Towngate Theatre presents “Charlotte’s Web,” adapted by Joseph Robinette, based on the book by E.B. White, and directed by Tim Thompson.
Towngate’s charming production includes all your favorite characters including irresistible pig Wilbur, extraordinary spider Charlotte, Fern, Templeton the rat, and more in a classic story of friendship and loyalty.
We are excited to welcome a very talented musician to the #FBJ corner, Mr. Steven Moore. For those of you who do not know Steven, he is a member of a bluegrass band where he ROCKS the banjo. He will join us during dinner service on the 30th, so be sure to make a reservation — you do not want to miss this performance!
The arts have the power to inspire and to engage. But can they revitalize a historic city?
Susan Hogan and a panel of local experts have much to say on this topic, and will at the next program in the Temple Shalom Social Action Lecture Series, Sunday, Jan. 31, at Temple Shalom.
Hogan, a longtime advocate for the arts in the city, will moderate a panel that includes Robert Villamagna, assistant professor of art and director of the Nutting Gallery at West Liberty University, Erika Donaghy, chair of the Mayor’s Arts and Cultural Commission, and Jake Dougherty, director of Downtown Wheeling.
Together, the panelists will describe how a vibrant arts scene can partner with commerce and historic preservation to create an unprecedented energy in the Friendly City.