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First Tuesdays Charles Town’s the Tap House now offers First Tuesdays, a new open-mic event. Open to bands or individuals, including musicians of any ability or age, performers will enjoy the bar’s big stage and state-of-the-art lighting and sound system. It’s also possible to get a recording of any live performance. Besides being a hub […]

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Community Notes

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Scholarship available: Applications are being accepted for the 2013 Woman’s Club of Harpers Ferry Carrie Schilling College Scholarship. The scholarship is for $1,000 and is open to students at Washington or Jefferson high schools who plan a college major in the arts and humanities, environmental studies or public service fields. For an application, contact the […]

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Choice offering

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Choice offering

$40 prix-fixe menu puts Final Cut’s excellence within easy reach A new three-course dinner offering at the Final Cut steakhouse gives patrons a taste of the high life at a reasonable price. On Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, the restaurant tucked inside Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races offers a special prix-fixe menu that includes an […]

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Out&about

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All about Cohen Fans of singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen can turn out for “Little Wild Bouquet,” a unique benefit happening Saturday in Shepherdstown. Ranson-based musicians Hank Goldstein and Leah Graham of Ranson have put together the show, which will feature fellow musicians from the Panhandle and across the region. They will perform selected favorites from Cohen’s […]

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CHARLES TOWN – We at the Charles Town Library have been busily planning programs for children and adults for late March and the month of April. Mark your calendars and come enjoy. We know how essential early literacy activities are in getting children excited about books and reading and to encourage the development of pre-reading skills. […]

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Row upon row

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Row upon row
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Community Notes

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Scholarship available: Applications are being accepted for the 2013 Woman’s Club of Harpers Ferry Carrie Schilling College Scholarship. The scholarship is for $1,000 and is open to students at Washington or Jefferson high schools who plan a college major in the arts and humanities, environmental studies or public service fields. Applications must be postmarked by […]

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Tipping their hats to Leonard Cohen

Concert to help West Africa water project Leonard Cohen, the Montreal-born singer-songwriter whose music has been admired for more than four decades, may not play a show here anytime soon, but a benefit concert set for next week offers his fans the next best thing. The show – called “Little Wild Bouquet,” a phrase taken […]

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The Spiritof Jefferson welcomes readers’ news about engagements, weddings and landmark anniversaries. Read our policy on how to submit your news. If you have additional questions, call Life Editor Christine Miller Ford in the newsroom at 304-725-2046, ext. 35 or email her at christine@spiritofjefferson.com. The newspaper will print at no charge wedding articles along with […]

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