on Sunday, August 19 at 1pm at the Ice House on Independence & Mercer i...

The Arts Centre - Youth Art Month Exhibit

The Arts Centre is proud to present the artwork of Berkeley County high school students in our Youth Art Month Exhibit. Stud...

Mastery of his Passions-Paintings by Ralph Basford at The Arts Centre

Opening reception is Friday, Aug.10 from 5-8pm. No fee. Directions: From I-81, take exit 13E/King St. east to 300 W. King ...

Artwalk & Exhibits - Morgan Arts Council

Wearable, sculptural and decorative fiber artworks from sixteen West Virginia artists are featured in “Wild and Wonderful Fib...