Celebrate the Earth at the Kanawha Valley Sustainability Fair tomorrow, May 30 at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore at Young Street in Charleston. It’s a full day of family fun with active exhibits, games, live entertainment, speakers, games and food.
Admission is free, but everyone is encouraged to bring in materials for donation or reuse, like tools for Habitat for Humanity Family games, art supplies, books, videos, CDs and musical instruments for Step By Step WV. The event is from 10am till 5pm, and a shuttle is available at the KRT’s Laidley Plaza to the ReStore every 30 minutes.
For active pursuits, you can join the West Virginia Mountain Bike Association for a short track race on Saturday, or the Creek to Peak XC Race on Sunday.
Music and art lovers can head over to Beckley for the Tamarack-Appalachian Music & Arts Festival to be held at the One Tamarack Park. This festival features some of West Virginia’s finest musicians and artists. Alternatively, you can visit the Chuck Mathena Center in Princeton for the The Art of WV Music exhibit and performances.
On Monday, head out to the Appalachian Power Park, for the West Virginia Power versus Lake County game. Game starts at 11:15 a.m.