Thank you to Andrew Croft for sharing the image above. To learn more about Andrew and to see more of his art click here: Arts and Crofts.
What a GREAT Wheeling event last weekend with the inaugural Dragon Boat Race. Congratulations to Jamie Remp and King’s Daughters; we can’t wait until next year! But now that those damn dragons have left town, (don’t worry – on their own accord, not ’cause of the algae), it’s time to look forward to the kickoff of the fall season and a classic Wheeling tradition: Labor Day Weekend. Do Something.
Friday 6 p.m.-10 p.m.
Wheeling, if the Vagabond Chef doesn’t succeed, Wheeling won’t succeed. SUPPORT the Vagabond Chef as they move to some new digs.
From the Vagabond Crew:
“Trust us; we are as excited about our impending move as you are! We want to celebrate and invite you to come celebrate with us.
In addition a good excuse for a great time, we will be kicking off a Kickstarter Campaign to help us raise part of the money we need to move the Kitchen, and also launching the Vagabond Chef on a tour around the state.”
Friday 5 p.m.
With handmade lathes and traditional hand tools, Brad Fritz will lead participants through various wood-shaping processes from splitting, turning, and shaving rough-cut lumber to assembling finished tools and toys of Lydia’s era.
Friday 4:30-10:30 p.m.
The previous entries are jut two amazing events that live under the umbrella of First Fridays.
Friday – Sunday
Come to heritage port to hear the sweet sounds of roaring engines from past days. Read more about the event here, on Weelunk.com:
Friday – Monday