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SPIRIT of JEFFERSON and ]@J4MER'S ADVOCATE LIFE PAGE B3 Wednesda); JanuaiT 10, 2018 I I dBUlIG CIIILL Try our housemade chili and cornbread! We also have terrific homemade vegetable, chicken noodle and beef barley soups* WARM AND FILLING SERVED WITH BAKERY BREADS -. Clem Z m Zz , WE'RE ALWAYS HAPPY TO ACCOMMODATE SPECIAL ORDERS! Piano concert n Thursday Shepherd University's Sa- lon Series continues this week with a free performance by award-winning pianist Ja- son Solounias. Solounias, a Shepherd alum, will perform Villa-Lobos's "Bachian- as Brasileiras," Schumann's "Symphonic Studies," De- bussy's ,'Im- age Book," Brahms's "Ballades op. 10 No. 1 and No. 2" and other works. Thursday's concert be- Jason gins at 8 p.m. $olounlas in the W.H. Shipley Recital Hall in the Frank Center. Solounias has performed in venues across the United States and Europe, including at the Kennedy Center. For more information about the Salon Series or other mu- sic department events, call 304-876-5555 or go to shep- As we age, memory loss can be concerning. Join Dr. S. Hasib Sana and Dr. Constance W. Beckom for an indepth discussion on the signs and current treatments available for dementia. Hasib Sana MD Assistant Professor Constance Beckom MD Assistant Professor Join James Brown, MD as discusses Aristotle's study of relationship between form and function. he The Pylon Medical History Lecture made possible in part by a grant from the WV Humanities Council. James Brown MD FREE, EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM8 - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Located on the Berkeley Medical Center Campus - Robert C. Byrd Di~ Health Sciences Center Auditorium%~.#!~ ,:%~, xacst vlrglrua~(behind the Dorothy McCormack Building) o~;'g ::, PRESENTED BY RELAY FOR LIFE OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Charles Town Baptist Church Social Hall For more information or to register your chili, contact Heather at Join our fun family event full of information, games, fundraisers, luminaria ceremony, and survivor/ caregiver recognition! TASTE ANDVOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE CHILl for Enter your chill for FREE! Categories include Traditional, Spicy and Unique 2=00 pm Opening Ceremony 2=30 to 4:00 pm - Chili Tasting 4=00 pm - Luminaria Ceremony 4=30 pm - Closing Ceremony and winners announced or 304-283-3305. String quartet concert I Saturday Music lovers can come out to Trinity Episcopal Church in Shepherdstown Saturday for a Friends of Music con- cert featuring the Two Rivers String Quartet. The concert program, "Contrasting Passions," will include two works - Bedfich Smetana's String Quartet No. 1 in E minor and the String Quartet No. 4 in E minor, Op. 44, No. 2. by Felix Men- delssohn. Jed Gaylin, music direc- tor of Friends of Music, says both works show great pas- sion in quite different styles. The Mendelssohn piece is "virtuosic, fleet and intense, with moments, such as the fi- nal chorale, of magnificent serenity" while Smetana's quartet is "earthy" and root- ed in Slavic folk music tradi- tions. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. It's the third Friends of Music concert in the 2017- 2018 season. Tickets cost $20 and may be purchased on the Friends' website at 'The Vivaldi Project' I Jan. 20 The Vivaldi Project, the in- novative Baroque string trio that plays on period instru- ments, comes to Shepherd- stown later this month. The group has been described by The Washington Post as "a storm of electrifying impro- visation," Elizabeth Field, Allison Edberg Nyquist and Stepha- nie Vial, who have won praise for their brilliant and expres- sive playing, will perform at 4:30 p.m. Jan. 20 in the Ship- ley Recital Hall at Shepherd University's Frank Center. No tickets are required, but organizers say Baroque fans should arrive early as seating will be limited. Tax-deduct- ible donations will be accept- ed at the door. 'Rumsey Radio Hour' [ Jan. 20, 21 Discount tickets for this month's trio of performanc- es of "Rumsey Radio Hour" are on sale through Friday at Shepherdstown Public Li- brary or online at The latest version of the fun, old-time radio show - a Friends of Shepherdstown Library fundraiser - will de- but at 2 p.m. Jan. 20. The cast features WDVM-TV's Mark Kraham, Laura First, Clis- sy Funkhouser, Nina Geiger, Don Oehser and other tal- ents. There will be an 8 p.m. per- formance the same night fol- (See OUT Page B7)