We have a few suggestions for STUFF TO DO in Charleston, and points all over WV for the next few days, filtered through your PopCulteer’s allergy-medicine haze.

There are cool things like a play about Women’s Sufferage at the Culture Center Friday and Saturday, and Founder’s Day at Spring Hill Cemetary on Sunday. You can follow the links to Facebook event pages for those, and you’ll see graphics below. Both of those events are part of FestivFall Charleston, and plenty of other stuff is going on. You can read about that HERE.

Live Music is back at Taylor Books. There is no cover charge, and shows start at 7:30 PM. Friday it’s Ari Pappalardo. Saturday sees Chet Lowther at Charleston’s beloved Bookstore/coffeehouse/art gallery institution.

Friday, October 14 is Ron Sowell’s Open Mic at 7:30 PM at Unity of Kanawha Valley. Performer sign-ups start at 7 PM. General admission is $5.00 with seniors, kids, and performers $2.00. Below we’ve dug up graphics for a few other cool events. Apparently Bridge Day is happening in Fayetteville this weekend, but that’s about as far outside my wheelhouse as you can get.

If you wanna hear something funny,  tune in to The AIR Wednesday night at 11 PM where we will offer up a new episode of The Comedy Vault, this time featuring an hour of the dry musical wit of Noel Coward.

Please remember that the pandemic is not over yet. Many people who have very good reasons are still wearing masks, and many of us, understandably, are still nervous about being in crowds, masked or not. Be kind and understanding  while you’re out.

If you’re up for going out, here are a few suggestions for the rest of this week, roughly in order.