HomeHappeningsWeelunk Weekender LeeRoy January 7, 2016 What’s your 2016 resolution? Hopefully it includes Doing Something in Wheeling, WV. Wine Tasting – Good Mansion Wines Friday 6pm Rhone Valley Reds Warm up with rich, velvety, luscious, yummy and gorgeous Syrah and Grenache blends from the Rhone Valley of France, ideal for stews and grilled game. Legendary Chateau de Pegau Chateauneuf du Pape, Crozes Hermitage, Vacqueras, Gigondas, Cote de Ventoux, Cotes du Rhone. Served with an assortment of French cheeses and baguettes. New American Groove at DOM Friday 8pm Head “Down on Main Street”, where they say, “Hope to see all of our Groovy friends at this one. NAG will be rockin Wheeling’s #1 spot for live music”. Wheeling Nailers Vs. Orlando Friday and Saturday 7:35 Wesbanco Arena hosts a double header this weekend featuring the Nailers vs. a team from a city that’s ten times Wheeling’s size. Subscribe to Weelunk Heritage Dance: Revolutionary War Era Saturday 4:30-7:30 The Heritage Dance Association, accompanied by live music from The Cabin Fever String Band, will lead three dances from three time periods from Lydia Boggs Shepherd’s lifetime: Revolutionary War Era, Regency Era, and the Civil War Era. During these dances, children and adults can dress in era-specific clothing and learn the dances from the time. They will then get to practice their new skills to live music, and snack on food common to Lydia’s era. Jazz at the Stifel: Curtis Johnson and Yana Tyulkova Saturday 8pm Steelers Game? Nah, that’s too stressful. Chill with Johnson, a 1981 West Liberty University Grad, is a renowned R&B performer and has backed stars like Ray Charles, Little Anthony, Aretha Franklin, The Temptations, Chubby Checker, Chuck Berry, Isaac Hayes, Lou Rawls, The Spinners, Dionne Warwick, Martha Reeves, Cheryl Lynn — and is currently touring with Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window) Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.