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PAGE Our weeklv about enrer ainmertr caleHdar Wednesday, August 22, 2012 re/~0 WO/~h0p/There are still a few spots left for Saturday's free, daylong workshop on the unique, American music tradition known as "shape note singing." Four Baltimore-based experts in the genre, which dates to Colonial times, will lead the workshop at the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. "Shout of Sacred Joy: An Introduction to Shape Note Singing" runs from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ano will be limited to the first 30 people who sign up. Get reg- istered or find out more by contacting the park service's Living History Offic- es at 304-535-6063 or sending an email to Rook Wont" Harpers Ferry-based author C.W. Nash will be at Pane- ra in Ranson Thursday to discuss "Hunter," his new novel for young adults. The free event happens from 4 to 8 p.m. at the eatery at 72 Oak Lee Drive. The Baltimore native's book - the first in a series the father of two has planned out - includes a pro- tagonist with a life-threatening dis- ease who must negotiate not only vampire hunting and a secret soci- ety, but how to keep the love of his life. He's been traveling the East Coast ~)romoting the work at book fairs, sci-fi conventions and oth- er events. For details, go online to MICHAEL ALAN GOLDBERG Got M I@" How big is I loore? Video of his over-the-top perfor- blogger liken seeing him play to ' vatching a Rottweiler at the mance of 77 Top's "Sharp-Dressed Man" has been viewed Chihuahua kennel." more than 19 million times on YouTube. (Add to that number And it's a bargain to see the Morgantown-based band at the by searching online for "This drummer is at the wrong gig.") fairgrounds at 1707 Old Leetown Pike in Kearneysville. The Since his rise to fame, Moore has been tapped to play a drum- music is included in admission to the fair - free for those 6 and mer on an episode of NBC's "The Office" and has been pro- younger; $3 for those 6 to 15; $5 for everyone else. For a look filed in Modern Drummer Magazine, named to a website's "12 at all the fun to be had at the fair through its conclusion on Sat- Greatest Drum Solos On The Internet" and had one music urday, go to " ~ n" C metory #t/no. y. The annual Elmwood Cemetery "Testimony of the Rocks" tour starts at 6 p.m. Saturday at the cemetery at 4849 Kear- neysville Pike , in Shepherdstown. Shepherdstown Historian Laureate Jim Price will L@ E Y again lead the tour, with a focus this year on Shepherdstown's 250th an- Harpers Ferry Friendship Co #1 niversary. The tour costs $10, and proceeds will go toward tombstone Week End Totals 8/11/12 3 2 s 2 7 [] restoration in historic cemetery. Organizers suggest those taking the tour Should bring a chair or blanket to sit on, comfortable clothing and walking ,m,va ra 2 2 m= shoes, and protection against gnats. Benchmark Goal @ 2% $912,063.92 2 5 l Remainder unti11% /1% Split $86,622.04 2 4 21 6 5 24 1 Bl/ill j 15 0 14 47 17 9 0 68 N iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii!ii!i!!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiii: ,i iiliiiiiiiiiiii:: iii o o o ; -1 --; ! iiil ' ,~iliiii Don t skip over the Back Bone of America ! . Support your local small businesses. Tammy Sirbaugh State Farm Find US on {304) 725-5433 217 Oak Lee Drive, Suite 2A, Ranson, WV 25438 526 West King Street I Martinsbur~ WV 25401 ~I ,n4 o iztfi ' Z Rdf raqu te[i;;i'ii ""--- ""- on your printing needs! it'?""21 ' 12111 !Niiiiiiiii~i~:iiiiiiii~ii~i~i~i~i~i~i~i~i:~i~i~i~ii~Ni:~iiiiiitit Hours: Men 10-1 9/3/12 i and Wellness & 3-7; Tues 10-1 & 3-7; Wed. closed; Thurs 10-1; Fri 3-7 and every other Sat 2-5 Proudly sponsors the i"::,~iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiii!iii!i~?::"l Duke, an adult male Yorkshire Terrier and Chihuahua mix, is looking for a forever home. He is brown and black in color, neutered, and current on all vaccinations. To visit him or any of the other 75 wonderful dogs and cats waiting for forever homes, please visit the Animal Welfare Society shelter on Old Leetown Pike Road (just west of the county fairgrounds). Our public hours are 11 am to 4 pm Wednesday through Saturday. 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