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Shepherdstown calendar

August 08, 2005

Editor's note: Information provided by the Shepherdstown Visitors Center. For more information, go to www.shepherdstownvisitorscenter. com.

Tuesday: The second Music in the Cedars concert to benefit the Potomac Valley Audubon Society will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. at Yankauer Nature Preserve near Scrabble in Berkeley County. The free concert will feature Allegheny Uprising. For more information, call 304-676-3397.

Friday: The Friends of the Shepherdstown Library presents "Kiki's Delivery Service," an animated family film about a young witch who supports herself by running an air courier service. The film will be shown behind the Shepherdstown Public Library on King Street beginning at dusk. The popcorn is free, but attendees must bring their own seats.

Sunday: The film "Between the Shenandoah and the Potomac" will be screened at Shepherd University's Reynolds Hall starting at 1 p.m. Viewers are invited to the Entler Hotel following the show for museum tours and a reception.

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Aug. 16: The third Music in the Cedars concert to benefit the Potomac Valley Audubon Society will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. at Yankauer Nature Preserve near Scrabble in Berkeley County. The free concert will feature singer/guitarist Steve Cifala playing blues, classic rock and pop. For more information, call 304-676-3397.

Aug. 23: The fourth Music in the Cedars concert to benefit the Potomac Valley Audubon Society will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. at Yankauer Nature Preserve near Scrabble in Berkeley County. The free concert will feature Daryl Bryarly playing a variety of folk, Civil War, Celtic and other songs on the hammered dulcimer. For more information, call 304-676-3397.

Aug. 24 to 28: Mountain Stage NewSong Festival in Shepherdstown. For more information, go to www.newsongfestival.com on the Web.

Aug. 26: The Friends of the Shepherdstown Library presents the film "Shane," a classic Western from the 1950s about the unsuccessful efforts of a weary gunfighter to settle down. The film will be shown behind the Shepherdstown Public Library on King Street beginning at dusk. The popcorn is free, but attendees must bring their own seats.

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