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PAGE C4 Wednesday, October 31, 2018 LIFE SPIRIT of JEFFERSON and I {MER'S ADVOCATE S&K THE PLAIN DEALER Famed celllet Ran6 Schiffer of the Apollo's Fire Baroque Orchestra In Cleveland re- turns to Charles Town for a performance this weekend st historic Happy Retreat, OFFER ENDS 11/21/18 CARPET VINYL HARDWOOD LAMINATE LUXURY VINYL TILE & MORE Jazz I Thursday Thursday brings a night of jazz at Shepherd University's Frank Center Theater with the school's Jazz En- semble and special guest artist, vi- braphonist Jon Metzger. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 with discounts for Shepherd facul- ty, staff and alumni, seniors and stu- dents 18 and younger. Shepherd stu- dents with a Rambler ID get in free. For details, call 304-876-5555 or go to shepherd.edu/music. Boat/RV/Cllmate Control We'll beat any Charles Town or Ranson storage facility by $5/mol 165 Philip Avenue Chades Town, WV 304-724-7867 www.RockwellMiniStorage.com Cp oud 9 t, c'We t q)agt to Celloist I Sunday The Charles Washington Chamb r" Music Society will welcome Reg Schiffer, the founding principal cellist of Apollo's Fire Baroque Orches back to Happy Retreat for an intimate performance of Bach this weekend.; The concert begins at 2 p.m. at historic Happy Retreat, the hort! of Charles Town's founder Charles Washington. For details or to buy tick- ets, find the Friends of Happy Retreat page on Facebook. Studio Tour I Nov. 10 and 1 1 The Over the Mountain Studio Tour, a free, self-guid- ed tour in its 29th year, hap- pens from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m, next weekend at nine dio spaces across JeffersOn County. The event offers the chance to connect direc with artisans. Learn more ; tl studiotourwv.org. Free film I Nov. The Shepherdstown Society's fall season wraps up Nov. 16 with a free show- ing of the award-winning in- dependent movie, "The Stir2 tion Agent." The film begins at 7 p.m. at Reynolds Hall at 109 N. King St. on the cam- pus of Shepherd Universi- ty. To know more, go online to shepherdstownfilmsoci- ety.org or contact Shepherd- stown Film Society leader Lisa Welch (304-876-1837 or lmwelch@ frontiernet.net). Classical concert I Nov. 1 7 =: The Friends of Music's sea- son continues Nov. 17 witl 'a performance by the Two ers Chamber Orchestra Trinity Episcopal Church Shepherdstown. For more information, email info@friendswv.org or call 304-876-5765 or vis- it friendswv.org. -:7: i 4 4