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February 3, 2012

COMMUNITY NEWS – February 3

Mr. Bill's Wine Cellar's Free Valentines Ideas and Tasting with Baylees Chocolates! February 3, 4 p.m. Mr. Bill's Wine Cellar is hosting a Free Tasting with Valentines Ideas! Our wines will be paired with free samples of chocolates provided by Baylees Best Chocolates!

Beginning Crochet, Feb 3, 6 p.m. We're having Beginning crochet classes! You'll make a dishcloth!! Great way to get started! Call 540-400-6266 or stop by for more information!

Best in Show Exhibit Reception, Feb 3, 6:30 p.m. Taubman Museum of Art. More than 200 artists submit their works to make Best In Show one of the most anticipated events in Roanoke - and a major fundraiser for the RVSPCA. NEW this year...artwork sold during the Reception may be picked up that evening after 8 p.m. Sale of unsold work, featured on the RVSPCA website and on Facebook, will continue through the end of February.

Tons of Fun, Feb 4, 10 a.m. Roanoke County Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism, along with support from Roanoke County’s department of economic development and a wide variety of Roanoke Valley organizations, present “Tons of Fun” at Tanglewood Mall. This family fun day of activities include clowns, puppet shows, music, magicians, games, craft activities, caricatures, carnival rides, exhibits, entertainment and much more spread throughout the Mall. Tons of Fun is designed for children 12 years old and younger, with a family atmosphere.

Delta Rae at Kirk Avenue Music Hall, Feb 4, 8 p.m. Delta Rae brings together four voices to harmonize over music that incorporates all aspects of Americana – gospel, country, rock, bluegrass, and blues. Siblings Ian, Eric, and Brittany Holljes, along with their longtime friend, Elizabeth Hopkins, sing with grit and soul older than their early twenty years would suggest. Harkening back to bands like Fleetwood Mac, the Mamas and the Papas, and Peter, Paul, and Mary, Delta Rae brings its own fresh sound and distinctive songwriting to a genre pioneered by such legends.

Big Lick Conspiracy, Feb 4, 9 p.m. First Saturday of each month on Waldron Stage, 9 p.m. $5 to attend. Located at Mill Mountain Theater at One Market Square, Roanoke

Sunday Music, Feb 5, 1 p.m. Every Sunday, enjoy musical performances in the Atrium while enjoying a meal at Norah's Café inside Taubman Museum of Art. The Stacy Hobbs, master harp guitarist, will be performing regional music.

Super Bowl Night, Feb 5, 6-10 p.m. Don't miss out on the fun at the Green Ridge Recreation Center; bring your family for a night of fun watching the Super Bowl on a big screen TV. Enjoy refreshments, Pizza and lots more! $10

Cave Spring Middle School Fundraiser. Eat at Bellacino’s on Tuesday, February 7th and CSMS PTA will receive 10%! Eat in or carry out.

First Fridays, Feb 10, 6 p.m. Superhold with Virginia Western’s own David McDonald, Roanoke City Market Building.

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