WOW. What a weekend it will be in Wheeling, WV. Potentially historic even. There is absolutely no reason not to DO SOMETHING.
Read more about this event and receive a Weelunk Discount by clicking here: Symphony on Ice.
(First) Friday 5:30-8pm
Liz Neumann, long time artist and arts advocate, has left her arts family at Artworks a treasure of her past wonderful paintings. These works of art are the newest Artworks show. All these works of are available for sale at bargain prices. An opportunity for you to own your own Neumann.
Friday and Saturday
…but be creative and try this, let us know if you can complete the:
Weelunk Sports Trifecta
Saturday Noon – Midnight
Part 1: Wheeling Park vs. Capital / Wheeling Island Stadium / Noon
– The Patriots look for their first ever state crown.
Part 2: WLU vs. Fairmont / ASRC / 4pm
– Division 2 Natinoally Ranked #1 West Liberty takes on #10 Fairmont in Men’s Basketball
Part 3: Wheeling Nailers vs. South Carolina Stingrays
– C’mon It’s Star Wars Night!
California University of Pennsylvania students of Professor Christina Burgy Fisanick will be debuting their digital stories focusing on local history on December 5 at Noon at the Ohio County Public Library. They are taking a closer look at the Benwood Mine Disaster, West Liberty University’s Nelle Krise Rare Books Room, the creation of the state of West Virginia at Independence Hall, the Sweeney family and glass, and the agricultural legacy of Earl Oglebay. The event is in partnership with the Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh.
Weelunk Story Here: Digital Storytelling Class Focuses on Wheeling
Sunday 1pm and 3pm
The Nutcracker Ballet performed by Oglebay Institute’s School of Dance. Includes tea and photos with the cast. 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. December 6, 13 and 20 at the Mansion Museum, Oglebay.