Daytime: Horses, Broadway, and Craft Shows!

Daytime: Horses, Broadway, and Craft Shows!


[Music] well it is midweek already so let’s start planning for the weekend right here just a few things to check out from our friends at City Magazine first up unbridled change is hosting a tenth anniversary open house on Friday October 19th from 3 to 6 p.m. they invite the public to come celebrate an amazing decade of serving their community with their mission of providing hope healing and growth the open house will be held at their facility in arena in boons mill from 3 to 6 come meet the horses and get more information at unbridled change.org next up come join Natalie and I at the Birdland Center this Thursday to enjoy Broadway in Roanoke menopause the musical is a hilarious musical parody about four women who meet at a lingerie sale they have nothing in common but black lace bra memory loss hot flashes night sweats and more this musical is set to classic tunes from the 60s 70s and 80s and we’ll have you cheering and dancing in the aisles get your tickets now at Broadway in Roanoke calm this weekend come out to the Bergland Center for the cracklin classic fall art and craft festival the annual event features original works from hundreds of talented artists and craftspeople from across the nation it’s also the second largest food donation opportunity for our local food bank instead of paying an entry fee organizers are asking for you to bring food donations more information you can visite craft show.com yeah and we’ve been telling you about this next event all week it is the Roanoke go outside festival this Friday through Sunday at river’s edge Sports Complex this annual event encourages healthy active outside recreation by combining the things outdoor enthusiasts love camping music gear braces and demos all in a beautiful outdoor setting watch BMX stunt shows learn to fly-fish demo mountain bike test your balance on a slackline and so much more find out more at Roanoke go fest calm Friday head to the lyric theater in Blacksburg to check out the milk carton kids milk carton kids are kenneth patton gail and joey ryan the contemporary folk duo from los angeles known for their focus harmonized vocals entwined acoustic guitars and routine songwriting in 2018 they returned with her fourth release all the things that I did and all the things I didn’t do a more sonically album that found the duo reporting with a full band in the studio for the first time see them for the first time with a full five piece band backing the duo by logging on to the lyric dot-com and on Sunday join opera row no for its 43rd season opening gala concert at the Jefferson Center featuring some of the nation’s leading opera singers backed by the full force of the Roanoke symphysis fit Symphony Orchestra under the baton of met opera conductor Stephen white maestro white will guide the audience through the last acts of four grand operas do not miss this one afternoon only concert visit Jeff Center org to learn more and for more on these and other events happening around our area pick up your copy of sitting magazines on newsstands now and

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