We are heading into the Thanksgiving Holiday, and there’s all kinds of grea things going on that you can cram down your entertainment gullet. We’ll kick off with an actual dinner for Veterans, then run down the cool stuff to do in town this Wednesday and Thursday.
KP Duty For Vets
Kanawha Players is thanking our Veterans with a traditional Turkey dinner at their theater on Beauregard street this evening, from 5 PM to 9 PM. Details from their Facebook event page follow…
“Kanawha Players Theater would like to say thank you to our Veterans this Thanksgiving by providing a FREE meal the day before Thanksgiving. Wednesday November 27th from 5 PM to 9 PM (or until we run out of food ) at our building-309 Beauregard St. Charleston, WV 25301.
We have the ability to feed 50 people and would like to invite those that have nowhere to go this Thanksgiving to enjoy the holiday with us. There will be Turkey and all the fixins and dessert. We will also have Christmas cards on hand for those that would like to fill out a few to send the troops who are far away from home this holiday season.
This event is made possible by the hard work and dedication of volunteers at Kanawha Players Theater, generous donations from Longhorn Steakhouse and the wonderful culinary skills of Bad Fairy Productions.”
For more information, or if you want to see if they still have space on the day of? Call (304)343-7529.
You can get out and enjoy some fine music before tomorrow’s food fest all over town. Nobody decided to list voers for these shows, so bring a few bucks just in case.
At 9:30 PM, the Boulevard Tavern presents Rick Perdue and The Coal River Yacht Club:Mike Pushkin, John inghram, Chris Stockwell and Gregg Lowley.
Also at 9:30, Beggar’s Clan will be at Sam’s Uptown Cafe, along with No Pretty Pictures and Pistol Dreams.
At 10 PM, The Company Stores invades The Empty Glass for some pre-holiday specials on folk fusion.
Post-meal tryptophan withdrawal begins at 8 PM as Louis Argento (seen on RFC 193) guest hosts and performs at Third Eye Cabaret, with more music from local singer/songwriter Jody Herndon, Mark Bates, and The Company Stores.
At 10 PM, five bucks gets you in to witness Stanksgiving at The Empty Glass with Yetti Burps, The McGees, and Joey Smooth.
Also at 10 PM the music starts at Sam’s Uptown Cafe, with performances by Rick Perdue, Steve Clever, and Uncle Woody. The doors open at 6 PM and there’s no cover charge until 11:01 PM. If you get there early, it’s free.
PopCult will return with a brief treat on Thanksgiving Day, and our 2013 Popcult Gift Guide on Friday, along with more weekend Stuff To Do.