1937 Short Road
Kearneysville, WV 25430
Phone: (304) 263-8888
Fax: (304) 263-1540
1937 Short Road, Kearneysville, WV, US, 25430
- Phone: (304) 263-8888
- Fax: (304) 263-1540
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
Concerts featuring artists from around the world presented in a non-smoking, family friendy venue.
The Shepherdstown Opera House, one of the nation's oldest movie theatres, first begin showing films in 1909. The Opera House has gone through a renovation and reopened. Once again, the Opera House sparkles with life, using the finest projection and sound systems available to entertain a new generation with the best movies being made today.
The War Memorial Building was acquired by the Shepherdstown Men's Club in the year 1947 and given its present name, to honor the dead of the World War II. The place has been refurbished several times since then and has taken over several roles. Now, the War Memorial Building is used as an eclectic events space to conduct the meetings and events of the club. The place is also rented out for private parties and celebrations. Located at the cross junctions between the German street and King street, the place is easy to spot and reach. If you are in the city, ensure that you pay a visit here, as a mark of respect for the dead and to appreciate the beauty of the monument.
Extremely popular, Charles Town Races & Slots is entertainment at its best. Spread over a huge area, the place is all about real gambling. As the name suggests, Charles Town Races & Slots offers nothing less than 5,000 slots for gambling and has a large casino set up. Racing is another passion that finds expression here, with options for car racing and horse racing. The huge TV screens offer live entertainment along with exquisite dining facilities. Unconditional and unconventional entertainment!
The Charles Town Races & Slots is home to the Hollywood Casino that features variety of options for gaming. Table games, a separate poker room and much more awaits you at the casino. For more details, check website.
This wonderful old building was selected for inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. For over thirty years, this theater group has been delighting area audiences with musicals, dramas, dinner theater productions, and children's programs.
World-class auto and motorcycle racing and training courses. Open most weekends April through October.
Historic Jordan Springs Event and Cultural Centre, has a long history that dates back to the year 1549, when the natural springs on the property were used for therapeutic purposes. Later on the property changed hands several times and was turned into an event and cultural space. The scenic grounds of the Historic Jordan Springs Event and Cultural Center are now used to conduct several functions like marriages, receptions, events, conferences and other community events. If you are in the city, ensure that you visit Historic Jordan Springs Event and Cultural Centre, if not to attend an event, then simply to marvel at the beauty of the center.
Clarke County Ruritan Fairgrounds is one of the most popular event spaces in the city. The place is an open ground that is used to conduct all the major events. The place is also the host of the famed Clarke Country Fair. If you are looking to explore the culture of the city and get a flavor of the local life here, Clarke County Ruritan Fairgrounds is your place to go.
These 20th-century dairy barns of the Rose Hill Park have been converted into a cultural center that serves the region of Shenandoah Valley. The center focuses on entertaining the people of community by hosting various programs like art exhibitions, concerts, film screenings and workshops. On other days, the center also offers its space on rent for organizing private parties and celebrations. Call ahead to learn more about the growth of this cultural center.
Taking place each November before Thanksgiving, this annual event offers a choice of running a one and a half, three, or six mile race on a mile and a half loop of grass and pathways through a park. Awards are given for the man and woman who place first in each race, as well as for categories based on age group. After the races, there is a drawing of names for frozen turkeys to be distributed to the winners.