Glass Idols make their Capone's debut with Crowns (Knoxville alternative metal) and Porno Arcade (Wise, VA pop punk) 18 and up $5 Over 21 and $7 Under 21 Doors @ 10pm... Continue
Washington County Public Library is offering computer classes at the main library in Abingdon, Virginia during May. Class size is limited, so registration is required. To register call 276-676-6391 or sign up at the library. All classes are free and open to the public. “Library Computers for Beginners” class is offered Wednesday, May 31 at 2 p.m. at the main library. This class provides step-by-step instruction for beginners. “Smartphone Q&A” is held Saturday, May 20 at 2 p.m. Bring your smartphone, your questions and any tips you’ve picked up for this open discussion. “Windows 10” is taught Tuesday, May 23 at 6... Continue
The Free Gift Gospel Mission is needing to raise money for the building of a fellowship hall to the be used for the glory of God. Singers scheduled to appear: The Heavenly Reflections, Linda Goins and Friends, and Nathan Salyers. Come worship with us! An offering will be received for the building fund.... Continue
Everyone who selects "going" & tags a friend on the event page will be able to shop the sale at 10:00 Bring Your Own Bag and fill it for $10 This sale will feature summer clothing nb-14/16 & maternity, shoes, toys and other items... Continue
The Community Center of Abingdon will host evening contra dances throughout the summer. A live caller and band will be on hand for added fun. All ages and levels are welcome. Dances will be held from 7-10pm on Saturday May 13, June 10 and 24, July 8, August 12 and 26. A free beginners lesson will take place at 6:30 on respective dates. Tickets $7, $5 for students and $20 for families of all sizes. Snacks will be available for purchase. Come as you are; wear soft flexible shoes for dancing. Come to dance or just to listen and... Continue
These shades are too cool for school! Join us as we celebrate summer sunsets and dreamy palm trees.
Dragonflies are fun and challenging to observe. They are also excellent indicators of the health of our natural places. Come spend a day learning to study dragonflies “at home” in their habitats, and also how best to record your observations with photographs.... Continue
A dual reception for two exhibtions: Revisting WWI: One Hundred Year Later & Summer Craft 2017. In commemoration of the centennial anniversary of the United States entering the First World War (1914-1918) on April 6, 1917, the Reece Museum, in partnership with the Museum at Mountain Home on the VA campus, features artifacts from this historic and also devastating conflict. Curated by John Griggs, a Reece Museum student worker who graduated in May of this year, this exhibition delves into the conflict focusing on local residents who supported the allied effort. Revisiting World War I: One Hundred Years Later will continue... Continue