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Oct 23, 24, 25, 26  Weekend Update

New Movies:  JOHN WICK (R)  OUIJA (PG-13)  ST. VINCENT (PG-13)

Sunday (4 pm) Mon (4 & 7 PM) Psycho ® at the Park Place Stadium Cinemas

At the Clay Center: Ring of Fire & Journey into Amazing Caves

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Thursday from3:30-5:30 the US Postal Service will hold their annual breast cancer awareness events at the main branch 1002 Lee Street.

The CORN MAZE/ZIP line is now open in Milton.  www.cooperfamilyfarms.net

Scareview Grave Schoul is open in St. Albans…Friday and Saturday evening starting at dusk. Admission is $10, take a non-perishable food item for a $2 discount.

In Morgantown this weekend at the Mountain Lair—Mountaineer Week Craft Fair Friday from noon- 8 pm, Saturday from 11 am-8 pm and Sunday from 11 am-4 pm. Featuring fine quality Appalachian Handcrafted objects by over 60 Artisans from West Virginia and surrounding states. More information at www.mountaineerweek.wvu.edu

At Riverside High school the Haunted Prison Experience Saturday from 7 pm-midnight. 

Friday and Saturday the Kanawha Players present “Evil Dead: the Musical” at their theater on Beauregard Street in Charleston’s East End. www.kanawhaplayers.com

Friday and Saturday the Charleston Ballet presents “Romeo & Juliet” at the Civic Center Little Theater at 7:30 pm www.thecharelstonballet.com

Friday as part of FestivALL Fall….the American Shakespeare Theater brings its production of “Hamlet” to the Scottish Rite auditorium at 7:30 pm.  This unique company from Staunton Virginia receives critical raves being called “Shamelessly Entertaining” by the Washington Post….their style  engages the actors and audience.  The actors also entertain before the show starting at 7 pm. www.festivallcharleston.com  Tickets available at Taylor Books and at the door. $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and $10 students 

Check out other FestiVALL FALL events the Harvest gift  Boutique with 35 juried artists (including Jeanne K) and craftspeople at the Charleston woman’s Club Saturday and Sunday, a sunrise carriage trail walk on Sunday and other music and theatre events.  www.halloweast.com

Now thru Oct 26th FREE cats to approved adopters at Kanawha Charleston Humane Association.

Sat from 12-3 at the East End Dog Park on Washington Street the KCHA HOWL-O-WEEN Pet parade and Costume Contest. Prizes for best human-pet duo, best pet costume and best trick.

Sat the South Charleston Chamber host the 4th annual “Boo Bash” from 7-11 at the Holiday Inn/suites in South Charleston.  Food, drinks, music, silent auction, psychic readings, photo booth, tickets are $40 in advance.  www.southcharelstonchamber.org

Riverside High School 2015 Project graduation will have a hot dog sale Saturday starting at 10 am at Puppy Love—201 Campbell’s Creek Drive

Sat at Noon the First Big Coal River Charitable Walk. Registration starts at 10 am at Whitesville State Bank

The Jackson County Junior Fair equine committee will host their 6th annual “Haunted Trail” &  “Not so spooky” wagon rides Friday and Saturday at the Jackson County fair grounds in Cottageville. Haunted trail is $5 (not recommended for young children) wagon rides are $3 per person. www.jcfhauntedtrail.com or call 304 273 9930.

Haunted Cemetery Tour Friday and Saturday also Friday Oct 31rst from 7:30-11 pm admission/parking at Poca Town Gazebo, hayride to haunted Cemetery. Refreshments available. Presented by Poca High School visual Volume Show Choir.

Saturday in Dunbar they’ll have their annual “BOO BASH!”  From 5-6 pm games, from 7-9 pm a Bonfire—and at 7 pm a Movie (Despicable Me 2) at the Dunbar Landing—10th street shopping center. Wear a costume or come as you are. FREE

Saturday an Arts and Crafts Fair & CORNHOLE tournament at Riverside High School from 9a m-3 pm. Admission is $1.  Concessions available.  To register send an email to annettedearth@suddenlink.net

Saturday at the Elks Lodge 1706 Greenbrier street a Longaberger/Pampered chef BINGO at noon (the doors open at 11 am) sponsored by Pride Band Boosters, Inc. to benefit the Capitol High school band. Advance tickets are $20 or at the door for $25. Ticket includes entry and 20 game sheets. 5 bonus games….must be 18 to play.  Concessions available…door prizes and a raffle. For tickets all Valerie at 304 415 4868

The children’s Home Society is having a Tupperware fundraiser.  Go to the Tupperware website and “find a fundraiser” and click on children’s home society.

Saturday at McJunkin Redman headquarters, 9th annual “Guys Night Out” to benefit the YWCA sojourner’s shelter. See WVU vs. Oklahoma State on Several Big Screen TV’s.  Brews, BBQ, Wings, Cigars and more!  Call 304 205 6044 for tickets and information.  www.Guysnightoutcharleston.com  or on face book at guysnightout

Saturday at 7 pm at Christ Church United Methodist the Opus Chorale will mark the 100th Anniversary of the beginning of WWI.  “For the Fallen” includes music by Frank Vaughan Williams, Herbert Howells and Frank Martin who lived thru the war experience. FREE admission—a free will offering will be taken. More information at www.opuswv.org

Sat the Greens’ with Gospel singing, at Hugheston Church of God of Prophecy at 6 pm.

Saturday the Speak Easy Singles Group will have their Halloween Dance/costume Party at WV State University Wilson student union 8 pm- midnight.  www.speakeastysingles.com or find them on Facebook.

Sunday at 1:30 at Valley Park in Hurricane the annual Pet Halloween costume contest. Registration starts at 1 pm.  Categories include scariest, funniest, pet/owner look alike, prettiest, most original and more.  Information by emailing newhoperescuewv.com.

Sunday the Kanawha Trail Club will hike the Ansted Rail Trail at 12:30. Meet and carpool from the parking lot at the corner of Ohio and Randolph) hike is 3.25 miles to the Hawks Nest Dock. www.kanawhatrailclub.org

Sunday “Pearls of Promise in Pink” starting at 3 pm at Grace Bible Church 600 Kanawha Boulevard West in Charleston. Celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness month thru music, spoken work, faith and information. Hosted by the ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. Alpha Omicron Omega Chapter.

Sunday at St. George Orthodox Cathedral (corner of Court and Lee Street Downtown Charleston) their Annual dinner from noon- 6 pm. Tickets are $15 Carry out is available 304 346 0106.    Kibee/cabbage Rolls, green beans/rice Orzo.