Join us as we prepare you to sell to wholesale markets. Sign up for this FREE Grading Party and learn how to grade, package & palletize: butternut, acorn and spaghetti squash with hands-on demos. Snacks provided. Registration required by 9/19. ****Call 276-623-1121 for more info.... Continue
Inspired by the Works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle By R. Hamilton Wright Sherlock Holmes is back on the Barter Theatre stage with a new adventure. It’s Queen Victoria’s 50th year on the British Throne and Annie Oakley is the toast of London with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Extravaganza. Join the chase full of mystery, suspense, deceit and brilliant deductions as Victorian England is smashed together with the Wild West in a case that only Sherlock Holmes can unravel. Download study guide. Director's Notes When Arthur Conan Doyle created Sherlock Holmes, the world was in desperate need of him. The... Continue
Running 27 days from September 28th to November 11th.
*Please Note; This show contains some content that may not be suitable for younger viewers. Patrons are asked to consider potential adult content when purchasing tickets for this production. “A Barter Theatre original world premiere murder mystery thriller.” By Catherine Bush Ian and Liz Crowell purchased several acres of remote woodlands, where they plan to build their dream house. They take best friends, Bruce and Claire Hollingsworth, on a tour followed by celebratory beers around a campfire. Ian reveals the woods are supposedly haunted by a pitchfork-wielding ghost bent on revenge. When a childhood game leads to the discovery of... Continue
Running 25 days from September 29th to November 12th.
* A strobe light is used in this production. Please keep this in mind when purchasing tickets to the play. “Bring the Entire Family” Book, Music and Lyrics by MEREDITH WILLSON Story by MEREDITH WILLSON and FRANKLIN LACEY Never seen before on Barter Theatre’sGilliam Stage, there is truly nothing more American than Meredith Willson’s classic Broadway musical, “The Music Man.” The fast-talking “Professor” Harold Hill convinces the parents of River City, Iowa, to buy band instruments and uniforms for their youngsters to save them from the corrupting influence of the local pool hall. In the process, he falls for the... Continue
Running 26 days from September 29th to November 11th.
Adapted by Catherine Bush with music and lyrics by Dax Dupuy ?From the book by Sara Pennypacker, illustrated by Marla Freeze. Published by Disney-Hyperion. Clementine is having “not so good of a week” — but this spunky eight-year-old doesn’t let her daily visits to the principal’s office get her down! Join America’s favorite curly-haired carrot-top as she navigates the hilarious waters of friendship, family, school and mischief on an epic third-grade adventure you’ll never forget. For more about the Clementine books, visit http://sarapennypacker.com/pennypacker-clementine.htm or a bookstore near you! Cast & Credits Cast; Zo é Velling - Clementine Garrett T. Houston... Continue
Running 30 days from September 29th to November 15th.
Gather for an al fresco 4 course meal which we will create using freshly foraged ingredients and items locally grown highlighting the best early fall has to offer. Your experience includes a farm tour, live music by KT Vandyke and live art by Laura Blankenship. All proceeds benefit ASD. $50/per, BYOB!... Continue
The 8th Annual Chestnut Restoration Celebration will be held on Saturday, October 14, 2017, 1:00-5:00PM at the Glenn C. Price Research Laboratory in Meadowview, Virginia. “The Celebration provides a rare opportunity to see the expansion of resources at the Research Farm where blight resistant trees are being developed in order to restore the American chestnut to our forests” said Stan Tucker, president of SWVA Restoration Branch. Learn about restoration efforts while taking a hayride through the orchard or listening to talks on genomics selection methods. Sample fresh roasted chestnuts and foods made with chestnuts, taste freshly pressed... Continue
Step back in time and enjoy an evening of dining, dance, and a taste of Abingdon's history. Soule's Tavern will be serving sumptuous dining from 1814, Regency dance performances by Lexington Vintage Dance, and stories of life in the early 1800s as told by Rufus Soule, innkeeper. Period attire is not required but are certainly welcome.... Continue
Ever wondered about how fermentation works or wanted to try it but just didn’t know where to start? Virginia Cooperative Extension Service is offering a beginners Fermentation Workshop in Abingdon. Where: Class will be taught by your local Food Safety Extension Agent , Sandy Stoneman, at the Pleasant View United Methodist Church Kitchen. When: Thursday, Oct 26, 2017, 10:00am-2:00pm. Registration is limited and pre-registration is required. To register contact the Wythe County Extension office, 276-223-6040, or email, email@example.com. Be sure to indicate which class time you wish to attend. Cost is $20.00 per attendee (please bring cash or check... Continue
Ever wondered about how fermentation works or wanted to try it but just didn’t know where to start? Virginia Cooperative Extension Service is offering a beginners Fermentation Workshop in Abingdon. Where: Class will be taught by your local Food Safety Extension Agent , Sandy Stoneman, at the Pleasant View United Methodist Church Kitchen. When: Thursday, Oct 26, 2017, 5:00pm-9:00pm. Registration is limited and pre-registration is required. To register contact the Wythe County Extension office, 276-223-6040, or email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to indicate which class time you wish to attend. Cost is $20.00 per attendee (please bring cash or check... Continue